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MI 7.0 VS MI7.1

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can any one explain what are the advantages of MI 7.1 over MI 7.0?

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 12:48 PM

    In my experience one of the most interesting points is the new architecture that allows for prefetching and precalculation of data to be sent to the client before the client actually connects. This causes a lot of traffic on the backend if many clients connect at the same time, so this should be gone with 7.1.

    IMO many other things like not having to use the cryptic syncbo naming definitions SAP ships as standard issue for MAM and MAU are a very welcome part of 7.1. It remains to be seen how SAP will solve this issue with the new MAM version.

    HTH, Marco

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 05:12 PM

    Hi,

    please have a look here in this forum. There are already several tasks that handle this issue and with detailed discussion and links where you can find more informations about it.

    Shortly: The new Version MI7.1 is the lessons learned verison of MI. It has a much better performance, more stability, better UI handling on the device,.....

    But as I said, check the other tasks please, this will give you a very detailed overview already.

    Regards,

    Oliver

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