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Successfully Installed WebAS 6.3 on XP

Hi All

I was able to install the Beta version on my Fujitsu Lifebook Series Notebook 6010 on Windows XP Pro. I have a small question, since the installation installs SAP DB by default. Are there any tools like Enterprise Manager for MS SQL server available in SAP DB arena.

Thanks

Pankaj Kumar

Senior Enterprise Portals Consultant

Systech Integrators Inc (http://www.systechi.com)

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    Posted on Aug 31, 2003 at 01:21 PM

    Hi Pankaj,

    As you would have found out by now, you can do most of the database tasks from the SAP MMC itself. However, you can also install the SAP DB Database Manager and the SAP DB SQL Studio from the SAP 6.3 Installation CD. These are not normally installed by default.

    You can find these exes under SAPDBNTsetups.

    Regards,

    Somnath Kumar

    Wipro Technologies.

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    Posted on Sep 05, 2003 at 10:53 AM

    Thanks David and Somnath. The software mentioned on the link provided by David is contained on the WebAS 6.3 Beta CD as pointed by Somnath. Tools provided are excellant and look good at the firstlook 😀

    Pankaj

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