Installation Guide New Era of Networks Adapter for SAP R/3 3.9
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The primary user of this document is the system administrator who is responsible for the installation and configuration of the server used for New Era of Networks Adapter for SAP R/3 (Adapter for SAP R/3).
This document describes how to install Adapter for SAP R/3. These instructions provide information for both a new and an upgrade installation. For a concurrent installation, contact technical support.
The guide is organized into the following chapters:
"About This Book" provides documentation, technical support, and product education information.
Chapter 1, "Migrating to Adapter for SAP R/3 Version 3.9" provides information to prepare for an upgrade installation.
Chapter 2, "Installing Adapter for SAP R/3" provides steps to prepare for and run an adapter installation.
Chapter 3, "Uninstalling Adapter for SAP R/3" provides the steps for uninstalling the product from the server.
This section describes the available documentation for Adapter for SAP R/3.
The following documentation comprises the Adapter for SAP R/3 documentation set:
The following open transport documents and sample configuration files are referenced in this document set to supply you with specific information that supports this product:
File Driver Configuration Guide, release 2.6
MQ Series Driver Configuration Guide, release 2.6
MSMQ Driver Configuration Guide, release 2.6
JMS Driver Configuration Guide, release 2.6.1
Tibco Driver Configuration Guide, release 2.6.1
Other related documentation is available from New Era of Networks and Sybase. Refer to documentation from each of these companies for more detail about use of applications relevant to this product.
Use the Sybase Technical Library CD and the Technical Library Product Manuals web site to learn more about your product:
The Technical Library CD contains product manuals and is included with your software. The DynaText reader (included on the Technical Library CD) allows you to access technical information about your product in an easy-to-use format.
Refer to the Technical Library Installation Guide in your documentation package for instructions on installing and starting the Technical Library.
The Technical Library Product Manuals web site is an HTML version of the Technical Library CD that you can access using a standard web browser. In addition to product manuals, you will find links to EBFs/Updates, Technical Documents, Case Management, Solved Cases, newsgroups, and the Sybase Developer Network.
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Point your web browser to the Sybase Support Page .
Select EBFs/Updates. Enter user name and password information, if prompted (for existing web accounts) or create a new account (a free service).
Select a product.
Specify a time frame and click Go.
Click the Info icon to display the EBF/Update report, or click the product description to download the software.
Set up a MySybase profile. MySybase is a free service that allows you to create a personalized view of Sybase web pages.
Point your web browser to Technical Documents .
Click MySybase and create a MySybase profile.
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