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Million Dollar Oracle 8.1.6/JDE Question

cdawes

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Anyone who solves this desires a million bucks. Here's the situation.

Before our first go-live with JDE OneWorld we rolled out 200+ replacement
desktops. We were at Oracle 8.1.5 but since Oracle was desupporting this on
January 1st 2001 AND JDE had certified OneWorld on Oracle 8.1.6 we migrated
all our database servers to Oracle 8.1.6 and installed Oracle 8.1.6 clients
and MDAC 2.1 SP2 on all our clients.

The problem we are experiencing is that when we run Financial columnar
reports such as the R14113 certain sections get dropped from the report.
This is a consistent problem in our environment that JDE-Denver has not been
able to duplicate. They have indicated (as usual) that it must be something
with our technical set-up. Here's why I believe that it is not our set-uo
but a JDE OneWorld 'bug'. Here's what I've tried to fix it.

1. Install SP13 - Still not working
2. Run the cross references on R14113 and transfer all objects relating to
this report from Pristine to CRP. - Still not working
3. Install OneWorld on a NT server to see if the problem was at the OS
level. - Still not working.
4. Install a Pristine package on the workstation. - Still not working.
5. Roll back to SP 11.1 and use jdbco81.dll instead of jdbco80.dll. - Still
not working.

The only place that this report did run correctly was on the Deployment
server. So I tried the following:

1. Copy all directories from the Deployment server pathcode to a
Workstation. - Still not working
2. Build a new Pristine package and test on the Deployment Server (worked).
Deploy package to workstation. - Still not working.

To prove that this was not a database problem with Oracle here's what I did:

1. Turn on all logging and capture the SQL select statements generated by
OneWorld.
2. Run the captured SQL statements against the Oracle Database
3. All the right information was returned, thus there was no problem with
Oracle.

Now I could rule out that this was not an OS problem, not a database problem
and really not a OneWorld application problem since I had copied the entire
pathcode from the Deployment Server (working) to a Workstation
(not-working). This left only one possibility - JDE database middleware.

The reason I suspect the middleware is that I took an Oracle 8.1.6 client,
rolled it back to Oracle 8.1.5 and guess what? - Perfect report. Myself, our
senior level DBA's, the 3 report writer's who were doing reports, 2 CNC
consultant who came in and most of Denver is stumped by this. What we had to
do was roll back 45 client who went live on Budget on October 10th. We have
200 more users going live on full A/R, GA and A/P on January 1st, 2001. We
do not want to have to downgrade our Oracle clients on either our
workstations or our servers. We have tried just about everything with
JDE-Denver. You're my only hope!

Thanks

Colin




Now here's what I did to



Colin Dawes, MSc
Business Systems Analyst
The City of Guelph
 

devimisra

Active Member
Did you try running Locally ? The report has 4 section, Which sections are
getting dropped from the report ? Do you have a log ? If yes would you mind
passing it to me? What about other reports?

Yes I want that Million dollar, do I have lifelines ??

