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SAP 46C - SQL2000 on Windows 2000 going to SQL2000 on Window 2003 Server?

Dear Specialists,

Could you tell me if our intention is OK.

We want to change our machines and to change our SO to MSWindows 2003 Server and we want to maintain our DB (MSQL2000) ?

Is it possible? There are any restriction in this scenario?

Thanks in advance,

IT - Support ML

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    Posted on Dec 14, 2007 at 06:42 PM

    No problem, you can have R/3 4.6C with SQL Server 2000 on Windows 2003 if your SAP kernel is already 4.6D.

    Please see note 156558 for more details.

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    • Former Member

      Hello Support,

      Could you send me the address where I can find the kernel 4.6D software to download and documentation?

      I´ve tryed to create a new project to calculate the new sizing in the quicksizing in the SAPMarketPlace without success.

      Could you tell me if I must to install the SAP unicode addictional software before this new instalation?

      Thank you in advance,

      MLRF - Support.

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2007 at 02:50 PM

    You can change your machine to MSwindows 2003 with MSSQL 2000.But u have to install SP4 and bin_collassion 2

    for MSSQL 2000.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hello Gurus,

      We will change only the Hardware 32 bits, we will maintain the softwares (MS SQL Server 8.00 2040 and our SAP R/3 46C SP 48) to other HW 64 bits.

      Our Question:

      Could you explain if we must/need install anything (software) before this HW upgrade for our DB or OS?

      Could you help us or send to us notes from SAP about this scenario?

      Thanks in advance,

      MLRF.

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