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Jun 06 2010

Troubleshooting JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.0 Demo Installation

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There have been lots of questions on different problems one encounters during the Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.0 Standalone/Demo Installation.

Please do reply with your valuable comments, if this article helps you (else too :)).

Note: All the problems and solutions below applies to EnterpriseOne 9.0 Demo/Standalone Installations for Oracle or SQL Server Editions only

  • JDBJ.ini locations (3) are – C:\E900\DEMO\ini\sbf , C:\E900\system\OC4J\j2ee\home\applications\webclient.ear\webclient\WEB-INF\classes & C:\Windows
  • JDE.ini location is C:\Windows
  • tnsnames.ora is found at C:\oracle\E1Local\NETWORK\ADMIN

For Re-starting the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Application, make sure that activConsole.exe, jdenet_n.exe & java.exe is closed from the task manager.

Sample JDE.ini and JDBJ.ini for ORACLE Server Edition is available here

Issues/Problems/Error Messages

  1. Is EnterpriseOne 9.0 Compatible with Windows Vista/7, Windows Server Editions
  2. What is the purpose of the Standalone Versions of the EnterpriseOne software
  3. What functions can be performed on a standalone version and what is supported on this type of version?
  4. Unable to Locate Security Server / Unable to Send Message to Security Server launching Demo
  5. JAS Sign-in Error – Please contact the System Administrator
  6. System Prompts for User-Id and Password when Running EnterpriseOne Menu
  7. Java Compiler (JDK) was not Correctly Installed when Running E1 Demo 9.0
  8. Cannot start Web Server for HTML Client on EnterpriseOne 9.0 Standalone
  9. “Could not start web server”, followed by “Could not find Webserver”
  10. Failed to launch E1 Menu on HTML Engine (OC4J issue)
  11. TaskViews cannot be displayed in E9 Demo
  12. Menus missing in EnterpriseOne 9.0 Web page
  13. Cannot connect to Web on Standalone 9.0 “invalid cursor state failure”
  14. Error in Launch Broker
  15. Receive timed out error during E9 Installation
  16. The sa password must meet SQL Server password policy requirements
  17. Web Interface: Page Can Not be Displayed (Can not connect to http://localhost:8888…)
  18. Unable to update needed components. Exiting!
  19. Uninstalling JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.0

  1. Is EnterpriseOne 9.0 Compatible with Windows Vista/7, Windows Server Editions

    As per Oracle, EnterpriseOne Tools 8.98 is not compatible with Windows Vista/7 or any of the windows server editions. But with Luck, you can get EnterpriseOne 9.0 Demo/Standalone installed on Windows Vista or Windows 7.

  2. What is the purpose of the Standalone Versions of the EnterpriseOne software

    The Standalone Version of the EnterpriseOne software is intended to provide a hands-on limited view of how the EnterpriseOne software functions.  This software is intended for limited demonstration purposes only and to review basic functionality of the EnterpriseOne software.

  3. What functions can be performed on a standalone version and what is supported on this type of version?

    The standalone version is not intended to be used for full customer demonstrations.  In addition, no development or acceptance testing should be performed on a standalone version.  All specifications are local on a standalone version and there is no check-in functionality.  Therefore, if the software needs to be reinstalled, any work that has been performed will be lost.  Typically if errors are encountered on a Standalone Version, the only resolution for the errors is to reinstall the software.
    For support purposes, any issue that is encountered when testing or developing on a standalone version will be attempted to be duplicated on a full client/server version of the EnterpriseOne software.  If the issue can be duplicated, it will be reported.  If not, then the customer will be advised to test the issue on the full version of the EnterpriseOne software rather then on the standalone version.  Oracle Global Support does not support software issues encountered on a standalone version of the software.

  4. Unable to Locate Security Server / Unable to Send Message to Security Server launching Demo
    • Check if BDSEC=ROBIN is added under the [DB SYSTEM SETTINGS] section in jde.ini
    • Find the Port number of the Jdenet from the section JDENET of jde.ini
      Run netstat -ab and check which port is jdenet_n.exe running. If its not running under correct port, or is setting a dymanic port each time, then you probably have wrong path of installation.
    • Verify if you have copied the ojdbc5.jar into the correct location (C:\E900\system\OC4J\j2ee\home\lib and C:\E900\MISC).
    • Check JDBJ.ini and see if the Drivers are set to use Oracle.JDBC
    • Check if the following entries are correct in JDBJ.ini (for Oracle DB only)

      [JDBj-BOOTSTRAP DATA SOURCE]
      name=System Local
      databaseType=E
      server=localhost
      serverPort=1521
      database=E1Local
      physicalDatabase=JDESY900

      [JDBj-SPEC DATA SOURCE]
      name=Versions Local
      databaseType=E
      server=localhost
      serverPort=1521
      database=E1Local
      physicalDatabase=JDEVL900

