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JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.0/8.

98 Standalone Client Using Oracle Universal Installer (OUI) and Oracle Enterprise Edition (OEE) Database Installation Guide

May 2011

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..........................40 CHAPTER 7...................................................................................1 CHAPTER 2........................................................ All rights reserved Rev2 i .....39 Still Cannot Connect to the Security Server ..................................67 Copyright © 2011........35 TROUBLESHOOTING STANDALONE CLIENT STARTUP ERRORS ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................Ta ble of Contents CHAPTER 1......................................................... DEINSTALLING THE STANDALONE CLIENT ................................................41 General ..........................37 General ....................................................................6 COPYING THE INSTALLATION DVD ..... REPLACING THE JD EDWARDS ENTERPRISEONE TOOLS RELEASE COMPONENT 46 CHAPTER 9..........................................................................................................................................................................................42 Cannot Connect to the Security Server ...............................................................59 DEINSTALLING THE STANDALONE CLIENT.................59 DEINSTALLING THE OEE DATABASE (OPTIONAL) ............................................................................................................................37 Cannot Connect to the Security Server .................... Oracle...............................................................................................44 CHAPTER 8............................................ STARTING THE STANDALONE WEB CLIENT ..............................................22 TROUBLESHOOTING THE INSTALLATION ..................................................3 ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS ...................................................12 UNDERSTANDING DESTINATION PATHS ......................................................................................................13 INSTALLING THE LOCAL DATABASE ................................................................................. PREREQUISITES .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................32 CHAPTER 5.................... INSTALLATION METHODS ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. POST INSTALLATION TASKS .............................................33 CHAPTER 6.................................................................................................................. STARTING THE STANDALONE CLIENT ..........................................................7 DOWNLOADING FROM THE ORACLE E-DELIVERY WEBSITE ................................................................14 INSTALLING THE ENTERPRISEONE CLIENT .....................................................................................................................................8 CHAPTER 4.................................................60 GLOSSARY....ORA FILE.....................................................41 TROUBLESHOOTING STANDALONE WEB CLIENT STARTUP ERRORS ...................... INSTALLING THE STANDALONE CLIENT ............4 CHAPTER 3..........................................................................................3 MINIMUM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS ........... INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................................................................................33 UPDATING THE TNSNAMES.......................................................................................................................

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 Prepare the installation Use one of the installation methods: 1. Copyright © 2011. 2. This version of the Standalone Client using OUI supports only the Oracle Enterprise Edition (OEE) as the local database.0/8.Rev2 1 .  Perform post-installation tasks Copy a tnsnames.98 Standalone Client using the Oracle Universal Installer (OUI). Download an image of the installation DVD from the Oracle E-Delivery web site.Cha pter 1. Other tasks covered by this document include:  Start the Standalone Client Run the client and troubleshoot any startup errors. hereafter referred to as Standalone Client. This installation can include non-English languages. The major steps in installing the Standalone Client include:  Prepare target system Make sure your system meets the Minimum Technical Requirements. Directly from the installation DVD. Introduction This document explains how to install and run the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.  Troubleshoot the installation Analyze and correct any problems that arise during the installation.  Install the components Install the local database if it is not already installed and the Standalone Client.ora file. 3. Copy the DVD to a hard drive. Oracle. All rights reserved GA. This version that uses OUI does not support Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition (SSE).

if desired. Refer to the Glossary in this document for definitions of terms and acronyms. If you are specifying directory names from this document. All rights reserved Rev2 2 . Oracle.  Replace the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools component Replace the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release component (also known as “system” code) when a new JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release becomes available. Copyright © 2011. Note: Microsoft Windows Slash Characters. you may use either slash character.Chapter 1. Introduction  Start the Web Client Run the web client as part of the Standalone Client and troubleshoot any startup errors. Microsoft Windows syntax allows either a slash or backslash to separate directory names.  Deinstall (Uninstall) the Standalone Client Remove the client and the local database.

Oracle. The computer on which you are installing the Standalone Client needs to meet the MTRs of all types of clients described in this section.9x Minimum Technical Requirements for Clients (Doc ID 705409. All rights reserved Rev2 3 .oracle. Prerequisites Minimum Technica l Requirements Customers must conform to the supported platforms for the release as detailed in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Minimum Technical Requirements.1 that is entitled JDE E1 Tools 8.html Oracle has a consistent contract model for all programs and services globally. Prerequisites Cha pter 2. Copyright © 2011. or work in conjunction with other Oracle products. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne may integrate. as described in this document on My Oracle Support: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools 8.com/corporate/contracts/index.9x Client.1 The MTRs are contained in an attachment within document 705409. Oracle License and Service Agreement (OLSA) http://www. Therefore you should review and ascertain that your machine meets the requirements listed in these topics of the client MTR document: Information Common for all Clients Web Client Windows Client Development Client In addition.Chapter 2.1) https://support. Links to the specified policies are available here.oracle.com/corporate/contracts/olsa_main.oracle.com/oip/faces/secure/km/DocumentDisplay.us.html The Oracle License and Services Agreement (OLSA) is the standard agreement that is used to license Oracle programs and acquire related services. Refer to these links: Oracle Contracts Home Page http://www. interface. The standard contracts often refer to other sites or policies that may be relevant to a specific order or provide more information on policy.jspx?id=705409.

Verify that all previous releases of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne (Standalone Clients and normal clients) have been completely deinstalled or saved via Snapshot before installing the Standalone Client. Microsoft Visual Studio is not required unless you are building business functions. which varies according to your order date. do not replace this JDK with a 64-bit version because EnterpriseOne is a 32-bit program which requires a 32-bit version of the JDK even when running on a 64-bit version of Microsoft Windows. Read the section entitled: Additional Considerations before installing any additional third-party software. This document will do the same. but if you plan to build business functions. Review the applicable tables. Additiona l Considera tions 1. For instructions on how to Copyright © 2011. Your license for the program(s) may include additional license rights. 3.Chapter 2. Third-party software. Deinstall versus uninstall. refer to the below verbiage which contains links to available PDFs as applicable. JDK 1.98. The MTRs refer to the Tools release level. OUI uses the term “deinstall” to mean removal of an Oracle product. Also. Be sure the MTRs are met before starting the Standalone Client installation. Notes: EnterpriseOne Releases. Oracle. PeopleSoft / JD Edwards Program Table From the above OLSA page. All rights reserved Rev2 4 . 2. The release of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools for this Standalone Client is 8. Prerequisites Oracle Program Documentation http://www. The release of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications for this Standalone Client is 9. 4.oracle. The installation of the Standalone Client installs the Microsoft libraries that are necessary to run EnterpriseOne. Do not replace this with another version of the JDK because JDK 1.com/technology/documentation/index. you will need the compiler and additional libraries that Visual Studio provides.6 and higher have not been validated with EnterpriseOne Tools Release 8.98.5 is supplied with the installation.0.html Access current and previously released Oracle program documentation.

