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upgrading from 7.4 to 7.5 in sap po

Can any one tell me what are all the activities to be done from PI/PO for upgrading PO 7.4 to 7.5?

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  • Posted on Jun 07, 2018 at 01:51 AM

    Hello Palepu,

    As for PI/PO for upgrading PO 7.4 to 7.5, please check the following main note:

    1515223- SAP Process Integration and SAP Process Orchestration: Release Recommendation

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    Customers planning to migrate/upgrade to SAP Process Integration 7.5:
    SAP NetWeaver has discontinued dual-stack deployments as of release 7.4 with the exception of SAP Process Integration, see SAP NetWeaver Discontinues Dual Stack (http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-33703). With 7.5, there is no exception anymore, the dual-stack option for SAP Process Integration is not supported anymore. It has been replaced by a sort of dual usage type, i.e., it behaves like a PI dual-stack but both stacks the AS ABAP and the AS Java run on separate system IDs.
    An in-place upgrade from an SAP PI dual-stack of older release 7.0 and above has been supported from 7.5 SP1 onwards. However, after upgrading to SAP PI 7.5, you have to split the dual-stack system before you can use it productively. The dual-stack split procedure of the Software Provisioning Manager will then support the split of PI, see http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-48346. As a result, the end points of the stacks will change, so it is recommended to place a SAP Web Dispatcher, reverse proxy or any other load balancer in your landscape to shield your backend systems from this change. For more information about how to perform the split, refer to SAP note 2190371.
    If you like to install a fresh SAP Process Integration supporting the dual usage type, you first need to perform an installation of ‘Application Server ABAP for SAP Process Integration’, followed by performing an installation of ‘Application Server Java for SAP Process Integration’, both running on separate system IDs. Here, the AS Java uses the User Management Engine (UME) of the AS ABAP.
    However, in any case we strongly recommend to rather go for an SAP Process Orchestration installation which is SAP's strategic on-premise integration platform, see above.

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    Please also check the upgrade guide together.

    Best Regards,

    Liz

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  • Posted on Nov 07, 2019 at 04:40 PM

    Hello Mates,

    Now Netweaver 7.5 SP stack 16 is released. Please refer below link for easy reference:

    https://help.sap.com/viewer/825e9222e7ad4fe1988c6cc600bda779/7.5.16/en-US/db09af5a0c544eb89adb59bd256b6e61.html

    2784288 JDBC Sender Channel to poll at specific Cluster Node

    2799917 New Feature: Data Type Enhancement Editor in NDWS ESR

    2793249 Datatype Designer - Creating multiple rows at once

    2786478 File Adapter Polling Behavior in case of high load

    2789888 TriggerFileOption not working properly

    2793556 REST Adapter: Support more than 10 result HTTP headers

    2796326 New Feature: SAP NWA Background Job Processing Monitor - New background job type "Expire" (Monitor)

    2799475 New Feature: SAP Passports integration for HTTP polling adapters

    2784278 New Feature: XSRF token support for REST Adapter Servlet

    2795969 New Feature: Expire Job to update messages persist duration in db

    2797941 New Feature: SAP Passports enrichment

    2777683 New Feature: Archive Job - Delete phase robustness

    Thanks and Regards,

    Rajesh PS

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