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what are the major diff between xi 7.0 and xi 3.0

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2008 at 06:22 AM

    hi ramana

    From functional point, there is no difference between XI3.0 and PI7.0. There are changes only wrt SP. For every SP release on PI7.0 a corresponding SP for XI3.0 is also released.

    PI is nothing but Process Integration. As XI is represented in the Process Integration layer of the Netweaver Stack, it is now PI.

    In order to bring all Netweaver releases in line with each other, SAP has released XI as PI. Now it is a part of NetWeaver 2004s

    A comparision of the service packs in 2004 and 2004s;

    in 2004 - in 2004s

    SP12 & < - SP04

    SP13 + 14 - SP05

    SP15 - SP06

    SP16 - SP07

    SP17 - SP08

    SP18 - SP09

    For release notes ref:http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/cf/9844428e9cbe30e10000000a155106/frameset.ht

    regards

    chandra

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2008 at 06:27 AM

    XI Vs PI

    There is not much difference between XI 3.0 with latest Service Pack i.e. 20 or 21 and PI 7.0

    The main difference between 3.0 and 7.0 is the GUI in SLD. But, it is pretty easy to adopt. All other components, e.g. IR, ID, RWB, should virtually be identical.

    7.0 also contain some SCM contents not available from 3.0. For most of us, this is a non-issue.

    In 7.0 we can schedule a background job and edit the payload.

    XI3.0 is based on WAS(web application server)6.40 - NW2004

    PI7.0 is based on WAS(web application server)7.0 - NW2004's

    Service packs in 2004 and 2004s;

    in 2004 - in 2004s

    SP12 & < - SP04

    SP13 + 14 - SP05

    SP15 - SP06

    SP16 - SP07

    SP17 - SP08

    SP18 - SP09

    ref:http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/cf/9844428e9cbe30e10000000a155106/frameset.htm

    See This Thread on the Same Discussion

    Diff between XI and PI

    http adaptor on which factors we will use

    differences-between-xi-30-and-pi-70

    difference-changes-from-xi-30-to-pi-70

    give me main advantages of XI-7.0 TO XI-3.0

    XI 7.0 vs Xi 3.0

    XI/PI

    XI vs. PI

    XI 3.0 vs. PI (XI 7.0)

    Difference/ changes from XI 3.0 to PI 7.0

    moving from XI 3.0 to PI 7

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/wiki?path=/display/xi/xi%2band%2bpi%2bglossary

    Thanks

    Swarup

    Edited by: Swarup Sawant on Jun 12, 2008 8:27 AM

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2008 at 06:20 AM

    Hi Rama,

    For each SP in XI3.0 there is a corresponding SP being released for PI (XI 7.0). A comparison of the service packs in 2004 and 2004s:

    In 2004 - In 2004s

    SP12 & lower = SP04

    SP13 + 14 = SP05

    SP15 = SP06

    SP16 = SP07

    SP17 = SP08

    SP18 = SP09

    Currently XI3.0 is with latest SP 21 and PI 7.0 is with SP 12.

    Lookout for my reply in Difference

    Go thru the following links. would definitely help u.

    All the diff between XI 3.0 and PI 7.0

    Difference/ changes from XI 3.0 to PI 7.0

    Differences between adapters

    The main difference is Web Application Server(WAS)

    XI3.0 is based on WAS 6.40 - NW2004

    PI7.0 is based on WAS 7.0 - NW2004's

    /people/daniel.bianchin/blog/2007/12/19/all-you-wanted-to-know-about-sap-netweaver-pi-71-and-more

    Added features in PI7.1,

    https://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/x/c54

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/wiki?path=/display/profile/2007/07/27/briefdescriptionaboutEnhancementinPI7.1&

    All you wanted to know about SAP NetWeaver PI 7.1 and more...

