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SMP OCS-schedules: meaning of the two numbers in column #

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what is the meaning of the two numbers in the column # in the ocs-schedules table

e.g. for ECC6.0 there are two numbers: 13 14

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ECC 6.00 13

IS-H 6.00 14

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Best regards

Laszlo

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  • Posted on Jul 22, 2008 at 05:39 PM

    The meaning of

    ECC 6.00 13

    IS-H 6.00 14

    is: the ECC 60 SP stack 13 contains the IS-H component, wich will be delivered with SP14,

    not with SP13.

    The other example is:

    Netweaver 2004s

    BASIS, ABA 7.00 13

    BW 7.00 15

    In this case the BASIS, ABA SPs will be delivered with SP13 and the BW with SP15.

    Kind regards

    Laszlo

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