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Upgrade to J2EE Engine SP9 or higher

Hi all,

I have installed WAS, i guess, SP2, i really don't know, as i have taken the installables from LAN, is there any way, i can know which stack it is, on start up of Visual Admin it's displaying SAP J2EE Engine 6.3.


1) I want to upgrade it to SP10,is it possible, if yes how to do it please guide me,also please include steps how to use SAPCAR utility.

2) Previously i was working on SAP 6.40 trail version and i was deploying applications fron Developer Studio SP7. But when i am deploying WebDynpro applications on newly installed WAS 6.3, it's showing successfully deployed but while running it's showing webdynpro exceptions, while the same application is running fine on SAP 6.40 sneak preveiw version.

3)Please let me know if i can install Developer Studio SP9 , directly downloading from

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  • Posted on Jan 25, 2005 at 04:14 PM

    Hello Akash,

    yes, you can download the IDE from from the download section.



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    Posted on Jan 28, 2005 at 12:02 PM

    Hi Akash,

    if you have the proper service user id/paswwd then u can go to Click on Enter By Application Group --> SAP NetWeaver --> SAP NetWeaver --> SAP NETWEAVER 04 --> Java Server -->SAP J2EE Engine 6.40

    here click on #OS Independent and NT/I386 both. Download the corresponding files for SP10. You can download IGS also. For downloading NWDS select NW Developer Studion instead of Java Server in the previous path.

    For using sapcar, copy it to the folder where your .sar files are. Open a command prompt from that folder. Type sapcar.exe -xvf <yourfile-name>.sar . This will extract the files. Do it one by one for all your .SAR files.

    hope this helps,


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