    • Check if the tnsnames.ora file have pointers to E1local. 
      To check try logging into Oracle using SQL* Plus with JDEDATA900/JDEDATA900/E1LOCAL.
  5. JAS Sign-in Error – Please contact the System Administrator
    • The issue can be an incorrect JDK or not having the JDK installed correctly
      Please verify if you have correct JDK – 1.5.0.xx installed.
    • JDK should be installed into the C:\E900\system directory.
    • Verify if ojdbc5.jar (for OEE) or sqljdbc.jar (for SSE) is copied into C:\E900\system\OC4J\j2ee\home\lib and C:\E900\MISC
    • Once verified, Run the X:\\ThirdParty\WebDevFeature\OH4A1013_setup.exe
  6. System Prompts for User-Id and Password when Running EnterpriseOne Menu
    • See Above (Point 5)
    • Verify the following in the JDBJ.ini atC:\E900\system\OC4J\j2ee\home\applications\webclient.ear\webclient\WEB-INF\classes
      [JDBj-BOOTSTRAP DATA SOURCE]
      name=System Local
      databaseType=E
      server=localhost
      serverPort=1521
      database=E1Local
  7. Java Compiler (JDK) was not Correctly Installed when Running E1 Demo 9.0
    • If you are getting an error after installing E1 Standalone 9.00 (either with OEE or SSE versions) when accessing the web client that indicates the OC4J server cannot start because javac.exe was not in the right place. 
      Error Shown: The Java compiler (JDK) was not correctly installed. This will prevent the Web Development environment from functioning correctly. Please contact your administrator to copy and configure the necessary files on your local machine after the installation process is finished. The JDK should be placed in C:\E900\system\oc4j\system folder.
    • When installing the Java Development Kit, change the path of the installation for the JDK to C:\Temp\JDK (as referenced on step 9 of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.0 Standalone Client Installation Guide ). Be sure that the other settings are left at their default values, including the installation path for the Java Runtime Environment, which is installed after the Java Development Kit.
    • Once done the above, copy the directories & files to “C:\E900\System\JDK” and “C:\E900\system\oc4j\system” folders.
  8. Cannot start Web Server for HTML Client on EnterpriseOne 9.0 Standalone
    • See Point 5
    • Check if the following Log folder exists – C:\E900\system\OC4J\j2ee\home\log
      If Not, check the PATH system variable. It should have the following: “C:\E900\system\bin32;C:\E900\DEMO\bin32;”
      Remove any unreadable characters if present.
      You will have to Reinstall the JDE EnterpriseOne Software.
    • Go to Start – RUN – REGEDIT, and then Find
      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\ TypeLib\ {EAB22AC0-30C1-11CF-A7EB-0000C05BAE0B}\1.1\0\ win32\
      If it is set to IE6, the value shows c:\windows\system32\ shdocvw.dll – where c:\windows is the Windows install directory.
      If it is set to IE7 or IE8, the value shows c:\windows\system32\ ieframe.dll – where c:\windows is the Windows install directory.
      Change the registry to use the IE7/IE8 ieframe.dll; then EnterpriseOne 8.12/9.0 applications work with IE7/IE8 without issues on Windows Vista/7.
  9. “Could not start web server”, followed by “Could not find Webserver”
    • Probable Cause: When running the JAVA 2 SDK install wizard for the second time, if the path for JRE is changed to C:\Temp\JDK instead of accepting the default values, Web Server for HTML Client on Standalone will not start and the following error message shows up: 
      “Could not start Web Server”
    • Solution: In order to fix the error ,check for any error messages in Log.XML file found in folder:
      C:\E900\system\OC4J\j2ee\Home\Log\OC4J
    • Look for following error message in above Log.XML file : 
      java.lang.InstantiationException: Error generating wrappers for file :/C:/E900/system/OC4J/j2ee/home/applications/admin_ejb.jar: javac.exe not found under C:\E900\system\JDK, please use a valid jdk or specify the location of your java compiler in server.xml using the tag.
    • Follow these steps to fix the error: 
      Open Server.XML file using Notepad (or other text editor) from following location C:\E900\system\OC4J\j2ee\home\config and change the path in the file to the path mentioned in the Error message above to “C:\E900\system\JDK”
    • Copy the javac.exe file from “C:\Standalone_9.00\ThirdParty\ORACLE\E1Local\jdk\bin” and paste the file to the location mentioned in the error message: C:\E900\system\JDK
    • Also See Point 5Point 8
  10. Failed to launch E1 Menu on HTML Engine
    • Cause: Wrong Version of JDK installed. Install JDK 1.5.0.xx (link given in the mail installation guide)
    • See Point 5 to rectify
    • Verify if you have copied the ojdbc5.jar into the correct location (C:\E900\system\OC4J\j2ee\home\lib and C:\E900\MISC).
  11. TaskViews cannot be displayed in E9 Demo
    • If you get the error in JDE SSE Version: “Database Connection failed for DataSource OneWorld Local”, check the following
    • JDBJ.ini should have the values
      [JDBj – Spec Data Source]
      name=Versions
      Local databaseType=X 
      databaseInstance=JDESSELocal
    • Change all localhost to 127.0.0.1 in JDBJ.INI and JAS.INI, the task views show up.
  12. Menus missing in EnterpriseOne 9.0 Web page
    • See Above (Point 11)
    • Change all localhost to 127.0.0.1 in JDBJ.INI and JAS.INI, the menus show up.
  13. Cannot connect to Web on Standalone 9.0 “invalid cursor state failure”
    • Check if the Database Services are running
  14. Error in Launch Broker
    • See Point 11
    • In the E9 download files,  locate the folder \\ThirdParty\BPMBroker. You need to run the file j2re1_3_0-win-i.exe. After reinstalling BPMBroker, the error goes off when the web server is started.
    • Change all localhost to 127.0.0.1 in JDBJ.INI and JAS.INI, the task views also start showing up.
  15. Receive timed out error during E9 Installation
    • If No menu details appears even though the login to the web server is successful
    • Setup JDBj-SPEC DATA SOURCE for 9.0 DEMO in jdbj.ini as follows (for SQL Server Edition) [JDBj-SPEC DATA SOURCE] name=Versions Local databaseType=X server=localhost serverPort=3372 database=EnterpriseOne SSELocal physicalDatabase=JDEVL owner=dbo lob=false unicode=true databaseInstance=JDESSELocal user=sa password=
    • Setup JDBj-SPEC DATA SOURCE for 9.0 DEMO in jdbj.ini as follows (for Oracle Edition) [JDBj-SPEC DATA SOURCE] name=Versions Local databaseType=E server=localhost serverPort=1521 database=E1Local physicalDatabase=JDEVL900 owner=dbo lob=true unicode=true databaseInstance= user=sa password=
  16. The sa password must meet SQL Server password policy requirements
    • The default password for user – sa in SQL Server 2005 does not meet complex password required for Windows Vista.
      1. Go to Administrative Tools / Domain Security Policy :: Security Settings | Account Policies | Password Policy
      2. Ensure “Minimum password length” and “Password must meet complexity requirements” set to “Not Defined” state. 
        *Skip this steps if you don’t have domain controller.
      3. Go to Administrative Tools / Local Security Policy :: Security Settings | Account Policies | Password Policy
      4. Turn “Minimum password length” to zero and “Password must meet complexity requirements” to “Disable”
      5. Go to SQL Installation window and press “Retry”.
      6. After installation successfully done, turn changed security settings from steps 1-4 back.
  17. Web Interface: Page Can Not be Displayed (can not connect to http://localhost:8888….)

