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E1: MOBJ: How to Configure Media Objects to Work on the HTML / Web Client with Windows Networking (Doc ID 845387.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 01, 2021

Applies to:

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


This document is designed to supplement the Oracle JD Edwards standard documentation manuals by providing the specific requirements for configuring media objects to work on the HTML / Web client.  

This document covers all currently available service packs / tools releases being used with application releases from Xe through EnterpriseOne 9.x for Windows networking configurations.

For detailed information on Media Object functionality see Document 636127.1 E1: MOBJ: Overview, Configure, and Use Media Object Attachments with EnterpriseOne


The steps included in this document require a Web or CNC administrator with the proper knowledge and access to the web and deployment servers as well as access to EnterpriseOne.


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In this Document
 Media Object Configuration Overview
 Windows Networking Media Object Configuration
 1. E1 HTML Services
 2. Server Manager Setting
 Tools Releases 8.97 and higher - Server Manager
 Tools Releases SP 23-8.96 - jas.ini
 3. P98MOQUE Set Up
 Frequently Asked Questions
 Question 1: Can the Media Object Web Cache be Deleted Periodically?
 Question 2: How to Use Windows Networking from WebDev Client?  
 Question 3: Are There Specific Third Party Security Requirements?
 Question 4: What Controls Which Text Editor (RTF or HTML) is Used for Media Objects?
 Question 5: Is it Possible to Configure and Use Cloud Storage with Media Objects?
 Troubleshooting Tips
 Known Issues
 Issue 1: File Upload to the Server Failed
 Issue 2: Errors Updating or Accessing the Media Object
 Issue 3: Users Unable to Work with Media Object Attachments with Internet Explorer 11 (IE11)

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