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Mar 22 2012

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1 Standalone Released

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Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1 Standalone has been released on March 16th 2012. Both 32bit and 64bit versions of the Standalone are available. This would help relatively for those who have the 64bit OS’s installed on their machines. This version of the Standalone Client supports only the Oracle Enterprise Edition (OEE) as the local database.

You can download the 9.1 Standalone/Demo from the edelivery.oracle.com site.

As of writing this post, only the 64bit version of the E9.1 Demo is available for download.

To get this, login to the eDelivery site using your Oracle credentials, and then search for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne / MS Windows x64

Within it, select the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1 Applications/9.1 Tools Media Pack for Microsoft Windows (64-bit)

The complete installation steps for the E9.1 Standalone/Demo are given in the link below.
http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E24902_01/doc.91/e22499/toc.htm

Marcelo Santos has written up the summarized steps (for those who fret over reading Oracle docs) for JD Edwards Standalone 9.1 Installation here

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Deepesh M Divakaran

Deepesh MD is more of a Gizmo Geek, and a techie.
A very experienced Technical Consultant on Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, and OneWorld. As a consultant he has worked for wide range of industries, from Manufacturing, Media, Oil & gas etc. and has worked on re-engineering modules, and areas of customization.
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  1. sandevoir jean marc

    deepesh have you tried to install the standalone 9.1 .
    i have tried this week end but i face installation problems . (something wired beetween 64 b and 32 b )
    i took a full new windows 64 b and launched first the Oracle 64 b install , which went thru , then the 32 oracle (went trhu too )
    then the JDE Install where i cannot go further (package not correct)

    then i tried a linux install the deployment server for linux and suprise , the package found on the oracle site is a windows one .
    Anyway you could try ? and let us know if you face problems too
    thanks for any answer

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  2. Kuyax

    Hi jean,

    Please follow what the documentation gave by Oracle. I did it in Windows 7 (64 bit) and it was running well until the web.

    The keys are:

    1. Setup the Oracle Database.
    2. Setup JDE Client
    3. Download Oracle 11gR2 32 bit Client from E-delivery.
    4. Setup Client only, before that please remove the E1Local from xml files in inventory.
    5. Copy the tnsnames.ora from your c:\oracle\E1Local\admin\network\tnsnames.ora into your installed client directory (e.g c:\users\myapp\product\oracle\11.1.2\admin\network<– since this file was not there/no need to setup the listener, just copy.).
    6. Don't forget to reboot the machine after installation.

    Have a nice try and GUI.

    I did it in VirtualBox and it was running smoothly.

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  3. sandevoir jean marc

    thanks for your answer kuyax , i ll try again next week end
    but as of now , what i understood

    Oracle database needs the 32 bit client installed before you install the 64b which is not specified in the document from oracle. According to your comment i am quite confused.
    I tried both ways :
    64 db then 32 client >> error
    32 client then 64 db >>> went thru but the JDE install says that it does not find the E1Local ! which is running

    i did copy the tnsname and changed the path in order to get the 32b dll before the 64.
    Only thing i did not was to remove the xml files from the installs !

    Anyhow, when you say
    1 – install oracle database it seems to not be a piece of cake

    By the way how can i inquire in the created db E1local / in fact i tried to look into thru sql developer but need the connexion profile and pass thru tns which seems to be different to those i know

    any answer welcome

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  4. Marcelo Santos

    People,

    I’m installed successfully in a Windows XP 64 bit, following these steps:

    1. Download and install .NET 2.0 64 Bit framework. After install, reboot the machine.
    2. Download the Oracle 11G R2 32 Bit Windows Client and install. Pay attention to select “Runtime” in the options. Reboot the machine.
    3. Now, proceed to install Oracle Database from Install Manager Menu (Stand Alone Installer). When prompted, reboot.
    4. Now, proceed to install the JDE Stand Alone 9.10 Client itself (second option in Install Manager Menu). Pay attention to the path for both parameters:

    “http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E24902_01/doc.91/e22499/ch_instclient.htm#CIHFCEEG

    Following the above examples, you would now have two Oracle Homes:

    The first Oracle Home is the Oracle Home of the database; it has these properties:

    Oracle Home Path

    C:\Oracle\E1Local

    Oracle Home Name

    E1Local

    The second Oracle Home is the Oracle Home of the Standalone Client; it has these properties:

    Oracle Home Path

    C:\JDEdwards\E910

    Oracle Home Name

    JDE_Standalone_Home”

    Wait to install process to finish.

