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SAP Netweaver 7.1 Version Explanation??

Hello All,

For some reason, this thread got locked ( SAP Netweaver 7.1 - Released? ), so I'm continuing it here.

As you may have guessed, I'm still confused too. Yes, I see that there is a 7.1 CE and a 7.1 PI. I also gather from the posts in the other thread, that there isn't going to be a single, all encompassing, Netweaver 7.1.

So, could someone tell me what other 7.1 releases are coming? Also, in my particular case, do I get the 7.1 CE distribution if I want to install the SAP Enterprise Portal? Or, like Rajesh asked, is there going to be a 7.1 EP distribution?

Thanks

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    Posted on Aug 04, 2008 at 02:01 PM

    Hi Tom,

    the thread was closed for a reason. The only usefull comment was made by Matt who gave you the official answer on this circumstances.

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    > So, could someone tell me what other 7.1 releases are coming? Also, in my particular case, do I get the 7.1 CE distribution if I want to install the SAP Enterprise Portal? Or, like Rajesh asked, is there going to be a 7.1 EP distribution?

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    > Thanks

    Currently there is no other 7.1 but PI, CE, and mobile. You currently cannot install a EP 7.1. Nevertheless there is a smaller version of the portal inside the CE - as it needs such.

    When the next version of NetWeaver is released or what it's name will be I currently cannot comment on.

    Whatever happens, you will be able to do upgrades of your NetWeaver applications to that next version.

    Regards,

    Benny

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