limitations of WAS
sandro at linkexpress.com.br
Tue Jun 5 21:40:08 MET DST 2001
I just thought it would be nice to be able to have at least ABAP
documentation. It would sure make playing around with this a lot easier,
and a few aplication tables (god I miss BSEG :-) ) could be used to try
out the new features. Anyway it's still an awesome release, i've been
showing it off at work and the IT manager is seriously considering a move to
linux when we upgrade our R/3 installation.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jan Schreckenbach" <Jan.Schreckenbach at sap.com>
To: <linux-general at sap.com>
Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2001 12:40 PM
Subject: Re: limitations of WAS
> sandro wrote:
> > 3 Questions for the people at SAP:
> > 1 - How crippled is the evaluation version for WAS on the CEBIT 2001
> > CDROM? For example it seems that ABAP/4 keyword documentation is
> > missing. Can this be fixed by importing from another installation?
> This is a technology testdrive. It gives you the choice to test the
> next generation technology at a very early stage. There are of course
> things missing (e.g. some parts of documention).
> > 2 - Is it possible to import a client from another version of SAP into
> > the WAS instance? So that I can use my test data from work and have
> > material to play around with.
> In general, no. This is only a basis system that not contains all
> necessary tables for your application data.
> > 3 - And last but not least. Is there an archive for this list so that
> > I can search for answers before posting questions I believe were
> > answered before?
> There will be an archive in the near future. We planning to upgrade
> the current listserver and to install some kind of archive.
> > Thanks all,
> > Sandro Giometti
> Best regards,
> Jan Schreckenbach
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