    This applies for Windows Vista and Windows 7 only. 
    Edit the Windows Hosts File located at “C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts” This has to be done so that your Web Version opens up.

    • If the following entry exists
      ::1  localhost
      then comment out the line by adding a # before that.
    • If the line does not exist, then too you need to add the same
      #::1  localhost
      The above is a IPv6 entry.
  18. Unable to update needed components. Exiting!
    • Run ActivConsole as an Administrator.
    • i.e. right click the ActivConsole icon and select Run as Administrator
  19. Uninstalling JD EDwards EnterpriseOne 9.0

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  1. Amit Dubey

    Very informative…………….

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  2. arleen

    Hello..

    After following the instructions for #4 (Unable to Locate Security Server/Unable to Send Msg
    When I check the JDENET of jde.ini for the port number.
    Here’s my jdenet
    [JDENET]
    serviceNameListen=6012
    serviceNameConnect=6012
    netTrace=0
    tempFileDir=c:\temp

    And when I ran the netstat -ab
    Here’s the outcome:
    UDP HP12811264332.4500 *:* 3372(PID)

    How do I fixt this problem… Port number does not match…

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  3. Krishna Nambiar

    Most of the errors in Demo are caused by wrong entries in the INI files. You may compare your INI with the ones avaiable at http://www.jdesource.com/enterpriseone/sampe-inis-for-e9-00-demo-with-oracle-db

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  4. MASH_8.11

    Hi

    I am getting error message unable to locate security server on 8.11 demo installed on Windows 7.

    Any suggestions.

    Thanks & Regards
    Mash

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  5. Manish Sathe

    Mash,
    Can you send jde.log and jdeinst.log files from the Windows 7 client? There are multiple possibilities..

    Manish

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  6. MASH_8.11

    Hi
    9204/7632 MAIN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:30.773000 Jdb_ctl.c3383
    Starting OneWorld

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.612000 jdeksec.c756
    INITIALIZING SECURITY SERVER KERNEL

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.628000 Netpub.c844
    JDENet already initialized

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.628001 Jdb_ctl.c2596
    Net init failed or not initialized

    368/8512 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.753000 ODSession.cpp329
    error: Failure in method ODSession::setCatalog().

    368/8512 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.753001 WDso.cpp548
    error: OLEDB SetProperties failed. Status #37 = 0x2.

    368/8512 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.753002 ODSession.cpp146
    error: Failure in method ODSession::ODSession().

    368/8512 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.753003 ODSession.h266
    error: Invalid function sequence: getWDso().

    368/8512 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.753004 ODSession.cpp174
    error: Exception caught in method ODSession::ODSession().

    368/8512 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.768000 ODCOMThread.cpp475
    error: [mainODCOMThread()] Exception running API DBInitConnection.

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.768001 ODDBInitConnection.cpp159
    error: DB API function DBInitConnection failed; rc = 0.

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.768002 Jdb_drvm.c763
    JDB9900164 – Failed to connect to PSSY811

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.768003 Jtp_cm.c273
    JDB9909003 – Could not init connect.

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.768004 Jtp_tm.c1105
    JDB9909100 – Get connect info failed: Transaction ID =

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.768005 Jdb_rq1.c2165
    JDB3100013 – Failed to get connectinfo

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.784000 Jdb_omp1.c3334
    JDB9900257 – Failed to open F986101

    368/8512 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.784001 ODSession.cpp329
    error: Failure in method ODSession::setCatalog().

    368/8512 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.784002 WDso.cpp548
    error: OLEDB SetProperties failed. Status #37 = 0x2.

    368/8512 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.784003 ODSession.cpp146
    error: Failure in method ODSession::ODSession().

