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Prerequisites for SLL_PI 900_470 installation

Hi there,

New to SCN, but been around GTS since 2006 (GTS 7.0).


For intermediate state purposes, we are to implement the GTS plug-in SLL_PI 900_470 on one of our legacy R/3 4.7 backbone systems as additional connection to our existing GTS 10.0 system. In GTS we will be using the feeder system data to process customs export declarations.

With SAP note 1492739 the following prerequisites are mentioned for installation of the GTS Plug-in SLL_PI 900_470:

Component

Release

Support Package

SAP_BASIS

620

SAPKB62063

SAP_ABA

620

SAPKA62063

SAP_APPL

470

SAPKH47029

PI

2004_1_470

SAPKIPZI5E

Current R/3 4.7 backbone system support pack levels are:

Component

Release

Support Package

SAP_BASIS

620

SAPKB62053

SAP_ABA

620

SAPKA62053

SAP_APPL

470

SAPKH47024

PI

2004_1_470

SAPKIPZI5D

The feeder system is behind on support packages.

Basis team requested to check the following.


Initial question is:


  • Can we even install the plug-in while not meeting the support package levels for the above mentioned components?


For the individual components, we would like to know which specific notes are known already that will be needed for installation of the plug-in (considering current support pack levels). Is it possible to get input upfront on:

  • Any existing individual notes needed when activating the plug-in with the current system support package levels?

I tried finding related info on support.sap.com (support pack info, download info), however specific information is somewhat scattered and not available without going through extensive detailed information.

Appreciate your input.


Marcel

Former Member
replied

Hi Marcel,

I'm not sure why you think anyone would be able to answer your questions.

For the first point, surely the easiest approach is to take a copy of your ERP system and TRY to install the Plug-In.  Either it is possible, or it isn't.

The second point of course depends totally on which functions you want to use.  If the Plug-In does install, you could simply try the functions you need - a little like playing "Russian Roulette"!

Hopefully your organisation will see sense and apply the Support Packages.

Regards,

Dave

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