pace of technological change forces IT managers throughout
the world to constantly monitor the revision level of their production
JD Edwards systems.
releases of the EnterpriseOne software are providing not only
improved functionality, but also entirely new modules, including:
process of upgrading your system is in many cases straightforward
and purely time consuming. If you have completed a number of upgrades
yourself then you may be one of the lucky companies that does
not require external advice or management. If, like most companies,
it is a major upheaval and requires a professional organisation
to take account of the process from start to finish then the BMS
upgrade team is happy to undertake any one or more of the following
tasks to help you achieve your upgrade objectives:
Language Process Overview if the installation involves a secondary
and install any new hardware (By Third Party);
all variance anomalies;
and archive data;
up the deployment server;
up the existing language package directory (for language clients
up the enterprise server;
up the databases;
media object queues;
modification and merge flags;
all environments for upgrade;
the business data (optional);
the control tables;
custom changes in master control tables;
third-party hardware and software;
that the deployment server hardware and software meet minimum
that the enterprise server hardware and software meet minimum
that the workstation hardware and software meet minimum technical
that the Java Server hardware and software meet minimum technical
requirements (required when using Java Server);
that the Windows Terminal Services (WTS) hardware and software
meet minimum technical requirements (required when using WTS);
that the deployment server disk space meets minimum technical
that the enterprise server disk space meets minimum technical
the detail worksheet in the Pre-Upgrade Preparation section
of this documentation;
the software on the deployment server;
the latest software Tools Release and one-offs on the deployment
the latest Planner Update on the deployment server;
the Installation Planner creating an Upgrade plan for the Pristine,
Development and Prototype environments. Pristine is required
in order to run table conversions on the Enterprise Server.
These may be combined in one plan or multiple plans;
table conversion workbench and remaining workbenches;
manual table conversions;
and deploy packages;
the production environment;
the software after the upgrade;
homepage for Solution Explorer;
the data repository;
the software for use with Vertex;
advanced features and functionality provided by your upgraded
software may well give you the “competitive advantage” your business
is looking for. Additionally, the latest software release will
give you a direct path to Oracle Fusion. Furthermore, the extensive
cross business use of the Internet browser can lower ongoing technology
and maintenance costs.
PS810 is an extension of the Planner environment and used to
improve performance during the Table Conversion Workbench.
Specs, System, Server Map, Data Dictionary, Object Librarian
and the Pristine environment are in Unicode.
Coexistence is no longer supported.
Replication is no longer supported.
SQLServer now uses OLEDB instead of ODBC DS by default.
note there have been many reported issues with OLEDB, such as
specification merge, and package build errors when communicating
with SQL Server 2000 database using OLEDB. This is resolved by
reverting back to ODBC exclusively across all data sources.
MSDE replaces Access DB.
F986116 is used for DB2 UDB for Windows and UNIX table configuration.
BLOBs (Control Objects, Work Flow) are now stored in LOB columns
for Oracle and iS-eries.
No longer merge FDA or ER.
Retrofit custom code.
custom code takes into consideration the Unicode impact. A new
source slimmer is used.
Perform a Visual Compare of FDA and ER.
Server Package ER.
Object Change table no longer used for net change.
upgrade preserves all of the following custom data structures:
For a free No Obligation Upgrade Planning
Session please call Helen or Mark on +44(0) 1527 851 350