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ODAVP: How to bring JDE Deployment Server on ODA Virtualized Platform (Doc ID 1684316.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 07, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Database Appliance Software - Version and later
Oracle Database Appliance - Version All Versions and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The Deployment Server for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne must reside on an Intel Pentium-based computer running Microsoft Windows. Optionally you can choose to install the Deployment Server into a virtual machine for Microsoft Windows. For non-production use with Oracle VM Templates, a Deployment Server is not required. You must have a Deployment Server in production environments or any environment in which you want to apply ESUs or perform Package Builds. The scope of this article is to explain how you could bring the Deployment Server on ODA VP (Oracle Database Appliance Virtualized Platform) keeping it running into a Guest Virtual Machine.


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In this Document
 How to bring JDE Deployment Server on ODA Virtualized Platform
 JDE Deployment Server to be installed on MS Windows Guest VM created from an ISO image
 1. Create a new MS Windows Guest VM
 2. Install the JDE Deployment Server
 JDE Deployment Server installed on MS Windows Guest VM exported from VMWare vShere
 1. Pre export steps
 2. Export the JDE Deployment Server Guest from VMWare vShere
 3. Import the OVA VM template on ODA VP
 4. Review the vm configuration file 'vm.cfg' (from ODA_BASE)
 5. Clone the new Guest
 6. Download the PV drivers for windows and Install them

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