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oss and ocs

Hey pals,

Can anyone differentiate between OCS and OSS?

How and when are they used?

CHEERS,

RAGS

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  • Posted on Aug 10, 2005 at 09:00 PM

    Can you please tell us the context you are talking about? OSS is the online sap support or SAP net or service market place as I know it. I haven't heard about OCS.

    Srinivas

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  • Posted on Aug 11, 2005 at 03:04 AM

    To quote SAP Info, here are the definitions. If satisfied, please reward and close.

    <b><u>OCS</u></b>

    <i>Provision of software corrections for an SAP component via SAPNet - R/3 Frontend (today: mySAP Enterprise Resource Planning) or the SAP Service Marketplace before the next formal release.</i>

    <b><u>OSS</u></b>

    <i>SAPNet-R/3 Frontend (today: mySAP Enterprise Resource Planning), formerly Online Service System (OSS), is a medium that enables information flow, communications, and services between SAP customers and SAP. Customers can use the SAPNet-R/3 Frontend to find solutions to system problems, such as Notes, Support Packages, to submit problem messages to SAP, to retrieve information.</i>

    Rich, I am hearing OCS for the first time too.

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