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Content Server Supported Platforms

Hello,

Is content server supported on Either MaxDB 7.5 or SAPDB 7.3 and Suse SLES 9 or 10 on zSeries 64bit?

I've looked in service.sap.com/pam, but I'm still confused. When I download the pam sheet from /pam, I can see

different results !!!.

From pam sheet, SAP Content server 6.4 is supported

on Either MaxDB 7.5 or SAPDB 7.3 and Suse SLES 9 on

zSeries 64bit ! But I could not find this combination

when I go with service.sap.com/pam => SAP Technology

Components =>SAP CONTENT SERVER !

Which one is correct ?

Appreciate any help in this regards ...

Rgds,

Sheikh Saggaf

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    Posted on Mar 19, 2008 at 08:42 AM

    Hi there,

    if I go to service.sap.com -> SAP Technology Components -> SAP CONTENT SERVER -> SAP CONTENT SERVER 6.40, I then have the following available for MaxDB:

    LINUX SUSE SLES9/ZSERIES...

    Which points to:

    MAXDB 7.5 64-BIT LINUX SUSE SLES9/ZSERIES 64BIT 21.03.2007 Released 21.03.2007 Released

    I indeed don't see a version of SAP DB (7.3) there for those exact platform/cpu specs.

    Regards,

    Roland

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      You are right Roland.

      What made me confused that when I looked for supported platform for Maxdb 7.6, I could not find for zSeries. Probably it is not supported for Maxdb 7.6 but not for 7.5 !

      Any how, thanks a lot for the help

      Rgds,

      Sheikh

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