SAP NW7 to EHP (2)


***************** Other Pages on the same topic…. **************************
1. Upgrade to EHP 1 from Netweaver 7.0
2. SAP NW7 to EHP (1)
3. SAP NW7 to EHP (2)
4. SAP NW7 to EHP (3)
5. SAP NW7 to EHP (4)
5. SAP NW7 to EHP (5)
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Continued from SAP NW7 to EHP (1)…. 

So finally you see all the parameters you have selected and you are given one more chance in this screen to change them as you require. This is usually the place where I do change the number of process threads, to increase the spped of execution.

If you see, there is a check box to build statistics, if you have generated it before hand then it will be better you remove the check box.

This is the place where you may come up with some corrupted index and partitioned table, and it is better to check them beforehand and rebuild them….

SAP NW 7.0 Export - EHP - SAPINST - Parmeter 1
SAP NW 7.0 Export - EHP - SAPINST - Parmeter 2
SAP NW 7.0 Export - EHP - SAPINST - Execute service - phase 1
SAP NW 7.0 Export - EHP - SAPINST - Execute service - phase 2
Please notice the message in the screen above by SAPINST, it is asking you to wait for hours, in my case it tok almost 3 hours and that is why I am in favor of building statistics beforehand. BRTOOLS or DB13….Both are faster than this. 

May be it is my perception.

SAP NW 7.0 Export - EHP - SAPINST - Execute service - phase 3 ABAP Export
And then the second biggest operation is the export of the ABAP. rest all others are activities with smaller durations…
SAP NW 7.0 Export - EHP - SAPINST - Export finished.
Now remember to copy the SQL file generated beforehand by running the report SMIGR_CREATE_DDL. This has to be copied to the export directory. In my case, as it is a dual stack, the specified directory is /ABAP/DB, otherwise (for ABAP only) it is normally the /DB. Once you finish copying the same the export is prepared and you are ready for import. Copy this directory into the target system, where you want to either import or migrate the system.
***************** Other Pages on the same topic…. **************************
1. Upgrade to EHP 1 from Netweaver 7.0
2. SAP NW7 to EHP (1)
3. SAP NW7 to EHP (2)
4. SAP NW7 to EHP (3)
5. SAP NW7 to EHP (4)
5. SAP NW7 to EHP (5)
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