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Install database , application and search index on Single machine ?

Under SAP PROD PAK SERVER 4.3 -> Windows Server on IA32 32bit (SAP Education Products" SAP PRODUCTIVITY PAK BY ANCILE" SAP PRODUCTIVITY PAK 4.3) I am only getting the below files-

RWDuPerfServer43P_1-10009622.ZIP

RWDuPerfServer43P_2-10009622.ZIP

Is this the right server software ?

- Can we install database , application and search index on same machine ?

- OS is windows (2003, 2008, ???), Is RWD only supported on 32 bit windows with IA processor or any processor and also on 64 bit ?

- Where can I find the installation document or all the prerequistes ?

- Which database is preferable SQL, oracle or DB2 , currently we have SAP system on DB2

- Do we need to integrate the RWD with all SAP system landscapes ?

- Also suggest the hardware requirement (RAMprocessorhard disk space) if 1 server installation is possible for all the req (Search Server + Database Server + Web Application Server + Administrator Workbench)

Thanks

Saurabh

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    Posted on Nov 14, 2011 at 06:03 PM

    Hi Saurabh,

    These are the latest patches - 4.31 and 4.32.

    To install 4.30 you will need to go to the "Installation and Upgrade" section of Service market place and download and install this first.

    Installations and Upgrades -

    P

    "SAP PRODUCTIVITY PAK BY ANCILE"

    SAP PRODUCTIVITY PAK 4.3

    The patches can be downloaded and installed then.

    The documentation will be within the installation files.

    Hope this helps,

    Kind Regards,

    Matthew

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      Hi Saurabh,

      Sorry about delay.

      I would recommend installing the 4.4 version that is on the SMP.

      This is the latest release and especially if you are intending to use I.E. 9 in the future this would be the better option.

      Kind Regards,

      Matthew

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