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PI Migration Query

We will be migrating a PI system shortly. Its a NW 7.0 SPS14 system.

We have migrated a couple of systems already, however there is quite a bit of post processing from technical, functional point of view and are wondering if we can a Mock production system as production during cutover. Like instead of doing all the post processing again, we want to go with this approach as it will save time.

We will loose the message history for synchronous and asynchronous messages, need to plan for archiving of synchronous messages.

But other than this, what do you think of the approach. Please comment or criticize or weigh in with additional information.

Also could there be any thing else we may be overlooking here thats needs attending to.

Thank you.



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  • Posted on Aug 27, 2015 at 03:38 AM

    Hi Kalyana,

    To which SAP PI version is this upgrade?

    If its planned for latest 7.4 PO Single stack, then there are few considerations that need to be taken into account like if there are ccBPM, ABAP mappings, ABAP stack lookups etc. being used in your current PI system, based on that you need to redesign it for Java only stack.

    Please check the following link for possible ways to upgrade. Based on business requirement / decision you can follow any of these:…



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      Thanks Azhar for taking time out to respond.

      We are not upgrading. We are just migrating PI from one data center to another. The hostname and IP are changing, rest all will remain as is. All scenarios are working on the Mock Production so customer wants to keep the same system for cutover to reduce the manual effort it takes to get everything working.



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