6. This version of the Standalone Client using OUI supports only the Oracle Enterprise Edition (OEE) as the local database. This release of the Standalone Client contains Oracle Enterprise Edition (OEE) 11gR2. 5. you do not have to deinstall the database first. Standalone Client does not require Software Protection Codes (SPCs) to run so you will not need to perform the steps for applying SPCs that previous EnterpriseOne releases required. follow the instructions in the section of this guide entitled: Deinstalling the OEE Database (optional). if you previously had installed OEE 10g or you need to reinstall the 11gR2 database for some reason. 8. Prerequisites deinstall the Standalone Client. However. If you previously had installed OEE 11gR2 as the local database and you are reinstalling the Standalone Client. 7. All rights reserved Rev2 5 . the Standalone Client installer will delete it during the installation. Oracle.Chapter 2. refer to the section of this guide entitled: Deinstalling the Standalone Client. Copyright © 2011. If you need to install the OEE database and the Microsoft Windows environment variable ORACLE_HOME exists. This version of Standalone Client using OUI does not support Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition (SSE).

Insta lla tion Methods Depending on several factors. Oracle.Rev2 6 . From an E-Delivery download You have access to the Oracle E-Delivery website Use the procedures described in the section in this chapter entitled: Downloading from the Oracle EDelivery Website.Cha pter 3. Copyright © 2010. you can install the Standalone Client using one of these methods: Method Directly from a DVD Method Requirements You have a DVD Use the procedures described in the section in this chapter entitled: Chapter 4. From a copy of a DVD You have a DVD Use the procedures described in the section in this chapter entitled: Copying the Installation DVD. All rights reserved GA. Installing the Standalone Client.

Chapter 3.00 2. Oracle. Installation Methods Copying the Installa tion DVD Perform these steps if you are copying the installation DVD to a hard drive. All rights reserved Rev2 7 . The recommended name is: \Standalone_9. Copyright © 2011. On the hard drive onto which you want to copy the installation DVD. ► To copy the installation DVD 1. You may want to do this so additional users can install from a single location. either locally or to a network location. Copy the contents of the installation DVD to the temporary installation directory you created in Step 1 above. create a temporary installation directory.

oracle. and therefore have performed the steps in the preceding section of this chapter.00 2. The recommended name is: \Standalone_9. 3. ► To download the Standalone Client from the Oracle E-Delivery website 1. create a temporary installation directory. Installation Methods Downloa ding from the Ora cle E-Delivery Website Complete these instructions if you are downloading the Standalone Client software from the Oracle E-Delivery web site: http://edelivery.com If you are installing the Standalone Client from DVD or a network share location. continue through the screens. you can skip this section and proceed to Chapter 4. for the above selection you must choose Microsoft Windows (32 bit) as the platform. On your client machine. Installing the Standalone Client. All rights reserved Rev2 8 . Open the E-Delivery web site. Click the Go button to display the results. Copyright © 2011.Chapter 3. Windows 7 x64). Oracle. and select these values on the Media Pack Search screen: Select a Product Pack: Platform: Note: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Microsoft Windows (32 bit) Even if you are installed on a 64-bit version of the Windows 7 operating system. (that is.

Due to the maximum file size restrictions for downloads on E-Delivery. If the description of the download item contains the word Language. For English.98.0 Applications and 9. select this: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.4 Standalone with English and Language Translation Note: Language. 6. Installation Methods 4. Locate the item with the description: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.98 Tools Media Pack for Microsoft Windows (32-bit) For languages other than English.0 Update Applications/8. you will need to download multiple parts for a selected part number. Copyright © 2011. Click Continue. Click the Download button next to the item that you wish to download.0 Update 2 and 8. Oracle. In the results grid. All rights reserved Rev2 9 . 7. select this: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9. Note: Multiple Part Downloads. the language of the Standalone Client is English. If the description of the download item does not contain the word Language.Chapter 3. click the radio button next to the proper description.98 Tools and Technology Foundation with Translations Media Pack for Microsoft Windows (32-bit) 5.0 Applications/8. the language of the Standalone Client includes both English and other supported languages.

zip file to the temporary installation directory you created in Step 1. Save the . Installation Methods 8. use your favorite unzip program to extract the contents of the downloaded files to the temporary installation directory that you created in Step 1. When extracting. be sure to click in the checkbox to enable this option: Use folder names 12.zip file.00 9. All rights reserved Rev2 10 . Note: JDBC Drivers. After you finish downloading the first item.00 Copyright © 2011. 10. the directory is named: Standalone_9. save the . the directory is named: \Standalone_9. If you followed the recommendation. If you followed the recommendation. After you finish downloading all parts of your item. including JDBC drivers.zip file(s).00 Note: Extract Option. select the corresponding row for the second item labeled (Part 2 of 2) and click the Download button. Oracle. Again. 11. now reside in the temporary installation directory.zip file to the same directory where you saved the previous . extract the remaining . In the same manner.Chapter 3. the directory is named \Standalone_9. labeled (Part 1 of 2). All files necessary to perform the installation. If you followed the recommendation.

All rights reserved Rev2 11 . Installation Methods This example screen illustrates the directory structure when the .zip files are extracted into the recommended temporary installation directory (Standalone_9.00): Copyright © 2011.Chapter 3. Oracle.

The instructions in this chapter assume that you are installing directly from the DVD. In this case. the installation program will be in the directory into which you copied the DVD or into which you expanded the downloaded files. in order to run the installer for the Standalone Client. Installing the Standalone Client involves first installing a local database and then installing the actual E1 Standalone Client. If you followed the recommendation. All rights reserved Rev2 12 . the installation program will be located in the root directory of the DVD. Installation Methods for additional details. Installing the Standalone Client Cha pter 4. Insta lling the Sta nda lone Client Before You Begin Verify that your system meets the Minimum Technical Requirements. Follow the instructions in the next two sections to install the database and client.Chapter 4.00 As is the case with all installations on Microsoft Windows machines (including Microsoft Windows XP and Vista). this directory is: C:\Standalone_9. Oracle. Copyright © 2011. you must be logged onto Microsoft Windows as a user with Administrator rights. If you are installing from a copy of the DVD or a download from E-Delivery. You can install the Standalone Client directly from a DVD or from a copy of the DVD or a download from E-Delivery. Notes: Assumptions. Refer to Chapter 3.