    368/8512 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.784004 ODSession.h266
    error: Invalid function sequence: getWDso().

    368/8512 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.800000 ODSession.cpp174
    error: Exception caught in method ODSession::ODSession().

    368/8512 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.800001 ODCOMThread.cpp475
    error: [mainODCOMThread()] Exception running API DBInitConnection.

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.800002 ODDBInitConnection.cpp159
    error: DB API function DBInitConnection failed; rc = 0.

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.800003 Jdb_drvm.c763
    JDB9900164 – Failed to connect to PSSY811

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.800004 Jtp_cm.c273
    JDB9909003 – Could not init connect.

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.800005 Jtp_tm.c1105
    JDB9909100 – Get connect info failed: Transaction ID =

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.800006 Jdb_rq1.c2165
    JDB3100013 – Failed to get connectinfo

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.800007 Jdb_omp1.c1212
    JDB9900240 – Failed to open F986101

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.800008 Jdb_cach.c1332
    JDB9900009 – Failed to load ObjectMap Cache

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.800009 Jdb_cach.c1349
    Unable to load primary Object Configuration Manager – switching to secondary

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.815000 Jdb_omp1.c649
    JDB9900247 – Failed to find F98611 System Local in cache

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.815001 Jdb_rq1.c1734
    JDB3100011 – Failed to get location of table F986101 for environment DEMO811

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.815002 Jdb_omp1.c3334
    JDB9900257 – Failed to open F986101

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.815003 Jdb_omp1.c649
    JDB9900247 – Failed to find F98611 System Local in cache

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.815004 Jdb_rq1.c1734
    JDB3100011 – Failed to get location of table F986101 for environment DEMO811

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.815005 Jdb_omp1.c1212
    JDB9900240 – Failed to open F986101

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.815006 Jdb_cach.c1332
    JDB9900009 – Failed to load ObjectMap Cache

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.815007 Jdb_omp1.c627
    JDB9900246 – Failed to find existence of default OMAP for environment DEMO811

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.831000 Jdb_rq1.c1734
    JDB3100011 – Failed to get location of table F00921 for environment DEMO811

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.831001 Jdecgsc.c201
    MSC0000028 – Could not load F00921 cache

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.831002 Jdb_omp1.c627
    JDB9900246 – Failed to find existence of default OMAP for environment DEMO811

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.831003 Jdb_rq1.c1734
    JDB3100011 – Failed to get location of table F00941 for environment DEMO811

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.831004 Jdb_ctl.c664
    JDB9900408 – Failed to get package release level

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.831005 Jdb_ctl.c3646
    JDB1100016 – Failed to load Environment – DEMO811

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.831006 Jdb_omp1.c627
    JDB9900246 – Failed to find existence of default OMAP for environment DEMO811

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.831007 Jdb_rq1.c1734
    JDB3100011 – Failed to get location of table F00941 for environment DEMO811

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.831008 Jdb_omp1.c627
    JDB9900246 – Failed to find existence of default OMAP for environment DEMO811

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.846000 Jdb_rq1.c1734
    JDB3100011 – Failed to get location of table F9861 for environment DEMO811

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:33.846001 evtcache.c841
    isNewRTESystemEnabled – OMW table F9861 cannot be opened. RTE object check will fail.

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:34.392000 secutil.c391
    Failed to init security bootstrap environment using user=DEMO, password=DEMO, env=DEMO811, role=*ALL

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:34.392001 jdeksec.c3228
    Failed to init Env

    368/7356 FOREIGN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:08:34.408000 Netflow.c975
    Dispatch Function ‘[email protected]’ returned failure on eNetDispatchInit

    9204/7632 MAIN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:09:53.580000 jdecsec.c2109
    JDENET Error = eTimeOut

    9204/7632 MAIN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:27:47.675000 jdecsec.c2542
    Failed to communicate with security server: Unable to locate Security Server

    9204/7632 MAIN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:27:48.502000 jdecsec.c262
    Failed to validate user DEMO by password

    9204/7632 MAIN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:27:48.502001 Jdb_ctl.c4007
    JDB1100018 – Failed to get past Security check

    9204/7632 MAIN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:27:49.282000 msc_signon.cpp222
    ValidateUser failed from SignOn

    9204/7632 MAIN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:27:50.249000 Jdb_ctl.c3485
    JDB1100012 – Failed to validate Sign on

    9204/7632 MAIN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:27:50.265000 evtcache.c841
    isNewRTESystemEnabled – OMW table F9861 cannot be opened. RTE object check will fail.

    9204/7632 MAIN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:27:50.265001 Jdb_ctl.c1135
    JDB4100001 – Failed to validate Env handle

    368/8548 MAIN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:27:50.374000 Netpub.c2530
    Info:Net program ended(JDENET_RunNet), pid = 368, JDENETError = 0

    368/8548 MAIN_THREAD Tue Aug 31 16:27:50.374001 ipcmisc.c299
    API ipcSawUnregisterProcV1 : process 368 unregistered in entry 0

    Sorry I am not sure how to add attachment here on this website so pasting the jde.log here

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  7. Manish Sathe

    It looks like there might be a problem with the DB drivers/DB services on the local machine. What is the DB you are using? Is it MSDE?

