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J2SE adapter upgrade to PI 7.1

Hi,

is there anything special that needs to be changed

when moving those local (J2SE) adpaters from 7.0 to 7.1 ?

anyone already moved those pretty, little, file configuration based devils ? 😊

Thank you,

Regards,

Michal Krawczyk

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2009 at 11:30 PM

    Hi Michal,

    I have not done this so far, but I do not see much difference between 7.0 and 7.1. In opposite to the J2EE adapters, the jar file did not change here, so I assume that even the user modules will run without change.

    Just run the .bat files provided to save and restore the config files, like you do in any patch.

    Regards

    Stefan

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2009 at 04:32 PM

    Hello Michael,

    Just a clarification is J2SE adapters are supported in P7.0 yet..

    I read some of the documents that J2SE adapters aresupported only in XI 3.0 to support XI 2.0 implementation customers

    please clarify

    Rajesh

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    • Hi Michal,

      Unfortunately I dont have a PI 7.1 server to test.

      Michal are you facing any issue when working J2SE Adapters with PI 7.1?

      @Rajesh:

      >I read some of the documents that J2SE adapters aresupported only in XI 3.0 to support XI 2.0 implementation customers

      Though the document says it works for XI 3.0, it still works with PI 7.0 since the concept lies in posting the message to XI PIPELINE while sending from J2SE Adapter

      and on the way back from XI to J2SE Adapter Engine using one of the configured working servlet in J2SE Adapter Engine.

      Thanks,

      - Gujjeti.

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