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ESS Dependent SCs in NWDI track

Hi,

I need to customize personal data view in ESS.

We have set up track in NWDI 7.31 and installed ESS 633.

We have found out we need to add dependent SCs in track as well.

I got name of dependent SCs from SLD (in Software catalog, selected ESS 633. 'Dependencies' tab, build time dependencies). This contains list of dependent SCs as below.

J2EE ENGINE SERVERCORE 7.30

EP BUILD TOOL 7.30

WEB DYNPRO RUNTIME 7.30

DI BUILD TOOL 7.30

J2EE ENGINE FRAMEWORK 7.30

ENGINEAPI 7.30

JAVA FRAMEWORK OFFLINE 7.30

J2EE ENGINE FACADE 7.30

SAP PCUI_GP 633

WEB DYNPRO RUNTIME EXT 7.30

Now we need to know exact patch level of these SCs we need. I can't determine which patch should be downloaded from marketplace.

How to decide which patch level is needed?

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    Posted on Feb 22, 2019 at 07:33 AM

    Hi Deepti,

    Usually you can download the latest patch and patch 0 from the Software Download Center. I would recommend to use the latest patch as it contains all the available code fixes and new features.

    The more important thing what you should consider is the SP level of the SCAs to be downloaded. The main rule is that the SP of NWDS, the SP of the dependencies in the track, and the SP of the target runtime have to match. The target runtime determines the SP level.

    Please find more information about this in the blog: NWDI vs. NWDI content. As ESS is involved in your scenario I think this KBA will be also useful for you: 2640366 - Required Software Component already contained in development configuration with different release

    Regards,

    Viktor

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  • Posted on Feb 22, 2019 at 08:17 AM

    Thanks Viktor. That helped.

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