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E1: DB: Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and Oracle Database Real Application Cluster (RAC) Processing (Doc ID 2605829.1)

Last updated on APRIL 04, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Oracle RAC was introduced in 2001 with Oracle9i to provide a software for clustering in an Oracle database architecture and thereby ensuring high availability of the database. To provide this clustering solution, Oracle RAC allows multiple computers to simultaneously access a single database by using the Oracle Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) software. In a non-RAC architecture, a single instance accesses a single database instance and is not highly available.

Oracle RDBMS is one of the three main components of a JD Edwards EnterpriseOne architecture. The other two components are the Enterprise Server, where the C-based logic occurs, and the HTML Server which provides the user interface for web-based online transaction processing.

Customer data is stored on Oracle RDBMS and is manipulated by JD Edwards EnterpriseOne for the enterprise resource planning solutions including manufacturing, financial, mobile, order managements, and over 80 other application modules.

The purpose of the document is to illustrate the impact of node failures on database transaction processing on a JD Edwards EnterpriseOne architecture with an Oracle RAC configuration.

For more information, see:
JD Edwards JD Edwards EnterpriseOne High Availability Architecture – May 2017



JD Edwards with RAC.


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In this Document
 Overview: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne On Oracle RAC
 How Does JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Function in an Oracle RAC Environment?
 How Does JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Function When Communication with the Oracle Database Does Not Exist?

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