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This video blog demonstrates the patching of the Java Support Package Manager (JSPM). Patching JSPM is often one of the first steps in performing support package or kernel patches to other system components.

The system used in the video was a Windows 2003 64-bit system with a quad core CPU and 4 gigabytes of RAM. The total time run to patch JSPM on the test system was just over 3 minutes. The actual runtime to patch JSPM in the video was approximately 90 seconds.

 

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

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    1. Storm Archer Post author
      Hi Mohammed,

      Are you not able to see the video in the body of the blog? The video should be displayed in the blog within your browser. The video is in flash format hosted on http://www.blip.tv.

      If you are unable to see the video, please let me know what browser you are using. I am using Internet Explorere with the Adobe Flash plug in.

      Best Regards,
      Storm

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      1. Irfan Ahmed

        Hi Storm,

        The video doesn’t show up. I have tried using chrome, Firefox and IE with the Adobe Flash plug in, but it doesn’t work for me. I also visited the hosting website and cannot find it there either. Can you help?

        Cheers,

        Irfan

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        1. Storm Archer Post author

          Hi Irfan,

          This video is really antiquated and is really not applicable to current system releases. In fact, JSPM was deprecated 2 years ago and replaced the SL Toolset. Please check SAP Note 1943148.

          If you still have questions, please feel free to ask.

          Best Regards,

          Storm Archer

          SAP Labs, LLC.

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