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E1: OS: Overview, Maintenance and Known Issues for AS400 / iSeries/ IBMi SQLPkgs (Doc ID 1525639.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 26, 2024

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version SP23 and Prior to 9.2 [Release SP23 and Prior to 9.2]
IBM i on POWER Systems


This document provides information on SQLPKGs, their maintenance and known issues.

Troubleshooting Steps

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In this Document
Troubleshooting Steps
 Question 1: What are SQL packages?
 Question 2: What data is stored in a SQL package?
 Question 3: How to tell if the SQL package is being used?
 Question 4: How to apply this information when running EnterpriseOne applications?
 Question 5: How to identify a SQL Package for a specific UBE
 Question 1: How to change the location of JDE SQL Packages and SQL Package naming convention
 Question 2: Are SQL Packages JDE environment specific?
 Question 3: Are SQL Packages created when the same report is run by different users (or in different environments)?
 Question 4: How to turn off JDE SQL Package creation including SQL Packages for JAS?
 Question 5: Setting up SQLPkgs for JAS
 Question 6: Operating System SQL Packages
 Question 1: When is the right time to delete SQL Packages?
 Question 2: When an ESU is installed, are SQL packages automatically deleted or should they be manually deleted?
 Question 3: If one user is experiencing an issue and another is not, will deleting SQL packages help the affected user?
 Question 4: How to delete SQL packages
 Question 1: What is Oracle's recommendation on clearing JD Edwards (OW/E1) generated SQL Packages?
 Question 2: Does Oracle recommend turning off JDE SQL Package creation?
 Question 1: What are the advantages of using SQL packages?
 Question 2: Are there any options in JDE to reduce the size of SQL Packages created?
 Known issues

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