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Can a functional guy check if a certain NOTE had been implemented

I am a functional guy and want to check if a particualr SAP NOTE had been applied to the system or not. Is there a way this can be done or only BASIS guys has access to this ?

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2008 at 01:59 AM

    Hi,

    The Note Assistant (transaction SNOTE) helps you to search the status, details like;

    You can use the Note Browser to find any SAP Note that is available in the system.

    Choose Check Note to check the implementation status.

    Regards

    CSM Reddy

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  • Posted on Sep 20, 2008 at 06:37 AM

    Hi,

    Dont refer the valid from & valid to.

    Check the support pack details :

    Correction delivered in Support Package

    Support

    Packages Release Package

    Name

    SAP_APPL 46B SAPKH46B59

    SAP_APPL 46C SAPKH46C51

    SAP_APPL 470 SAPKH47025

    SAP_APPL 500 SAPKH50008

    SAP_APPL 600 SAPKH60014 " This one for ECC 6.0

    SAP_APPL 602 SAPKH60204

    SAP_APPL 603 SAPKH60303

    Please let me know your note no. so that we can provide more details.

    Best regards,

    Prashant

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      Make sure you are looking for right software component in SAP as mentioned in note correction .

      Like

      SAP_ABA

      SAP_BASIS

      PI_BASIS

      ST-PI

      SAP_BW

      EA-IPPE

      SCM

      SCM_BASIS

      if support pack is low in SAP but still tcode snote says it is already implemented .

      Go to menu >environment >Modification browser and execute. or execute Tcode : se95 and select check box correction in SAP notes.

      will show all notes that already been implemented in SAP externally.

      Hope it will help you further.

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2008 at 05:56 PM

    you can use tcode snote in your dev system and in menu ->go to->sap note browser and key in the note .

    Will tell you details of note weather you already have it or you can implement it .

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  • Posted on Sep 20, 2008 at 04:33 AM

    HI,

    Open the note using www.service.sap.com.

    The note mentions the Highest support pack for each version of SAP.

    Lets say its ECC 6.0 SAPKH60012 - SAP_APPL

    Your system is on ECC 6.0 SAPKH60014 - SAP_APPL.

    This can be check using SYSTEM = >STATUS => Component information(ICON).

    If the note support pack is less than your system support pack then the note would be already implemented.

    Best regards,

    Prashant

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2008 at 05:36 AM

    Thanks for the response folks

    SAP Note says that SAPNY40013 is the support package for my relevant SCM 5. 0 version.

    I checked my current system using SYSTEM = >STATUS => Component information(ICON) for SCM 5. 0 version and it shows as SAPNY40008

    As my system support pack is less than note support pack I am believing that the notes hasnt been implemented !!

    But again when I check the notes status through snote, Implementation status is shown as Completely Implemented"

    Below the validity section , it shows SCM 500 Validaty range - "To SAPNY400011". what does tis validity section mean ?

    I am totally confused. Would appreciate if some body could help me in ths regard

    Thanks

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  • Posted on Sep 20, 2008 at 08:23 AM

    Hi,

    Well if both the approaches show different result, then its better to check the objects in SAP for the implemented correction.

    That should help to finally arrive at a conclusion.

    Best regards,

    Prashant

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