Devi Misra
dmisra@broughton-sys.com



>From: cdawes <cdawes@city.guelph.on.ca>
>Reply-To: jdelist@jdelist.com
>To: jdelistml@jdelist.com
>Subject: Million Dollar Oracle 8.1.6/JDE Question ~~0:927
>Date: Sat, 11 Nov 2000 08:42:59 -0800 (PST)
>
>Anyone who solves this desires a million bucks. Here's the situation.
>
>Before our first go-live with JDE OneWorld we rolled out 200+ replacement
>desktops. We were at Oracle 8.1.5 but since Oracle was desupporting this on
>January 1st 2001 AND JDE had certified OneWorld on Oracle 8.1.6 we migrated
>all our database servers to Oracle 8.1.6 and installed Oracle 8.1.6 clients
>and MDAC 2.1 SP2 on all our clients.
>
>The problem we are experiencing is that when we run Financial columnar
>reports such as the R14113 certain sections get dropped from the report.
>This is a consistent problem in our environment that JDE-Denver has not
>been
>able to duplicate. They have indicated (as usual) that it must be something
>with our technical set-up. Here's why I believe that it is not our set-uo
>but a JDE OneWorld 'bug'. Here's what I've tried to fix it.
>
>1. Install SP13 - Still not working
>2. Run the cross references on R14113 and transfer all objects relating to
>this report from Pristine to CRP. - Still not working
>3. Install OneWorld on a NT server to see if the problem was at the OS
>level. - Still not working.
>4. Install a Pristine package on the workstation. - Still not working.
>5. Roll back to SP 11.1 and use jdbco81.dll instead of jdbco80.dll. - Still
>not working.
>
>The only place that this report did run correctly was on the Deployment
>server. So I tried the following:
>
>1. Copy all directories from the Deployment server pathcode to a
>Workstation. - Still not working
>2. Build a new Pristine package and test on the Deployment Server (worked).
>Deploy package to workstation. - Still not working.
>
>To prove that this was not a database problem with Oracle here's what I
>did:
>
>1. Turn on all logging and capture the SQL select statements generated by
>OneWorld.
>2. Run the captured SQL statements against the Oracle Database
>3. All the right information was returned, thus there was no problem with
>Oracle.
>
>Now I could rule out that this was not an OS problem, not a database
>problem
>and really not a OneWorld application problem since I had copied the entire
>pathcode from the Deployment Server (working) to a Workstation
>(not-working). This left only one possibility - JDE database middleware.
>
>The reason I suspect the middleware is that I took an Oracle 8.1.6 client,
>rolled it back to Oracle 8.1.5 and guess what? - Perfect report. Myself,
>our
>senior level DBA's, the 3 report writer's who were doing reports, 2 CNC
>consultant who came in and most of Denver is stumped by this. What we had
>to
>do was roll back 45 client who went live on Budget on October 10th. We have
>200 more users going live on full A/R, GA and A/P on January 1st, 2001. We
>do not want to have to downgrade our Oracle clients on either our
>workstations or our servers. We have tried just about everything with
>JDE-Denver. You're my only hope!
>
>Thanks
>
>Colin
>
>
>
>
>Now here's what I did to
>
>
>
>Colin Dawes, MSc
>Business Systems Analyst
>The City of Guelph
>
>--------------------------
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JDE Version?
Platform?
O.S. version?

Have you tried testing with a client that has had MDAC 2.5 installed
instead of 2.1?
JDE doesn't seem to care about MDCA all that much if you're Oracle since it
should be using OCI ... however MDAC includes so many Microsoft components
that I believe Oracle Clients can be affected also.

FWIW
------------------------------------------------
Larry Jones
I.T. White Knight
Wagstaff, Inc., Spokane, WA USA
509.922.1404 x3266
ljones@wagstaff.com
ERP:  JDE OneWorld B733.1, SP 11.3
Tech: HPUX 11, Oracle 8.0.5, NT4/Win2K
------------------------------------------------



