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J2EE restart after deployment in PI 7.1 / EHP1

Hello,

I know that from PI 7.1 on, after each deployment with JSPM (e.g. of an .sca file) the J2EE engine will restart. That was not necessary in XI 3.0 / PI 7.0. Is this restart really necessary after EACH deployment? I heard it is possible to deploy without restarting the J2EE engine?

I also heard that with EHP1, this restart after each deployment is not necessary any more. Do you have further information on this?

Thanks,

Christoph

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  • Posted on Oct 12, 2009 at 03:18 PM

    Hi Christoph

    See note #1335523 FAQ: Deployment PI Patches in Release 7.1 and higher.

    Regards

    Mark

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      Hello,

      thanks for this hint.

      Well, actually I am not talking about a "standard" PI patch, but about a third party sca file (e.g. adapter module). In X 7.0, I did not have to restart the J2EE engine after I deployed this sca file, in PI 7.1 I obviously hafe to. But AFAIK the JSPM can be started with an option not to restart the JSPM during / after deployment. This SAP note does not mention this. Is there any information about this option?

      Thanks,

      Christoph

  • Posted on Oct 13, 2009 at 09:42 AM

    Hi

    See note #1125926 Patching components without restarting Java AS

    Regards

    Mark

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