OCM mappings for 'J' environments

andy_smith

Well Known Member
OCM mappings for \'J\' environments

Hi List,

Does anyone know the correct OCM mappings for a 'J' environment such as
JPD7333 ?

By default, on a brand new Xe installation (base Xe, no SP or ESU) there is
a default mapping for all BSFN to be run on the 'enterprise server - Logic'
Datasource and some specific BSFN mappings for individual business functions
in the 'System - B7333' Datasource but nothing in the 'enterprise server -
Server Map' Datasource.

In the HTML client, in say Address Book application, do a FIND and after
several minutes an error comes up 'timeout on connection to enterprise
server'. If I add a default OCM mapping to map all BSFN to be local this
issue goes away. (but is replaced by other problems that state that certain
business functions that are mapped to be run LOCAL are NOT valid to be run
locally !).

Does anyone else have any problems with HTML client ?

Andy Smith
Technology Consultant
Whitehouse Consultants Ltd

Tel : 01159 825987
Mobile : 07949 603770
E-Mail : andy_smith@whitehouse-consult.co.uk
 
Re: OCM mappings for \'J\' environments

Hi

You can find the OCM mapping for all the environment in the database
jdeb7.mdb in you planner environment in the table F986101

Regards




andy_smith <andy_smith@whitehouse-consult.co.uk>@jdelist.com on 20-03-2001
11:11:14 AM

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Hi List,

Does anyone know the correct OCM mappings for a 'J' environment such as
JPD7333 ?

By default, on a brand new Xe installation (base Xe, no SP or ESU) there is
a default mapping for all BSFN to be run on the 'enterprise server - Logic'
Datasource and some specific BSFN mappings for individual business
functions
in the 'System - B7333' Datasource but nothing in the 'enterprise server -
Server Map' Datasource.

In the HTML client, in say Address Book application, do a FIND and after
several minutes an error comes up 'timeout on connection to enterprise
server'. If I add a default OCM mapping to map all BSFN to be local this
issue goes away. (but is replaced by other problems that state that certain
business functions that are mapped to be run LOCAL are NOT valid to be run
locally !).

Does anyone else have any problems with HTML client ?

Andy Smith
Technology Consultant
Whitehouse Consultants Ltd

Tel : 01159 825987
Mobile : 07949 603770
E-Mail : andy_smith@whitehouse-consult.co.uk





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Re: OCM mappings for \'J\' environments

What enterprise server are you using?

>>> andy_smith <andy_smith@whitehouse-consult.co.uk> 03/20/01 12:11:14 PM >>>
Hi List,

Does anyone know the correct OCM mappings for a 'J' environment such as
JPD7333 ?

By default, on a brand new Xe installation (base Xe, no SP or ESU) there is
a default mapping for all BSFN to be run on the 'enterprise server - Logic'
Datasource and some specific BSFN mappings for individual business functions
in the 'System - B7333' Datasource but nothing in the 'enterprise server -
Server Map' Datasource.

In the HTML client, in say Address Book application, do a FIND and after
several minutes an error comes up 'timeout on connection to enterprise
server'. If I add a default OCM mapping to map all BSFN to be local this
issue goes away. (but is replaced by other problems that state that certain
business functions that are mapped to be run LOCAL are NOT valid to be run
locally !).

Does anyone else have any problems with HTML client ?

Andy Smith
Technology Consultant
Whitehouse Consultants Ltd

Tel : 01159 825987
Mobile : 07949 603770
E-Mail : andy_smith@whitehouse-consult.co.uk





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infoj107

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Re: OCM mappings for \'J\' environments

Andy,
where does your Base Datasource in your JAS.INI´s [DB SYSTEM SETTINGS] point to? If it points to the Server Map Data Source redirect it to the System - B7333 datasource. (Change the object owner as well.)
There should not be any need for a mapping of BSFN´s in the Server Map´s OCM table.
Thanks, Gerd


Em Tuesday, March 20, 2001 em 09:11:14 AM, jdelist@jdelist.com escreveu:

> Hi List,
>
> Does anyone know the correct OCM mappings for a 'J' environment such as
> JPD7333 ?
>
> By default, on a brand new Xe installation (base Xe, no SP or ESU) there is
> a default mapping for all BSFN to be run on the 'enterprise server - Logic'
> Datasource and some specific BSFN mappings for individual business functions
> in the 'System - B7333' Datasource but nothing in the 'enterprise server -
> Server Map' Datasource.
>
> In the HTML client, in say Address Book application, do a FIND and after
> several minutes an error comes up 'timeout on connection to enterprise
> server'. If I add a default OCM mapping to map all BSFN to be local this
> issue goes away. (but is replaced by other problems that state that certain
> business functions that are mapped to be run LOCAL are NOT valid to be run
> locally !).
>
> Does anyone else have any problems with HTML client ?
>
> Andy Smith
> Technology Consultant
> Whitehouse Consultants Ltd
>
> Tel : 01159 825987
> Mobile : 07949 603770
> E-Mail : andy_smith@whitehouse-consult.co.uk
>
>
>
>
>
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> To view this thread, visit the JDEList forum at:
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