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SP Stack 14 on Netweaver PI 7.0-PI_BASIS 2006_1_2007 SAPKIPYM01-SAPKIPYM04

Hello,

On a SAP NetWeaver 2004s PI 7.0 (AS JAVA + AS ABAP + PI 7.0), I am moving from the SP Stack 9 to SP Stack 14.

The PI_BASIS 2006_1_700 (SAPKIPYM01, SAPKIPYM02, SAPKIPYM03 and SAPKIPYM04 {no notes are attached with these SPs}) is suggested to be installed as part of the AS ABAP SPs.

1) The first question is if this really required for the PI system I got.

2) If it is required, then when I tried to import via SPAM, the error "OCS package SAPKIPYM01 does not match the current software component vector - Message no. TN543", how can I overcome this msg and move on with the queue definition.

As a reference, I am including the partial view of the SPSTab.xml with the suggested PI_BASIS component below.

Thanks in advance for any help provided.

Regards,

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- <software-component>

<caption>PI_BASIS 2006_1_700</caption>

<ppms-number>01200314690200004997</ppms-number>

<runtime-type>ABAP</runtime-type>

<name>PI_BASIS</name>

<version>2006_1_700</version>

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- <support-package>

<caption>PI_BASIS 2006_1_700: patch 0001</caption>

<name>SAPKIPYM01</name>

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<ppms-number>01200615321100032239</ppms-number>

<sp-level>0001</sp-level>

<patch-level>0</patch-level>

- <archives>

<archive-name>KIPYM01.CAR</archive-name>

</archives>

</support-package>

- <support-package>

<caption>PI_BASIS 2006_1_700: patch 0002</caption>

<name>SAPKIPYM02</name>

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<ppms-number>01200615321100033281</ppms-number>

<sp-level>0002</sp-level>

<patch-level>0</patch-level>

- <archives>

<archive-name>KIPYM02.CAR</archive-name>

</archives>

</support-package>

- <support-package>

<caption>PI_BASIS 2006_1_700: patch 0003</caption>

<name>SAPKIPYM03</name>

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<ppms-number>01200615321100033544</ppms-number>

<sp-level>0003</sp-level>

<patch-level>0</patch-level>

- <archives>

<archive-name>KIPYM03.CAR</archive-name>

</archives>

</support-package>

- <support-package>

<caption>PI_BASIS 2006_1_700: patch 0004</caption>

<name>SAPKIPYM04</name>

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<ppms-number>01200314691100024317</ppms-number>

<sp-level>0004</sp-level>

<patch-level>0</patch-level>

- <archives>

<archive-name>KIPYM04.SAR</archive-name>

</archives>

</support-package>

</software-component>

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    Mar 18, 2008 at 12:43 AM

    What is your current PI_BASIS version?? More than likely it is 2005_1....

    You will need to download the 2006 delta upgrade package (under installations) and install it with transaction SAINT. Only then will you be able to apply the support packages for it.

    Dave.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi!

      It seems like you have not downloaded the needed sapcar archieve

      KINBC9A.SAR (for PI_BASIS 2006_1_700) which is first needed to upgrade/install to PI_basis KINBC9A.SAR (for PI_BASIS 2006_1_700).

      Download the required CD from SAP Service Marketplace to a temporary directory. the Material number for PI_BASIS 2006_1_700: 51032426.

      You can get all the details on PI_BASIS 2006_1_700 on note 1007796

      Thank you.

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    Former Member
    Mar 15, 2008 at 11:45 AM

    Hi Hudo

    Check Note 1089857 - OCS: Incorr evaluation of software component prerequisites.

    Let me know if its still not solved the issue

    Regards

    Shaji

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    • Former Member

      The Note 1089857 is intended for SPAM/SAINT Version 700/0024, in my case as part of the SP stack 14, I imported the SPAM/SAINT Version 700/0026 since the begining, and with this version I got the same sympton described by the note.

      However, knowing that I am using the 26 version, I implemented the note and try it, it did not work.

      I'll revert back the note and I guess I'll follow up with the SAP team who generated this note.

      Regards.