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EP restriction for MDM 2.0 ?

Is there a version restriction for EP when implementing MDM 2.0? "We" (project team) are in the blueprint phase of our project and have "heard" that MDM 2.0 can only use EP5.x , not EP6. Reviewing the business package info on iViewStudio, there even seems to be some conflicting information (ie. under listed pre-reqs EP5 is only shown but service pack notes show some changes/corrections are made for EP6 compatability). Anyone know of this issue? If MDM 2.0 is only compatable with EP5.x, why is this so? I know MDM 3.0 is coming Q3 and will be EP6 certified, but this client had MDM 2.0 installed last year Q4 and is looking to now utilize that install (ie. not upgrade). Any help is most appreciated in advance.

Christopher Solomon

aka.HERC R.I.P. R.I.P.

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  • Posted on Mar 09, 2004 at 03:16 PM

    The imminent MDM 2.0 Support Package 05 will be on the basis of SAP Netweaver 04 and will enable EP 6.0. Details to be announced soon.

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  • Posted on Mar 09, 2004 at 04:45 PM

    Thanks lots, Markus. We (project lead and I) just sent you an email....hope you are up still. haha

    C. Solomon

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    Posted on May 10, 2004 at 07:16 PM


    Could anybody confirm whether MDM 2.0 Support Package 05 on SAP Netweaver 04 support EP 6.0?

    Thanks and Regards,

    Sam Mathew

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    • Former Member Klaus David

      Thanks Klaus,

      But could you specify, Which is the EP version available as part of NW'04 stack 02? Is it is EP 6.0 SP3 or EP6.0 SP4?

      I got to know that both versions of EP support WAS 640. But MDM 2.0 SP5 require EP 6.0 SP4.I checked the PAM.But couldn't get the required information...


      Sam Mathew

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