>From: cdawes <cdawes@city.guelph.on.ca>
>Reply-To: jdelist@jdelist.com
>To: jdelistml@jdelist.com
>Subject: Million Dollar Oracle 8.1.6/JDE Question ~~0:927
>Date: Sat, 11 Nov 2000 08:42:59 -0800 (PST)
>
>Anyone who solves this desires a million bucks. Here's the situation.
>
>Before our first go-live with JDE OneWorld we rolled out 200+ replacement
>desktops. We were at Oracle 8.1.5 but since Oracle was desupporting this
on
>January 1st 2001 AND JDE had certified OneWorld on Oracle 8.1.6 we
migrated
>all our database servers to Oracle 8.1.6 and installed Oracle 8.1.6
clients
>and MDAC 2.1 SP2 on all our clients.
>
>The problem we are experiencing is that when we run Financial columnar
>reports such as the R14113 certain sections get dropped from the report.
>This is a consistent problem in our environment that JDE-Denver has not
>been
>able to duplicate. They have indicated (as usual) that it must be
something
>with our technical set-up. Here's why I believe that it is not our set-uo
>but a JDE OneWorld 'bug'. Here's what I've tried to fix it.
>
>1. Install SP13 - Still not working
>2. Run the cross references on R14113 and transfer all objects relating to
>this report from Pristine to CRP. - Still not working
>3. Install OneWorld on a NT server to see if the problem was at the OS
>level. - Still not working.
>4. Install a Pristine package on the workstation. - Still not working.
>5. Roll back to SP 11.1 and use jdbco81.dll instead of jdbco80.dll. -
Still
>not working.
>
>The only place that this report did run correctly was on the Deployment
>server. So I tried the following:
>
>1. Copy all directories from the Deployment server pathcode to a
>Workstation. - Still not working
>2. Build a new Pristine package and test on the Deployment Server
(worked).
>Deploy package to workstation. - Still not working.
>
>To prove that this was not a database problem with Oracle here's what I
>did:
>
>1. Turn on all logging and capture the SQL select statements generated by
>OneWorld.
>2. Run the captured SQL statements against the Oracle Database
>3. All the right information was returned, thus there was no problem with
>Oracle.
>
>Now I could rule out that this was not an OS problem, not a database
>problem
>and really not a OneWorld application problem since I had copied the
entire
>pathcode from the Deployment Server (working) to a Workstation
>(not-working). This left only one possibility - JDE database middleware.
>
>The reason I suspect the middleware is that I took an Oracle 8.1.6
client,
>rolled it back to Oracle 8.1.5 and guess what? - Perfect report. Myself,
>our
>senior level DBA's, the 3 report writer's who were doing reports, 2 CNC
>consultant who came in and most of Denver is stumped by this. What we had
>to
>do was roll back 45 client who went live on Budget on October 10th. We
have
>200 more users going live on full A/R, GA and A/P on January 1st, 2001. We
>do not want to have to downgrade our Oracle clients on either our
>workstations or our servers. We have tried just about everything with
>JDE-Denver. You're my only hope!
>
>Thanks
>
>Colin
>
>
>
>
>Now here's what I did to
>
>
>
>Colin Dawes, MSc
>Business Systems Analyst
>The City of Guelph
>
>--------------------------
>To view this thread, visit the JDEList forum at:
>http://198.144.193.139/cgi-bin/wwwthreads/showflat.pl?Cat=0&Board=OW&Number=927

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HPUX 11.0, Oracle SE 8.0.5
 

got_to_love_jde

Reputable Poster
I would make a great lifeline ! want my number ?
dave
ps: do i get a cut of the million dollars ?


NT 4.0 SP5, SQL 7.0, One World B7321 SP12.4
 

cdawes

VIP Member
Wow, do I ever know how to get attention. Here's the update to all the
questions:

1. We are on JDE B73.3.2 SP 13.1
2. All Workstations are NT 4.0/MDAC 2.1 SP2 or MDAC 2.5 SP1 (MDAC is needed
for our other databases)
3. The server's are Oracle 8.1.6/NT 4.0

Now here's what else I've tried to do lately.
1. MDAC 2.1 SP1 - still don't work
2. MDAC 2.1 SP2 - still don't work
3. MDAC 2.5 SP1 - still don't work
4. MDAC 2.5 SP2 - still don't work
5. MDAC 2.6 - still don't work

The reports run fine if I roll back the Oracle client on the workstations
and run the report locally. Rolling back the servers is not an option as
Oracle de-supports Oracle 8.1.5 on Jan 1st, 2001. Rolling back the clients
is only a temporary solution for a small number of clients. We have 50 live
clients but on January 1st we add another 200. In the mean time we have
rolled back the 50 clients and set the reports to run locally on the
workstations.

