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SAP WEB AS 6.30 SP3 not updated after SP4 is applied

Hi all,

I have successfully installed SAP WebAS 6.30 SP3 in a Solaris 5.8 system (with Oracle 9.2.0.5). The installation files came from a DVD set (partner rampup).

After that, I have applied SP4 to my installation. I did not get any errors during the process, but when I access the the file VERSION.TXT, the admin tools and the engine start page, they all say that I am still on 6.30 SP3 version.

The files I have used to apply SP4 were get from SWDC and are:

SAPINST04_0-20000121.SAR

CTRLORA04_0-20000121.SAR

J2EERT04_0-10001982.SAR

J2EERTOS04_0-20000121.SAR

What is happening? Is there something I can look for in my installation that is a proof of a successfull SP4 installation?

Thanks in advance

Fernando Urzedo

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    Posted on Feb 02, 2005 at 07:47 AM

    Hi Fernando,

    in you version.txt file locate the value of the PatchLevel entry. Then see which SP of the engine this patch level corresponds to using the table described in this post: web-as-640-patch-level (or alternatively, have a look at SAP note 701385).

    This is the way you can find which SP you are running on for sure.

    Regards,

    Ivo

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