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Information on compatibility Netweaver and ESS

Hi everybody,

can somebody tell me where to find information about which version of Netweaver is compatible with which version of ESS?

We are running Netweaver 7.0 SPS 14 and R/3 4.7 and I just can't find the documentation I am looking for.

Thanks and best regards

Nicole

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2009 at 02:35 PM

    Hi

    By Netweaver I assume you mean the Enterprise Portal and J2EE platform

    Business Packages can be installed on virtually any EP version

    however ESS business packages rely on morel software components

    than just the J2EE version, however here are the J2EE specific restrictions -->

    Business Package 60.X ERP2004 requires XSS 100 - which has to be installed on J2EE 640

    Business Package 1.0 requires XSS 600 - which is generally recomended on J2EE 700

    Business Package 1.3 and XSS 603 can all run off J2EE 700

    Business Package 1.4 can run on J2EE 701

    In your case you have R/3 47 the corresponding version is ESS

    is BP ESS 4.6C-4.7 50.4 - if you go to /swdc however it states this is no longer in maintenance

    It may be technically possible to run BP ESS 4.6C-4.7 50.4 from EP7 with ITS 620 and 47 back-end

    but I am not sure this is supported combination or indeed it seems some of the components are now currently out of mainstream maintainence.

    My advice is to operate the corresponding environment for Netweaver 700 SPS14 - which is ECC 600, BP 1.0, XSS 600

    Best wishes

    Stuart

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