    PI7.1

    Display Adapter Synchronous Message Content in RWB of PI 7.1

    /people/william.li/blog/2008/02/07/display-adapter-synchronous-message-content-in-rwb-of-pi-71

    SAP PI 7.1 Mapping Enhancements Series: Using Graphical Variable

    /people/william.li/blog/2008/02/13/sap-pi-71-mapping-enhancements-series-using-graphical-variable

    Monitoring the IDOC Adapter in XI/PI using IDX5

    /people/kamalkumar.ramakrishnan/blog/2008/02/13/monitoring-the-idoc-adapter-in-xipi-using-idx5

    Point-to-Point Connection using ABAP in SAP using PI 7.1

    /people/william.li/blog/2008/02/13/point-to-point-connection-using-abap-in-sap-using-pi-71

    SAP PI 7.1 Mapping Enhancements Series: Parameterized Message Mappings

    /people/jin.shin/blog/2008/02/14/sap-pi-71-mapping-enhancements-series-parameterized-message-mappings

    SAP NetWeaver Process Integration 7.1: Mapping Enhancements Blog Series

    /people/jin.shin/blog/2008/02/14/sap-netweaver-process-integration-71-mapping-enhancements-blog-series

    SAP PI 7.1 Mapping Enhancements Series: Copy XML Subtree

    /people/william.li/blog/2008/02/14/sap-pi-71-mapping-enhancements-series-copy-xml-subtree

    SAP PI 7.1 Mapping Enhancements Series: Correct Structural Inconsistencies

    /people/jin.shin/blog/2008/02/15/sap-pi-71-mapping-enhancements-series-correct-structural-inconsistencies

    SAP PI 7.1 Mapping Enhancements Series: Graphical Support for JDBC and RFC Lookups

    /people/jin.shin/blog/2008/02/15/sap-pi-71-mapping-enhancements-series-graphical-support-for-jdbc-and-rfc-lookups

    if found worth pls do the req

    Thanx

    Sampath

    Edited by: venkata sampath on Jun 12, 2008 8:20 AM

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  • Posted on Jun 12, 2008 at 06:22 AM

    Hi Rama,

    SAP XI 3.0 SP16

    The first phase of nine (9) iWay Adapters for NetWeaver 04 - XI 3.0 SP16 was released on March 3, 2006 in concert with SAP's Release of NetWeaver Exchange Infrastructure SP16.

    iWay Adapters for XI, Release SP16 Phase 1 includes 9 SAP XI adapters for: AS2, CICS, Corba, HL7, IMS/TM, Oracle Applications, Siebel, SWIFT, and Tibco.

    The remaining set of ten (10) version SP16 iWay Adapters for NetWeaver 04 - XI 3.0 are scheduled to be released as SP16 Phase 2, on Friday, March 10, 2006.

    All nine SP16-Phase 1 versions of the iWay Adapters for NetWeaver XI suite have been released for use with SAP NetWeaver 04, X.I 3.0 on 5 Operating System platforms; MS Windows, AIX, HPUX11, Linux, and Solaris. See the iWay Adapters for NetWeaver XI PAM for details on supported platforms.

    These versions of the iWay adapters for SAP NetWeaver XI have been fully tested for SP16 compatibility, and for new iWay adapter functionality in the HL7 adapter, and also for corrections to customer reported problems in the IMS/TM adapter.

    Note that internal labeling in the SP16 adapter components is as follows. The .sda files are each identified internally to XI and shown on SAP SDM screens as version SP16.1031. The corresponding Adapter Metadata version number (displayed in the "Type" field visible from the XI Integration Builder:Config tool) is also displayed as SP16 1031.

    New in iWay XI Adapters - SP16

    The SP16 Release of iWay XI Adapters includes;

    1) iWay XI Adapter Framework and individual adapter general fixes which were corrected since the last XI Adapter Release, SP15 on January 23, 2006,

    2) iWay Software designed & customer requested adapter enhancements,

    • HL7 - addition of the option to persist, or re-use, connections in HL7-MLLP transport protocol adapters.

    • HL7 - Removal of the non-functional Re-Use connections option control in Configuration Builder:Design for the TCP Transport Protocol.