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  8. MASH_8.11

    Manish

    Thanks for replying. I reinstalled 8.11 standalone again. As per documentation Sql Server 2000 JDBC driver for 2.0 higher should be installed. But on website, only 3.0 is available. So couldn’t copy msbase.jar, mssqlserver.jar & msutil.jar into C:\E811\system\oc4j\j2ee\home\applib folder.

    j2sdk-1_4_2_10-windows-i586-p is correctly installed.

    Any suggestion how to install 3.0 driver to get those three jar files.

    Regards
    Mash

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  9. MASH_8.11

    Below is the jde.log . Sql server is running
    5504/7688 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 13:02:45.874000 Netconn.c1399
    10048-bind returned 10048 (WSAEADDRINUSE): The specified address is already in use

    5504/7688 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 13:02:45.874001 Jdb_ctl.c2596
    Net init failed or not initialized

    8444/4728 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 13:02:45.894000 Netconn.c1399
    10048-bind returned 10048 (WSAEADDRINUSE): The specified address is already in use

    8444/4728 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 13:02:45.894001 ipcmisc.c299
    API ipcSawUnregisterProcV1 : process 8444 unregistered in entry 0

    5504/7688 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 13:02:45.904000 Jdb_ctl.c3383
    Starting OneWorld

    5504/7688 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 13:04:38.774000 Netpub.c844
    JDENet already initialized

    5504/7688 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 13:05:39.785000 jdecsec.c2052
    JDENET Error = eConnectionFailed

    5504/7688 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 13:06:37.665000 jdecsec.c2542
    Failed to communicate with security server: Unable to send message to Security Server

    5504/7688 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 13:06:38.375000 jdecsec.c262
    Failed to validate user DEMO by password

    5504/7688 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 13:06:38.385000 Jdb_ctl.c4007
    JDB1100018 – Failed to get past Security check

    5504/7688 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 13:06:39.025000 msc_signon.cpp222
    ValidateUser failed from SignOn

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  10. Manish Sathe

    Mash,
    You can actually use SQL 2005 JDBC drivers as well. These drivers are backward compatible..
    You can download it from here-

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=C47053EB-3B64-4794-950D-81E1EC91C1BA&displaylang=en

    There is only jar file to use for this driver. That is sqljdbc.jar. Once you deploy this, you will need to use following connect string in the local jdbj.ini-

    SQLSERVER=com.microsoft.sqlserver.jdbc.SQLServerDriver

    Manish

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  11. Manish Sathe

    It appears from the logs, that there is a port conflict. What are the ports defined in your jde.ini in the following section-

    [JDENET]
    serviceNameListen=
    serviceNameConnect=

    These should be two different ports

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  12. MASH_8.11

    Hi

    [JDENET]
    serviceNameListen=6012
    serviceNameConnect=6012
    netTrace=0

    Now I am getting another error.
    An ER line caused a memory violation. ER debugger will stop at the ER line Application:P98SEC Event: Button clicked.

    It doesnt allow me to save changes to JDBJ.ini even though notepad is opened administrator
    The current settings in JDBJ.ini is
    SQLSERVER=com.microsoft.jdbc.sqlserver.SQLServerDriver

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  13. MASH_8.11

    Hi

    Just to let you know that I am on windows 7

    Below is the jde.ini
    ;OneWorld initialization file JDE.INI
    ;Client specific version – E811

    [JDE_CG]
    STDLIBDIR=$(COMP)\VC98\lib
    TPLNAME=EXEFORM2
    ERRNAME=CGERR
    TARGET=Optimize
    INCLUDES=$(COMP)\VC98\include;$(SYSTEM)\include;$(SYSTEM)\cg;$(APP)\include;$(SYSTEM)\includev
    LIBS=$(COMP)\VC98\lib;$(SYSTEM)\lib32;$(APP)\lib32;$(SYSTEM)\libv32
    MAKEDIR=$(COMP)\VC98\bin;$(COMP)\Common\MSDev98\Bin
    USER=JDE

    [DEBUG]
    TAMMultiUserOn=0
    Output=FILE
    ServerLog=0
    LEVEL=BSFN,EVENTS
    ;BSFN,EVENTS,SF_CONTROL,SF_GRID,SF_PARENT_CHILD,SF_GENERAL,SF_MESSAGING,SF_WORKFLOW,SF_WORKFLOW_ADMIN,SF_MEDIA_OBJ
    DebugFile=c:\jdedebug.log
    JobFile=c:\jde.log
    Frequency=10000
    RepTrace=0

    [Explorer]
    ExplorerHomeURL=\E811\SolutionExplorer\data\index.html
    ExplorerStart=INTERNET

    [PORTALENVMAP]
    PD9=JPD9
    PY9=JPY9
    DV9=JDV9
    TS9=JTS9
    PR9=JPR9

    [EVEREST]
    ColorScheme=1
    ShowAlias=0
    ServerHelpPath=\E811\helps

    [SVR]
    EnvType=1
    EnvironmentName=DEMO
    SpecPath=spec
    SourcePath=source
    ObjectPath=obj
    HeaderPath=include
    HeaderVPath=includev
    BinPath=bin32
    LibPath=lib32
    LibVPath=libv32
    MakePath=make
    WorkPath=work
    CodeGeneratorPath=cg
    ResourcePath=res
    IconPath=res\icons
    HelpPath=helps
    TreeBmpPath=res\treebmps
    ModelPath=models
    LocalePath=locale
    IconvPath=locale\Iconv
    LibraryListName=DEMO811

