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EAI with Netweaver / XI


I`m in an evaluation process about the different EAI-Tools for my thesis. Currently I am researching about SAPs solution. So does anybody here has experience with the integration of applications (favoured heterogenous SAP/non-SAP-systems) using Netweaver or XI? It`s hard to find reliable informations about the "real quality" of this product...

Thanks for your help!


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  • Posted on Dec 08, 2004 at 07:59 PM

    Hi Sebastian,

    you can find tons of materials on our Service Marketplace or SDN or our public web.

    Personally have four SAP XI 4.0 projects, using AIX, HP-UX, WIN platform, file, EDIFACT, JDBC/Oracle, JDBC/MSSQL, HTTP, HTTPS, SOAP communication and it realy works 😊

    Do you have any concrete question?


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  • Posted on Dec 08, 2004 at 08:00 PM

    SAP XI 3.0 😊

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      Thanks for your answer and big sorry for my late response. I wasn`t at work in the last month.

      Well I have a list of (general) questions regarding SAP Netweaver and most of all XI. But first please let me know sth. about your experience with these products.

      So here are a few questions:

      1) How many adapter for integrating enterprise information systems does XI contain? Are they proved of value? What about JCA 1.5 compliance?

      2) Does XI make use of a SAP-developed middleware or an established one like MQSeries?

      3) What about pricing and licensing of Netweaver and XI? There`s nothing to find on and SAPs CRM-center doesn`t help much...

      4) Which of the following integration technologies does SAP Netweaver implements for integration (additionally to EnterpriseServices): EJB, JCA, other?

      I would be very happy about some objective answers.

      Thanks a lot!



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