    3) iWay Software Corrections;

    • IMS/TM - add the capture of specific IMS errors. Properly handle and report the errors.

    SAP XI 3.0 SP15

    The first phase of nine (9) iWay Adapters for NetWeaver 04 - XI 3.0 SP15 was released on Jan 13, 2006 following SAP's Release of NetWeaver Exchange Infrastructure SP15.

    The SP15 Phase 1 adapters were released for XI running on the Windows operating system platform, and 4 UNIX operating sytem platforms; AIX, HP-UX11, Linux, and Solaris.

    iWay Adapters for XI, Release SP15 Phase 1 includes 9 SAP XI adapters for: AS2, CICS, Corba, HL7, IMS/TM, Oracle Applications, Siebel, SWIFT, and Tibco.

    The Phase 2 set of iWay Adapters for NetWeaver 04 - XI 3.0 SP15 was released on Friday, January 20, 2006.

    The SP15 Phase 2 adapters include; AS1, Baan, JD Edwards OneWorld, JD Edwards World, PeopleSoft, QAD/MFGPro, TN3270, TN5250, Transora, and UCCNet.

    All 19 SP15 versions of the iWay Adapters for NetWeaver XI suite have been released for use with SAP NetWeaver4, X.I 3.0 on 5 Operating System platforms; MS Windows, AIX, HPUX11, Linux, and Solaris. See the iWay Adapters for NetWeaver XI PAM for details on supported platforms.

    These versions of the iWay adapters for SAP NetWeaver XI have been fully tested for SP15 compatibility, and also for new iWay adapter functionality in the AS2, SWIFT, and HL7 adapters.

    Note that internal labeling in the SP15 adapter components is as follows. The .sda files are each identified internally to XI and shown on SAP SDM screens as version SP15.1029. The corresponding Adapter Metadata version number (displayed in the "Type" field visible from the XI Integration Builder:Config tool) is also displayed as SP15 1029.

    New in iWay XI Adapters - SP15

    The SP15 Release of iWay XI Adapters includes;

    1) iWay XI Adapter Framework and individual adapter general fixes which were corrected since the last XI Adapter Release, SP14-Phase 2 of November 23, 2005,

    2) iWay Software designed & customer requested adapter enhancements,

    • SWIFT - Improved handling of batched SWIFT messsages

    • AS2 - Further improvements for MDN correlation monitoring

    3) iWay Software New Features;

    • HL7 - adding TimeStamp in filename for File transport protocol

    4) Other notes:

    • AIX - In first-time AS1 or AS2 adapter installation on AIX, the IBM JVM for AIX must be patched per SAP Note 716927.

    • You can download the special "JDK 1.4.2 for SAP Customers" from: https://www14.software.ibm.com/webapp/iwm/web/preLogin.do?source=javasap

    SAP XI 3.0 SP14

    The first phase of eight (8) iWay Adapters for NetWeaver 04 - XI 3.0 SP14 were released on Oct 27, 2005 following SAP's Release of NetWeaver Exchange Infrastructure SP14. The SP14 Phase 1 adapters were released for XI running only on the Windows operating system platform.

    The Phase 2 set of iWay Adapters for NetWeaver 04 - XI 3.0 SP14 has been released today, Nov. 23, 2005.

    iWay Adapters for XI, Release SP14 Phase 2 includes 19 SAP XI adapters for: AS1, AS2, Baan, CICS, Corba, HL7, IMS/TM, JD Edwards OneWorld, JD Edwards World, Oracle Applications, PeopleSoft, QAD/MFGPro, Siebel, SWIFT, TN3270, TN5250, Tibco, Transora, and UCCNet.

    With this SP14-Phase 2 release, all 19 adapters in the iWay Adapters for NetWeaver XI suite have been released for use with SAP NetWeaver4, X.I 3.0 on all 5 Operating System platforms; MS Windows, AIX, HPUX11, Linux, and Solaris. See the iWay Adapters for NetWeaver XI PAM for details on supported platforms.