Tip: It is recommended that you use the above names when installing OEE and the E1 Standalone Client. You can specify a name that is intuitive so you do not have to remember the path. you would now have three Oracle Homes: Oracle Home Path C:\JDEdwards Oracle Home Name JDE_Local_DB_Home Comment This is the Parent Oracle Home of the database. This path has a name as well. When you install the OEE database engine. This is the Parent Oracle Home and will contain the subdirectory C:\JDEdwards\E1Local. C:\JDEdwards\E1Local E1Local C:\JDEdwards\E900 JDE_Standalone_Home This is the Oracle Home of the Standalone Client. This is a directory that contains all the files associated with the product. Oracle. The name of this Oracle Home is always E1Local. All rights reserved Rev2 13 . This is the Oracle Home of the database. This subdirectory is the Oracle Home of the database instance called E1Local. For these instructions. For example. two Oracle Homes will be created: 1) Top-level Oracle Home. you may enter C:\JDEdwards\E900 as the Oracle Home path and JDE_Standalone_Home as the Oracle Home name. you may specify C:\JDEdwards as the Oracle Home with the name JDE_Local_DB_Home when installing the database. Following the above examples. the top-level Oracle Home is referred to as the Parent Oracle Home. Installing the Standalone Client Understa nding Destina tion Pa ths Each Oracle product that is installed on a machine has what is termed an Oracle Home directory or path.Chapter 4. you specify an Oracle Home and name for that installation as well. Copyright © 2011. For example. and 2) Oracle Home of the database. When you install the E1 Standalone Client.

follow the instructions in the section of this guide entitled: Deinstalling the OEE Database (optional).Chapter 4. On JD Edwards Install Manager. If you previously had installed OEE 11gR2 as the local database and you are reinstalling the Standalone Client. When running the installation program on Vista and higher versions of Microsoft Windows. you do not have to deinstall the database first. Note: Vista and Greater on Microsoft Windows. Oracle.exe from the root folder of the installation DVD. All rights reserved Rev2 14 . you must right click on the executable and select Run as Administrator. click this link: EnterpriseOne E90 Standalone – OUI 11g Copyright © 2011. However. if you previously had installed OEE 10g or you need to reinstall the 11gR2 database for some reason. ► To run the local database installer 1. Launch InstallManager. 2. Installing the Standalone Client Insta lling the Local Da ta ba se This release of the Standalone Client contains Oracle Enterprise Edition (OEE) 11gR2.

Oracle. click Next. Copyright © 2011. Installing the Standalone Client 3. All rights reserved Rev2 15 .Chapter 4. On Welcome.

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7. On Specify Home Details, you must specify an Oracle Home path and a name for that path. For more information about Oracle Homes and recommendations for naming the Oracle Homes for the E1 Standalone Client, see the section in this guide entitled: Understanding Destination Paths. On Specify Home Details, enter a path and name for the Parent Oracle Home path under which the local OEE database will be installed. During installation, the database will be copied to a subdirectory under the Parent Oracle Home path. This subdirectory is E1Local and is the Oracle Home for the database. The name of this Oracle Home is E1Local as well. In summary, you will have two Oracle Homes for the database: The Parent Oracle Home is the path that you specify on this screen. Likewise its name will be the name that you enter on this screen. For example:

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c. You will probably need to deinstall the database Copyright © 2011. From Windows’ Control Panel. In the list of Services. look for the services named OracleE1LocalTNSListener and OracleServiceE1LOCAL.Chapter 4. Even though the screen says that the installation was successful. All rights reserved Rev2 20 . Examine the logs specified in the table OEE Installer Logs. you should perform a quick determination that all the database installation steps were successful before clicking Exit. Follow these steps: a. Warning: Examine the Installer Logs. there was a problem in completing all the installation and configuration steps. run Administrative Tools / Services. If either one of these is missing. Installing the Standalone Client 11. b. Oracle. you will see the End of Installation screen. When the installation of the database finishes.

click the Exit button. and then reinstall the OEE database. Oracle. All rights reserved Rev2 21 . You must reboot your machine before continuing with the installation of the E1 client as described in the next task in this guide. Copyright © 2011. 13. On End of Installation.Chapter 4. Installing the Standalone Client engine using the steps in the section Deinstalling the OEE Database. reboot. 12.

Oracle. On JD Edwards Install Manager. you must right click on the executable and select Run as Administrator. Launch InstallManager. All rights reserved Rev2 22 . click this link: EnterpriseOne E90 Standalone – OUI 11g Copyright © 2011.Chapter 4.exe from the root folder of the installation DVD. 2. Installing the Standalone Client Insta lling the EnterpriseOne Client ► To run the EnterpriseOne client installer 1. When running the installation program on Vista and higher versions of Microsoft Windows. Note: Vista and Greater on Microsoft Windows.

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if you accept the license click the appropriate button. Oracle.Chapter 4. On Oracle License Agreement. All rights reserved Rev2 24 . You cannot continue with the installation unless you accept the license agreement. Copyright © 2011. Installing the Standalone Client 4.

All rights reserved Rev2 25 . Click the Next button. 6. Oracle. Installing the Standalone Client 5. ensure that the radio button for EnterpriseOne Client is turned on.Chapter 4. Copyright © 2011. On Select a Product to Install.

object. Copyright © 2011. Production Only production E1 objects.Chapter 4. you will be presented a list of components (shown in the next table) that you will select to install or reinstall. and binary (for example. DLLs) files and specs. Oracle. Installing the Standalone Client 7. including E1 business function source. On Select Installation Type. All rights reserved Rev2 26 . Custom After several screens. enable the appropriate radio button for these installation types: Development Both production and development E1 objects. Select this if you need to modify or build E1 objects. including E1 business function binary (DLLs) files and specs.

BPM Broker Yes Yes Yes Yes Workflow Modeler Yes Yes The web-enabled E1 client. Installing the Standalone Client The Oracle Universal Installer provides the segmentation of the E1 Standalone Client into components. This includes Training data Control data Data Dictionary Object Librarian Versions Yes Yes Production Objects Yes Yes Development Objects E1 Local Data Yes No Yes Yes Features E1 Client BPM Broker E1 Client Workflow Modeler E1 Client Web Development Features defined for the E1 package. E1 objects in a pathcode that are required to perform development tasks. All rights reserved Rev2 27 . After you have selected an installation type. Also includes E1 system data that will be stored in the local database. Component Name Description Included in Development Installation? Yes Included in Production Installation? Yes EnterpriseOne Client Foundation This is a parent to all the other components. Copyright © 2011. also known as System Code or Tools Release E1 objects in a pathcode that are required to run E1. E1 Foundation.Chapter 4. Yes Yes 8. Those components are shown in the following table as well as two columns indicating which components will be installed for the various installation types. Oracle. E1 non-system data that will be stored in the local database. click the Next button.

