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Dec 11 2015

JD Edwards 9.2 Standalone (DEMO) Installation Tutorial

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Standalone 9.2 Install JD Edwards Enterprise One 9.2 Standalone Demo (Oracle version) on your PC or server with this step by step guide.Standalone

Very Important:

a. This version (according to the Oracle Docs) is designed to run on Windows 7 x64, Windows 2012 R2, Windows 8.1 Even you install successfully in another version of Windows 64, some business functions don’t work as expected, so, stay with Windows 7 or 2012 R2 or 8.1 x64 and everything should work as expected.

b. Before you start with anything, turn OFF your Anti-virus, Firewall and Disable UAC (User Access Control). For security purposes you could enable again the Firewall and Anti-virus AFTER the installation was completed.

c. From Release E920 OC4J is removed. So first we have to install Oracle Weblogic Server using 32 bit JDK

This procedure was a result from information that I gathered from tips from another users and “trial and error” tests. Suggestions and comments are always welcome.

Before we get started, if you find any issue, do read through the comments or visit the troubleshooting guide for 9.2 installation

Let’s start!

  1. Certification or MTR for JD Edwards Standalone can be verified from certification tab of support portal.

           Tips: JD Edwards Standalone Certification can be verified under product “JD Edwards Development client”

  1. We verified the certifications, now we need to install the below components for complete the installation of JD Edwards 9.2 Standalone Successfully.
  2. Software Download
  3. Prerequisites
  4. Installation of Oracle Web logic Server
  5. Installation of Oracle 12c Client
  6. Installation of Oracle E1local 12c DB
  7. Installation of Standalone Development client

Standalone 9.2, Oracle Welogic Server , Oracle 12c Client Setup files can be download from Oracle Software Delivery Cloud

  1. Software Download

In the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud home page, login using your credentials. Accept the “Export Restrictions” and this will lead to the Product Selection screen. For Product select “JD Edwards EnterpriseOne System Foundation” and Platform as “Microsoft Windows x64 (64-bit)

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JD Edwards 9.2 Standalone Setup files comes in 4 zip files .This setup files are divided in two parts JD Edwards Standalone components and Oracle Database 12c components.

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As JD Edwards is 32 bit software, we need to install Oracle 12C 32 bit clientfor DB connection. For Product select “Oracle Database Enterprise Edition” and Platform as “Microsoft Windows x64 (64-bit)

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Download the Oracle 12C 32 bit software (V47124-01.zip) setup file.

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Download the below Oracle Weblogic Sever (V44413-01.zip) Setup files from Edelivery.

For Product select “Oracle Weblogic Server Enterprise Edition” and Platform as “Microsoft Windows x86 (32-bit)

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Download the Oracle Web logic Server (V44413-01.zip) Setup file.

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  1. Prerequisites

JD Edwards E920 Standalone client requires some of the prerequisites software to works perfectly

  1. Installation of Oracle Weblogic Server

From Release 9.2, OC4J has been removed so we need to install Oracle Weblogic Server for installing Local Web client

The Standalone Web Client can be only Installed on Oracle WebLogic Server application server.

Extract the download weblogic setup (V44413-01 zip)file in desktop or any folder, we will get the jar file fmw_12.1.3.0.0_wls.jar.

Now Open the Command Prompt as Run administrator and use cd command to navigate to 32 bit Java Installed location( cd C:\Program Files (x86)\java\jdk1.7.0_91\bin) and run the weblogic Server Installer using the below command (Java -jar c:\users\JDE\Desktop\fmw_12.1.3.0.0_wls.jar)

Enter the Oracle_Home as per your requirement and once installation completed uncheck the automatically launch the configuration wizard as shown in the below screen shot and click on finish.

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Note: No need to create a domain for web logic server

  1. Install Oracle 12C 32 bit Client

From Release E920 with Oracle 12C 32 bit Client required non-administrator user for the Installation.

Unzip V47124-01.zip the file and run the Oracle Client Setup (“Setup.exe”) program.

Very important: Select Option 2 Administrator Option while installing Oracle DB 12c Client. Oracle Documentation state that “Runtime” also will work. So you may use them if running low on space.

