Software Provisioning Manager 1.0
Concept of Software Provisioning Manager 1.0
Easier and More Reliable Software Provisioning
Always the Latest Features, Coverage and Fixes of Reliable Procedures
- Get the right tool for your product and platform
- Apply required fixes:
- Check what issues have to be considered before using the tool (by scanning through a long list of issues provided in the corresponding SAP Notes) - including possible adaptions of the installation media due to new operating system and database versions not supported by the old versions
- Apply fixes to relevant issues (for example, by adapting or replacing files or considering special procedures)
SAP recommends that you always download the latest Support Package of the software provisioning manager 1.0, as it contains latest corrections and is updated regularly – even if you have installation media available!
Covered Use CasesSoftware provisioning manager covers the following use cases:
*) Both the dual-stack split and the sytem rename procedure got integrated into software provisioning manager 1.0 SP04 with Software Logistics Toolset 1.0 SPS09 - latest improvements of these procedures are no longer available as standalone tool
- For more general information about the concept, see the overview presentation and this blog.
- For more information about how to use the software provisioning manager 1.0 and further technical details, see:
- See this document for features of the software provisioning process
- For frequently asked questions, see the document FAQ - System Installation
- Best Practices for SAP System Installation and Transformation
- For troubleshooting information, see the list of Troubleshooting documents for Software Provisioning Manager
- For information how to accelerate the restart time of software provisioning manager 1.0 after an issue during the execution phase, see this blog from Stefan Seemann.
- The following video shows a demo of the dialog phase of an installation procedure with software provisioning manager 1.0 (duration 6 minutes):