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How i upgrade Kernel for Mini WAS 620?

Hi folks, im new in the sap developer world. I have Mini WebAS 620 for windows installed. Everything is working fine, but I have too much questions about how to upgrade and patch the system. I have read some documents about mini was installation, but steps like "apply SP 24 to 36", "upgrade the kernel", "upgrade TP", "upgrade SPAM/SAINT" are not completely described for my basic knowledge. I don't know how to update the kernel, i don't know which files i need to download. When i go to marketplace a large list of files are showed to download under the path:

SAP KERNEL 32-BIT -> SAP KERNEL 6.20 32-BIT -> NT/I386

-> #Database independent

Which files do i need?. Are the files cumulative (newer patch contains older patches)? How i apply this upgrades?

Thank you for your collaboration and sorry about my english.

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    Posted on May 12, 2005 at 04:44 AM

    Hi there and welcome!

    Check out: /people/sap.user72/blog/2004/12/08/mini-me-of-was-620-the-saga-continues

    The Kernel you need can be found under service.sap.com/patches Just search through for the 620 system and get the Kernel Independent and Dependent The Kernel Part I / II files contain all of those individual files you are seeing.

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