E1: ENV: How To Create A Mirror / Clone Image Of One Environment To Another (Non-AS400)
(Doc ID 626143.1)
Last updated on JULY 15, 2020
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version SP23 and Prior and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
This document describes how to create a mirror image of the CRP Environment from the PD Environment on a Windows or Unix Enterprise server on application releases earlier than E812. You can use this process to make a mirror image on any installed environment.
For 8.12+ application releases, please check Doc ID 2216807.2 How to Create a Custom Environment Using the Environment Director (P989400) or the Installation Plan or Add a Standard Environment Using Deployment and Enterprise Server Installers
NOTE: This solution has been updated for EnterpriseOne 8.12 or higher including EnterpriseOne 9.x. Review the last section.
Assumptions The instructions in this document assume you have installed the Production (PROD, PD) and Prototype (CRP,PY) path codes during the Deployment Server install and/or upgrade. It also assumes the PD and CRP environment data is at the same release level. All Objects in the CRP environment should be checked in and a current full or update package should exist. This document will use PD and CRP as an example.
Following topics are discussed in this document,
Copying the Central Objects and Versions from PY (CRP) to PD (FOR 8.12+ See Caveat)
Copying the Control Tables from CRP to PROD
Copying the Business Data from CRP to PROD
Copy all Deployment Server directories from CRP/PY to PD
Copy Enterprise Server directories from CRP/PY to PROD
Updating Object Librarian Records for PROD from CRP
Copying Packages (See Caveat for 8.12 and above)
Additional information to consider
Caveat for EnterpriseOne 8.12 and above
This document is intended for a System Administrator responsible for creating and maintaining EnterpriseOne environments.
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