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SAP NetWeaver dual stack (ABAP stack and Java stack installed as a so called "addin") has been adapted to improve life cycle management operations .

dual stack  or  dual-stack system

SAP system that contains installations of both Application Server ABAP ( and Application Server Java (AS Java).

A dual-stack system has the following characteristics:

  • Common SID for all application servers and the database
  • Common startup framework
  • Common database (with different schemas for ABAP and Java) 

Note:  SAP does not recommed to setup Dual Stack Systems except if necessary (e.g. Solution Manager)


Please note the following:

Today dual stack is required for

  • PI/XI
  • Solution Manager
  • Mobile up to NW 7.0

Optional Use case

  • BI 7
  • ESS scenarios in dual stack
  • Java Usage Types in NetWeaver Systems (e.g. Enterprise Portal)

SAP strategy

  • Running SAP NetWeaver application components in single stack
  • Exception: Solution Manager will stay dual stack

SAP Application Server Setup recommendations

  • Setup SAP systems as single stack whenever possible

Please see also note 1181025 .

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2 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    Oliver,

     Thank you for this excellent Wiki. I've been looking for a definative statement regarding dual stack architecture as it pertains to ESS and have not found it. At a ESS/MSS seminar recently Jack Xu said dual stack was officially unsupported for ESS as of EhP2 I believe. In your entry you list it as optional but later mention that it is strongly reccomended that dual stack only be used for officialy supported scenarios like solution manager.

     So can I officially rule out dual stack for ESS/MSS?

     Thanks again,

    Doug

  2. Unknown User (rzh4r44)

    Hi,

    I'd also like to know what the difference between a dual-stack installation and a Java Add-in installation is. For example, I had an issue when installing SolMan in a distributed system. The only way I could get around it was to delete the Java schema and then re-install the Java Add-In separately on top of the existing ABAP Stack. So what I now have is an ABAP Stack with a Java Add-In rather than the clean standard dual stack installation.

    Cheers,

    Jim.