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ECC6.0 1st time Installation on WINDOWS.. HELP PLZ!!!

HI Experts,

I am about to do installation of ecc6.0 on windows 1st time. so I have need help from you guys so I can get it done!! I have downloaded all the cd's..

1. What environment variables do I need and how to setup enironment variables?

2. How would I launch master cd for the installation?

3. Export cd's, there are 8 cd's, one of them exe, else are different. How would I make it working.I know in linux how to make it working not in windows.

4. What directories Do I need to create?

It will very helpful if any of the experts can reply my questions.

I really appreciate your help!

Thanks,

I will reward points for sure!

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    Nov 20, 2007 at 10:28 PM

    but how do I setup environment variables?

    Thannks,

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      hi,

      Right click on my computer and then go to properties go to -advanced -Environment variable-then click on new and put like this

      variable nam :- JAVA_HOME

      variable value:- installation path of java (jdk)

      Ex: JAVA_HOME

      c:\j2sdk1.4.2_11

      2.And then you have to click on system variable and choose the path click edit and click on end put ; and paste the installation path of java

      Ex : ;c:\j2sdk1.4.2_11\jre\lib\security

      regards

      ajai

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    Nov 20, 2007 at 09:14 PM

    Check this guide

    https://websmp202.sap-ag.de/~sapidb/011000358700006449452006E

    explains installation in detail.

    regards

    tamilboy

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    Nov 20, 2007 at 09:55 PM

    Thanks for your reply. But I cant figure out. Can you please tell me manually?

    THanks,

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      <b>Preparation</b>

      1. You check the hardware and software requirements [page 43].

      2. You check the Windows file system [page 54].

      3. You check the Windows domain structure [page 54].

      4. If required, you reduce the size of the file cache [page 55].

      5. If required, you grant user rights for the installation [page 56].

      6. If required, you perform a domain installation without being a domain administrator [page 57].

      7. If required, you prepare the SAP system transport host [page 59].

      8. You install the SAP front-end software [page 60].

      9. You generate the SAP Solution Manager Key [page 61].

      10. You install the Java Development Kit [page 61].

      11. You prepare the installation DVDs [page 62].

      12. If required, you download the installation DVDs from SAP Service Marketplace [page 64].

      <b>Installation</b>

      1. You install the MS SQL Server database software [page 67].

      2. If required, you prepare your system for a Java Add-In installation [page 78].

      3. You install the SAP system using SAPinst [page 79].

      4. If required, you install the Application Sharing Server as a standalone unit [page 95].

      <b>Post Install Steps</b>

      1. You start and stop the SAP system [page 98].

      2. You log on to the SAP system [page 100].

      3. You install the SAP license [page 104].

      4. You install the SAP Online Documentation [page 104].

      5. You configure the remote connection to SAP support [page 105].

      6. You perform initial ABAP configuration [page 105].

      7. You apply the latest kernel and Support Packages [page 107].

      8. You perform the client copy [page 108]

      9. You perform a full installation backup [page 109].

      10.You configure Single Sign-On with Microsoft Lan Manager SSP [page 110].

      11.You configure Single Sign-On with Microsoft Kerberos SSP [page 115].

      12.You perform post-installation steps for Adobe Document Services [page 120].

      13.You ensure user security [page 124].

      14.You check the Java documentation [page 130] for information that is relevant for running your Java system.

      I hope this helps. Check guide for detailed steps.

      tamilboy