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Author's profile photo Mark Smyth

A brief history of SAP PI

Below is a brief description of the names and release dates of the different versions of SAP’s on-premise middleware product. This also includes the Maintenance schedule and provides useful links where you can find more details about each of the releases including release dates of Support Package Stacks.

Release Release to Customer (General Release) End of Maintenance More Product Information
Exchange Infrastructure – XI 2.0 16.12.2002 (16.05.2003) 31.12.2006 General Information on PAM
Exchange Infrastructure – XI 3.0 31.03.2004 (01.01.2005) 31.03.2010* General Information on PAM
Process Integration – PI 7.0 24.10.2005 (06.06.2006) 31.12.2017 General Information on PAM
Process Integration – PI 7.10 14.12.2007 (25.07.2008) 31.12.2020 General Information on PAM
Process Integration – PI 7.11 (EHP1) 20.03.2009 (31.07.2009) 31.12.2020 General Information on PAM
Process Integration – PI 7.30** 29.11.2010 (30.05.2011) 31.12.2020 General Information on PAM
Process Orchestration 7.31 (EHP1)** 21.11.2011 (16.05.2012) 31.12.2020 General Information on PAM
Process Orchestration 7.4** 10.05.2013 (10.05.2013) 31.12.2020 General Information on PAM
Process Orchestration 7.5*** 20.10.2015 (20.10.2015) 31.12.2027**** General Information on PAM

*Extended Maintenance ended 31.03.2013
**Dual Stack and Single Stack (AEX) installation options available
***Dual SID option available
****Extended Maintenance until 31.12.2030

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      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Thanks for consolidating.

      Author's profile photo Iliya Kuznetsov
      Iliya Kuznetsov

      Is it correct that XI "1.0" was some previously bought software?

      Author's profile photo Mark Smyth
      Mark Smyth
      Blog Post Author

      I have no idea about this!

      Author's profile photo Bibin VS
      Bibin VS

      Nice blog. When does the extended support for PI 7.0 ends?

      Author's profile photo Mark Smyth
      Mark Smyth
      Blog Post Author

      As per PAM there is no Extended Maintenance for PI 7.0. Also as per note 1648480 - Maintenance for SAP Business Suite 7 Software, there will be no Extended Maintenance for the Java side products. Maintenance for 7.0 runs until the end of 2017.

      Author's profile photo Iñaki Vila
      Iñaki Vila

      Great Mark,

      This is a question that PI developers usually receive of the clients.

      I only miss PI 7.01 and PI 7.02, although may be they are not considered as releases, are they?

      Regards.

      Author's profile photo Mark Smyth
      Mark Smyth
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Iñaki,

      The 7.01, 7.02 and 7.03 releases are Enhancement Packs for NW 7.0. There was no change to the PI release for any of these so I haven't listed these in the blog.

      Regards
      Mark

      Author's profile photo Iñaki Vila
      Iñaki Vila

      Hi Mark,

      Then, these are not the same cases that PI 7.11 and PI 7.31?

      Regards

      Author's profile photo Mark Smyth
      Mark Smyth
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Iñaki,

      Correct. The 7.11 and 7.31 releases brought considerable changes in the PI functionality but the 7.0x releases there was no change on the PI side.

      Regards

      Mark

      Author's profile photo Iñaki Vila
      Iñaki Vila
      Author's profile photo Mark Smyth
      Mark Smyth
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Iñaki,

      Thanks for the prompt. This is updated now for the new 7.5 release.

      Regards
      Mark

      Author's profile photo Iliya Kuznetsov
      Iliya Kuznetsov

      for 7.5 there is no Dual Stack option, but Dual SID is present.

      Author's profile photo Hubery Yao
      Hubery Yao

      Hello Lliya,

      You mean that PI 7.5 only has  the java single-stack? How to understand the dual SID.

      Thank you for your response.

      Many thanks & best regards,

      Hubery

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      thanks Mark Smyth