How to obtain a License for 'SAP WAS on Linux and IBM DB2'

Henry, Philippe Philippe.Henry at atosorigin.com
Mon Feb 16 14:44:49 MET 2004


Hi,

Yes, it is true :-( but SAP Linuxlab told me that there should be a new test drive with DB2 for the next CEBIT, i.e. end of March.
I can't tell you more. Wait and see ...

Kind regards

Philippe HENRY

-----Original Message-----
From: Lars Kunze [mailto:qla78 at web.de]
Sent: lundi 16 février 2004 14:39
To: linux.general at listserv.sap.com
Subject: How to obtain a License for 'SAP WAS on Linux and IBM DB2'


Hi,

i'm looking for a license(rpm-package) for the 'SAP WAS on Linux and IBM DB2' test-drive. 
There are only licenses for SIDs 'WAS' and 'LNX' on: 

http://www.sap.com/solutions/netweaver/linux/eval/index.asp

But none for 'SI1'! Is it true, that the test-drive is not supported anymore or is there another evaluation-site!?

Thanks in advance

Lars Kunze
 

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