Thank You UKPano!
I do the sharpening step directly in Lightroom on the single shoot; then i apply the sharpening values to the other images of the stage point with the syncronization fuction.
Isn't this way the same than apply the sharpening in photoshop?
No - you´re doing right i mean. It´s a better way doing sharpening in the RAW processing.
Sharpening after stitching means that you might also sharpen hardly visible artefacts caused by stitching and make them more visible.
This way you might amplify "glitter"-effects in panning the pano.
So i prefer sharpening the images before stitching and not to sharpen the rendering.