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Installing NW04 SR1 WAS640 on NT

We are trying to install XI (3.0) on an NT server to connect to R/3 (ECC5.0) on iSeries AS400. The first step of the XI installation is to install the NW04 WAS 640. The NW04 SR1 installation DVD listing has for the first DVD the SAP NW04 SR1 SAP (UNICODE) KERNEL 6.4 <Database>. Our question is what Kernel is this for? Our DVD are for the iSeries where R/3 was installed we are installing NW04 on an NT server. Do we need the Kernel for NT? Or is the Kernel for the iSeries sufficient as it will be connecting to the iSeries?

Any help is appreciated!

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    Posted on May 26, 2005 at 03:50 AM

    Hi Amrish,

    Hope this will help you.

    This kernel DVD is not for windows. This is for SAP WAS System Kernel and is must for the installation of WAS.

    regards

    Anand.M

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    Posted on May 27, 2005 at 03:17 AM

    Hi,

    There must be some info. about the DVD

    if you install XI

    the kernel DVD should be :

    SAP NW04 SR1 SAP (UNICODE) KERNEL 6.4 <Database> <Platform>

    maybe the list is too long, and <platform> is not in your papaer list, just check your DVD Cover.

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