On Specify Home Details. Warning: Do not specify the same Oracle Home name or path into which you installed the local database.Chapter 4. you must specify an Oracle Home path and a name for that path. This path contains all the files for each Oracle product. however. Each Oracle product that is installed on a machine has what is termed an Oracle Home path. Installing the Standalone Client 9. The path you enter here is for the Oracle Home path where the E1 Standalone Client will be installed. you can specify a path that is a subdirectory of the database’s Parent Oracle Home. All rights reserved Rev2 28 . Copyright © 2011. Oracle. This path has a user-specified name as well. 10. Click the Next button.

Installing the Standalone Client 11. 12. The size of the selected package applies to a new installation of all components of the package.Chapter 4. the installer compares the selected package size with the amount of free disk space of the destination path. The following checks were added to the installer to handle the general cases whereby local databases in addition to OEE and multiple E1 packages will be available for the Development Client installer to install. Oracle. the installer displays a warning. All rights reserved Rev2 29 . free up the Copyright © 2011. On Package Selection. otherwise. you are reinstalling one or more components). If you are sure that enough disk space really exists (for example. Available disk space. If not enough free disk space exists. After you click Next. you can ignore the warning and continue with the installation. Notes: The E1 Standalone Client and E1 Web Development (Fat) Clients will both use this OUI installer. only one package is shown for the Standalone Client. Click the Next button. That package is called DEMO and is highlighted by default.

In addition. Oracle. verify that what is to be installed is correct and click Install. Available database. You can then continue with the installation. If that occurs. 13. you will need to reboot your machine and then rerun the Standalone Client installer. On Summary. Installing the Standalone Client necessary disk space or use the Back button to back up to the Specify Home Details screen to select a different drive onto which the Standalone Client will be installed. When that installation completes. Click the Install button. you will receive an error message at this time. All rights reserved Rev2 30 . If you have not installed the OEE database engine prior to attempting to install the Standalone Client and you select a package that requires OEE. 14. Copyright © 2011.Chapter 4. use the Back buttons to back up to Select a Product to Install and select the option to install the Database Engine. the installer has not had enough information to determine which database engine is required. until you select the package to install.

All rights reserved Rev2 31 . Installing the Standalone Client 15. Perform the tasks in the section of this guide entitled: Chapter 5. you should always check the logs before you attempt to run the Standalone Client.Chapter 4. Regardless of whether you get the above message indicating the Standalone Client installer succeeded. 16. Copyright © 2011. 17. Post Installation Tasks. Examine the logs specified in the table Standalone Client Installer Logs. Warning: Examine the Installer Logs. Click the Exit button. When the installation of the E1 client finishes. you will see the End of Installation screen. Oracle.

log C:\JDEdwards\E1Local\cfgtoollogs\oui Description Log for OEESetup program that runs the Oracle database installer. All rights reserved Rev2 32 . Oracle. Records results of decompressing CAB files. Log for the Oracle Netca program that configures the cloned Oracle database E1Local. Path that contains OUI logs for the installation and cloning of the E1Local database. C:\JDEdwards\E1Local is the Oracle Home path for the OEE database. the logs for the current run of OUI are copied to the path C:\JDEdwards\E1Local\cfgtoollogs\oui. typically either: C:\Temp or C:\Documents and Settings\ <Windows_user_name>\Local Settings\Temp <temp_folder>\Netca. the logs for the current run of OUI are copied to the path C:\JDEdwards\E900\cfgtoollogs\oui. Upon completion of OUI. These logs are created during the installation of the Standalone Client: Standalone Client Installer Logs OEE Installer Logs Standalone Client Installer Logs Path/File C:\JDEdwards\E900\cfgtoollogs\oui Description Path that contains OUI logs for the installation of the E1 client.log OEE Installer Logs Path/File C:\OEEInstall. Upon completion of OUI.log Copyright © 2011. examine the installation logs for errors. C:\JDEdwards\E900 is the Oracle Home path that you specified during the installation. C:\Program Files\Oracle\Inventory\Logs Master path that contains logs for all runs of OUI installing to any Oracle Home on the machine. C:\DeCompressStatus. C:\Program Files\Oracle\Inventory\Logs Master path that contains logs for all runs of OUI installing to any Oracle Home on the machine.Chapter 4. <temp_folder> is the path pointed to by the Microsoft Windows TEMP environment variable. Installing the Standalone Client Troubleshooting the Insta lla tion If you receive any errors during the installation or encounter errors when attempting to run the Standalone Client.

which is used to define how a connection to the database is made. Post Insta lla tion Ta sks After installing the Standalone Client. For example. you must perform the following post installation task: Updating the tnsnames. you will have other tnsnames.ora files on your machine. Oracle. in order to regain connectivity to other Oracle databases.ora file Upda ting the tnsna mes. The name of the OEE database that is installed with the Standalone Client is E1Local.Cha pter 5.ora file used by E1Local with the database connection information that is stored in the other tnsnames. All rights reserved GA.ora file Note: Dependencies. that is. you must update the tnsnames. the tnsnames.ora files to define those connection parameters. This process is applicable only if this machine is used to connect to other Oracle databases.ora for the last installed Oracle database is used by any software running on your local machine to access all the Oracle databases. or if you access remote Oracle databases. By design.Rev2 33 . Therefore. it is likely that will be the last database installed. this tnsnames.ora defines the port number and SID for E1Local. Oracle databases that were not installed as part of the Standalone Client installation. If you have other Oracle databases installed on this machine. Because the E1Local database is normally installed during the installation of the Standalone Client. It has its own tnsnames. Copyright © 2010.ora file.

All rights reserved Rev2 34 . Copy the contents of these other tnsnames. Post Installation Tasks ► To update the tnsnames. For example: C:\Apps\db\oracle102\NETWORK\ADMIN\tnsnames. Edit the new tnsnames.ora). Oracle. OEE for the Standalone Client is always installed in a subdirectory called E1Local under the path that you specified when installing OEE.ora files and append them to the version of the file that is being used by the E1Local database (for example. These tnsnames.ora Note: OEE Install Location. Edit the tnsnames.ora 3.ora file located in this path: C:\JDEdwards\E1Local\NETWORK\ADMIN\tnsnames.Chapter 5. C:\JDEdwards\E1Local\NETWORK\ADMIN\tnsnames.ora files will be located in the NETWORK\ADMIN path under the installation paths of the Oracle database clients.ora files on your machine for any other Oracle databases that you may access (whether remote or local databases). 2.ora file 1. Copyright © 2011.