    [INSTALL]
    DefaultSystem=system
    ClientPath=client
    ClientInstallPath=OneWorld Client Install
    PackagePath=package
    DataPath=data
    HOSTS=hosts
    HP9000=hp9000
    SUN=sun
    RS6000=rs6000
    AS400=as400
    Double_Byte=0
    LocalCodeSet=WE_ISO88591
    ActiveConsole=1
    ExplorerShortCut=1
    B9=C:\E811
    ClientType=standalone
    MobileClientDeveloper=yes

    [LOCK MANAGER]
    RequestedService=None

    [DB SYSTEM SETTINGS]
    BDSEC=ROBIN
    Version=43
    Default User=DEMO
    Default Role=*ALL
    Default Env=DEMO811
    Default PathCode=DEMO
    Base Datasource=System Local
    Object Owner=dbo
    Server=(local)
    Database=System Local
    Load Library=
    Decimal Shift =Y
    Julian Dates=Y
    Use Owner=Y
    Secured=Y
    Type=M
    Library List=
    Library=
    Default Pwd=_
    DatabaseName2=PSSY811
    DatabaseInstance=JDELocal
    ServerPort=
    JDBNETUse=N
    UnicodeFlag=Y
    LOBFlag=N
    ConnectionPooling=0

    [DB SYSTEM SETTINGS – SECONDARY]
    Base Datasource=Access32
    Object Owner=
    Server=
    Database=Access32
    Load Library=JDBODBC.DLL
    Decimal Shift =N
    Julian Dates=N
    Use Owner=N
    Secured=N
    Type=A
    Library List=
    Library=
    DatabaseName2=
    DatabaseInstance=
    ServerPort=
    JDBNETUse=
    UnicodeFlag=
    LOBFlag=

    [REPLICATION]
    DataSource=
    DefaultEnvironment=DEMO811
    RetryInterval=3600
    RepTrace=0
    ForcedSync=0

    [SECURITY]
    SecurityServer=localhost
    User=DEMO
    Password=DEMO
    ;User=E1Bootstr
    ;Password=e1bootstr
    DefaultEnvironment=DEMO811
    DataSource=System Local
    Default Role=*ALL

    [JDENET]
    serviceNameListen=6012
    serviceNameConnect=6012
    netTrace=0

    [JDEMAIL]
    mailProfile=”Default Exchange Profile”
    Rule1=90|OPT|MAILSERVER=mail.jdedwards.com
    [email protected]
    [email protected]
    [email protected]
    Rule5=130|OPT|MERGELOCAL=1
    Rule6=140|OPT|UPDATELOCAL=0

    [NETWORK QUEUE SETTINGS]
    UBEQueue=QE811
    UBEPriority=5
    PrintImmediate=FALSE
    SaveOutput=TRUE
    InstallSpecs=Y
    JDENETTimeout=60

    [INTERACTIVE RUNTIME]
    DefaultMailServer=C:\Program Files\Microsoft Exchange\Exchng32.exe
    DefaultBrowser=http://www.peoplesoft.com
    PWndBackground=onemenu.bmp
    BITMAP_StatusBar=stbr1.bmp
    OBJECTQUEUE=
    FONT_FaceName=Arial
    FONT_Height=-12
    FONT_Weight=400
    COLOR_GridBackground=255,255,128
    COLOR_GridForeground=0,0,0
    COLOR_GridDesktop=64,128,128
    COLOR_GridLines=0,0,0
    CACHE_UseCache=1
    CACHE_MaximumNodes=50
    GRID_GridIntegralRows=1
    GRID_FONT_FaceName=Arial
    GRID_FONT_Height=-12
    GRID_FONT_Weight=400
    EXCEPTION_Enabled=True
    Initial_Language_Code=
    Text Limit=80
    PWndLocation=0,0,768,537,262144

    [UBE]
    UBEDebugLevel=0
    UBESaveLogFile=0
    UBEFont_FaceName=Times New Roman
    UBEFont_PointSize=8

    [OBJECT LIBRARIAN]
    OLTLogMode=YES
    OLTLogContents=GENERAL

    [SIGNON]
    LASTENV=DEMO811
    LASTUSER=DEMO
    Default Role=*ALL
    LastRole=*ALL

    [JDENET_KERNEL_DEF2]
    krnlName=UBE KERNEL
    dispatchDLLName=jdekrnl.dll
    [email protected]
    maxNumberOfProcesses=1
    numberOfAutoStartProcesses=0

    [JDENET_KERNEL_DEF4]
    krnlName=SECURITY KERNEL
    dispatchDLLName=jdekrnl.dll
    [email protected]
    maxNumberOfProcesses=1
    numberOfAutoStartProcesses=0

    [JDENET_KERNEL_DEF6]
    krnlName=CALL OBJECT KERNEL
    dispatchDLLName=XMLCallObj.dll
    [email protected]
    maxNumberOfProcesses=1
    numberOfAutoStartProcesses=0

    [JDENET_KERNEL_DEF12]
    krnlName=UBE SUBSYSTEM KERNEL
    dispatchDLLName=jdekrnl.dll
    [email protected]
    maxNumberOfProcesses=1
    numberOfAutoStartProcesses=0

