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In this section we will use the SUM tool to apply the Support Package Stack in  SAP       system. The source system is in PI 7.1 SP04 & the target System is PI 7.1 SP08. It is a dual stack. Normally we use SPAM to apply the ABAP part of SPS and JSPM to apply the Java SPS part. Let us start the SPS application using SUM tool.

Once you have downloaded & extracted the SUM tool, start the SUM tool:   ./STARTUP

The SDT server and Program starts. You can now go to web browser and start the Installation GUI. To start the GUI from a browser, enter the following Internet address: http://<host name>:<port>. Replace <host name> with the name of the host on which the installation program is running.

Once you open the URL, the SDT GUI is automatically launched.

Ensure that you have installed JRE for the SUM GUI to run

You need to provide a username and the password for the user (Administrator & not Observer mode) who is running the SUM GUI.

The SUM tool detects the source system information and displays the information. The SUM tool can be used to

Upgrading to SAP NetWeaver 7.3 including enhancement package 1

Upgrading to SAP NetWeaver 7.3

Upgrading to SAP Business Suite 7 Innovation 2011

Updating to SAP Business Suite 7 Innovation 2011 (enhancement package installation)

Applying Support Packages Stacks

Installing additional Java technical usages or usage types on top of existing Java systems on SAP NetWeaver 7.3 EHP1

Note: Check SAP Note 1557404 - Central Note - Software Update Manager 1.0 SP02 [lmt_007] for more information

The GUI provides you with functions for monitoring and navigating through the roadmap steps of the procedure. The complete procedure consists of several roadmap steps that contain modules, which in turn consist of the individual phases.

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