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Difference in bit structure of Agentry Editor and Agentry server

Former Member
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Hi guys,

I want to develop an application using Agentry editor in a 32 bit system. And publish the application to a server which resides in a 64 bit system(both production and development server).

Is this feasible? Does the .agp or .agpz file created in a 32 bit editor compatible with 64 bit server?

thanks

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Former Member
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*.agp or *.agpz are intolerance of the computer bit type.

Stephen Streeter

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bill_froelich
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Not that it will affect you yet but it is important to note that it is highly likely that the 32-bit Agentry editor will be dropped in future releases of the platform.

Former Member
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SMP 3.0 only supports 64 bit servers, which Agentry is part of.  There is no stand alone Agentry Server in the SMP 3.0 line.

jason_latko
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Like Steve said, it will work fine. The export files from the Editor are just XML, so it doesn't matter which version of the Editor produced them.

Jason Latko - Senior Product Developer at SAP