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E1: ESU: Baseline ESU Frequently Asked Questions (Doc ID 626402.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 31, 2018

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version SP24 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.



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This document is part of an Information Center - to see other documents related to Software Updates, please use the links provided below:

Information Center: Software Updates(ESUs, ASUs), Product Packaging, Change Assistant, Configuration Assistant and OBA in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools and Technology Product > Information Center: Troubleshooting Software Updates(ESUs and ASUs) in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools and Technology Product > Baseline ESUs > Doc ID 626402.1


This FAQ answers common questions surrounding Baseline ESUs.
Information pertains to all customers installing a Electronic Software Update (ESU) patch or an Application Software Update (ASU) patch from EnterpriseOne XE to 9.1 application release level.

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 1 - What is a Baseline ESU?
 2 - How do Baseline ESUs differ from regular ESUs?
 3 - What is "Net change"?
 4 - How can I determine how much impact a Baseline ESU will have on my environment?
 5 - When are Baseline ESUs released?
 6 - Will I ever have to take a second Baseline for a particular area?
 7 - If multiple Baseline ESUs have to be created, will they be cumulative?
 8 - Do I have to take a Baseline ESU as soon as it is released?
 9 - Are Baseline ESUs Required?
 10 - Does an Update count as a Baseline?
 11 - How will I know when I need to take a Baseline ESU before I can take the ESU I need?
 12 - Will I need to update my environment to support Baseline ESUs?
 13 - What Baseline ESUs have already been released?

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