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How can i check that a given SAP system is upgraded or it is a fresh new im

Hi all,

How can i check that a given SAP system is upgraded or it is a fresh new implemented system?

Regrads..

Sunny Pahuja

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    Posted on Nov 28, 2007 at 05:03 PM

    Hi,

    For an R/3 system, use transaction SE16 on table UVERS_HIST.

    You will find there the needed information.

    My R/3 system was

    30E in may 1997

    31H in december 1997

    45B in january 2000

    470 in april 2004

    Reading that I feel older and older.... 😉

    Hope this helps,

    Olivier

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 06:32 AM

    Hi Olive,

    When i type this table in SE16 then a screen comes and when on next page i executed it, then it shows "NO table entries found for specified key".

    I have upgraded my system 4.7D to ECC 6.0.

    Regards

    Sunny Pahuja

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      Hi Sunny,

      As I told you this table holds the upgrade information in an R/3 system.

      I don't know if it's still updated on ECC.

      Usually when the table is empty it means that there has been no upgrade on the system.

      Regards,

      Olivier

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 08:57 AM

    Hi Olivier,

    This table does hold in case of ECC 6.0.

    For ECC systems you can go to transaction SE11. Then there you use table UVERS which contain information related to system upgrade.

    Regards

    Sunny Pahuja

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