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PI 7.31 Dual Stack Using BPM/BRM and ccBPM

Hello,


My client has decided to use SAP PI 7.31, because we have many ccBPM solutions, being used a long time, the idea is install the Dual Stack solution and keep using the ccBPM, at least for while.

But for the new integration solutions, we would like to use the AEX(Local AEX-Based) and connect to BPM and BRM, and maybe migrate the old solutions when possible.

Is it possible, use the both solutions( AEX/BPM/BRM and ccBPM) ? In this case, we will have all the benefits and great perfomance
when using the AEX/BPM/BRM(Local AEX-Based) solution, that we have in the single stack ?


Best regards,

Dylon.

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  • Posted on Jun 12, 2014 at 03:34 PM

    Hi Dylon

    Please refer to below blog to have your doubts clarified.

    Upgrade Options to the Latest Process Integration or Process Orchestration

    Regards

    Vj

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    • Yes, it is possible to use ccBPM and BPM/BRM if you go with third option. In this case you can use ccBPM for your existing ccBPM scenarios and for the new once you can design them in NWBPM and maybe in later stages you can plan to migrate the ccBPM to NWBPM.

      Coming to performance as single stack is java only the performance is much better but you can always make use of AAE in dual stack system which is quite similar to single stack interface.

      For more comparisons you can refer to the comments of Baskar Gopalakrishnan in below discussion.

      Regards

      Vj

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