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Portal Upgrade from EP6Sp10 to EP7.0SP13

Hi ,

We have upgraded our Dev,QA portal to 7.0SP13 and about to go for production upgrade within a week.

We have IIS proxy installed in DMZ to expose portal through internet so that our external customers can access portal using https(SSL enabled)URL.our SSL key reisdes on IIS proxy and it has been renewed recently.since portal 7.0 does not support IISproxy ,we know that we have to go for webdispatcher.

But before moving forward i have following doubts:

1.If we go ahead with portal prod upgrade to 7.0 with IISproxy in place within DMZ.Does our portal external access will be supported for sometime using iisproxy?is there any grace period from SAP to support for IIS proxy so that we can go ahead with webdispatcher later on .

2.If not ,will our SSL key(which resides on iisproxy) be valid ,if we go for webdispatcher installation in DMZ ?Do we have to separately buy the SSL key from vendor again for wendispatcher?

Does anyone has practical experience on above situations.waiting eagerly to listen from anyone.

Regards

Rani A

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 05:05 PM

    A fair idea or assumption on this would be preferrable

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