What are differences between IDES Solution?

Hello Guru,
Could you tell me what are differences between IDES Solution as detail below?
I try to find a documentation but I can not found them in info page.
I would like to install IDES ECC6. Which is IDES Solution I should to download.
You can go to the path: Installations and Upgrades -> SAP Application Components -> IDES SOLUTIONS
IDES SOLUTIONS
IDES EA-DFPS 6.03
IDES IS-CWM 6.03
IDES IS-PS-CA 600
IDES OIL-600
IDES RETAIL-600
IDES SEM-BW 6.0/7.00
Thank you very much.
Regards,
Thanarat T.

Hi,
Firstly, IS is meant for Industry Solutions which means the SAP Components are specifically developed for respective Industries, for example: IS-OIL, IS-MINING, IS-RETAIL, IS-SEM, is for Oil basin companies [Industries], Mining companies, Retail Industries, and SEM for Strategic Enterprise Management respectively.
So, the SAP Components which are required for CLIENT IMPLEMENTATION those can be dowloaded or purchased from SAP Service Market Place. 
I hope you understand the scenario.
Regards,
prabhu kishore reddy.

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