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What are OSS notes exactly? New to upgrade project so need to learn about it.

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    Posted on Jan 18, 2008 at 11:03 AM

    Hi Divya,

    OSS is an online SAP service portal which will have all

    kinds of updates about SAP patches and latest note

    information.

    Its a knowledge base of SAP for all the SAP users. It contains all the required information needed for all the activities in SAP and also the fixes for error you get in SAP.

    OSS notes mentioned in the upgrade guide is nothing but the information guides to be followed when you have any errors or any sort of information related to upgrade.

    Please follow the following link to access the notes.

    http://service.sap.com/notes.

    Your SAP team will have a login id called as S-user id which starts with S000.... and enter the relevent password to login to service.sap.com/notes

    Please go through all the SAP notes mentioned in guide for getting better understanding of upgrade.

    Please get back in case if you need more information.

    Regards,

    Imran

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    Posted on Jan 18, 2008 at 11:04 AM

    OSS notes or SAP Notes are short notes on procedures or solutions to answer customer questions relating to the operation of SAP software.

    Alongside the classic search function for SAP Notes, SAP has developed three other service functions so that you can display exclusively the SAP Notes that are of interest to you. Alternatively you can choose to have SAP send you this information proactively.

    For more information refer to the following link -

    https://websmp107.sap-ag.de/notes (S-user required).

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