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E1: DEMO: Frequently Asked Questions on the Standalone Installation of EnterpriseOne (Doc ID 645293.1)

Last updated on MAY 21, 2018

Applies to:

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

Purpose

The document contains information related to EnterpriseOne software Standalone (previously known as Demo) architecture, installation, and commonly asked questions.  It also contains reference to solutions related to Standalone Installs, troubleshooting and relevant questions.

 

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Question 1:  What is the purpose of the Standalone Versions of EnterpriseOne?
 Question 2:  How To List Network Ports Used By Standalone Client
 Question 3:  Can a new system user be used other than JDE?
 Question 4:  How To Setup Generation For Standalone Version?
 Question 5: Can Standard ESUs Be Applied to Standalone Demo Versions?
 Question 6:  Is it possible to run UBEs, embedded XML Publisher (XMLP - BI Publisher) Report Definitions or Plant Management Dashboard (PMD) from Standalone Web interface?
 Question 7:  Can Cross Reference Facility (R980011) run on Standalone?
 Question 8:  Will the R91400A Spec to XML conversion UBE execute and create the appropriate XML output when run on standalone?
 Question 9:  Can One View Reporting (OVR) be used with EnterpriseOne Standalone?
 Question 10:  Does Composite Application Framework (CAFEOne) feature work with E1 9.1 Standalone?
 Question 11:  When installing Oracle 32 bit client for standalone workstation, should Administrator option be chosen int he 32 bit client installation Wizard?
 Question 12: Can Real Time Event (RTE) setup be configured with a Standalone version of JD Edwards?
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