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Multiple instance install of NW 7.0 and ECC 6.0

I have a box that is running NW 7.0. I'd like to install an instance of ECC 6.0(IDES) on the same server. Can I do this and still make the NW 7.0 completely separate from ECC 6.0? Would they use different databases? Ideally, I don't won't to affect my NW 7.0 installation by installing ECC. I know there may be a performance hit but the box can handle it. Any tips on how to do the additional install. Is the installer going to ask me any questions about joining an existing NW instance?

Thank you,

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    Posted on Nov 01, 2008 at 07:50 AM

    Hi tony,

    Answer is Yes you can do it as you want with any RDBMS software .The thing you keep in mind you dont need to install database software again if you want to use same software like if you are already using oracle and stil want to use it simply start sapinst to install ECC,and it also does not effect you existing system as ECC will create new database.

    So you can do it without affecting existing system but keep in mind Performance .:)

    Regards,

    Gagan Deep kaushal

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    Posted on Oct 30, 2008 at 01:38 AM

    hi tony,

    i think you can do that as long as you keep different SID and system number between two of them.

    ardhian

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    http://ardhian.kioslinux.com

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