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E1: SEC: Trusted Node Configuration for Running UBES (Doc ID 816185.1)

Last updated on MARCH 12, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 8.98 and later
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We have separated our Production and non-Production environments. Each has an Enterprise Server that is the primary Security server \ Logic server with a separate Enterprise server for Batch processing.  We used the SSO Environment Configuration Tools within EnterpriseOne to create SSO Nodes, Token lifetime, and Trusted node configuration for a non-production Portal installation. We then modified the tokengen.ini file to correspond to this configuration.

The Portal install is able to utilize the configuration and Logic and Batch processes are correctly serviced by the appropriate server. However, Fat clients now must point to the non-production security server for any non-production batch jobs to complete successfully, and then repoint to the production security server for production UBE's to complete successfully. Currently the SSO configuration is only in place for the non-production environments. I would like clarification if this is expected behavior, or, is there a different setup that may alleviate this issue?


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