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SRM standard content download

Hi guys

I have SRM 7.0 and PI 7.3 in my landscape. I have to download the standard content to the ESR. MDM is also involved. Now I need to set up the connections between SRM and ECC. Does it depend on ECC version as well?

How do I download it? And which one should I download for this particular scenario?

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    Posted on Feb 09, 2012 at 10:14 AM

    Dear Radhika

    Do you want to download the Standard ESR Content for SRM (I believe it is SAP SRM Software Component?)

    There are standard SAP patches available in Marketplace from where you can doenload them.

    For ESR components, you need not connect with SRM/ECC.

    Or if you can elaborate your question as what exactly you want to acheive, people can help you better.

    Sourabh

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  • Posted on Feb 09, 2012 at 10:16 AM

    Hi,

    Actually, it is one of important features of PI, that you do not have to worry about the versions of the systems that you connect (SRM and ECC in your scenario). You download the content from ECC or SRM in Enterprise Services Repository. Under your SWCV, right-click on Imported Objects, provide connection data for the system you want to download the metadata from, and choose the IDoc or BAPI to be downloaded.

    Hope this helps,

    Greg

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    • Former Member Pothana Yadav

      Hi Pothana,

      Where do I see the patch level? I don't see the patch level but version, I could find out. So that's all I need?

      Do I need to know what all I need to import? Which all software component versions I need to download/

      regards

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