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E1: OS: Troubleshooting a UNIX Enterprise Server (Doc ID 626295.1)

Last updated on JUNE 11, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version SP24 and later
Generic UNIX

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General Troubleshooting Hints For UNIX Servers

All of the following tasks assume that you are logged on to UNIX in an account that has administrative privileges.

Troubleshooting Steps

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In this Document
 General Troubleshooting Hints For UNIX Servers
Troubleshooting Steps
 Installing E1 on a UNIX Server
 A.  Copying EnterpriseOne to Server
 B.  Configuring DB Tables (OCM, etc.)
 C.  Setting Up a Printer
 D.  Setting Up JDE.INI
 Troubleshooting E1 on a UNIX Server
 A.  Finding the Log Files
 B.  Testing with PORTTEST
 C.  Running the Server Processes General Tips:
 D.  Test by Submitting a UBE General Tips:
 E.  Shutting down EnterpriseOne General Tips: 
 Configuring E1 on a UNIX Server
 A.  Multi-Foundation and UNIX server:
 B.  EnterpriseOne Process Flow on UNIX/Linux Server:
 C.  EnterpriseOne Initialization

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