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Upgrade from 4.6c to Enterprise 2003

Hi SAp Gurus,

We r upgrading form 4.6C to Entrprise 2003 ...a ,lot of SAP Notes have been applied to existing 4.6C.

I am looking for the approch as to whether the same notes needs to be re applied in ERP 2003, if they are not a part of ERp 2003 (but how do I know which Notes rea part & whuch are not)


Only those corresponding notes which are valid for ERP 2003 need to be applied


Since OSS nOtes are only are applied only when we experince a problem in ERP 2004 ..we need to apply the appropriate note....which might not be the sanme as the one which has already been applied in 4.6C for same problem...

Totaaly Confused Na......

Looking for your Guidance.....

Thanks in advance......



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  • Posted on Jan 19, 2005 at 04:26 PM


    - Starting your search on applied notes in 4.6C - no to much work with not much valid notes in the end

    - Apply all notes, now relevant for ERP 2003 - just, when they are in a hotpackage or description asumes to correct special business, you are using

    - You need to test anyway - just apply notes for problems you have.

    Try to start with high hotpackage number, might be fastest way.



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  • Posted on Jan 19, 2005 at 07:36 PM

    If the notes you have applied are not too new, I wouldn't worry about it. If they are new, you can see in the note in which support pack level they will be included in and in which release.

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