    This version has been fully tested for SP14 compatibility, and for new iWay adapter functionality in the AS1, AS2, SWIFT, and HL7 adapters.

    Note that internal labeling in the SP14 Phase 2 adapter components is as follows. The .sda files are each identified internally to XI and shown on SAP SDM screens as version SP14.1023. The corresponding Adapter Metadata version number (displayed in the "Type" field visible from the Integration Builder:Config tool) is also displayed as SP14.1023.

    New in iWay XI Adapters - SP14 Phase 2

    The SP14 Phase 2 Release of iWay XI Adapters includes;

    1) iWay XI Adapter Framework and individual adapter general fixes which were corrected since the last XI Adapter Release, SP13-Phase 2 of September 23, 2005,

    2) modifications for compatibility with new features or fixes in SAP XI Service Pack 14, including;

    • ability to handle correlation ids,

    • error info handling, and

    • message attributes handling.

    3) iWay Software designed & customer requested adapter enhancements,

    • SWIFT - Support for additional new SWIFT 2005 Standard Message Types.

    • AS2 - New ability to process both Synchronous and Asynchronous MDNs

    • HL7 - Re-verified Dictionaries and schemas for HL7 version 2.4 messages

    • HL7 - Re-verified Dictionaries and schemas for HL7 version 2.3.1 messages

    • HL7 - including individual schemas per MessageType per Version

    • HL7 - Field separator generation for missing optional field

    • HL7 - HL7In (HL7toXML) XML conformance to schema fixes

    • HL7 - support for repeatable groupList(s) of segment(s)

    • HL7 - Sequence validation of segments (and group)

    • HL7 - Message structure validation

    • HL7 - support for special character in free-text fields (comma)

    4) iWay Software New Features;

    • HL7 - adding TimeStamp in filename for File transport protocol

    • HL7 - HL7 Batch Files support

    • HL7 - custom segment terminator support (CR, LF, CRLF)

    5) Other notes:

    • AIX - The IBM JVM for AIX must be patched per SAP Note 716927.You have to download the special "JDK 1.4.2 for SAP Customers" from: https://www14.software.ibm.com/webapp/iwm/web/preLogin.do?source=javasap

    SAP XI 3.0 SP13

    The first phase of eight (8) iWay Adapters for NetWeaver 04 - XI 3.0, SP13 were released on July 29, 2005 along with SAP's Release of NetWeaver Exchange Infrastructure SP13.

    The remaining Phase 2 set of iWay Adapters for NetWeaver 04 - XI 3.0 SP13 has been released today, Aug. 23, 2005. Release SP13 Phase 2 includes XI adapters for: AS2, Baan, HL7, JD Edwards World, MFGPro, PeopleSoft, SWIFT, TN3270, TN5250, Transora, and UCCNet.

    With this SP13-Phase 2 release, all 19 adapters in the iWay Adapters for NetWeaver XI suite have been released for use with SAP NetWeaver4, X.I 3.0 on all 5 Operating System platforms; MS Windows, AIX, HPUX11, Linux, and Solaris. See the iWay Adapters for NetWeaver XI PAM for details on supported platforms.

    This version has been fully tested for SP13 compatibility, and for new iWay adapter functionality in the SWIFT, AS2, and HL7 adapters.

    Note that internal labeling in the SP13 Phase 2 adapter components is as follows. The .sda files are each identified internally to XI and shown on SAP SDM screens as version SP13.1013. The corresponding Adapter Metadata version number (displayed in the "Type" field visible from the Integration Builder:Config tool) is displayed as SP13.1014. This apparent discrepancy is by design, and will not affect the operation or performance of any SP13 adapter.

    New in iWay XI Adapters - SP13 Phase 2

    The SP13 Phase 2 Release of iWay XI Adapters includes;

    1) iWay XI Adapter Framework and individual adapter general fixes which were corrected since the last XI Adapter Release, SP12-Phase 2 of June 24, 2005,

    See below for details

    2) modifications for compatibility with XI Service Pack 13,

    • Completion of the compatability with the XI Adapter Monitoring feature that was implemented in SAP XI-SP12.

