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SAP Upgrade

Dear All

We are planning to upgrade our existing SAP environment to ECC60 SR2.

The existing environment is as below:

1. ERP : SAP R/3 47 110

2. O/S : Window 2003 (32 bit)

3. Database : Oracle 9205

Target Upgrade

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1. ERP : SAP R/3 ECC60 SR2

2. O/S : Window 2003 (32 bit)

3. Database : Oracle 9205

3. CD/DVD used : 51032294 ERP 2005 SR2 Upgrade Master Windows Server

I have done below steps:

1. Created directory as /usr/sap/put

2. Copy the software to other directories

3. Run the prepare.bat

getting below error:

"Cannot find the upgrade package suitable for your system

on the specified dvd."

Please provide the solution

Thanks

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  • Posted on Aug 11, 2009 at 10:05 AM

    Hi Vimal,

    Did you download and put the Fix package in /usr/sap/put? It seems prepare is looking for this fix package.You can get this fix on SMP.

    Thnx

    Abhi

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2009 at 11:09 AM

    Hi Vimal

    Please read the Upgrade guide -

    That would be the first thing in your planning and preparation.

    The database needs to be upgraded to at least 10.2..0.2

    Fine tuning after DB Upgrade helps you improve on upgrade times.

    Also consider an upgrade to SR3 instead of SR2 in your plan.

    Perform as many rehearsals as you can ...

    Though PM's would like to get things done in a jiffy ... they cannot bear with surprises when you are upgrading your Production System.

    The error message posted says - you did not work with correct DVD.

    For immediate resolution Please refer to the thread -

    Upgrade Master CD for wimndows 32 bit( x86)

    Regards

    yk

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