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File Structure of WAS 2004s 6.0 in windows NT


i am new to sap NetWeaver ,can any one tell me what is the file structure of WAS 2004s 6.0 in windows NT



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  • Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 02:25 PM

    Hi Vijay,

    welcome to SDN forum!

    Concerning your question, I guess the [forum NetWeaver AS, general|SAP NetWeaver Application Server; will be a better place to find someone experienced for these technical questions.

    What exactly do you need to know? There is a folder structure like /usr/sap/ with different folders, e.g. one named like the System-ID of the installed SAP System: /usr/sap/<SID>.

    > WAS 2004s 6.0

    Well, we have SAP NetWeaver 2004s that is now called SAP NetWeaver 7.0, and part of that is the Application Server ABAP (AS ABAP) with codeline 7.0. (The "6.0" is probably referring to the SAP Application SAP ECC 6.0).

    Regards, Boris

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      Hi Boris,

      Thank u for u r quick response,

      yes i mean to say that of SAP ECC 6.0

      is SAP ECC 6.0 and 7.0 r same ?


      i want to know the total file structure of SAP ECC 6.0,

      bcz i am very new to the project , i know the file structure of SAP R/3,but there is a difference in the file structure R/3 and ECC 6.0 , so i am little bit confused when we r doing the OS level work like , when we do Transports ,check some logs from os level etc,

      so can u help me where can i get the total file stucture and the information that , what does the foulders contain

      can u plz help me out

      Thanks & Regards


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