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E1: INST: Troubleshooting Known Issues when Installing or Logging into OEE Based Client Workstations (Doc ID 1086048.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 27, 2018

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 8.98 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

 This document provides solutions to a series of known issues found when installing or logging into OEE Based Client Workstations.

NOTE: When you perform the Oracle 32bit Client install, note that Oracle 32 Bit Native Client should NOT be installed with "Instant Client Option" (Choosing this option will result in a failure to install E1). Instead, you need to choose "Administrator". This creates a full Oracle Home.

 

Troubleshooting Steps

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In this Document
Purpose
Troubleshooting Steps
 Scenario 1A - "Error Opening F98MOQUE" when Logging into OEE Based Client Workstation
 Scenario 1B - "Error Opening F98MOQUE" when Logging into OEE Based Client Workstation
 Scenario 2 - EnterpriseOne Client Install Fails Due to Existing E1local Oracle Database (OEE) on the Workstation - OCI0000374 / OCI0000375 / OCI0000064 - Unable to create database server connection Errors
 Scenario 3 - "Configure Database Failed" Error during Client Install with OEE as Local Database
 Scenario 4A - OEE 64 Bit Client Install Fails With Error -1 In Windows 7 x64 - Error Message: The command failed with error -1
 Scenario 4B - OEE Client Install fails on Windows 7 workstation - Error: "The Command Failed with error 1"
 Scenario 5 - E1Local already exists in 64-bit Oracle Inventory = Errors OUI-10198 and SEVEREUI-10198:Unable to create a new Oracle Home with name E1Local
 Scenario 6 - E910 Fat Client installation can not successfully log onto environment = Error: Unable to connect to E1Local
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