    • No other changes in XI interfaces were made in iWay Adapters-SP13.

    3) iWay Software designed & customer requested adapter enhancements,

    • SWIFT - New SWIFT engine extending support to include SWIFT 2005 Standards.

    • SWIFT - Support for 16 new SWIFT 2005 Standard Message Types.

    • SWIFT - Added support for embedded ACK handling

    • AS2 - New ability to process both Synchronous and Asynchronous MDNs

    • HL7 - Addition of MLLP as both inbound and outbound Transport Protocol

    4) SAP New SP-13 Features and Enhancements

    • All new XI SP-13 Enhancements will be implemented in the next iWay XI Adapters SP, SP-14, scheduled for release during the week of Oct 3, 2005.

    5) Specific changes to SP13-Phase 2 XI adapters

    • Improved inbound Connection handling / Oracle Applications

    • Persistence Tool Enhancements / CICS, IMS, Persistence

    • "Set Additional Parameters" Handling / All adapters, Container Level

    • Ability to generate deliverable ACKs via "Set Additional Parameters" / All adapters, XI Level

    • Improve handling of CICS XI default module parameters / CICS

    • Extended Siebel HTTP emitter as a Transport Protocol / Siebel

    SAP XI 3.0 SP12

    The first phase of nine (9) iWay Adapters for SAP NetWeaver 04 - SAP XI 3.0 SP12 were released on May 18, 2005 along with SAP's Release of SAP NetWeaver - SAP Exchange Infrastructure SP12. On June 24, an additional ten (10) iWay Adapters were released completing the full availability of the present iWay Adapters for SAP NetWeaver - SAP XI suite.

    Released for SAP XI SP12 are iWay Adapters for:

    AS/1, AS/2, Baan, CICS, CORBA, HL7, IMS/TM, JDEdwards OneWorld, JDEdwards World, ORACLE Applications, PeopleSoft, QAS/MFGPro, Siebel, SWIFT, Telnet 3270, Telnet 5250, Tibco Rendezvous, Transora, and UCCnet.

    These nineteen Certified Powered by SAP NetWeaver adapters have been tested for functionality and compatibility with SAP NetWeaver 04 - SAP XI 3.0 SP12 on the Windows, AIX, HPUX11, Linux, and Solaris platforms.

    New in iWay SAP XI Adapters - SP12

    The SP12 Release of iWay SAP XI Adapters includes:

    1) iWay SAP XI Adapter Framework and individual adapter general fixes which were corrected since the last SAP XI Adapter Release, SP1-Q105 of March 31,2005,

    • See below for details

    2) modifications for compatibility with SAP XI SP 12:

    • Implementation of the basic compatability with SAP XI Adapter Monitoring that was implemented in SAP XI-SP10.

    • No other changes in SAP XI interfaces were made in iWay Adapters-SP12.

    3) iWay Software designed & customer requested enhancements,

    • AS/2 - Message Monitoring Enhancements

    • AS/2 - Audit Log Enhancements

    4) SAP New Features and Enhancements

    • All new SAP XI enhancements will be implemented in the next iWay SAP XI Adapters SP13, scheduled for release on July 25, 2005.

    Specific Changes to SP12-Phase 1 SAP XI Adapters:

    • Handling different IDocument types. MSG ID and Correlation ID. Adding logging. / MQ

    • Context keys for MSG IDs / AF

    • Message ID mapping / AS2/CORE

    • Special Registers/IContext handling / IXTE

    • Error handling / AS1

    • correllation, adapter monitor, minor bug fixes / XI

    • eliminate adapter restart required after certain exceptions / XI

    • Improved error handling to be properly reflected in the / XI message monitor's audit log AS2/CORE

    • Changed the security protocol parameter to an enumeration. / AS2

    • Persistence import tool for SAP SDA. / Persistence

    • Included required libraries to run AE with JCA provider. / install

    • Proper handling of directories with spaces in argument line / Persistence

    • Corrected memory leak on special registers table for AS2, UCCnet and Transora adapters / IWXI Layer

