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E1: PKG: How to Build And Deploy a 64-Bit Package (Doc ID 2383257.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

While doing the 64 bit conversion Process, the Deployment Server has two foundations. In this scenario the default foundation is a 32 bit Tools Release and the alternate foundation is 64 bit Tools Release. This document will help to build a 64 bit Client Only Package.

Note: The first 64-bit full package must include the client. The recommendation is to do a full client and server package.  Once the package is built successfully and files have been converted to 64-bit the pathcode record in the F00942T will have emenvfu2=1.
Note: The first full client and server package built against the 64-bit foundation for a particular pathcode will run the 64-bit conversion process, which will add time to the package build process.  Alternatively, the R9664CONV UBE can be run to convert the pathcode from 32-bit to 64-bit before building the full package.  For more information on this UBE see the Package Management Guide.

 

More information on the 64-bit Conversion Process can be found on LearnJDE and in this Learning Path.

 

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