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E1: ESU: CHA: Frequently Asked Questions on How to Determine ESUs Dependencies - What ESUs Depend on a Given ESU and ESUs a Given ESU is Dependent on (Doc ID 1561567.1)

Last updated on MARCH 26, 2024

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JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version SP24 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


 This document provides information and details frequently asked questions on how to determine ESUs dependencies - What ESUs depend on a given ESU and ESUs a Given ESU is dependent on.

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Questions and Answers
 Q1: Customer is getting an error when installing an ESU patch to an environment stating that there is an unmet dependency, but they are sure the ESU has been installed. What is the system not finding to verify the dependency has been installed?
 Q2: Customer has installed many ESUs to their system. They is considering un-installing (restoring from backup) an ESU, but needs to find out if there are other ESUs they installed after it that were dependent on the ESU they wish to back out. Customer needs to identify all ESUs that depend (rely) on this ESU being installed.
 Q3: Customer is checking the ESUs that have been applied in their system and wants to know what ESUs a particular ESU may be dependent on.
 Q4: What information is available in the F96400 in relation to software updates that have been installed?
 A1: How the System Determines Unmet Dependencies for Software Updates
 Example when installing an ESU patch using Change Assistant:
 Example when installing directly in the Software Updates application (P96470):
 How to determine what ESUs the given ESU is dependent on (and if the dependencies have been satisfied):
 A2: How to find all ESUs that are dependent on a particular ESU (i.e. what ESUs rely on the prior successful installation of a given ESU)
 A3: How to Find All ESUs that a Particular ESU is Dependent on
 A4: Information Stored in the F96400 for Software Updates and the significance of the SGCDCID (Component ID) field.
 CDCID=1 : SAR/Bug information
 CDCID=2 : Object information
 CDCID=3 : Dependencies
 CDCID=10 : Equivalencies

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