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shouldn't there be jcontrol/jlaunch pid's running on an XI system?

Hi Folks - I'm a little rusty on XI (and JAVA stacks in general) and would appreciate some help.  We have a NW740 XI/PI system....it's a dual stack....and so my understanding has always been that XI/PI involves/requires both ABAP stack and a JAVA stack (the JAVA stack being what stuff like the Integration Builder/Integration Repository/Directory runs in).

And usually when I think of a JAVA stack running - I expect to be able to verify this by seeing pid's like "jlaunch" or "jcontrol" running @ the O/S level.

Please see the attached doc - I do not see those running in our case.  There is an SCS instance installed and I can see pid's running for that though.

QUESTION:  What should be seen running @ the O/S level to verify we have a JAVA stack running?  Does it depend on the SAP version (we have a very new release so not sure if something's changed w/ the architecture here)

Thanks!

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And yes.. This is not XI any more.. Call it PI

From NW 7.1, startup and control framework was changed and now we have jstart.

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