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Author's profile photo Andy Silvey

[SCN NetWeaver Basis Architecture Space] HowTo Find Software Component Patch Levels In NWA NetWeaver Administrator

A question came to me this morning, a friend needed to find the patch level of a Portal Software Component

and couldn’t make sense of the numbers the Components Info in the NWA was showing.

Ok, let’s blog it and share this helpful hint with everybody.

So, you need to know the patch level of a Portal Software Component

Logon to your NWA NetWeaver Administrator and navigate -> Configuration -> Infrastructure ->

System Information ->

NWA-Configuration.JPG

Then you will see the Components Info:

PatchLevelInNWA.JPG

The above picture shows the breakdown of the Version, Support Stack Level and Patch Level.

All the best,

Andy.

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      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Hi Andy,

      Very Clear information! Thank you so much removing all confusion.

      Author's profile photo Himanshu sharma
      Himanshu sharma

      Great info Andy!!!

      Regards,

      Himanshu

      Author's profile photo Uday Shankar
      Uday Shankar

      I am not able to see the infrastructure link from configuration tab.

      We are useing NW7.0

      thanks,

      Uday

      Author's profile photo Andy Silvey
      Andy Silvey
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Uday,

      yes this was written from 7.3

      In NW 7.0 go to the url

      http://YourSAPServer.domain.com:5Port/sap/monitoring/systeminfo

      then click on the link

           All Components

      and there you will see the list of all components with their patch levels

      Andy.

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Dear Andy,

      its possible to share the steps to update the patch level in NW 7.31 portal.

      regards,

      Chandru

      Author's profile photo Andy Silvey
      Andy Silvey
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Chandru,

      you should use the SUM, please search SCN there is lots of information on this.

      Have a look at OSS Note 1641062.

      Kind regards,

      Andy.