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ERP 6.0 EHP 5 SPS09 update to EHP 6

Hello Gurus, I have updated an ERP 6.0 EHP5 system with the latest SP Stacks using MOPZ. Below is the Target Constellation that was caculated in the MOPZ maintenance transaction (this is also the current system level, after the update): Product Version Stack Level Layer SAP ERP 6.0 SAP ERP 6.0 Support Package Stack 22 Standalone EHP5 FOR SAP ERP 6.0 SAP ERP Enhancement Package 5 SP Stack 09 Enhancement Package SAP EHP2 FOR SAP NETWEAVER 7.0 SAP EHP2 FOR SAP NETWEAVER 7.0 SP Stack 12 (September, 14 2012) NetWeaver Now I want to update to EHP6, but MOPZ calculation is giving as major target: EHP6 SPS04, which is equivalent to EHP5 SPS08 or ERP 6.0 SPS21. This is the equivalence from Note 1496212: EhP6 SPS04 -- EhP5 SPS08 -- EhP4 SPS11 -- EhP3 SPS10 -- EhP2 SPS11 -- SAP ERP 6.0 SPS21 So the system has been updated to one higher SPS Level, except for the Netweaver layer which is still 7.02 (EHP2). Can I still update to EhP6, if yes, how? or should I have to wait until the next EHP6 SPS comes out? What are my options here? Any help is appreciated. BR, MM
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    Posted on Nov 16, 2012 at 06:53 PM


    For the upgrade, you do need to maintain the equivalence level. So you should wait for the EHP6 SPS05 to be released. It is currently scheduled to be released in the last week of November.

    Note should be updated also with the equivalence level for the EHP6 SPS05.

    You need to upgrade your system to equivalent SPS level (Target) or Higher SPS level.

    Since SPS05 is releasing soon so waiting should not be issue here. Please let me know if it was useful and you need further information.



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