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New Folder for Maintenance Guides for SAP NetWeaver ’04

When you want to apply an SP stack to your NetWeaver ’04 implementation, you need the Support Package Stack Guide. In case you installed SAP Library locally, you need the updated library files and the installation instructions for these files. All these documents have moved from the folder Operations to the new folder Maintenance.

The folder is organized by SP stack, with the latest SP stack at the top.

Support Package Stack Guide Becomes Generic

From SP Stack 15 and on, the Support Package Stack Guide remains unchanged. Therefore, it is now located under the tab SP Stack >= 15.

Find Maintenance Guides on SDN

You can use the SAP NetWeaver Guidefinder to find all guides related to SAP NetWeaver ’04 maintenance.

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  1. Former Member
    Please Note:  Many of the links in Leah’s  blog require that you log in to the SAP Service Marketplace. 

    If you need to register for a Service Marketplace login, or have simply forgotten your password, the Service Marketplace folks have provided us with a useful FAQ that should help.

    If you already have a Service Marketplace login and would like to associated it with your SDN login, then we can help you right here.  That way, once you’re logged in to SDN, you’ll be logged in to Service Marketplace also!  You won’t be asked to log in twice.

    Regards,
    Scott Jones

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    1. Hi Marilyn,
      Thanks! I wish I could help but xApps are not part of NetWeaver, and the scope of my project is only NetWeaver TICM guides and single point of access to all NW docu. If oyu know whom I should speak with from xApps, I will be more than happy to share this info.
      Regards,
      Leah
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  2. Former Member
    hi leah,

    what happened to you weblog from some days ago titled [i]SAP Developer Network Blog: SAP NetWeaver 2004s – Where is it really Documented?[/i]??
    It kind of disappears from everywhere. has it been censored? ;-))

    regards,
    anton

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    1. Former Member Post author
      Not censored but Leah was so active she had all her blogs posted on the same day, not sure if anyone remembers but we had like 15-20 blogs the other day and her’s were getting lost. We moved them back to DRAFT mode and are releasing them one a day in order to ensure they get noticed!

      From now on we are asking anyone writing more than one blog a day to not POST both of them on the same day.

      Craig

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      1. Former Member
        Humm,
        if you do so, you should remove it more effectively. I still find the link on leah’s business card under contributions. klicking it leads nowhere.
        This messes things  up a little.

        …we’re on the road to nowhere…lalala

        cheers,
        anton

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