Note: Oracle 12c 32 bit Client required non-administrator user for Installation, during the installation Enter the non-administrator user for installing Oracle 12c Client. If you already created non admin user use option 1 or use option 2 allow OUI to create non admin user ID.

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Now, it’s time to install Oracle E1local DB 12c and JDE standalone Client itself. The install process is divided in two parts: the first install the Oracle Database and the second the JDE Client. The four files that we downloaded earlier must be combined to make a working setup installation extract the four files and you will have a folder structure like this

V100564-01-zip, V97804-01-zip, V97805-01-zip, V97806-01-zip

  1. Move the contents from folder V97805-01-01 to folder V97806-01
  2. Move the contents from folder V97804-01-01 to folder V100564-01
  3. Now Move the contents from folder V97806-01-01 to folder V100564-01\ThirdParty\ORACLE

Note : Now rename the Folder V100564-01 as standalone. It has the correct structured installation setup files.

Follow the below screenshots

Extract all 4 Setup files

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  1. Move the contents from folder V97805-01-01 to folder V97806-01

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        2. Move the contents from folder V97804-01-01 to folder V100564-01

        3. Now Move the contents from folder V97806-01-01 to folder V100564-01\ThirdParty\ORACLE

Note : Now rename the Folder V100564-01 as standalone. It has the correct structured installation setup files.

 5. Install E1Local 12c DB

From Release E920, Oracle E1local DB 12C required non-administrator user for Installation. Run the “InstallManager.exe”.Click Enterpriseone Oracle 12c Database Engine on JD Edwards Install Manager

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In the next screen as we already created Non admin user while installing Oracle 12c 32 bit client, Use the Option 1 and provide the non-administrator credentials and click on Next. Once E1local 12C Successfully Installed, we will receive a saying that message “E1local successfully installed”. Now click yes to reboot the machine.

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Once this is completed, check the following

Oracle has noted that there is a problem with IMPDP.exe and EXPDP.exe in their 12c database client software.
The solution: Ensure that both the 32-bit client and the 64-bit client are both in your PATH. (ie: c:\app\oracle\product\12.1.0\client_1\bin;C:\Oracle\E1Local\bin). Rename the impdp.exe and expdp.exe in the c:\app\oracle\product\12.1.0\client_1\bin folder to impdp.exe.bak and expdp.exe.bak. The install will then use the impdp.exe from the database install and everything will work.  You can find the Path Envt variables in the System Settings (from control panel) – Advanced Tab – Environment Variables – System Variables

 

  1. Install JD Edwards E920 Standalone Client

Once Machine rebooted we are ready to Install JD Edwards E920 Standalone client. Open InstallManager.exe as run as administrator. Click EnterpriseOne Standalone client on JD Edwards Install Manager. Enter the Installation path as per your requirement (i.e C:\JDEdwards\E920_1).

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In the Next screen the select the package and click on next

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Tips: If you face error message “Unable to connect to Database” in this step.

Could be the configuration issue with listener.ora & tnsnames.ora. Best Practice Provide the Hostname(Instead of IP or Localhost) as machine name in both the files.

JDK will not be shipped with E920 Installer. Install JDK and provide the path of the JDK as below and click on Next

Summary: This screen will shows the information which we provided in the above Steps. Verify it once more before we click on Install button.

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JD Edwards Standalone E920 Installation will goes for minimum 2 hours and more ( Note : Time to complete the installation depends on Ram of your machine)

After the Installation of JD Edwards Standalone client completed, Installer automatically start to configure the Local web. During the local web configuration. We need to provide the web logic password(welcome1) for creating the domain and managed server for local web client as shown below

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Installation of Local Web client will takes sometimes to configure the Local Web client on Oracle Weblogic Server 12C. Click on Exit Once you received below message.

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Post Installation Task

Copy the file tnsnames.ora from the location C:\Oracle\E1local\Network\ADMIN to the location C:\app\Oracle\product\12.1.0\network\admin

Tips : Oracle 12c 32 client required for JD Edwards to connect to E1loccal (64 bit) DB & Main DB ( 64 bit)

Click on JD Edwards Icon on the Desktop and Enter username: DEMO, Password :DEMO.