Optionally.JDE_Standalone_Home where JDE_Standalone_Home is the name of the Oracle Home that you designated when installing the E1 client. All rights reserved GA. Sta rting the Sta nda lone Client ► To start the Standalone Client 1. Launch the Standalone Client by double clicking the shortcut EnterpriseOne Solution Explorer either on your desktop or under this navigation: Start > All Programs > Oracle .Rev2 35 . you must right click on the shortcut or executable and select Run as Administrator. Note: Vista and Greater on Microsoft Windows. you can double click the program activConsole. When running the installation program on Vista and higher versions of Microsoft Windows. Oracle.Cha pter 6.exe from this path: C:\JDEdwards\E900\system\bin32 Copyright © 2010.

In this case. which is DEMO and the default password.Chapter 6.exe. 4. you should enter the role: DEMOROLE and take the default environment: DEMO900. you may have to wait up to 30 seconds before signing in. exit from EnterpriseOne and then retry running activConsole. On JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Login.exe giving a bit more time before clicking OK on the logon screen. which are environment DEMO900 and role *ALL. All rights reserved Rev2 36 . If the environment and role fields are shown. 3. Ensure this program has completed its initialization steps before you click OK on the logon screen. Starting the Standalone Client 2. Click the OK button to login into the Standalone Client. Oracle. If you have installed any Oracle Business Accelerators (OBA). You should allow sufficient startup time for the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne background process jdenet_n. Note: Startup Time. which acts as the security server on the Standalone Client. click the Options button to display the environment and role fields. you can accept the defaults. which is also DEMO. enter the default user ID. If you get an error indicating failure to connect to the Security Server. Depending on machine resources. Copyright © 2011.

exe 5. If the column titled PID is not displayed. Edit this file: c:\Windows\jde. Click OK. change the value of the Output key to FILE. use this procedure to turn it on: a. Note the names of the log files specified for the JobFile and DebugFile keys in the Debug section so you can locate them when needed. Kill these processes if they are running: activConsole. Run the Microsoft Windows Task Manager. c. 4. All rights reserved Rev2 37 . 1.exe jdenet_n.exe from this directory: C:\JDEdwards\E900\system\bin32 Copyright © 2011. go to View > Select Columns… b. as shown below: [DEBUG] Output=FILE 7. 8. Run activConsole. Click the Processes tab. 2. Starting the Standalone Client Troubleshooting Sta nda lone Client Sta rtup Errors This section describes these troubleshooting tasks: General Cannot Connect to the Security Server Still Cannot Connect to the Security Server Genera l If you have any trouble running the Standalone Client.ini 6. In the [DEBUG] section. turn on additional logging and rerun the Standalone Client. Turn on the checkbox next to PID (Process Identifier). Oracle. In the menu.Chapter 6. 3.

Starting the Standalone Client 9. You can determine which process ID belongs to each EnterpriseOne process by noting the process IDs and names shown in the Microsoft Windows Task Explorer and by examining the first few lines of the generated logs. Oracle.log where: pid is the ID of the process generating the log.ini. the names of the files will be of the forms jde_pid_mmddyy.log and jdedebug_pid_mmddyy. All rights reserved Rev2 38 . However.Chapter 6. day. Attempt to sign into the Standalone Client. Copyright © 2011. mmddyy is the month. and year in which the log was generated. Logs are generated in the directory specified by the JobFile and DebugFile keys in the [DEBUG] section of the jde.

This could cause the security server (process jdenet_n. Kill these processes if they are running: activConsole. Try again to sign on. Starting the Standalone Client Ca nnot Connect to the Security Server Problem: You get an error (either in a pop-up window or in the logs) indicating that the Standalone Client could not connect to the security server.exe) may have simply been slow in starting causing the activConsole. b.exe. All rights reserved Rev2 39 .exe) to take too long to start causing the activConsole.exe to time out.exe c.ini file.Chapter 6. Rerun activConsole. Edit the c:\windows\jde. the Standalone Client attempts to start the web client at the same time that activConsole. Change the value of the StartAppServer key in the [LOCALWEB] section to ONDEMAND. By default.exe jdenet_n. Oracle. To do so. Run the Microsoft Windows Task Manager. d. The security server (process jdenet_n. For example: [LOCALWEB] StartAppServer=ONDEMAND e. You can specify that the web client should start only when you attempt to bring up the Web menu (described in the next section entitled: Still Cannot Connect to the Security Server). 2. Copyright © 2011.exe starts.exe to time out. follow these steps: a. Resolution: Try the following: 1.

Copyright © 2011. Starting the Standalone Client Still Ca nnot Connect to the Security Server Problem: After doing the above. All rights reserved Rev2 40 .exe jdenet_n.exe c. 2.exe . Oracle. you again get an error (either in a pop-up window or in the logs) indicating that the Standalone Client could not connect to the security server. Run the Microsoft Windows Task Manager. Kill these processes if they are running: activConsole. Verify that the statuses of these services are Started: OracleServiceE1LOCAL OracleE1LocalTNSListener If not.Chapter 6. Rerun activConsole. b. for each stopped service click Action > Start in the menu. Go to Start > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services. Resolution: Verify that the local database service(s) is running using this procedure: 1. 3. Try to sign in again by following these steps: a.