    Remember:

    When you download the 4 files from edelivery, you must unzip them in a specific order. Read the README.TXT file that is inside the V30799-01.zip file.

    Good Luck!

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  5. Marcelo Santos

    OK, It’s appears that XP64 is not a good ideia… I’m getting “Cannot Find Security Server” Error.
    I’m installing a Win7 64, and try the same way.

    Hold on!

    Marcelo.

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  6. Marcelo Santos

    Nope. The same Error, even in Win7 64 or WinXP 64. I guess I’m missing something, but, at least, the error (-1 or 1) is gone.

    Marcelo.

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  7. Marcelo Santos

    That’s It! the step that Kuyax told above must be followed:

    “5. Copy the tnsnames.ora from your c:\oracle\E1Local\admin\network\tnsnames.ora into your installed client directory (e.g c:\users\myapp\product\oracle\11.1.2\admin\network<– since this file was not there/no need to setup the listener, just copy.). "

    This solve the problem regarding the Security Server. Now, I must solve other regarding "Business Function Library Load Failed – Cobjlib.dll".

    Marcelo.

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  8. Marcelo Santos

    Yeah! Finally, I installed successfully. With no errors, warnings, nothing. Must be a Win7 64 Bits, WinXP 64 doesn’t work.

    The steps above must be followed, and work as expected.

    Marcelo.

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  9. sandevoir jean marc

    Guys ,thanks for your research so if i recap

    Install in a Windows 7 64 bit, following these steps:

    1. Download and install .NET 2.0 64 Bit framework. After install, reboot the machine.
    2. Download the Oracle 11G R2 32 Bit Windows Client and install. Pay attention to select “Runtime” in the options. Reboot the machine.
    3. Now, proceed to install Oracle Database from Install Manager Menu (Stand Alone Installer). When prompted, reboot.
    4. Pay attention to the path put the 32b before the 64b
    5. Now, proceed to install the JDE Stand Alone 9.10 Client itself (second option in Install Manager Menu).
    6. Copy the tnsnames.ora from your c:\oracle\E1Local\admin\network\tnsnames.ora into your installed client directory (e.g c:\users\myapp\product\oracle\11.1.2\admin\network<– since this file was not there/no need to setup the listener, just copy.). "

    And it should be running.

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  10. Marcelo Santos

    sandevoir, the client doesn’t run on WinXP 64, at least in my tests.

    So, if you will install in Win7 64, is not necessary to download and install .NET 2.0, and I didn’t changed the path. I followed these steps:

    1. Download the Oracle 11G R2 32 Bit Windows Client and install. Pay attention to select “Runtime” in the options. Reboot the machine.
    2. Now, proceed to install Oracle Database from Install Manager Menu (Stand Alone Installer). When prompted, reboot.
    3. Now, proceed to install the JDE Stand Alone 9.10 Client itself (second option in Install Manager Menu).
    4. Copy the tnsnames.ora from your c:\oracle\E1Local\admin\network\tnsnames.ora into your installed client directory (e.g c:\users\myapp\product\oracle\11.1.2\admin\network<– since this file was not there/no need to setup the listener, just copy).

    I noticed that support for additional languages is not implemented: only English is supported.

    Sorry for the mess about the tests… I'm a little anxious!

    Marcelo.

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  11. Deepesh M Divakaran

    All,
    It would be great if any of you can post the installation steps as an article on JDESource. It would be beneficial for the community.
    Do let know if you need any help for the same.

    Thanks
    Deepesh

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  12. Marcelo Santos

    Good Morning Deepesh,

    I can do that. Anyone can post an article here, or I must a special access?

    Marcelo.

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  13. Marcelo Santos

    Hello Guys,

    The Demo Installation article has been published! Any comments and suggestions are always welcome.

    Marcelo.

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  14. nachiket

    Hi Marcelo,

    Can you help me to solve problem regarding “Business Function Library Load Failed – Cobjlib.dll” I am getting same Error.

    Thanks

    Nachiket

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  15. Marcelo Santos

    We published a guide that cover the entire install process. Please take a look on it. I Guess, you could trying to install in wrong windows version (works only on Windows 7 64) or the wrong Oracle Client option was used.

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  16. Dridi

    hello,
    helpe me please,

    error when insallation 64-bit Oracle database.
    “Could not find registry key \ \ HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ ORACLE \ KEY_E1Local. The 64-bit Oracle database E1Local is not installed.

    Oracle is not installed – will install it.

    then finish with “The Command faild withe error 1

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