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Now You will be successfully Logged into DEMO920 Environment

Verify the Login and Local web client

Open the JD Edwards icon on the desktop and Enter the username as DEMO and Password as DEMO. Now you will be able to login into JDE Fat client.

Go to Tools  EnterpriseOne Menu to start the local web client. It will start the web logic server , now Internet explorer will open the web client as shown belowStandaloneWe have installed JD Edwards 9.2 Demo Successfully. Cheers!!!

For those who have issues with the Demo installation – Attached are the ini files from Jerome (jde.ini, jdbj.ini, jdeinterop.ini)

Please register to download the attachments in JD Edwards 9.2 Standalone (DEMO) Installation Tutorial

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  1. Firas

    Hi,
    when running the local web client I’m getting the following error in the JAS log files:
    Failed to locate the enterprise server with OCM com.jdedwards.database.services.packagelookup.PackageLookupServiceException: Data source for DEFAULT, BSFN not found. ([OCM_DEFAULT_ENTRY_NOT_FOUND] The OCM does not contain a default entry for environment DEMO920.)

    com.jdedwards.database.base.JDBException: [OCM_DEFAULT_ENTRY_NOT_FOUND] The OCM does not contain a default entry for environment DEMO920.
    ———————————————————————————————————————
    the JDBJ.ini File:
    —————————————
    #=======================================================================
    # jdbj.ini – JDBj configuration
    #
    # This file contains configuration information for JDBj, which provides
    # general database access capabilities on behalf of J.D. Edwards Java
    # solutions.
    #=======================================================================

    #=======================================================================
    # OneWorld specific information
    #
    # These sections apply only when accessing OneWorld data. These
    # sections are ignored for standalone database access.
    #=======================================================================

    #———————————————————————–
    # Bootstrap session
    #
    # This information is used to sign on to provide access to system
    # tables. JDBj signs this user on via the security server at bootstrap-
    # time, so if it is not valid, then no OneWorld database access is
    # possible.
    #
    # NOTES: * This information in this section should match the
    # corresponding information specified in the
    # [DB SYSTEM SETTINGS] section of this installation’s JDE.INI
    # file.
    #———————————————————————–

    [JDBj-BOOTSTRAP SESSION]
    user=DEMO
    password=_
    environment=DEMO920
    role=*ALL

    #———————————————————————–
    # Bootstrap physical data source
    #
    # This defines the data source where the OCM and some other system
    # tables reside. JDBj uses this at bootstrap time and later to look up
    # OCM entries on demand. If it is not valid, then no OneWorld database
    # access is possible.
    #
    # Here is a description of each field in this section:
    #
    # —————- ————————————— ———–
    # Field Description Applies to
    # —————- ————————————— ———–
    # name The data source name. This is not that All
    # important for bootstrap connections,
    # but it does show up in error messages
    # and the log.
    # —————- ————————————— ———–
    # databaseType The database type. One of the All
    # following:
    #
    # I = AS/400
    # O = Oracle
    # S = SQL Server
    # W = UDB
    # —————- ————————————— ———–
    # server The server (i.e. the host). AS/400,
    # SQL Server
    # —————- ————————————— ———–
    # database The database. Oracle, UDB
    # —————- ————————————— ———–
    # serverPort The server port. SQL Server
    # —————- ————————————— ———–
    # physicalDatabase The physical database (used as library AS/400,
    # qualifier for AS/400). SQL Server
    # —————- ————————————— ———–
    # owner The owner. Oracle,
    # SQL Server,
    # UDB
    # —————- ————————————— ———–
    # lob Supports lobs. Oracle,
    #
    # AS/400
    # —————- ————————————— ———–
    # unicode Performs unicode conversion. SQL Server
    # —————- ————————————— ———–
    #
    # NOTES: * This information in this section should match the
    # corresponding information specified in the
    # [DB SYSTEM SETTINGS] section of this installation’s JDE.INI
    # file.
    #———————————————————————–

    [JDBj-BOOTSTRAP DATA SOURCE]
    name=System Local
    databaseType=E
    server=localhost
    serverPort=1521
    database=E1Local
    physicalDatabase=JDESY920
    owner=JDESY920
    lob=true
    unicode=true
    databaseInstance=