All rights reserved GA. Troubleshooting Sta nda lone Web Client Sta rtup Errors This section discusses these troubleshooting topics: General Cannot Connect to the Security Server Copyright © 2010. Oracle. 2. Select Tools > EnterpriseOne Menu. The Standalone Client should automatically sign you into the Standalone Web Client. Follow the steps in the section Starting the Standalone Client. Sta rting the Sta nda lone Web Client ► To start Standalone Client Web Applications 1.Rev2 41 .Cha pter 7.

you can ignore that section. By default.log Copyright © 2011. All rights reserved Rev2 42 . Starting the Standalone Web Client Genera l If you have any trouble running the Web Client. In each of the sections that describe a log file there are section headers that are enclosed in square brackets ([ and ]). For example: File=log\jderoot.properties file explains the uses and possible values of all the keys in the file. For example: #[E1LOG] or # File=log\jderoot. If you do not find any logs with the above prefixes. Note: The information at the top of the jdelog. In Microsoft Windows Explorer. If a section header or the FILE key is commented out with a pound sign (#). especially logs that are prefixed with either: jas jde 3. 1. In Microsoft Windows Explorer. Oracle. Examine any logs that were recently created. drill down to the location of the Web Client logs.Chapter 7. the logs may be in another folder. look at the Web Client logs. Search through the file and note the value of the FILE key.log The value of the FILE key in each section is the name and path of a log file associated with that section.ear\webclient\WEB-INF\classes b. Edit the file jdelog. drill down to this directory: C:\JDEdwards\E900\system\OC4J\j2ee\home\applications\ webclient.properties. Use this procedure to determine the location of those logs: a. the logs are located in this directory: C:\JDEdwards\E900\system\OC4J\j2ee\home\log 2.

log If a log file name and path start with neither a drive letter nor a backslash.log If a log file name and path starts with a drive letter followed by a colon and slash. the path is also absolute. For example: File=c:\standalone_logs\jas_090109. the path is relative to this folder: C:\JDEDwards\E900\system\OC4J\j2ee\home For example. Starting the Standalone Web Client The actual file name will be the value of the FILE key with an underscore and the current date appended. This means that the log file will be located on the specified drive in the specified directory. For example: File=\log\jderoot_090109. For example: jderoot_090109.Chapter 7. if the value for the FILE key is log\jas.log If a log file name and path starts with a slash. This means that the log file will be located on the drive on which the E1 Standalone Client is installed and in the specified directory. the path is absolute. Oracle.log and the Standalone Client is installed in C:\JDEdwards\E900. All rights reserved Rev2 43 . the log file is written to: C:\JDEdwards\E900\system\OC4J\j2ee\home\log Copyright © 2011.

c. 3. Run the Microsoft Windows Task Manager. b.exe java. Oracle. Exit from the Standalone Web Client and Standalone Client. Wait for these processes to die: activConsole. Go to Start > Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Services.Chapter 7. Verify that the statuses of these services are Started: OracleServiceE1LOCAL OracleE1LocalTNSListener If not.exe jdenet_n. All rights reserved Rev2 44 . Starting the Standalone Web Client Ca nnot Connect to the Security Server Problem: After starting the Standalone Web Client from the Standalone Client. 2. Try to sign in again by following these steps: a. Resolution: Verify that the local database services are running using this procedure: 1. you get an error on the screen indicating that the Web Client could not connect to the security server.exe Copyright © 2011. for each stopped service click Action > Start in the menu.

Chapter 7.exe remains running.exe program is used by a variety of programs written in the Java programming language. d. continue to the next step. If you wait for a minute or more and a java. it could be running for any number of other Java programs. Rerun activConsole.exe is associated with the Standalone Web Client or with some other program. sign in. Starting the Standalone Web Client Note: The java. and start the Standalone Web Client (select Tools > EnterpriseOne Menu from the Standalone Client). Copyright © 2011. however. One of these programs is the Standalone Web Client. you can assume that it is associated with a Java program other than the Standalone Web Client.exe to restart the Standalone Client. It is difficult to tell in Microsoft Windows Task Manager if the java. In that case. All rights reserved Rev2 45 . Oracle.

98.4. 8. Repla cing the JD Edwa rds EnterpriseOne Tools Relea se Component The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9. (The Tools component of the Standalone Client is also known as "system.98 Standalone Client is shipped with a specific release of the Tools component. Notes: Because you are replacing files that the Standalone Client installer uses.") You can determine this particular release by examining the contents of this file: C:\JDEdwards\E900\system\bin32\ptf. you will need to either copy the installer from a DVD to a hard drive or download the installer from E-Delivery. For the following instructions.0/8. it is assumed that the folder where the Standalone Client installer resides is: <drive>:\Standalone_9. Oracle. All rights reserved GA.Rev2 46 . for example.Cha pter 8. follow the instructions in this chapter.log If Global Customer Support instructs you to update the Tools component to a newer release.00 Copyright © 2010. Follow the instructions in the section Copying the Installation DVD or Downloading from the Oracle EDelivery Website.

par file. Download the appropriate Tools Release WINCLIENT from the Update Center. If EnterpriseOne is running.par file by double clicking on it. you should backup your existing system directory in your installed Standalone Client. It is a self-extracting file that is normally installed on a deployment server. You should not open the . rename the directory.exe jdenet_n. For example: ren C:\JDEdwards\E900\system C:\JDEdwards\E900\system_old Note: Unable to Rename. This file may be opened with the standard WinZip program. 5. Replacing the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release Component ► To Replace the Tools component 1.exe process(es). The download is transferred to your machine as a . 2.exe processes may have the directory locked. If Microsoft Windows does not allow you to rename the directory. In this case. Warning: Improper Unzipping. either reboot your machine or use Microsoft Windows Task Manager to kill the java.exe If either or both of these processes are running. it will assume that your workstation is a deployment server and attempt to install it in an incompatible manner.Chapter 8. one or more running java. Open the . Because the entire system directory is to be replaced. 4. either wait for them to finish or kill them via Task Manager. Oracle. To do so. Use Task Manager to verify these processes are stopped: activConsole. Copyright © 2011. stop it. 3. All rights reserved Rev2 47 .par file with WinZip. If you double-click on it.

When running the installation program on Vista and higher versions of Microsoft Windows. All rights reserved Rev2 48 . Launch InstallManager. 8. you must right click on the executable and select Run as Administrator.Chapter 8.00).00\InstallManager.par file are multiple . Note: Vista and Greater on Microsoft Windows. Replacing the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release Component 6. Oracle.exe from the root folder of the copy of the DVD (for example.CAB where X is either nonexistent or a whole number. \Standalone_9.CAB files in the Disk1\System folder. \Standalone_9. 7. The files are called SystemX. On JD Edwards Install Manager. Inside the .exe). click this link: EnterpriseOne E90 Standalone – OUI 11g Copyright © 2011.CAB files into the “system” folder where you placed the temporary installation directory (for example. Extract these .

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On Select a Product to Install. Oracle. ensure that the radio button for EnterpriseOne Client is turned on. 12. All rights reserved Rev2 51 . Copyright © 2011. Click the Next button. Replacing the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release Component 11.Chapter 8.

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Chapter 8. Copyright © 2011. 16. Replacing the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release Component 15. All rights reserved Rev2 53 . select the Oracle Home directory where you installed the E1 client. On Specify Home Details. Oracle. Click the Next button. from the drop-down lists next to either the Name or Path fields.

