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CE 7.1 & ESR


Shall I know the difference between CE 7.1 & ESR



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    Posted on Aug 04, 2008 at 03:34 AM

    Hi Edward ,

    check the below article.You can understand

    CE is like netweaver package with some advanced features.

    ESR is like Enterprise services repository ( webservices repository)

    Koti Reddy

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  • Posted on Aug 04, 2008 at 05:23 AM

    Hi edward,

    The Enterprise Service Repository (ESR) is now available as evaluation version for SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.1, SR3 (SAP NetWeaver CE). The ESR - with its service management features - completes the SAP NetWeaver CE to a comprehensive eSOA toolkit.

    SAP NetWeaver CE is the platform for service consumption and provision. It fullfills perfectly the needs and requirements that are important to realize the eSOA concept. However, searching and finding the right services in the eSOA area is one of the keys to produce speed and efficiency for designing eSOA application. ESR fills this gap. The ESR for CE provides easy and harmonized possibilities to search and find the needed services. It's optimized to orchestrate perfectly with CE during design & run time.

    Enterprise Service Repository for CE 7.1 SR3 available!

    Currently, only MaxDB 7.6 and SQL Server 2005 are supported. More information can be found in the Product Availability Matrix

    SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.1


    Having acentral repository offers several distinct advantages , includeing,

    Orderly development


    Easy of development

    Model driven development

    Service orchestrion



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