    #———————————————————————–
    # Bootstrap spec data source (Optional)
    #
    # This defines the data source where the serialized spec tables reside.
    # JDBj uses this at bootstrap time and after to look up serialized spec
    # objects on demand. If this section is not specified, then JDBj will
    # use the OCM to find the serialized spec table. If it is not valid, no
    # OneWorld database access is possible.
    #
    # See the description for “Bootstrap physical data source” above for
    # information about which fields must be filled in for a given database
    # platform.
    #———————————————————————–

    [JDBj-SPEC DATA SOURCE]
    name=Local – DEMO Specs
    databaseType=E
    server=localhost
    serverPort=1521
    database=E1Local
    physicalDatabase=JDEVL920
    owner=dbo
    lob=true
    unicode=true
    databaseInstance=ERROR
    user=JDEVL920
    password=JDEVL920

    #=======================================================================
    # END – OneWorld specific information
    #
    # The rest of the sections apply when accessing OneWorld and standalone
    # data.
    #=======================================================================

    #———————————————————————–
    # JDBC drivers
    #
    # This defines JDBC drivers and JDBC specific settings.
    #———————————————————————–

    [JDBj-JDBC DRIVERS]
    ORACLE=oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver
    #AS400=com.ibm.as400.access.AS400JDBCDriver
    #SQLSERVER=com.microsoft.jdbc.sqlserver.SQLServerDriver
    #UDB=COM.ibm.db2.jdbc.app.DB2Driver

    [JDBj-ORACLE]
    tns=C:\E920\DEMO\ini\sbf\Tnsnames.ora

    [JDBj-LOGS]
    jdbcTrace=false

    [JDBj-SERVER]
    dbcsConversionTolerant=true

    #———————————————————————–
    # Connection pool settings
    #
    # These are used only when J2EE connection pooling is not available.
    #———————————————————————–

    [JDBj-CONNECTION POOL]
    jdbcPooling=false
    minConnection=1
    maxConnection=5
    initialConnection=1
    poolGrowth=1
    connectionTimeout=1800000
    cleanPoolInterval=600000
    maxSize=50
    purgeCacheSize=5

    #———————————————————————–
    # JDBj Runtime properties
    #
    # These are all optional. They correspond to system runtime properties
    # applicable to JDBj logical connections.
    #
    # NOTES: * In each case, the values listed are the defaults. The
    # template default entries are commented out. Make sure
    # and remove the pound sign (#) when changing these values.
    #———————————————————————–

    [JDBj-RUNTIME PROPERTIES]

    ; Data cache entry size threshold property. Sets the maximum
    ; size (in rows) for a single entry in the data cache. If a
    ; potential entry exceeds this threshold, then it will not be
    ; cached. -1 indicates that all eligible entries should be
    ; cached.
    ;
    ; Valid values: -1 or greater

    # dataCacheEntrySizeThreshold=500

    ; Data cache entry threshold property. Sets the maximum size (in
    ; entries) for the data cache. If the data cache exceeds this
    ; size, then the least recently used entries are removed to
    ; make room for the new entry. -1 indicates that there is no
    ; maximum.
    ;
    ; Valid values: -1 or greater

    # dataCacheEntryThreshold=100

    ; E1Menu cache purge property. Sets the number of
    ; milliseconds after which inactive spec cache entries are
    ; purged. 0 means to never purge spec cache entries.
    ;
    ; Valid values: 0 or greater

    # E1MenuCachePurge=3600000

    ; Force single data source property. Indicates whether JDBj
    ; should force operations involving multiple database objects to
    ; run against a single data source. If this is true, JDBj will
    ; only resolve the physical data source for the first database
    ; object involved in a given operation. Otherwise, JDBj will
    ; resolve physical data sources for all database objects and
    ; throw an exception if a single operation spans multiple data
    ; sources.
    ;
    ; Valid values: true, false

    # forceSingleDataSource=false

    ; No where paren property. Certain TableIO system function
    ; queries require a long list of selections in the where clause
    ; without any intermediate parentheses. Specifying a composite
    ; selections alone for this case creates intermediate
    ; parentheses. If this property is set to a true then the JDBj
    ; will create SQL without any intermediate parenetheses.
    ;
    ; Valid values: true, false

