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communication component for integration process (different swcv)

We had defined a communication component CP1 in Integration directory for integration process IP1 with SWCV 1.0. There is a new SWCV 2.0 and same integration process IP1.

What are our options?

a) do we delete the Communication component CP1 tied to IP1 (SWCV 1.0) and then re-create CP1 for IP1 (SWCV 2.0). With this approach, we don't need to delete the old interface determination / receiver agreements.

or

b) do we create a new communication component CP2 tied to IP1 (SWCV 2.0). In this scenario, we have to delete our old interface determination and receiver agreements

2) Does the SWCV in Receiver determination / Interface determination have any role ?

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    Posted on Apr 25, 2012 at 10:48 PM

    Do you maintain two versions of software component? If not dont need. You might increase the versions in software component, but you can still stick with one integration version objects all the times. There is no need for more than one version of configuration objects.

    >2) Does the SWCV in Receiver determination / Interface determination have any role ?

    No

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  • Posted on Apr 25, 2012 at 10:13 PM

    HI Krish,

    I suppose that if you have a new SWCV is because you don't need more the old version, why do you need to keep the old one then?, i would use the same communication component for the new one because if you develop more versions finally the configuration won't appear clear.

    Regards.

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