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A couple weeks ago I wrote a post about setting up Windows Firewall on a Windows 2003 Server running Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.

Well, looks like I wrote that article a little too quickly. Because although Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne ran perfectly, the users were not able to access the exported files on the shared folders. Actually, neither was ...

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Results: Where Does The CNC Function Reside In Your IT Department? http://e1tips.com/…/CNC_function_IT_Department_Survey_Chart…

Where do you put CNC?

That was the question I asked in my first survey attempt. Needless to say, the CNC community is a quiet group. I only got 7 responses. I know there are many people that read this blog but rarely do I get comments, suggestions or flat out criticisms. Maybe that’s due to me staying pretty factual (translate “geeky”). For those tha...t actually know me, I don’t seem to hold back when it comes to my opinions.

Anyway, here are the results:

So, are you surprised?

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One of the best things about the Linux command line is the ability to recall the last used command by hitting the up arrow ↑. Yes, I realize that Windows command line has done that for a long time, but where do you think they got the idea for that?

I’m fairly new to this whole Linux thing and I had an issue where I used SSH to get to a Linux server but when I ran a command and the...n hit the up arrow ↑, I got back a couple unreadable characters instead of the previous command. I found out that I was using the wrong command shell for what I was wanting to do.

There are a few shells that seem to be fairly common:

bash – Bourne again shell

ksh – Korn shell

csh – C Shell

dash – Debian almquist shell

I’m not sure which shell I was using that day, but I figured out that I needed the bash shell. Below are a few commands that will help you when working with your command shell:

To find all of the available shells in your system, type the following command:

cat /etc/shells

To find out your current shell, type any of the following commands:

echo $SHELL
ps $$
ps -p $$

To change your shell to the bash shell, type the following command:

chsh -s /bin/bash

Anything else you want to add to the discussion about shells?

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I’ve worked at four very different IT organizations. I guess you would call 2 of them large and 2 of them small/medium sized organizations. That’s it. I’ve only received a W2 from four different IT organizations. I think that’s pretty good for a 20 year career in Information Technology, especially having gone through the Y2K Crisis and the Dot-com Bub...ble.

My first IT experience came at a quasi-state agency. It was “quasi” because we were kind of segregated from the rest of the state agencies. Anyway, I hadn’t gotten into JDE yet, so it isn’t really relevant to my thoughts on this post.

The other three organizations were a Fortune 500 company, a large privately held company and now a Fortune 300 company. Although these three organizations are vastly different, there was one thing that seemed to be consistent between them:

Where do we put CNC?

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Be sure to see the final results by signing up for our email list:

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Securing Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne with Windows Firewall http://e1tips.com/…/2…/07/EnterpriseOne_Windows_Firewall.png

On one of the Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne installations that I manage, we have a few Windows 2003 Servers. Yeah, I know, it’s no longer supported but the Tools Release is and there are a couple third-party applications that are not able to be upgraded. It’s crazy how messy, real-life situations cannot be duplicated in the squeaky-clean confi...

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Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Multi-Foundation configuration is used to run at least two separate tools releases on the same installation. This is usually done to facilitate an environment or pathcode that can be updated to a new Tools Release without effecting your production environment.

It’s also a great way to remove the dependency of your production environment... and non-production environments being on the same set of EnterpriseOne services. That means you can bounce non-production services without effecting production. This is great for troubleshooting as well as applying OS updates.

The easiest way to setup multi-foundation is to follow the steps outlined in the following Oracle doc: Working With Multiple Tools Release Foundations

Do you have an tips or tricks when it comes to working with EnterpriseOne Multi-Foundation?

Submit a Tip or Trick

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Don’t ya just hate that message when on the PDF at the completion of an EnterpriseOne package build… Build Completed With Errors?

Well, I came across this the other day and I just couldn’t get the EnterpriseOne package build to rebuild successfully. There were no usual suspects, like coding errors or running out of disk space. The only error I had was:


Attempting to Link.
Command: 'chdir=E:\JDEdwards\E900\DDP\packages\PDF6000\obj\CLOC'
Entering DoTheLink.
Executing: 'dir /b *.obj >> link_cmd'.
Executing: 'link @link_cmd >> CLOC.log'.
Entering RunMtExe.
Executing: 'mt.exe -manifest E:\JDEdwards\E900\DDP\packages\PDF6000\bin32\CLOC.dll.manifest -outputresource:E:\JDEdwards\E900\DDP\packages\PDF6000\bin32\CLOC.dll;#2'.
builddll.c:4719 BUILDDLL0191 ERROR: Failed to run mt.exe successfully
Exiting RunMtExe.
builddll.c:2394 BUILDDLL0082 ERROR: Exiting DoTheLink with failure.
Finished Linking. Copying .c, .h, .hxx, and bin32 to Package Location.

So, I started messing around with the mt.exe command that it was trying to run and came up with this:

C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v6.0A\Bin>mt.exe -manifest E:\JDEdwards\
E900\DDP\packages\PDF6000\bin32\CLOC.dll.manifest -outputresource:E:\JDEdwards\E

Then, I resubmitted the build using Package Build History and it completed successfully.

Do you have any tricks for getting by odd package build issues?

Submit a Tip or Trick

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Examining and Generating JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Indexes http://e1tips.com/wp-conte…/uploads/…/07/sql_ninja_thumb.png

Within the last week, Shannon Moir has had 2 great posts about EnterpriseOne indexes that have motivated me to evaluate our database:

JDE slow, missing indexes? find it fast… fix it fast!

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JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release https://advcit.files.wordpress.com/…/cropped-information-te…

Just in case you missed it, the latest JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release is now generally available.

As with most new releases, there are some interesting features included: enhancements to EnterpriseOne Search, new Orchestration capabilities, additional flexibility for Media Object storage, and platform certifications.


However, there are a couple things that I think are especially interesting:

“Rather than being licensed as a discrete product, the usage of Orchestrator is now included as part of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Core Tools and Infrastructure.”

That’s right! The way I read this is that if you are licensed for JDE Core Tools & Infrastructure, you are now licensed for Orchestrator. Good news if you’ve been on the fence about using this new technology or don’t have a big enough project to make the licensing worth it.

You can now store Media Objects on the file system or in the database which enables you to upgrade to TR without re-writing existing Medio Object integrations.

It’s great to see all the improvements that are being made.

What do you think is the most compelling improvement to get you to upgrade?

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