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whts the role of exchangeProfile in XI?

I'm bit confused about role exchange profile in XI. Could some one help me understanding it?

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 01:00 AM

    sheetal,

    Exchange profile contains the set of parameter that are used for the complete functioning of SAP XI components. IT's more of a storage area.

    From SAPp Help:

    The exchange profile is an XML document that is stored in the main database of the SAP Exchange Infrastructure (XI). The parameters contained in this document define certain basic technical settings. Most of them are initialized automatically during the installation phase, but in some cases the administrator may need to maintain them. You can access the maintenance screen at:

    http://<host:port>/exchangeProfile

    In this HTTP address host and port are the host name and connection port of your Integration Server.

    You are prompted for a user name and a password. A user with the J2EE security role administer is required. By default this J2EE role is mapped to role SAP_XI_ADMINISTRATOR_J2EE on SAP Web AS 6.40.

    The HTTP address provides you with a browser-based interface for editing the exchange profile.

    For more information about editing the exchange profile and for a list of available parameters, see the SAP Exchange Infrastructure Configuration Guide under Exchange Profile Parameters.

    After any modification of the exchange profile, you must restart the Integration Server for the changes to take effect.

    --Archana

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