JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

Instructions for Importing
Database Dump and Par Files






December 2012

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Instructions for Importing Database Dump and Par Files
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Contents
Introduction ............................................................................................................................................ 4
Importing the Dump File ........................................................................................................................ 5
Copy the Dump Files and Scripts ........................................................................................................ 5
Change the Local Database Password to a User-defined Password .................................................. 5
Create Tablespaces ............................................................................................................................. 6
Create User ......................................................................................................................................... 6
Import the Dump File ......................................................................................................................... 7
Change the Local Database Password to Encrypted Password .......................................................... 7
Change the Datasource ...................................................................................................................... 8
Import Par Files ...................................................................................................................................... 9
Refreshing the Data .............................................................................................................................. 12
Change the Local Database Password to a User-defined Password ................................................ 12
Drop Tablespaces ............................................................................................................................. 13
Create Tablespaces ........................................................................................................................... 13
Import the Dump File ....................................................................................................................... 14
Change the Local Database Password to Encrypted Password ........................................................ 14




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Introduction
This document briefs you about importing the database dump file and
importing par files for application versions, batch versions, and UDCs.
The database dump is needed to pre-load the setup and transaction data
that the sample scripts will run against. The par files contains versions for
applications/UBEs and UDCs. These are required for the sample scripts
that calls specific application versions and batch versions for which there
are unique processing options pre-set that controls the Applications/UBEs
to function according to what the script is intended to test.
This document also covers the procedure to perform the refresh of the data.
The sample scripts once run will update the transaction data which will
impact validations during the second run of the script. So before a script is
run the second time, the data should be refreshed.

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Importing the Dump File
The database dump is needed to pre-load the setup and transaction data
that the sample scripts run against.
Copy the Dump Files and Scripts
1. Create a folder called qeauto on the C: drive:
C:\qeauto
2. Extract the db dump.zip and copy the three files to C:\qeauto.
3. Create a folder called Tables in C:\qeauto:
C:\qeauto\Tables
Change the Local Database Password to a User-defined Password
1. Access ReconfigureMSDE.exe from the following location:
JDEInstall Directory:\JDEdwards\E910\system\bin32

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2. Change the password from Encrypted E1 Password to the following
new password: Oracle123
Create Tablespaces
Create the following tablespaces:
 QEAUTODTAT
 QEAUTODTAI
From the SQL prompt, run the following queries:
(Note: You can connect to SQL using the command
“sqlplus sys/Oracle123@E1Local as sysdba”)















Create User
Create the following user:
QEAUTODTA
From the SQL prompt, run the following query:



create tablespace QEAUTODTAT
logging
datafile 'C:\qeauto\Tables\qeautodtat01.dbf' size 1500M autoextend on next 60M maxsize
5000M
extent management local autoallocate
segment space management auto
online;

create tablespace QEAUTODTAI
logging
datafile 'C:\qeauto\Tables\qeautodtai01.dbf' size 1500M autoextend on next 60M maxsize
5000M
extent management local autoallocate
segment space management auto
online;

create user QEAUTODTA identified by QEAUTODTA
default tablespace QEAUTODTAT
temporary tablespace TEMP
quota unlimited on QEAUTODTAT
quota unlimited on QEAUTODTAI;
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Import the Dump File
1. Run the QEAUTODTAIMP.BAT from the following directory:
C:\qeauto
2. Wait for the import to finish.
Note: Ignore the 3 errors
Change the Local Database Password to Encrypted Password
1. Access ReconfigureMSDE.exe app from the following location:
JDEInstall Directory:\JDEdwards\E910\system\bin32

2. Change the password from Oracle123 back to the Encrypted E1
Password.
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Change the Datasource
Change the business datasource tablespace name to QEAUTODTA, as
shown in the following illustration:
1. From the EnterpriseOne Development Client console, navigate to
System Administration Tools -> System Administration Tools -> Data
Source Management -> Database Data Sources
2. Select data source – “System Local”
3. For the Data source – “Business Data Local”, change the Tablespace
Name to QEAUTODTA


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Import Par Files
The par files contain versions of applications, UBEs, and UDCs set with
unique processing options. The sample scripts call these specific application
versions and batch versions and control the applications and batch versions
so that they function according to what the script is intended to test.
1. Extract the par files.zip that contains application versions, batch
versions, and UDCs for each of the scripts to a local folder.
2. Access OMW.

3. Click Restore.
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4. On the dialog, click Yes.

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5. On the dialog, click Yes.

6. Navigate to the par file location and click Open.
7. Repeat the above steps for each par file.

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Refreshing the Data
When the sample scripts are run for the first time, they update the
transaction data, which impacts validations during the second run of the
scripts. Therefore, before you run a script for the second time, you need to
refresh the data. This section describes how to perform the data refresh.
Change the Local Database Password to a User-defined Password
1. Access ReconfigureMSDE.exe from the following location:
JDEInstall Directory:\JDEdwards\E910\system\bin32

2. Change the password from Encrypted E1 Password to the following
new password: Oracle123

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Drop Tablespaces
1. Close the EnterpriseOne console.
2. Drop both tablespaces – QEAUTODTAT and QEAUTODTAI




3. Verify that the QEAUTODTAI01.DBF and QEAUTODTAT01.DBF files
are deleted from C:\qeauto\Tables folder. If not, delete both files.
Create Tablespaces
Create the following tablespaces:
 QEAUTODTAT
 QEAUTODTAI
From the SQL prompt, run the following queries:













create tablespace QEAUTODTAT
logging
datafile 'C:\qeauto\Tables\qeautodtat01.dbf' size 1500M autoextend on next 60M maxsize 5000M
extent management local autoallocate
segment space management auto
online;

create tablespace QEAUTODTAI
logging
datafile 'C:\qeauto\Tables\qeautodtai01.dbf' size 1500M autoextend on next 60M maxsize 5000M
extent management local autoallocate
segment space management auto
online;

drop tablespace QEAUTODTAT including contents cascade constraints;
drop tablespace QEAUTODTAI including contents cascade constraints;
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Import the Dump File
1. Run the QEAUTODTAIMP.BAT from the following directory:
C:\qeauto
2. Wait for the import to finish.
Change the Local Database Password to Encrypted Password
1. Access ReconfigureMSDE.exe from the following location:
JDEInstall Directory:\JDEdwards\E910\system\bin32

2. Change the password from Oracle123 back to Encrypted E1 Password.