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sapinst and BI 7.0

Hello all,

Just a few questions below ...

1> What is ERP 6.0 EhP3?

2> I also found this particular thread :

which was very helpful ...

Given that BI is automatically incorporated in 2004s (i.e. Netweaver 2004s = BI 7.0), how can one determine if the instance is to be used as a OLTP instance vs. one that is to be reserved for data warehousing altogether.

3>: Below, I came across some text from the following thread:


Yes. It is part of NW2004s. So when you install NW2004s you can select the BI Component. Make sure you select both the BI ABAP and Java stack. Also remember to install the BI content after this. The BI 7.0 has a separate frontend so install that too. Make sure all the frontend and backend are on the same patch level.

Would it be OK idea to just choose AS ABAP (during sapinst) to get the BI 7.0 and then apply BI_CONT to it? This would be one box.

The idea was to place BI_JAVA on a different box that needed other EP, EP Core items (like DI for example).


Edited by: Casey Harris on Dec 22, 2008 6:25 AM

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 05:36 AM

    Dear Casey Harris you have 27 unresolved question, and all your resolved are like with 2 point ....

    Try to read rules :

    About your question


    What is ERP 6.0 EhP3?


    Given that BI is automatically incorporated in 2004s (i.e. Netweaver 2004s = BI 7.0)


    it's not truth if you install 2004s yes you can see the BW (BI 7.0) component by default but you need after

    add the BI_CONT (try to read "Master Guide" for Netweaver).


    When looking at the installation from sapinst, I saw the following choices:

    you are looking on installation ERP not NW components ...

    How you navigate in SAPINST ? Regards.

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