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SRM 5.0 compatibility with Webdynpro

Former Member
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Deciding whether to implement SRM 5.0, or be a ramp-up customer and install SRM 7.0. Some experts told us that our current WebDynPro environment is incompatible with SRM 5.0. Can anyone shed light on this? Our landscape is: 2004s/7.0, BI 7.0, ECC 6.0.

Thanks in advance.

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khan_voyalpadusman
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srm 5.0 as standard does not use any webdynpro ,but it is always possible for you to do custom development using abap webdynpro in SRM 5.0.

i have seen customers using webdynpro to develop thier own webdynpro screens and who are on SRM5.0.

let me know if iam not clear

Former Member
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Dear Mark,

SRM Server 5.0 has full support for ABAP WebDynpros. We have so many custom developments in our system using WebDynpros and they work fine (SRM 5.0 / NetWeaver 2004s).

Khan / Mark:

"srm 5.0 as standard does not use any webdynpro ," -> Is not a correct statement. The entire IMS (Invoice Management Solution) in SRM Server 5.0 is built using ABAP WebDynpro's. Please have a look at the below standard WebDynpro applications:

BBP_INV_IMS
BBP_INV_MAIN
BBP_INV_SEARCH

Hope this clears the SRM 5.0 and WebDynpro compatibility issues.

Regards

Kathirvel

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Hello Mark,

you can also utilize Web Dynpro with SRM 5.0, it depends on your basis release.

Concerning SRM 7.0: your ECC system is defently supported, you most properly might need to apply NW 7.0 Enhancement Package 1 (NW 7.01). But independant from that the most important question is which scenarios are you using and what is the benefit of SRM 7.0 versus SRM 5.0 - is there are reason that you would like to do some development with Web Dynpro or does also ready something exist?

The UI changed a lot compared to SRM5, are the endusers already used to it? Additional training when moving to SRM 7.0 might be required. On the other hand you have a tighter integration with your ECC system (again depends on your scenarios) and for the next SRM releases than only EhP needs to be applied (what is easier than a normal upgrade).

best regards

Markus