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SQL server 2005 SP3 can run SAP B1 2005A SP01 PL51

Hi All,

I could successfully install SAP B1 2005A SP01 PL51 in the SQL server 2005 SP3.

In this link:

http://service.sap.com/smb/sbo/platforms

you won't find it such info.

Why I upgrade, it is caused by the printing error issue using citrix.

Anyone of you that have problem after run the B1 on that SQL, pls share.

Someone who need webex file that shows the install process can request it to me. Let me know.

Rgds,

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    Posted on Jan 13, 2009 at 06:03 AM

    Hi Jimmy,

    The link :

    http://service.sap.com/smb/sbo/platforms

    Shows the platforms which have been internally test and verified by SAP.

    The Issue your are talking about might not have anything to do with B1. It might be a citrix issue. Please let us know if you are able to print through Ctirix and which version of citrix are you using?

    Regards

    Arshdeep Singh Makker

    SAP Business One Forum's Team

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    • Hi Arshdeep,

      Thx for your reply. I just wonder why SAP did not inform the availability SP3 from Microsoft and the explanation about the inapplicable of SP3 for SAP B1 in the B1 platform link.

      I have tested without using any steps and any other procedures. Practice is a good lesson to learn for me. Nevertheless, one concern from modern customers are the compatibility or adaptibility of SAP B1 to Microsoft product especially SQL since it is one of database platform.

      Old-fashioned customer will disregard that because they will think as long as my SAP B1 and SQL server still run well, I don't care..

      Rgds,

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