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Upgrade from Netweaver CE 7.1 - BPM 7.1 to to BPM 7.3

Good Afternoon Gentlemen,

I'm not very familiar with the Netweavers since i've worked most of my time in a R3 4.70x110 system, but now it is my time to get my hands on them, so i appreciate all the help you can give me.

I've a company where they have a Netweaver CE 7.1 EHP1 and components with SP03. They're considering to do some major changes in internal processes and for that they will need to upgrade BPM (which is currently version 7.11) to BPM 7.3.

My newbie questions are:

1. To upgrade to BPM 7.3 do i need to upgrade all the Netweaver CE 7.1 system or can i only upgrade the BPM to version 7.3?

2. If i need to upgrade Netweaver CE 7.1 to which version should it be upgraded? I can find a Netweaver CE 7.2 but not a Netweaver CE 7.3 only a Netweaver 7.3...

3. Finally, can you please give me a link to where can i find te relevant upgrade manuals and/or information?

Thanks in advance.

Best Regards,

Pedro Gaspar

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    Posted on Jul 19, 2011 at 04:46 PM

    Hi Pedro,

    - You would need to upgrade to Netweaver 7.3 (which would include the BPM 7.3 Usage type)

    - Netweaver 7.3 is the new nomenclature and it would include Composition Environment Usage Types as well

    - More info at http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/nw-73. Also check http://service.sap.com/instguides -> SAP Netweaver -> Netweaver 7.3 -> Upgrade for the master and component upgrade guides.

    Regards,

    Srikishan

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