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Author's profile photo Denise Reddy

Schedules for Maintenance Deliveries is moving to SAP for Me

The central location on SAP Support Portal where the Schedules for the Support Package Stacks and SAP BusinessObjects Maintenance Deliveries are published for customers will now be transitioning to SAP for Me over the next couple of months.  Communication of planned release dates for SAP’s maintenance deliveries (which include patches, support packages, and support package stacks) will now be available in the ’Calendar’ feature in SAP for Me (S-user required).

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What exactly does this mean? and what will change for you?

Through the central SAP for Me ‘Calendar’ in the ‘Maintenance deliveries (patches etc.)’ section you will now be informed about upcoming release dates for maintenance deliveries. This provides you with a more personalised customisation for the information on your important event dates in a centralized calendar.

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Clicking the event, you will be able to see further detailed information about the planned delivery in a popover i.e. planned delivery dates.  The ‘Product Availability Matrix’ link will open a new browser tab/window showing details about the product version mentioned in the popover.

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You also have the option to add this event to your personal calendar in Outlook by clicking the ‘Download ICS’ button.

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You can filter by your favourite product(s) to see maintenance events most relevant to you.

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More features and functionalities in the ‘Maintenance deliveries (patches etc.)’ event section will expand over time and we will be keeping you updated along the way – so stay tuned!

Kind regards,

Denise Reddy / Finbarr Ryan

SP Stack Strategy Leads

 

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      Author's profile photo Olivier BOULET
      Olivier BOULET

      Hi

      Thanks for the information.
      Not convenient at all.
      I hope the 'old' SP schedule document will survive because the SAP Me Calendar is not synthetic enough, no quarterly view, no way to see the SPs for a specific product.

      Author's profile photo Anton Schwicker
      Anton Schwicker

      Sorry Denise, but the "Calendar" feature is not an improvement, but on the contrary a massive downgrade to the document. Why do so many things have to be made worse in the digital transformation at SAP?
      Please keep us the portal "Schedules for Maintenance Deliveries"!

      Author's profile photo Kira Cornelius
      Kira Cornelius

      Where can we find Ariba, EHSM or other SAP add-ons releases in this calendar based on our S-user profile? That maybe could be improvement, instead of searching in the PAM/RIN/Release/Install/Upgrade notes..

      To avoid OSS calls, like:

      Incident 706161/2022 (P3) - EWM 9.4 SPS17 not available in PAM and Maintenance Planner, but note 2353276 already updated.

      Incident 791279/2022 (P3) - SAP ERP-CONCUR INTEGRATION 1.0 SP18 not available in PAM and MP, but note 2298170 already updated and files exists

      Incident 780606 / 2022 (P3) - SAP FIORI FOR SAP S/4HANA 1909 SPS7 not available in PAM, MP and note 2805572, but files already exists.

      SLD CIM/CR content was on latest level since creation of that incident in our case.

      Thx

      Author's profile photo Dietmar Splitt
      Dietmar Splitt

      This is not a useful replacement 🙁

      Updates/Upgrades are not a ordinary task of "Day/Week/Month"

      The update-planning and dependency-checking will be on level Week/Month/Year
      with an additional "big-picture" on level Quarter + Year !

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Dear Denise

      Unfortunately, I have to agree with the previous speakers.

      This is undoubtedly a step backwards and very confusing.

       

      BR

      Fabian

      Author's profile photo Wolfgang Röckelein
      Wolfgang Röckelein

      Dear Denise Reddy ,

      the calendar display of maintenance delliveries also has still some problems. I have S/4HANA onpremise as a favorite product, but when I filter for favorite products only the "SAP S/4HANA 2022 FP01 Maintenance Deli" entry vanishes. Also 2023 has no security patch days anymore, can is this true?

      Regards,

      Wolfgang

      Author's profile photo Darryl Griffiths
      Darryl Griffiths

      Hi Denise Reddy

      I have the glorious task of managing multiple customer's SAP landscapes.

      I don't need a personalised list.  To the contrary, I need one big mahoosive list.

      This new proposal is especially tricky for those customers who do not allow an S-user account to be associated with an "external" email domain.   It has made me very sad for this afternoon.  I will need chocolate to get over this.

       

      All the best

       

      Darryl

      Author's profile photo Brian Kudera
      Brian Kudera

      Please add quarter/year view and highlight the entries with a background color 🙂

      Author's profile photo E. Ocula
      E. Ocula

      When can we expect the planning for Jan-2023 ?

      Author's profile photo Paul-Jürgen Kowalewski
      Paul-Jürgen Kowalewski

      Hallo,

      ich schließe mich meinen Vorrednern an.

      Dies ist zweifellos ein Rückschritt. Die "alte" Ansicht ist

      einfach übersichtlicher. Außerdem funktioniert die Suche

      nicht einwandfrei. Auf jeden Fall nachbessern.

       

      Danke und Gruß

      Paul