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how to know the version

Former Member
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hi,

can u pls tell how to know the version and other things from sapgui

<b>pls tell me path</b>

regards

Guru

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Former Member
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On any Sap Screen, Go to the menu options System->Status.

There You have component versions. U can find out frm there

Regards,

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hi, Srinivas

thanque for ur response

i found component versions as <b>release99</b>. so can i tell i am using release99

version to anyone or any techenical words are there.

generally i heard that people are saying that we are using 4.6a or 4.6c ....etc or ECC x.x version. i am getting confusion when i talking about version.

basically i am new to sap. that why i am facing this problems.i am javaprogramer ,my work is to calling bapis in java applications.

did u get me???

regards

Guru

anversha_s
Active Contributor
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hi,

1. You can check under SYSTEM-->STATUS under the box Compnent Version field.

2. Try this system Variable SY-SAPRL, Which gives the Version of SAP.

for Example 620 = 4.7.

3. if you want the SAp release in your program . Please check the system field SAPRL in table syst

Regards

Anver

anversha_s
Active Contributor
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hi,

refer this thread.

the question is answered there.

https://forums.sdn.sap.com/click.jspa?searchID=262421&messageID=1875638

rgds

Anver

<b><i>if hlped pls mark points</i></b>

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hi,

if ur issue solved, kindly close the thread after marking all helful answers.

Rgds

Anvr

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hi

thanque for ur response

ur ans is------> <b>Versions are like Macro-level(Top level), where as releases are something like micro-level(low-level). So inside a version basically, lot of software components are installed. So whenever a software component is upgraded, it usually comes with a new release no say 620, 640 etc. So even if you are using version 4.7, if your basis people has upgraded some patches, that particular component now may have a new release no, but your version may be the same. Where as version is like upgrading the entire system from 4.7 to 5.0.</b>

<u><i><b>how to find Macro_level currently we are working with</b></i></u>

regards

Guru

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Hi,

In Component versions -> See the release of SAP_APPL. It shows as 500 for ECC 5.0 , 470 For 4.7 Etc..

Sap_basis shows as 640. That is GUI ( frontend) Version..

The next column shows the levels. Levels are nothing but the Patch Levels.

Regards,