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ESS/MSS in ECC 6.0 are Abap or Java WebDynpro ?

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We are on ECC5.0 and have ESS/MSS on Java WebDynpro . For ECC6.0 are ESS/MSS in ECC 6.0 are Abap or Java WebDynpro compoment ?

Any watch out when updrading from ECC5.0 to ECC6.0 ?

Thank you .

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 02:47 PM

    in ECC 6.0, ESS/MSS are WebDynpro Java calling ABAP backend function modules. However, be careful, there is a switch that enables SOME ESS services as ABAP WebDynpro (Especially in the Travel management area). Unless you use that switch all services are WebDynpro Java.

    when upgrading from ECC5.0 to ECC 6.0 you need to test again all ESS/MSS services. In ECC5.0, services are written as Portal iViews, so customizations you made to ESS in ECC5.0 may be lost.

    let me know if you still have questions.

    Tiberiu

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  • Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 04:51 PM

    Till now Travel and Expense has been shifted to ABAP WD among others You can check help.sap.com for MSS and ESS iviews, On top you ll find in which technology there are released in.

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2008 at 08:02 AM

    If your backend is ECC 6.0 Eph2/Eph3 Travel module will be on Webdynpro ABAP and rest will be Java only

    Regards

    Vijay

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