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ABAP + Java Support Pack installation

When updating support packs in an ABAP+Java environment (ECC 6.0), is there any reason why one could not do the Java Support Packs first, followed by the ABAP support packs? We are trying to update our support packs as efficiently as possible, and would like to update our java support packs first, followed by the ABAP stack a few days later.

In regards,

Michael

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 11:27 AM

    Hi!

    There can probably not be a general answer to that question. There are some functionality where ABAP and JAVA are closely linked and where you'll most likely run into problems if the levels do not match.

    Technically there is no problem as applying the SP-Stack for Java and applying SPs for ABAP are independent (technical) tasks, but you will have to VERY carefully check the dependencies and carefully test this in a QA-environment.

    If you want my advice: Try to find a 'big shot' solution where you do all in one move.

    Regards,

    Jörg

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