Re: Creating a new completely independent path code

altquark65

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Re: Creating a new completely independent path code

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Tom

What version of Oneworld are you on ?

Jon

At 04:28 PM 7/7/2000 -0700, you wrote:
>Does anyone know (have a process) to create a completely new and
>independent path code for use in OneWorld? I would like to have completely
>seperate Central Objects, Business Data, etc. The instructions in the
>manuals (from class) say copy the path code but this does not actually copy
>the central objects?
>
>Any help would be much appreciated.
>
>Tom Davidson
>Johnson wax Professional
>
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Tom



What version of Oneworld are you on ?



Jon



At 04:28 PM 7/7/2000 -0700, you wrote:

<blockquote type=cite class=cite cite>Does anyone know (have a process)
to create a completely new and

independent path code for use in OneWorld? I would like to have
completely

seperate Central Objects, Business Data, etc. The instructions in
the

manuals (from class) say copy the path code but this does not actually
copy

the central objects?



Any help would be much appreciated.



Tom Davidson

Johnson wax Professional





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jgersic

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Re: Creating a new completely independent path code

One note, at least on B733.1, I worked through and created a totally new
and separate pathcode and environment only to find out later on that no
'upgrades' could be applied against it. An upgrade also includes language
installs (which was the purpose of me creating the pathcode). If you are
creating a new pathcode and you are going to use it for upgrade or language
testing, verify with JDE if they now support upgrades on custom pathcodes.

John Gersic
OneWorld Administrator
eGlobe, Inc.
703/787-5727 x.2033
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SSAJAROFF

Reputable Poster
RE: Creating a new completely independent path code

Hi!

You can upgrade custom pathcodes and environments only if they're previously
defined on
the JDEPLAN environment (before the upgrade process).

Sebastian

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De: jgersic [mailto:jgersic@eglobe.com]
Enviado el: Lunes 27 de Noviembre de 2000 10:58 AM
Para: jdelistml@jdelist.com
Asunto: Re: Creating a new completely independent path code ~~1693:1701


One note, at least on B733.1, I worked through and created a totally new
and separate pathcode and environment only to find out later on that no
'upgrades' could be applied against it. An upgrade also includes language
installs (which was the purpose of me creating the pathcode). If you are
creating a new pathcode and you are going to use it for upgrade or language
testing, verify with JDE if they now support upgrades on custom pathcodes.

John Gersic
OneWorld Administrator
eGlobe, Inc.
703/787-5727 x.2033
jgersic@eglobe.com




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Tom_Davidson

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Re: Creating a new completely independent path code

JDE does not support upgrades on custom path codes. This was one of their
caveats when we did this. In our case it doesn't matter because we will be
having our custom path code feed several different instances of OneWorld,
these instances are in different code pages.

When we do our upgrade we will need to convert from our current version to
the new one manually anyway.

Re: the prior question of version we are currently at B7332 SP 11.1, ES
AS/400 V4R4, DS NT 4.0

We have been installed for 3 months, so far so good.

Tom



One note, at least on B733.1, I worked through and created a totally new
and separate pathcode and environment only to find out later on that no
'upgrades' could be applied against it. An upgrade also includes language
installs (which was the purpose of me creating the pathcode). If you are
creating a new pathcode and you are going to use it for upgrade or language
testing, verify with JDE if they now support upgrades on custom pathcodes.
 
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