    # noWhereParen=false

    ; Result set timeout property. Sets the the number of
    ; milliseconds for the result set timeout. A result set will
    ; timeout if it has not had any operations for a period of time.
    ;
    ; Valid values: -1 or greater

    # resultSetTimeout=60000

    ; Retry interval property. Sets the interval (in milliseconds)
    ; to wait before retrying idempotent database operations. -1
    ; means not to retry, 0 means retry immediately.
    ;
    ; Valid values: -1 or greater

    # retryInterval=0

    ; Retry maximum property. Sets the number of times to retry
    ; idempotent database operations. -1 means to retry
    ; indefinitely.
    ;
    ; Valid values: -1 or greater

    # retryMaximum=5

    ; Spec consistency check property. Sets the level of spec
    ; consistency checking. Set this property to a higher level to
    ; improve exception messages relating to spec inconsistency
    ; problems. Set this to a lower level when it is not needed
    ; since it may degrade performance.
    ;
    ; Valid values: full, minimal, none

    # specConsistencyCheck=minimal

    ; Spec generate on demand property. Indicates whether JDBj
    ; should generate specs on demand if it can not find them
    ; in the persistent cache.
    ;
    ; Valid values: true, false

    specGenerateOnDemand=true

    ; Transaction isolation property. Sets the isolation level to be
    ; used for transactions.
    ;
    ; Valid values: default, none, read uncommitted, read committed,
    ; repeatable read, serializable

    # transactionIsolation=default

    ; Transaction timeout property. Sets the number of milliseconds
    ; for the transaction timeout. A transaction will timeout if it
    ; has not had any operations for a period of time. If this
    ; timeout is set to a -1 then the transaction timeout feature
    ; will be disabled. (This currently only happens when JDBj is
    ; run as part of a JAS transaction.)
    ;
    ; Valid values: -1 or greater

    # transactionTimeout=120000

    ; Trigger auto fetch property. Indicates whether JDBj should
    ; automatically fetch rows to be changed in order to pass them
    ; to OneWorld triggers. This is needed for certain triggers to
    ; work properly.
    ;
    ; Valid values: true, false

    # triggerAutoFetch=false

    ; Updatable result set timeout property. Sets the the number of
    ; milliseconds for the updatable result set timeout. An
    ; updatable result set will timeout if it has not had any
    ; operations for a period of time. -1 indicates that updatable
    ; result sets should have the same value as RESULT_SET_TIMEOUT.
    ;
    ; Valid values: -1 or greater

    # updatableResultSetTimeout=-1

    ; Usage execution threshold property. Sets the expected maximum
    ; time (in milliseconds) for a single database operation to
    ; execute. If a single database operation takes longer than this
    ; threshold, then the statement and time will be logged as part
    ; of usage tracking.
    ;
    ; Valid values: 0 or greater

    usageExecutionThreshold=20000

    ; Usage fetch size threshold property. Sets the expected maximum
    ; fetch size (in rows) for a single fetch to return. If a single
    ; fetch returns more than than this threshold, then the actual
    ; fetch size will be logged as part of usage tracking. -1
    ; indicates that any fetch size is valid.
    ;
    ; Valid values: -1 or greater

    usageFetchSizeThreshold=500

    ; Usage result set open threshold property. Sets the expected
    ; maximum time (in milliseconds) for a result set to remain
    ; open. If a result set is left open longer than this threshold,
    ; then the result set and time will be logged as part of usage
    ; tracking. This does not automatically close the result set. A
    ; usage result set open threshold value of -1 indicates that no
    ; such usage tracking will occur.
    ;
    ; Valid values: -1 or greater

    # usageResultSetOpenThreshold=60000

    ; Usage tracking property. Enables or disables usage tracking.
    ; This provides additional tracking and logging to use during
    ; testing. Usage tracking does incur a performance penalty so it
    ; should be disabled for production code.
    ;
    ; Valid values: true, false

    # usageTracking=false

    ; Usage tracking output property. Specifies the destination of
    ; usage tracking output.
    ;
    ; Valid values: log, exception

