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XI 2.0/ XI 3.0

Hello,

Going through documents and looking at a current XI 2.0 installation, it seems to me that there's quite a big difference between versions 2.0 and 3.0.

Will 4.0 also be a big version change and in other words, is it safe to start implementation with 2.0 and be able to painlessly upgrade to newer releases and still be able to use the benefits from newer releases (like BPM etc)?

Thanks

Guru Shetti

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    Posted on Apr 08, 2004 at 08:01 AM

    Guru,

    There are an important number of enhancements in XI 3.0 relative to XI 2.0. Still, the core functionality remains the same.

    No idea how difficult it is or will be to upgrade from XI 2.0 to XI 3.0.

    XI 4.0 is still a long way to go: 2005...

    Regards, Guy

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Guru,

      The development process remains essentially the same in the repository. The data types, message types, message interfaces, mappings are the same. The BPM is new and there is a good learning curve there. In the directory, there are new things to learn, party, channel etc.

      The transition to me was fairly easy (save for BPM) and I like the 3.0 features.

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