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syscopy Oracle 9.2/10 Windows IA32/X64, Rel. Enterprise 4.7 Ext.Set 1.10

For a upgradeproject from SAP 4.7 Ext.Set 1.10, we will change our HW-platform and our Oracle-Release.

Source:

SAP 4.7 Ext. Set 1.10, Kernel 640

Oracle 9.2.0.3

Windows 2000 Advanced/Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition IA32 (32Bit)

Target:

SAP 4.7 Ext. Set 1.10, Kernel 640

Oracle 10.2.0.4

Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition, X64 64-Bit,

(will later be upgraded to ERP 6.0)

Since for the SAP-upgrade we need oracle 10, we could do following

VARIANT 1:

steps:

1) sourcesystem: Oracle-Upgrade 9.2.0.3 -> 10.2.0.4 (via patchset 9.2.06)

2) targetsystem: install new system SAP 4.7. Ext.Set 1.10 and oracle 10 and do a systemcopy with backup/restore method according note 659509.

a) According to Note 899111, there is no standard installation set for R3 4.7 Ext.Set 1.10 on Win Server 2003/X64, so we have to make some modifications and use:

Installation master from R3 4.7 Extension Set 2.0 SR1 CD set which
is x64 enabled
Kernel from R3 4.7 Extension Set 2.0 SR1 CD set
Export CDs from R3 4.7 SR1 CD set

and modify exportcds.xml and packages.xml

b) for installation 4.7 Extset 1.10 with oracle 10 instead of oracle 9, according note 896475 we have to use

Installation master from R3 4.7 Extension Set 2.0 SR1 CD

and make adjustments to packages.xml

VARIANT 2:

1) targetsystem: install new system SAP 4.7. Ext.Set 1.10 and oracle 9:

modifications from note 899111 because of platform X64 (like variant 1: Step 2a) and do a systemcopy with backup/restore method according note 659509.

The possibility of an upgrade to oracle 10 during systemcopy from note 932722 seems to be unpossible, because there are only release <= basis 4.6D and releases based on nw04 SR1 (= WEB AS 6.40) listed, but 4.7. Ext. Set 1.10 is based on WEB AS 6.20.

Has anybody experience or recommendations with this special kind of systemcopy from windows-platforms IA32 ->X64 ?

Kind regards,

Uta

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