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Video Blog: Applying Support Packages Stacks with JSPM

The Java Support Package Manager (JSPM) is introduced with SAP NetWeaver 7.0 (2004s) for updating Java applications and installing additional software running on SAP NetWeaver Application Server Java. The video shows the whole process of applying a Support Package Stack using JSPM. It also gives you a glimpse of the main features and advantages of JSPM.

Best Regards,
Storm Archer
SAP NetWeaver Product Manager
SAP Labs, LLC.

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    • Hi Susin,

      May I inquire what browser you are using?

      Information to help:
      The video itself is hosted on BLIP.TV in flash format. Please check that you have the plash plug-in installed in your browser.

      Best Regards,
      Storm Archer
      SAP NetWeaver Product Management
      SAP Labs, LLC.

  • Hello,

    I have few questions though. I hope I have not missed in the original chain.

    1. How to apply patches/kernel upgrades to dialog instances?
    2. If we have java+apab stack, then do we install SP stacks, support packs, corrections, add-ons through JSPM?



    • Hello Manoj,

      Thank you for the feedback.

      Actually, I have posted a number of articles in the chain with short videos. My final post can be considered a “central post”.
      How to Apply Support Packages while Reducing Downtime

      1. Applying the kernal udpates can be done manually or via JSPM. My Blog Video Blog: Updating the SAP Kernel using JSPM provides a short video on this. As for application servers (dialog instances), the SAPCPE service will synchronize the binaries with the central instance.

      2. Java support packages, JSPM itself, and kernel updates are done through JSPM. ABAP corrections and support packages are done through native tools (SNOTE and SPAM). I have a number of blogs on these items (many with video), to provide background on the process and information to help you.

      The central blog noted above will take you to most of these blogs. There are two other blogs that I posted in 2006 about updating the kernel.

      Please let me know if I can be of further assistance.

      Best Regards,
      SAP Labs