    # usageTrackingOutput=log

    ; Usage transaction active threshold property. Sets the expected
    ; maximum time (in milliseconds) for a transaction to remain
    ; active. If a transaction is left active longer than this
    ; threshold, then the transaction and time will be logged as
    ; part of usage tracking. This does not automatically rollback
    ; the transaction. A usage transaction active threshold value of
    ; -1 indicates that no such usage tracking will occur.
    ;
    ; Valid values: -1 or greater

    # usageTransactionActiveThreshold=120000

    ; Maximum number of parallel application generators.
    ; Controls how many serialized JAVA application
    ; objects can be generated at one time.
    ; For a low-power server, use a lower value.
    ; For a high-power server, use a higher value.
    ;
    ; valid values: 1 or greater

    # ParallelAppGens=10

    #=======================================================================
    # END OF FILE
    #=======================================================================

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    1. JDEE1Tips

      Whats exactly your problem ? can you send the screenshot of your issue to our mail id ?

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  2. Firas

    Hi,
    I completed the DEMO 9.2 installation successfully, but when I run the local web client, I’m getting the following error in the JAS log files:
    Failed to locate the enterprise server with OCM com.jdedwards.database.services.packagelookup.PackageLookupServiceException: Data source for DEFAULT, BSFN not found. ([OCM_DEFAULT_ENTRY_NOT_FOUND] The OCM does not contain a default entry for environment DEMO920.)
    com.jdedwards.database.base.JDBException: [OCM_DEFAULT_ENTRY_NOT_FOUND] The OCM does not contain a default entry for environment DEMO920.

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  3. Firas

    I’m unable to run any application under the local web client. I’m getting “System criticla error , conact systsm admin”.

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    1. JDEE1Tips

      Firas,

      Seems like you are missing the OCM entry as per the log file or your INI files are having wrong entry. Discussing further here will not help you.

      Best solution will be involving some good CNC to remote connect your system and fix the issue ( If you want , you can contact our Remote CNC team ([email protected]) to look into this issue )

      Or try to reconfigure the local web client using Webdevfeature to see whether it fix your issue.

      Best Regards
      Karthickrajan K

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      1. Firas

        Hi,
        I sent email to ([email protected]) but got “Address not found”.

        Please, advise.

        Regards,

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        1. Firas

          Hi,
          My issue is resolved.
          In the Initial installation I selected Production objects option. I reinstalled the Standalone Demo and selected the option to install development objects.

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          1. JDEE1Tips

            Great Nice to hear !

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        2. JDEE1Tips

          Sorry , unfortunately we had an issue with our mail account when you sent a mail to us.

          Its fixed now , You can contact us at anytime !

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  4. Lepraik

    Please can you assist me with a Standalone Installation error – Install JD Edwards E920 Standalone Client

    I have followed the JD Edwards 9.2 Standalone (DEMO) Installation Tutorial to the letter, and during the last stage of the process using the JD Edwards Install Manager to run the “EnterpriseOne E920 Standalone Client”, the following error message is generated:

    There is a problem with the selected package or the setup on your machine.
    Please see log …… for more details or select a different package.

    C:\Program Files\Oracle\Inventory\logs

    INFO: detached tool list getting prepared fo comp: Oracle Database 12c
    INFO: cfsession hashcode for exit only tools: 996286438
    INFO: hashcode for action: 1239873483
    INFO: No of ExitOnly Tools: 0
    INFO: saving exit only tools …
    INFO: no detached only tools in this session
    INFO: exit-only tools are created in single installation
    INFO: no. of sets of tools to be run: 0
    INFO: ca page to be shown: false
    INFO: exitonly tools to be excuted passed: 0
    INFO:
    *** End of Installation Page***
    The cloning of E1Local was successful.

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    1. JDEE1Tips

      Is it a fresh Install ? Most Probably this error message will come due to in proper registry value . Did you installed any JD Edwards Version on this machine before ?

      Check whether you have the registry setting HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\JDEdwards in your machine.

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  5. mainakraychowdhury

    Great, Thanks was able to install JDE 9.2 on my Windows 10 machine and is working fine, thanks for the tutorial.

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