    [JDENET_KERNEL_DEF14]
    krnlName=QUEUE KERNEL
    dispatchDLLName=jdekrnl.dll
    [email protected]
    maxNumberOfProcesses=1
    numberOfAutoStartProcesses=0

    [LOCALWEB]
    # Installation flag, if it is 0, no HTML testing setup, disable all HTML testing
    AppServerInstalled=1

    # Datasource containing serialized specs for web runtime
    # Used for synchonization of specs through JDB
    Spec Datasource=OneWorld Local

    # Name of local web server, localhost is default but may not be valid always.
    webhostname=localhost

    # web server port , Websphere Express default is 7080
    webport=8888

    # executable for starting web server
    webserverstart=C:\E811\system\oc4j\startOC4J.bat

    # executable for stopping web server
    webserverstop=C:\E811\system\oc4j\stopOC4J.bat

    # arguments for starting web server
    webserverstartarg=

    # arguments for stopping web server
    webserverstoparg=

    # start web server on demand, or immediately
    # valid values : ONDEMAND (web server will be started on the first HTTP request) ,
    MANUAL (web server has to be started manually by user on port specified),
    IMME (web server starts as soon as ActivConsole starts)
    StartAppServer=IMME

    # delay time between starting web server and launching browser window
    # default value is 60 (60 secs)
    WebDelay=60

    [MTR VALIDATION]
    LiteRecords=12
    MDACVersion=2.60.6526.2
    NMakeVersion=6.00.8168.0
    DeployDiskInMB=5000
    CDiskInMB=200
    BusobjInMB=350
    EnterpriseDiskInMB=3000

    [XML]
    ICUPath=C:\E811\system\locale\xml

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  14. Manish Sathe

    When do you receive this error –

    “Now I am getting another error.
    An ER line caused a memory violation. ER debugger will stop at the ER line Application:P98SEC Event: Button clicked.”

    Do you get logged into JDE at all?

    jdbj.ini file gets locked by local jas instance. So to make changes you would need to log out of JDE, make sure all java.exe are ended and then save your changes.

    I would also say – try to reboot your machine (if not done already).

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  15. MASH_8.11

    I am getting the error after restarting the machine and user id “DEMO” and password “DEMO” is entered on the log in screen.

    But if I try again without restarting the machine then I dont get that error.

    The JDBJ.ini as of now is below
    #=======================================================================
    # 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=DEMO811
    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=M
    server=(local)
    serverPort=
    database=System Local
    physicalDatabase=PSSY811
    owner=dbo
    lob=false
    unicode=true
    databaseInstance=JDELocal
    #———————————————————————–
    # 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=OneWorld Local
    databaseType=M
    server=localhost
    serverPort=3372
    database=JDELocal
    physicalDatabase=PSSY811
    owner=dbo
    lob=false
    unicode=true
    databaseInstance=JDELocal
    user=sa
    password=

    #=======================================================================
    # 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=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=5
    maxConnection=5
    initialConnection=5
    poolGrowth=5
    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

    ; 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

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

    The jde.log as of now is below
    4584/4324 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:06:09.913000 Jdb_ctl.c3383
    Starting OneWorld

    6308/7052 FOREIGN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:06:44.094000 jdeksec.c756
    INITIALIZING SECURITY SERVER KERNEL

    6308/7052 FOREIGN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:06:44.168000 Netpub.c844
    JDENet already initialized

    6308/7052 FOREIGN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:06:44.169000 Jdb_ctl.c2596
    Net init failed or not initialized

    6308/7052 FOREIGN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:07:02.109000 jdetamio.c1321
    TAMInitX (c:\jdesecuni.xds): Error opening index file “c:\jdesecuni.xds” : The system cannot find the file specified. WinErrNum=2.

    6308/7052 FOREIGN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:07:02.120000 Jdetama.c659
    JDESPEC0000027 – TAM init failed!

    6308/7052 FOREIGN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:07:02.155000 SpecOpen.c2233
    jdeSpecOpenRemote completed in error – Operation failed!.

    6308/7052 FOREIGN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:07:02.157000 Jdesec.c242
    LIC0000001 – Failed to open C:\JDESECUNI spec files.

    6308/7052 FOREIGN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:07:54.585000 Dlg_msgb.cpp170
    An ER line caused a memory violation.
    ER Debugger will stop at the ER line.
    Application:P98SEC Event :Button Clicked

    6308/7052 FOREIGN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:07:58.824000 Jdb_ctl.c3713
    JDB9900813 – Failed to complete Security check

    6308/7052 FOREIGN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:07:58.962000 Jdedebug.c3240
    PSTHREAD_MTX: Trying to psthread_mutex_destroy mutex (JDBHREQ_07f8ec58) while a thread (7052) has it locked.

