Can I Get Assistance Configuring Linux Install With JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Software

Posted on 2011-10-07
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I am a JDE software engineer that supports the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Software. We currently have 2 Unix Linux Red Hat enterprise servers on our system.

But in about a week the business will be adding another Unix Linux JDE Server into the mix.

I am not a Unix admin or expert but I do know how to connect and get around on Unix to support the JDE software. But this is the first time I will have to configure everything from scracth.

The Unix admin will have the Unix OS installed for me. But after that I have to install and configure everything else to get JDE to work on the new Unix server. So I'm trying to make sure I have all the steps (high-level) required to install and configure it. I have most of the basic core steps to install JDE on Unix, but I also know there are some "Unix" related tasks I will have to do, such as setting up the .PROFILE which I'm not familair with, creating the user that will do the JDE install, etc.

Any techs out there who has JDE AND Unix expertise that could help me? Even if you don't have JDE expertise if you are a Unix expert you can still help me with the "Unix" related tasks.

Once I get a response from anyone, I can go into  more detail on what I need. Thanks in advance!

Question by:matrix0511
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    Accepted Solution

    First of all I guess the official resource is a great place to start

    The other option would be to simply clone the currently running systems, with just a few modifications you can easily copy a whole system. For cloning you could take a look at

    If you should have further question feel free to ask.

    Author Comment

    Hi jan-janssen, are you familiar with JD Edwards running on Unix AIX?

    Author Comment

    Also, the other software I will need to install on this new Unix server is the C++ Compiler and the Oracle DB "client".

    Do you know what steps/commands to run for those installs?

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