Here's today's update:

I have identified the Oracle 8.1.6 DLL that is creating the problem with the
dropped rows from the Financial columnar reports by copying individual DLL's
from an 8.1.5 client to an Oracle 8.1.6 client. From the 46 DLL's that I
have tested the ORACLIENT8.DLL is the one which resolves the problem. To
test this the OCI.DLL and the OCIW32.DLL must also be copied as they are all
interdependent. I still see this as a JDE middleware issue as the SQL select
statments when run against the Oracle 8.1.6 database DOES return the correct
information.

It may also be usefull to know that we are not the only JDE install having
this problem with Oracle 8.1.6. Also today, II had a JDE consultant (from
JDEdwards) confirm all of my actions and observations today.

Thanks for all the help so far.

Colin Dawes



>From: cdawes <cdawes@city.guelph.on.ca>
>Reply-To: jdelist@jdelist.com
>To: jdelistml@jdelist.com
>Subject: Million Dollar Oracle 8.1.6/JDE Question ~~0:927
>Date: Sat, 11 Nov 2000 08:42:59 -0800 (PST)
>
>Anyone who solves this desires a million bucks. Here's the situation.
>
>Before our first go-live with JDE OneWorld we rolled out 200+ replacement
>desktops. We were at Oracle 8.1.5 but since Oracle was desupporting this
on
>January 1st 2001 AND JDE had certified OneWorld on Oracle 8.1.6 we
migrated
>all our database servers to Oracle 8.1.6 and installed Oracle 8.1.6
clients
>and MDAC 2.1 SP2 on all our clients.
>
>The problem we are experiencing is that when we run Financial columnar
>reports such as the R14113 certain sections get dropped from the report.
>This is a consistent problem in our environment that JDE-Denver has not
>been
>able to duplicate. They have indicated (as usual) that it must be
something
>with our technical set-up. Here's why I believe that it is not our set-uo
>but a JDE OneWorld 'bug'. Here's what I've tried to fix it.
>
>1. Install SP13 - Still not working
>2. Run the cross references on R14113 and transfer all objects relating to
>this report from Pristine to CRP. - Still not working
>3. Install OneWorld on a NT server to see if the problem was at the OS
>level. - Still not working.
>4. Install a Pristine package on the workstation. - Still not working.
>5. Roll back to SP 11.1 and use jdbco81.dll instead of jdbco80.dll. -
Still
>not working.
>
>The only place that this report did run correctly was on the Deployment
>server. So I tried the following:
>
>1. Copy all directories from the Deployment server pathcode to a
>Workstation. - Still not working
>2. Build a new Pristine package and test on the Deployment Server
(worked).
>Deploy package to workstation. - Still not working.
>
>To prove that this was not a database problem with Oracle here's what I
>did:
>
>1. Turn on all logging and capture the SQL select statements generated by
>OneWorld.
>2. Run the captured SQL statements against the Oracle Database
>3. All the right information was returned, thus there was no problem with
>Oracle.
>
>Now I could rule out that this was not an OS problem, not a database
>problem
>and really not a OneWorld application problem since I had copied the
entire
>pathcode from the Deployment Server (working) to a Workstation
>(not-working). This left only one possibility - JDE database middleware.
>
>The reason I suspect the middleware is that I took an Oracle 8.1.6
client,
>rolled it back to Oracle 8.1.5 and guess what? - Perfect report. Myself,
>our
>senior level DBA's, the 3 report writer's who were doing reports, 2 CNC
>consultant who came in and most of Denver is stumped by this. What we had
>to
>do was roll back 45 client who went live on Budget on October 10th. We
have
>200 more users going live on full A/R, GA and A/P on January 1st, 2001. We
>do not want to have to downgrade our Oracle clients on either our
>workstations or our servers. We have tried just about everything with
>JDE-Denver. You're my only hope!
>
>Thanks
>
>Colin
>
>
>
>
>Now here's what I did to
>
>
>
>Colin Dawes, MSc
>Business Systems Analyst
>The City of Guelph
>
>--------------------------
>To view this thread, visit the JDEList forum at:
>http://198.144.193.139/cgi-bin/wwwthreads/showflat.pl?Cat=0&Board=OW&Number
=927

