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Upgrade from PI 7.0 to 7.5 dual stack split(dual usage)

Hi experts,

We have started a Upgrade phase from PI 7.0 to PI 7.5 stack split (Dual usage), in this regard i have few questions which i already searched but still little confuse. so please guide me.

1. Is all my Classical Integration scenario ( Interface determination, Receiver Determination , File adapter, RFC adapter , Abap and IDoc adatper ) of pi 7.0 will Work in Pi 7.5 dual stack split, without using content migrating tool. (As i know it wont work on pi 7.5 single stack)

2, Is all my Receiver and Interface determination will automatically mapped into Integrated Configuration or do i need to add manually to Integrated Configuration in 7.5 split stack.

3. Most of our scenarios is based on file adatper and Soap adapter Rfc adapter, and mostly uses a message mapping , do these adapter will work on dual stack split or do i need to change it?

3. As a PI consultant what manual steps do i need to perform after upgrade?

4. And last but not the least Do i following a right strategy.

Kindly guide me if i am missing something in this Regard.

David

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2 Answers

  • Jan 09 at 05:24 PM

    Hello David,

    Refer to the documents below to help to answer these some of these questions.

    Migration of Integration Scenarios from PI 7.1 to AEX of PI 7.3

    Generate a Migration Report from PI Dual-Stack to AEX

    Regards
    Mark

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    Mar 07 at 07:30 AM

    Hi David,

    Hope you have successfully migrated your PI to 7.5.

    I am working in one project where i have to Migrate PI 7.1 to PI 7.5 with Dual Usage. It will great for me if you can share your experience and please share document on my below email address.

    modihiten@hotmail.com

    Thanks & Regards,

    Hiten Modi

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