"Additional Files" means "Extra files you want to copy". It does NOT mean "Run this afterwards".
What you could do is just create a batch file / AutoIT script or so, which takes care of this - install the first, and then install the latter (and you'd provide the SAP client and the service pack as additional files for your AutoIT binary or so).
Hope this clarifies what you're seeing?
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Paul is correct additional files just copies to the local cache. You could:
- Make the patch the primary package, then make full gui install a prereq package.
So the Prereq package full gui installs first then the patch installs second. Sort of weird,you have to think backwards and I'm good at that.
for updating the older SAP 7.1 installations create a query (s. picture) and use it for your Scheduled Task.
To use only one package, you've to "slipstream" the patch in your SAP 7.1 installation files (with NwUpdateInstServer.exe or NwSapSetupAdmin.exe)
Nachricht geändert durch ahe: JPG's don't work... :-)
Also consider that when you create a scheduled task you can set a preliminary package, a main package, and a final package so that you can perform multiple steps. Make sure when you create you scheduled task that you have selected a mechanism other than multicast cache only before you try to choose your package otherwsie woyu will only see the main package option.
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