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HPUX 11.0, Oracle SE 8.0.5
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Colin Dawes, MSc
Business Systems Analyst
The City of Guelph
 
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Guest

Guest
Colin,

thx for the detailed analysis report. Your results are important to us as
we are beginning our migration to 8.1.6 soon. Please keep us all updated.
Meanwhile I assume your Oracle DBAs have checked for relevant Oracle
patches to 8.1.6?

------------------------------------------------
Larry Jones
I.T. White Knight
Wagstaff, Inc., Spokane, WA USA
509.922.1404 x3266
ljones@wagstaff.com
ERP:  JDE OneWorld B733.1, SP 11.3
Tech: HPUX 11, Oracle 8.0.5, NT4/Win2K
------------------------------------------------



cdawes
<cdawes@city.guel To: jdelistml@jdelist.com
ph.on.ca> cc:
Sent by: Subject: RE: Million Dollar Oracle 8.1.6/JDE Question ~~927:1021
owner-jdelistml@j
delist.com


11/13/2000 01:46
PM
Please respond to
jdelist





Wow, do I ever know how to get attention. Here's the update to all the
questions:

1. We are on JDE B73.3.2 SP 13.1
2. All Workstations are NT 4.0/MDAC 2.1 SP2 or MDAC 2.5 SP1 (MDAC is needed
for our other databases)
3. The server's are Oracle 8.1.6/NT 4.0

Now here's what else I've tried to do lately.
1. MDAC 2.1 SP1 - still don't work
2. MDAC 2.1 SP2 - still don't work
3. MDAC 2.5 SP1 - still don't work
4. MDAC 2.5 SP2 - still don't work
5. MDAC 2.6 - still don't work

The reports run fine if I roll back the Oracle client on the workstations
and run the report locally. Rolling back the servers is not an option as
Oracle de-supports Oracle 8.1.5 on Jan 1st, 2001. Rolling back the clients
is only a temporary solution for a small number of clients. We have 50 live
clients but on January 1st we add another 200. In the mean time we have
rolled back the 50 clients and set the reports to run locally on the
workstations.

Here's today's update:

I have identified the Oracle 8.1.6 DLL that is creating the problem with
the
dropped rows from the Financial columnar reports by copying individual
DLL's
from an 8.1.5 client to an Oracle 8.1.6 client. From the 46 DLL's that I
have tested the ORACLIENT8.DLL is the one which resolves the problem. To
test this the OCI.DLL and the OCIW32.DLL must also be copied as they are
all
interdependent. I still see this as a JDE middleware issue as the SQL
select
statments when run against the Oracle 8.1.6 database DOES return the
correct
information.

It may also be usefull to know that we are not the only JDE install having
this problem with Oracle 8.1.6. Also today, II had a JDE consultant (from
JDEdwards) confirm all of my actions and observations today.

Thanks for all the help so far.

