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PCUI_GP.sca file -compatible SP level for ESS and MSS

Hi all

we were in the process of deploying ESS, initially a std implementation and I need a clarification on this.The ECC system is of the version ERP 6.0 Sp 24 with no EHPs currently. The NW stack is EP7.0 sp 15.

1) According to the compatibility matrix at https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/wiki?path=/display/profile/marcio+leoni, we downloaded BPERP5ESSSp11 and ESS6.0sp11 sca files and deployed thru the JSPM .we were looking to deploy PCUI_GP sp11.

2) There is an MSS implementation already on the portal connected to a diff backend system . they have deployed MSS Sp14 version, hence already deployed PCUI_GP SP14. There hasnt been any MSS customization yet using NWDI .

3) Well, I checked the SAP Notes which say that for compatibility for ESS/MSS customization I follow the matrix attached here. Since PCUI_GP sp 14 is already deployed n running ,I cannot deploy sp11 file again for ESS.hence am not sure how I can proceed now. The general requirement for ESS/MSS is all these 3 sca files be maintained at same SP levels.

Well, I could think of 2 ways, not sure which way to go..

1)Can we go ahead with JCO s and systems and c if this works with ess sp11 and pcui_gp sp14 as its going to b a std impl only.?

2) Patch up ESS also to SP14?

Would like to know ur inputs on this.

Best Regards

Uma

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    Posted on Feb 04, 2009 at 09:29 PM

    As NW portal stack is SP 15. Try all the component pcui , JEE,BUILD and JTECH version 15.

    Koti Reddy

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    Posted on Mar 19, 2009 at 04:16 PM

    the latest patch sp 14 worked .

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