Well, if have one complaint as a non-basis person, it’s that I wish SAP would just tell me what files I need to install something. For example, there were about 50GB worth of files that I copied off of DVD’s, just to find that I only needed about 1/2 of those. OH well, I get my system running. Now, if you care, here’s what you need for installing SAP ERP 6.0 EHP4 on a windows 64 bit operating system and Oracle database (I used 10.2.0.4).
Please note, the disks that I used may not be the most recent, however they work, and you can always upgrade your support packs/kernel later.
First thing you need is the installation master:
51038620 is the disk I used
51036902 – Installation Export
51036767 – UC Kernel (7.01)
51033272 – Oracle Client
Just a note on the oracle install, be sure that you use the sapserve.cmd to start the install, it does all the work for you. One things aobut this, the cmd file will only work if all the directories have NO spaces in the names. For example, oracle install won’t work, but oracle_install will. Just a little lesson learned.
Also, during the install, if you get the step about DB statistics, or anything related to the DB and you get a 1034 error, try this trick.
open up a cmd prompt.
type in the following:
connect /as sysdba
when this finishes, try the step again. You may need to completely stop the installation, and restart the system, then do the sqlplus command.
Otherwise, it should go pretty smooth. With my system, I was able to finish the installation in about 12hrs + 2 hrs for oracle + 3 hrs for copying files. LOL
Anyway, hope you might find this helpful. For my basis friends, feel free to laugh at me… I know I stumble through this the hard way.