Colin Dawes



>From: cdawes <cdawes@city.guelph.on.ca>
>Reply-To: jdelist@jdelist.com
>To: jdelistml@jdelist.com
>Subject: Million Dollar Oracle 8.1.6/JDE Question ~~0:927
>Date: Sat, 11 Nov 2000 08:42:59 -0800 (PST)
>
>Anyone who solves this desires a million bucks. Here's the situation.
>
>Before our first go-live with JDE OneWorld we rolled out 200+ replacement
>desktops. We were at Oracle 8.1.5 but since Oracle was desupporting this
on
>January 1st 2001 AND JDE had certified OneWorld on Oracle 8.1.6 we
migrated
>all our database servers to Oracle 8.1.6 and installed Oracle 8.1.6
clients
>and MDAC 2.1 SP2 on all our clients.
>
>The problem we are experiencing is that when we run Financial columnar
>reports such as the R14113 certain sections get dropped from the report.
>This is a consistent problem in our environment that JDE-Denver has not
>been
>able to duplicate. They have indicated (as usual) that it must be
something
>with our technical set-up. Here's why I believe that it is not our set-uo
>but a JDE OneWorld 'bug'. Here's what I've tried to fix it.
>
>1. Install SP13 - Still not working
>2. Run the cross references on R14113 and transfer all objects relating to
>this report from Pristine to CRP. - Still not working
>3. Install OneWorld on a NT server to see if the problem was at the OS
>level. - Still not working.
>4. Install a Pristine package on the workstation. - Still not working.
>5. Roll back to SP 11.1 and use jdbco81.dll instead of jdbco80.dll. -
Still
>not working.
>
>The only place that this report did run correctly was on the Deployment
>server. So I tried the following:
>
>1. Copy all directories from the Deployment server pathcode to a
>Workstation. - Still not working
>2. Build a new Pristine package and test on the Deployment Server
(worked).
>Deploy package to workstation. - Still not working.
>
>To prove that this was not a database problem with Oracle here's what I
>did:
>
>1. Turn on all logging and capture the SQL select statements generated by
>OneWorld.
>2. Run the captured SQL statements against the Oracle Database
>3. All the right information was returned, thus there was no problem with
>Oracle.
>
>Now I could rule out that this was not an OS problem, not a database
>problem
>and really not a OneWorld application problem since I had copied the
entire
>pathcode from the Deployment Server (working) to a Workstation
>(not-working). This left only one possibility - JDE database middleware.
>
>The reason I suspect the middleware is that I took an Oracle 8.1.6
client,
>rolled it back to Oracle 8.1.5 and guess what? - Perfect report. Myself,
>our
>senior level DBA's, the 3 report writer's who were doing reports, 2 CNC
>consultant who came in and most of Denver is stumped by this. What we had
>to
>do was roll back 45 client who went live on Budget on October 10th. We
have
>200 more users going live on full A/R, GA and A/P on January 1st, 2001. We
>do not want to have to downgrade our Oracle clients on either our
>workstations or our servers. We have tried just about everything with
>JDE-Denver. You're my only hope!
>
>Thanks
>
>Colin
>
>
>
>
>Now here's what I did to
>
>
>
>Colin Dawes, MSc
>Business Systems Analyst
>The City of Guelph
>
>--------------------------
>To view this thread, visit the JDEList forum at:
>http://198.144.193.139/cgi-bin/wwwthreads/showflat.pl?Cat=0&Board=OW&Number

=927

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cdawes

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I'm really surprised at how many people have this problem. For those that
requested it here's our Oracle Client info:

ORACLE 8.1.6 [Non-Functioning]
OCI.DLL 87 KB 2000/03/14 1:25 PM ver
8.1.6.0.0
OCIW32.DLL 21 KB 2000/03/14 9:30 AM ver
8.1.6.0.0
ORACLIENT8.DLL 976 KB 2000/03/14 12:15 PM ver 8.1.6.0.0

ORACLE 8.1.5 [Functioning]
OCI.DLL 87 KB 2000/03/14 1:25 PM ver
8.1.4.0.0
OCIW32.DLL 21 KB 2000/03/14 9:30 AM ver
8.0.5.0.0
ORACLIENT8.DLL 976 KB 2000/03/14 12:15 PM ver 8.1.5.0.0

The easy solution would be to replace the 8.1.6 DLL's with the 8.1.5 DLL's
but Oracle wil not support you. Also JDE is not the only database we run so
this is like 'Robbing Peter to pay Paul'. Also several Oracle patches, at
the suggestion of JDEdwards have been applied.

As a further note, JDE is currently testing on Oracle 8.1.7.

Colin Dawes



Colin Dawes, MSc
Business Systems Analyst
The City of Guelph
 
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