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ESS in EP6 to be upgraded to ESS in EP7

Hi,

We have requirement for upgrading ESS in EP 6 to ESS in EP7

The existing landscape is EP 6 is integrated to ECC5.0

And the new landscape could be EP 7.0 integrated to ECC 6.0

I have couple of questions here

1) What is the procedure for doing this?

2) The Business packages which are deployed in EP 6.0 (which is compatible with ECC 5.0) can be used in EP 7.0 (which must be compatible with ECC 6.0) or we need to deploy new business packages which must be compatible with ECC 6.0

3) Is there any step by step document available for the same?

Please share the relevant documents if you have

Regards

Srinivas

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  • Posted on Apr 17, 2009 at 06:46 AM

    Check the below thread that may help you to some extent

    ess-upgrade

    Raghu

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    Posted on Apr 20, 2009 at 10:12 AM

    hi,

    As per your message you have EP6.0 ECC5.0 and are trying to go for EP7.0 and ECC6.0

    With respect to your questions:

    1) What is the procedure for doing this?

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    > there is no change in the procedure the same would apply here as you followed for EP6.0.

    Download the latest SAP_ESS Business Package compatible with ECC6.0 along with the SAP_PCUIGP component.

    Deploy the same on the J2EE engine,

    Then the rest is same.(Hope this answers your second question also)

    3) Is there any step by step document available for the same?

    I dont think anything new here, if required you can search them in SDN itself.

    regards,

    Kris

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    Posted on Nov 11, 2009 at 06:39 AM

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