All rights reserved Rev2 54 . On Available Product Components. Click the Next button. Copyright © 2011. Replacing the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release Component 17.Chapter 8. Oracle. turn off all checkboxes except those next to Foundation. 18.

Click the Next button. On Package Selection. Copyright © 2011. Replacing the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release Component 19. All rights reserved Rev2 55 .Chapter 8. That package is called DEMO and is highlighted by default. Oracle. only one package is shown for the Standalone Client. 20.

Oracle. 22. Click the Install button. Copyright © 2011. All rights reserved Rev2 56 . On Summary. verify that what is to be installed is correct.Chapter 8. Replacing the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release Component 21.

Click the Exit button. When the installation of the E1 client finishes. Click the OK button. button. click the Delete Files. Copyright © 2011. c.. Replacing the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release Component 23. Click the OK button. d. b. you will see the End of Installation screen. Clear the cache in your browser using these browser-dependent procedures: Microsoft Internet Explorer a.Chapter 8. Exit Internet Explorer. 25. Go to Tools > Internet Options. 24. All rights reserved Rev2 57 . e. Oracle.. On the General tab.

Click the OK button.Chapter 8. b. click the Clear Now button. Go to Tools > Options. d. All rights reserved Rev2 58 . 26. Copyright © 2011. Oracle. c. Replacing the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release Component Mozilla Firefox a. Launch EnterpriseOne by following the instructions in the section of this guide entitled: Starting the Standalone Client. On the Network tab and in the Cache section. Exit Mozilla Firefox.

Rev2 59 .exe jdenet_n. 3. Go to Start > All Programs > Oracle – JDE_Standalone_Home > Oracle Installation Products > Universal Installer. Copyright © 2010. Use Task Manager to verify these processes are stopped: activConsole. Click Remove and follow the prompts. Deinsta lling the Sta nda lone Client Deinstalling the Standalone Client consists of these tasks: Deinstalling the Standalone Client Deinstalling the OEE Database (optional) Deinsta lling the Sta nda lone Client ► To deinstall the Standalone Client 1. stop it. you can drill down to select individual components to remove.exe If either or both of these processes are running. Oracle. Alternatively. Put a check mark next to the item with the Oracle Home name that you gave to your E1 client. 6. All rights reserved GA. exit from the Oracle Universal Installer. When the deinstall is complete. Click this link entitled: Deinstall Products… 5. 4. 7. If EnterpriseOne is running.Cha pter 9. 2. either wait for them to finish or kill them via Task Manager. 8.

Oracle. This section contains these tasks: To deinstall the OEE 11gR2 database To deinstall the OEE 10g database To complete the database deinstallation ► To deinstall the OEE 11gR2 database Follow these steps to deinstall an OEE 11gR2 database. Deinstalling the Standalone Client Deinsta lling the OEE Da ta ba se (optiona l) Note: Ensure Standalone Client is Deinstalled. If you followed the earlier recommendations in this guide. If running on Windows Vista or later. Run this command: <E1Local_Oracle_Home >\deinstall\deinstall. Open a command prompt window. Copyright © 2011. Refer to the section in this guide entitled: Deinstalling the Standalone Client. If you do so.bat where <E1Local_Oracle_Home> is the directory where the database is installed. All rights reserved Rev2 60 . you must deinstall it before deinstalling the database. If the Standalone Client is installed. the deinstaller will not be able to delete the <E1Local_Oracle_Home> directory. the directory is: c:\JDEdwards\E1Local Note: Do not navigate to the <E1Local_Oracle_Home>\deinstall directory (using the cd command) and run the batch file from there. 1. be sure to run this by right-clicking on the Command Prompt icon (an example navigation is: Start > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt) and selecting Run as administrator. 2.Chapter 9.

If for some reason. then it will be deleted. g) Specify the flash recovery area location. If 'E1LOCAL' subdirectory is found. the specified directory will be deleted.Single Instance Database|2. those files were not created during OEE installation. These files provide answers to prompts that the database deinstaller would normally prompt a user. c) Specify the type of this database (1. b) Specify the list of database names that are configured in this Oracle home [E1LOCAL]: Take the default. []: Take the default. Oracle. In most cases. e) Specify the storage type used by the Database ASM|FS []: Enter FS. Alternatively. All rights reserved Rev2 61 . then it will be deleted. if it is configured on the file system. Deinstalling the Standalone Client Note: The OEE installation program should have created some artifact files for us by the deinstaller. If 'E1LOCAL' subdirectory is found.Oracle Restart Enabled Database) [1]: Take the default. h) Specify the database spfile location [ ]: Take the default. d) Specify the diagnostic destination location of the database [C:\Oracle\diag\rdbms\e1local]: Take the default. you are prompted for information when you perform the deinstall. you can specify list of database files with full path []: Take the default. or otherwise cannot be located by the deinstaller. f) Specify the list of directories if any database files exist on a shared file system. Otherwise.Chapter 9. Copyright © 2011. These are the prompts: a) Specify all Single Instance listeners that are to be de-configured [LISTENER]: Take the default. you can take the default values.

3. When the deinstall is complete. This will be addressed as a later step in the section entitled: To complete the database deinstallation.Chapter 9.yes. To remove the Parent Oracle Home. The above steps are used to remove the OEE 11gR2 database engine. 9. this would be “JDE_Local_DB_Home. Oracle. you may get some errors indicating that not all of the directories could be deleted. In this case. Click the Remove button and follow the prompts. Click the link entitled: Deinstall Products… 6. If you used the recommended names. exit from the Oracle Universal Installer. continue with the next. 4. All rights reserved Rev2 62 . Put a check mark next to the Oracle Home for: JDE_Local_DB_Home 7. At this point you can continue in sequence with the current section. 8. n . refer to Understanding Destination Paths. Go to Start > All Programs > Oracle – Parent_Oracle_Home_Name > Oracle Installation Products > Universal Installer. For more information regarding the Parent Oracle Home. Parent_Oracle_Home_Name is the name that you specified for the Parent Oracle Home when you installed the database.” 5. Perform the steps in the section below entitled: To complete the database deinstallation. Deinstalling the Standalone Client i) Do you want to continue (y .no)? [n]: Enter y. Copyright © 2011. Upon completion of steps a-i.