    • Port of general fixes made in iWay Adapter for SWIFT VErsion 5.5 SP3 / SWIFT

    • Corrected FLAT XML flag in internal configuration parameter / TIBCO

    New highlights for SAP NetWeaver Process Integration 7.1 are:

    Enterprise Services Repository as a central storage location for enterprise service definitions and lifecycle management data for all enterprise services

    Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI) 3.0–compliant services registry for runtime management of enterprise services

    Improved support for standards such as Web Service Reliable Messaging (WS-RM), WS Policy, Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML)

    Extended support for high volume scenarios

    Business Activity Monitoring for process definition of milestone monitoring (event correlation)

    Improved SAP NetWeaver Administrator support for central configuration and administration of both mediated and point-to-point scenarios

    Further functional enhancements include:

    XML payload validation

    Process editor modeling enhancements: step groups, integrated alert management, configurable parameters

    Integration of human interaction (generic user decision)

    WS-BPEL 2.0 preview

    The message server and the enqueue server can be separated from the central instance (CI) to the ABAP SAP Central Services Instance (ASCS) in the ABAP stack

    also (recommended)

    In SAP NetWeaver 7.1 ,Only ASCS is supported

    SAP has changed the signatures of the relevant Java classes,So in these cases the Java coding effort should only be "mere syntax check".

    1. PI 7.0 is the part of Netweaver 2004s and PI 7.1 is key entity in eSOA.

    2. PI 7.1 have various mapping Enhancements as well as reusability of UDFs across the mappings etc. which is not available in PI 7.0

    3. PI 7.1 comes with the concept of folders for more flexibale and Organized way of developements.

    4.Advanced adapter engine is used in PI 7.1, which have overcome the various communication related limitations of previous versions

    5.High Volume support in PI 7.1

    SAP NetWeaver Process Integration 7.1 (SAP NetWeaver PI 7.1)

    You can use the ES Repository and Registry with SAP NetWeaver PI and take full advantage of the process integration capabilities of SAP NetWeaver. With the ES Repository, you can start modeling your business process and designing your interfaces, data types and mappings for the message exchange. The Integration Directory and Integration Server that are also available with SAP NetWeaver PI, enable you to configure and to run your business process in your individual system landscape.

    SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.1 (SAP NetWeaver CE 7.1)

    SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.1 offers full service provisioning capabilities, also for those who need to work with a lean development environment and do not focus on process integration. For those customers, the ES Repository and Registry offers capabilities for service provisioning and consumption

    PI7.1

    Display Adapter Synchronous Message Content in RWB of PI 7.1

    /people/william.li/blog/2008/02/07/display-adapter-synchronous-message-content-in-rwb-of-pi-71

    SAP PI 7.1 Mapping Enhancements Series: Using Graphical Variable

    /people/william.li/blog/2008/02/13/sap-pi-71-mapping-enhancements-series-using-graphical-variable

    Monitoring the IDOC Adapter in XI/PI using IDX5

    /people/kamalkumar.ramakrishnan/blog/2008/02/13/monitoring-the-idoc-adapter-in-xipi-using-idx5

    Point-to-Point Connection using ABAP in SAP using PI 7.1

    /people/william.li/blog/2008/02/13/point-to-point-connection-using-abap-in-sap-using-pi-71

    SAP PI 7.1 Mapping Enhancements Series: Parameterized Message Mappings

    /people/jin.shin/blog/2008/02/14/sap-pi-71-mapping-enhancements-series-parameterized-message-mappings

    SAP NetWeaver Process Integration 7.1: Mapping Enhancements Blog Series

    /people/jin.shin/blog/2008/02/14/sap-netweaver-process-integration-71-mapping-enhancements-blog-series

    SAP PI 7.1 Mapping Enhancements Series: Copy XML Subtree

    /people/william.li/blog/2008/02/14/sap-pi-71-mapping-enhancements-series-copy-xml-subtree

