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Hi Folks,

Iu2019d like to download the trial version on a laptop win 7 (64 bits). But I notice thereu2019re 2 versions:

- Sap Netweaver Application Server ABAP 7.02 SP6 64-bit Developer Edition

- Sap Netweaver Application Server ABAP 7.02 SP6 64-bit Trial

Which one should I install ? Whatu2019s the difference between these two ?

Thanks.

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    Posted on Nov 09, 2011 at 07:40 PM

    To compare both versions go to: [http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=156697029]

    Basically:

    The trial version is the original demo version of SAP's Netweaver. Because so many developers liked it, SAP decided that you can extend your demo license indefinitely (for another 90 days).

    Because more and more developers started to publish their code, created with a demo version, SAP decided to create a second license, a second download package and created a special website (code exchange).

    Go to [http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/code-exchange] and accept the u201Ccode exchange terms of useu201D. Then you can upload your code to this website.

    If you just want to play around with abap you can use the trial version. If you want to publish your code and want to get engaged in other open projects, you should use the developer edition.

    In both cases you need to update your SAP license every three month (at least I think so).

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