1. Click on My Computer in the left-hand pane. Deinstalling the Standalone Client ► To deinstall the OEE 10g database Follow these steps to deinstall an OEE 10g database. Go to Start > All Programs > Oracle – E1Local > Oracle Installation Products > Universal Installer. All rights reserved Rev2 63 . Click Save. Place a check mark next to the parent of the line containing the Database Engine. Make a backup of the registry: i. ii. Choose a location and provide a filename for the registry backup. b. Go to Start > Run…. Use this procedure to verify that the proper keys were removed from the registry: a. Put a check mark next to the Oracle Homes for these items: JDE_Local_DB_Home This is the Oracle Home Name that you provided when installing OEE. E1Local This is the Oracle Home Name of the cloned copy of the database. 6. enter this command to start the Registry Editor: regedit c.Chapter 9. 2. Oracle. Copyright © 2011. The one that you need to deinstall is titled Database Engine followed by a version number. When the deinstall is complete. Click File > Export … iii. exit from the Oracle Universal Installer. 5. 4. Click this link entitled: Deinstall Products… 3. If you are not sure which name you used. In the Open field. iv. Click the Remove button and follow the prompts. expand the tree for each listed Oracle Home by clicking on the plus sign next to each Oracle Home Name.

It is very important that no files exist in this folder when you next attempt to install the OEE database. Click on and expand this key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Oracle e. Perform the steps in the section below entitled: To complete the database deinstallation. follow these steps: i.sysinternals. delete it. If the keys OracleE1LocalTNSListener or OracleServiceE1LOCAL exist. f. All rights reserved Rev2 64 . Either kill the locking process with Process Explorer or Microsoft Windows Task Manager or. Reboot the computer. Try again to delete the folder. k. iii. Determine which file is locked and which process has the lock on the file. i. j. You can obtain a free copy of Process Explorer from this web site: www.com ii. 7. if the process was started as a Microsoft Windows service. h. Copyright © 2011. Oracle. Exit the regedit program. delete them. A freeware program called Process Explorer can be helpful in determining this information. If you cannot delete the folder because a file in that folder is locked. Deinstalling the Standalone Client d. Click on and expand this key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services g.Chapter 9. If the sub-key KEY_E1Local exists. Delete this folder: C:\JDEdwards\E1Local Note: No Files Can Exist In This Folder. change the Startup Type to Manual and reboot the computer again. If any files do exist. the OEE installation will probably fail.

click on and expand this key: 32-bit version of Windows: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Oracle 64-bit version of Windows: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Oracle 5. Deinstalling the Standalone Client ► To complete the database deinstallation Use this procedure to verify that the proper keys were removed from the registry: 1. Click on and expand this key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services 7. Go to Start > Run…. Exit the regedit program. Reboot the computer.Chapter 9. In the Open field. Copyright © 2011. b. 4. Depending on your Microsoft Windows operating system. d. 6. 9. delete it. enter this command to start the Registry Editor: regedit 3. Choose a location and provide a filename for the registry backup. If the sub-key KEY_E1Local exists. If the keys OracleE1LocalTNSListener or OracleServiceE1LOCAL exist. 2. Click on My Computer in the left-hand pane. Click File > Export … c. Oracle. delete them. All rights reserved Rev2 65 . Click Save. 8. Make a backup of the registry: a.

Copyright © 2011. Determine which file is locked and which process has the lock on the file. If you cannot delete the folder because a file in that folder is locked. 11.sysinternals. It is very important that no files exist in this folder when you next attempt to install the OEE database.Chapter 9. if the process was started as a Microsoft Windows service. follow these steps: a. Delete this folder: C:\JDEdwards\E1Local Note: No Files Can Exist In This Folder. Deinstalling the Standalone Client 10. c.com b. Perform the steps in the section below entitled: To complete the database deinstallation. the OEE installation will probably fail. A freeware program called Process Explorer can be helpful in determining this information. Oracle. Either kill the locking process with Process Explorer or Microsoft Windows Task Manager or. You can obtain a free copy of Process Explorer from this web site: www. If any files do exist. change the Startup Type to Manual and reboot the computer again. 12. Try again to delete the folder. All rights reserved Rev2 66 .

The actual program name is: InstallManager.Glossa ry This glossary provides descriptions of terms and acronyms used in this document.exe Ja va Development Kit (JDK) A set of tools and Java code used to develop Java applications. All rights reserved GA. JDBC driver A database driver that is used by Java programs to connect to a database. Copyright © 2010. Da ta ba se driver A set of code used to connect to a database. Insta ll Ma na ger The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne program that starts the Standalone Client installer. Oracle.Rev2 67 . E-Delivery An Oracle web site from which applications can be downloaded. Ja va Runtime Environment (JRE) A set of tools used when running Java applications. Loca l da ta ba se A database that resides on the client workstation on which the Standalone Client is installed. H4A (HTML for Applica tions) The Standalone Web Client.

and a backslash or. if the drive letter can be assumed. Ora cle Universa l Insta ller (OUI) A program that is used to install Oracle products. Spec da ta ba se Copyright © 2011. Softwa re Protection Codes (SPCs) Encrypted alphanumeric strings used to designate the number and expiration date of licenses used to run previous versions of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. Oracle. simply by a single backslash. Root folder The base-level folder of a computer drive whether that drive is a hard drive or a DVD. This version of the Standalone Client is installed using OUI. Sna pshot A JD Edwards EnterpriseOne tool used to save and restore installations of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne products such as standalone clients.Glossary Minimum Technica l Requirements (MTRs) The minimum software and hardware requirements needed to install and run the Standalone Client.0 release of the Standalone Client does not require SPCs.com Ora cle Enterprise Edition (OEE) A version of the Oracle database product. The particular version of OEE that is used and installed by the Standalone Client is a stripped down version intended only for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne client and deployment server installations.oracle. development clients. and deployment servers. a colon. All rights reserved Rev2 68 . and deployment servers. The 9. As of this writing the URL is: https://support. My Ora cle Support The Oracle web site at which support and documentation for Oracle products may be obtained. OEE is also installed by OUI. It is designated by the drive letter. including standalone clients. development clients.

event rules. Tools component The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne component of the Standalone Client that provides midlevel functionality to the EnterpriseOne applications. Copyright © 2011. applications. All rights reserved Rev2 69 .). etc.98 client that does not require any of these associated EnterpriseOne servers: Deployment Server Enterprise Server (also known as host or logic server) HTML Web Server Database Server Sta nda lone Web Client The web browser based component of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Standalone Client. Sta nda lone Client A JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9. Oracle. SQL Server 2005 Express Edition (SSE or SSEE) The version of the Microsoft SQL Server database product intended to run on individual client Microsoft Windows workstations. Also known as JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release or “system” code.Glossary A database that contains information (“specifications” or descriptions) about JD Edwards EnterpriseOne objects such as database tables.0/8. and components of applications (forms.