    SAP PI 7.1 Mapping Enhancements Series: Correct Structural Inconsistencies

    /people/jin.shin/blog/2008/02/15/sap-pi-71-mapping-enhancements-series-correct-structural-inconsistencies

    SAP PI 7.1 Mapping Enhancements Series: Graphical Support for JDBC and RFC Lookups

    /people/jin.shin/blog/2008/02/15/sap-pi-71-mapping-enhancements-series-graphical-support-for-jdbc-and-rfc-lookups

    Go through this links...

    difference-betwwen-pi70-and-pi71

    what-are-the-technical-differences-between-xi30pi7

    Regards,

    Vinod.

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2008 at 10:16 AM

    HI

    Difference b/w XI3.0 n PI7.0

    XI 3.0

    1.J2SE adapter engine replaced with J2EE Adapter engine.

    2. BPM was available from XI 3.0

    3. It is a Part of Netweaver 2004

    PI 7.0

    1XI renames as Process Integration(PI)

    2. It is a Part of Netweaver 2004s.

    3. Has all features of XI 3.0 and every SP of Pi 7.0 has a corresponding release for XI 3.0.

    4. Runs on WAS 7.0 and has same features as XI 3,0

    5.Adapter Enhancements in JMS,JDBC,.Conversion. Multimapping.. userdefined functions.

    the major difference is PI 7.0 is based on WAS 7.0

    1.All new features for XI 7.0 are almost same as for XI 3.0 at least till SPS 19.

    Some differences are as follows:

    u2022 Adapter Enhancements like JMS, JDBC, Oracle-JDBC and CIDX Enhancements

    u2022 New Conversion Agent,

    u2022 Receiver Determination Enhancements

    u2022 Multi mapping

    u2022 User defined enhancements

    u2022 Unbounded Processes (Integration Processes).

    2. One more difference is the ABAP stack (which is 7.0 and not 6.40) but from the developer point of view there is nothing new.

    3. PI 7.0 = XI 7.0

    4. For each SP in XI3.0 there is a corresponding SP being released for PI (XI 7.0). A comparison of the service packs in 2004 and 2004s:

    In 2004 - In 2004s

    SP12 & lower = SP04

    SP13 + 14 = SP05

    SP15 = SP06

    SP16 = SP07

    SP17 = SP08

    SP18 = SP09

    5. XI3.0 is based on WAS(web application server)6.40 - NW2004

    PI7.0 is based on WAS(web application server)7.0 - NW2004's.

    XI 3.0 runs on WAS 6.40 and is a part of Netweaver 2004.

    PI 7.0 runs on WAS 7.0 and is a part if Netweaevr 2004s.

    cheers

    reward points if found useful

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    Posted on Jun 14, 2008 at 11:38 AM

    Hi,

    XI 3.0

    1. J2SE adapter engine replaced with J2EE Adapter engine.

    2. BPM was available from XI 3.0

    3. It is a Part of Netweaver 2004

    4. It runs on WAS 6.40

    PI 7.0

    1. XI renames as Process Integration(PI)

    2. It is a Part of Netweaver 2004s.

    3. Has all features of XI 3.0 and every SP of Pi 7.0 has a corresponding release for XI 3.0.

    4. Runs on WAS 7.0 and has same features as XI 3,0

    5.Adapter Enhancements in JMS,JDBC,.Conversion. Multimapping.. userdefined functions.

    the major difference is PI 7.0 is based on WAS 7.0

    XI 7.1

    1. It is entity in eSOA(enterprise Service Oriented Architecture)

    2. Here UDF's are reusable

    3. Here advanced adapter engine is used, so it overcomes the various communication related

    limitations of PI 7.0.

    XI 2.0

    1. It has J2SE adapter engine.

    2. It doesn't have BPM's.

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 10:30 AM

    hi rama suryanarayana

    Try to close the thread if you get suitable answers....hope you got it..

    i think you got ample of replies

    DO ENCOURAGE SDNers

    Regards

    chandrakanth

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