E1: UPGTC: Issues with Table Conversions and Oracle Databases When Separate DB Servers/Instances for Production and Development are Being Used - "OCI0000065 - Unable to create user session to database server"
(Doc ID 647082.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 06, 2020
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version SP24 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The user is performing an upgrade on separate database servers/instances for Production and Development environments. Windows platform - Oracle database.
When installing the Platform Pack, the process creates SY900, DD900, OL900 on both servers as mandatory components. When the Pristine and Development upgrade plan has been prepared, the production server was specified as Database server for System, OL and DD.
Everything with the upgrade works fine until you get to the table conversions. When running Table Conversion Workbench, the table conversions start, but it prompts for the ID and password for Production Databases (where the System database resides) and populates "TESTDTA" in the ID field.
For some reason, it is trying to connect to SY900, DD900 and OL900 with the ID 'TESTDTA'.
Similarly it attempts to connect to the SY900 on Development Database Server with the 'SY900' ID, which we believe is correct.
The following may be seen in the jde.log:
The user is performing an EnterpriseOne software upgrade on separate database servers/instances for Production and Development environments. Running Table Conversion Workbench.
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