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System Requirements for FPM

Dear Experts,

I would like to knwo the basic system Requirements like patch detials to use FPM ( Floor Plan Manager ) in webdynpro.

and also provide me help ful information Regarding FPM. And information about interconnection Between ESS/MSS and FPM.

kindly help me .

Sap log on detials from my sytem :

Release : 710 Final Release

Patch Level : 2

Thanks in Advance.

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    Apr 08, 2010 at 12:39 PM

    >Release : 710 Final Release

    >Patch Level : 2

    Your release level is 7.10? Are you doing development in a PI system? Generally none of the Business Suite runs on 7.1x, but instead on the 7.0x codeline.

    FPM was first made availabe in 7.01 (NetWeaver 7.0 Enhancement Package 1). So for ERP this would be ERP 6.0 Enhancement Package 4 (which contains NetWeaver 7.01).

    I'm not 100% sure for the 7.1x codeline, but I would suspect that the same functionality came in 7.11 - that is generally the same level for WDA functionality as 7.01 - although the code lines aren't perfectly in sync.

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  • Apr 08, 2010 at 11:05 AM

    Hi Kranthi

    Please the below documents :

    FMP Wikki -

    Floor Plan Manager -

    ABAP UI Flexibility Part 2: Floorplan Manager -

    Hope it helps



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    Apr 08, 2010 at 11:10 AM

    For information on FPM how to use and release details refer to [floor plan manager wiki page|] [original link is broken];

    To know more about FPM refer to [cookbook|]

    Regarding usage of FPM is ESS MSS applications most of the WD applications in ESS MSS use FPM application configuration.

    Hope this helps


    Manas Dua

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    • Hi,

      just to confirm

      until EhP5 - many (I'd even say most) of the ESS applications are still WD Java FPM not WD ABAP FPM.

      There is a world of difference - although I suspect that the ABAP FPM was built learning from the lessons of the Java FPM. This has certainly been my experience.

      So to clarify Manas' statement - most WD ABAP ESS/MSS apps are ABAP FPM, in the same way that most ESS/MSS WD Java apps are Java FPM...

      Expect to see any new applications delivered as WD ABAP FPM.

      The cookbook refered to is an excellent resource.

      - Chris