    6308/7052 FOREIGN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:07:58.964000 Jdedebug.c3240
    PSTHREAD_MTX: psthread_mutex_unlock() name: JDBHREQ_07f8ec58, count: 0

    6308/7052 FOREIGN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:07:59.535000 secutil.c391
    Failed to init security bootstrap environment using user=DEMO, password=DEMO, env=DEMO811, role=*ALL

    6308/7052 FOREIGN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:07:59.538000 Jdb_ctl.c5298
    JDB1200001 – Failed to validate Environment handle

    6308/7052 FOREIGN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:07:59.565000 jdeksec.c3235
    Failed to init hUser

    6308/7052 FOREIGN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:07:59.568000 Netflow.c975
    Dispatch Function ‘[email protected]’ returned failure on eNetDispatchInit

    4584/4324 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:08:04.063000 jdecsec.c2109
    JDENET Error = eTimeOut

    4584/4324 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:08:06.242000 jdecsec.c2542
    Failed to communicate with security server: Unable to locate Security Server

    4584/4324 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:08:07.155000 jdecsec.c262
    Failed to validate user DEMO by password

    4584/4324 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:08:07.158000 Jdb_ctl.c4007
    JDB1100018 – Failed to get past Security check

    4584/4324 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:08:07.726000 msc_signon.cpp222
    ValidateUser failed from SignOn

    4584/4324 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:10:23.287000 Jdb_ctl.c3485
    JDB1100012 – Failed to validate Sign on

    4584/4324 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:10:23.989000 evtcache.c841
    isNewRTESystemEnabled – OMW table F9861 cannot be opened. RTE object check will fail.

    4584/4324 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:10:24.005000 Jdb_ctl.c1135
    JDB4100001 – Failed to validate Env handle

    6308/6312 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:10:24.580000 Netpub.c2530
    Info:Net program ended(JDENET_RunNet), pid = 6308, JDENETError = 0

    6308/6312 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 16:10:24.580001 ipcmisc.c299
    API ipcSawUnregisterProcV1 : process 6308 unregistered in entry 0

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  16. MASH_8.11

    Hi

    I was able to log in now but it throwed error after doing get authorization for SPC code, “Unable to update needed components, Exiting”.

    Below is the JDE.log
    1616/3184 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 21:08:56.529000 Jdb_ctl.c3383
    Starting OneWorld

    3652/4944 FOREIGN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 21:09:00.179000 jdeksec.c756
    INITIALIZING SECURITY SERVER KERNEL

    3652/4944 FOREIGN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 21:09:00.211000 Netpub.c844
    JDENet already initialized

    3652/4944 FOREIGN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 21:09:00.211001 Jdb_ctl.c2596
    Net init failed or not initialized

    1616/3184 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 21:09:20.912000 activConsole.cpp903
    REGISTRY:Unexpected response from DLLRegisterServer while UnRegistering jdeuser.dll.

    1616/3184 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 21:09:20.943000 activConsole.cpp903
    REGISTRY:Unexpected response from DLLRegisterServer while UnRegistering TextCtrlMod.dll.

    1616/3184 MAIN_THREAD Wed Sep 01 21:09:20.943001 activConsole.cpp1331
    REGISTRY:Unable to update registry for ACTIVCONSOLE. ErrorCode: -2147024891

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  17. MASH_8.11

    Finally I was able to log in and open fat client. But enterprise one menu throws error “Failed to launch E1 menu on HTML Engine”. The j2sdk-1_4_2_10-windows-i586-p was installed with administrator login. Not sure why web menu doesn’t open.

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  18. Manish Sathe

    Do you have the jdbc, websphere installed and configured..Also having JDBC in right folders is the key..

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  19. MASH_8.11

    j2sdk-1_4_2_15-windows-i586-p was installed into temp directory and bin, include, jre & lib folders generated were copied into C:/E811/system/jdk folder.

    sqljdbc_1.2.2828.100_enu was installed into temp directory and sqljdbc was copied into C:\E811\system\oc4j\j2ee\home\applib folder.

    localweb_jdedebug log shows following
    Localweb debug log file is initialized
    Sep 02 12:42:28.084 – 3084/4288 Http send request failed. Web application server may not be up
    Sep 02 12:42:28.162 – 3084/4288 web application server is signaled to start.
    Sep 02 12:42:52.576 – 3084/4288 Failed to open registry key for Internet Explorer
    Sep 02 12:43:01.218 – 3084/4288 Ping response is:

    Ping Success

    l>

    0

    Sep 02 12:43:10.788 – 3084/4288 Ping response is:

    Ping Success

    l>

    0

    Sep 02 12:43:12.616 – 3084/4288 Logout response is:

    Login failed

    Sep 02 12:43:12.616 – 3084/4288 stopping web application server….
    Sep 02 12:43:12.694 – 3084/4288 Web Application server is signaled to stop. Check web error log for any errors

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    1. Deepesh M Divakaran

      Hi Mahesh,

      Try doing Point 8, check the Registry if its using IE7/IE8 Dll’s. This might help the Failed to Open Registry Key for Internet explorer error.

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  20. MASH_8.11

    Thanks. The current path code is C:\Windows\SysWOW64\ieframe.dll. Whats the new path code needs to be entered. I am not clear with the statement “Change the registry to use the IE7/IE8 ieframe.dll” as documented in point 8. I have IE 8 installed.

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  21. MARK NAIDOO

    I installed Windows 7 again and then JDE standalone version 9.0.

    I get to the login screen and then after entering the password i.e.demo I get a message “waiting on security server” and then the following error “Unable to locate security server”.

    Any thoughts?

    Thanks

    Mark Naidoo

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  22. aaltaher.com

    i have windows 7 and i wanted to installed JDE Standlone version 8.12

    could any one give the steps

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  23. Kishore Kapadia

    My Web Standalone 9.1 gets timed out quickly. Where can I change the settings so it stays put for say 30 minutes?

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  24. Manish Sathe

    There are couple of places that need to be looked at –

    timeout settings in jas.ini
    timeout setting in httpd.conf

    Manish

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