Upgrade Advisor: JD Edwards (JDE) EnterpriseOne 9.2
(Doc ID 2320843.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 25, 2021
The EnterpriseOne 9.2 Upgrade Advisor takes you through the process and steps of Upgrading the EnterpriseOne software components and best practices. This will include upgrading the EnterpriseOne code on the Deployment Server, Enterprise Server, HTML Server as well as the database Table Conversions and deploying a Web Development client. The information included on this single 9.2 Upgrade Advisor is pertinent to all customers upgrading from EnterpriseOne Xe, ERP8.0, 8.12, 9.0 and 9.1 to EnterpriseOne 9.2 application release level. Note that customers upgrading from EnterpriseOne 8.9, 8.10, 8.11 or 8.11 SP1 application release levels cannot directly upgrade to 9.2. In this case, they need to upgrade to EnterpriseOne 9.0 or 9.1 first, then in a second step, upgrade to 9.2 application release level.
Also beginning in Tools Release 9.2, the Simplified Upgrade process is available. Whereas a Traditional Upgrade replaces all JD Edwards EnterpriseOne objects, the Simplified Upgrade process identifies and replaces only specific standard JD Edwards EnterpriseOne objects that have changed between from applications release level 9.0 Update 2 or 9.1 to applications release 9.2. Note that the Simplified Upgrade path does not support upgrades from application releases prior to 9.0 Update 2. This advisor will take you through the steps of this new upgrade process.
An EnterpriseOne implementation contains other Oracle and/or 3rd party components that you may also be upgrading at the same time such as: Database, Application Server, and the various Operating Systems on those servers. Whilst we have provided a roadmap and information about what is certified with EnterpriseOne as well as complimentary information and guidelines to help you upgrade those components. The primary purpose of this Upgrade Advisor is to convert your EnterpriseOne code and data to EnterpriseOne (E1) application release 9.2. Similarly, any advanced configurations such as clustering, using SSO or load balancing (IP spreaders, vertical/horizontal clustering for Application Servers) are not explicitly catered for.
The Upgrade Advisor follows Oracle's recommended Upgrade path using standard JD Edwards environments, but the concept can also be used to upgrade custom environments. The process of identifying customizations and enhancements that may now be available or may need to be retrofitted in the base release of the product are an important part of the overall upgrade planning and analysis.
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