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    JDE Package Management Automation [Assemble/Build & Deploy]]

    Hello All,

    Need to know is there any way to Automate JDE Package Management [Assemble/Build & Deploy], if any one has implemented then please share.
    A] With in JDE Package automation[Custom application/Report]
    B] Any Third party tool for Automation of Package

    Thanks in Advance.

    JDE CNC Consultant

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    Re: JDE Package Management Automation [Assemble/Build & Deploy]]

    I'm not sure how a piece of software is supposed to automatically assemble a package. There are too many things that I check to make sure everything is included in a package that I would never trust something to "automagically" grab them.

    For the other two steps, try this (link to thread that covered this topic less than 1 month ago, which you would have found if you only searched).
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    Re: JDE Package Management Automation [Assemble/Build & Deploy]]

    I have been working at a jde customer that is using PACKMAN. This product assembles, builds and deploys packages automatically. We only needed to set the project status to a certain status to let the tool pick up the project and build all the objects in from this project and all other projects in the same status. It made the CNC personnel not having to worry about package builds anymore. The just receive emails the packages are being build and deployed and the developers and testers can subscribe to getting emails for package build reports for any pathcode they want. The product is developed by a oracle partner in the Netherlands called forza consulting. I'm sure they have a page about this solutionn on their website.

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    Re: JDE Package Management Automation [Assemble/Build & Deploy]]

    I have had a look at their site some weeks ago when this topic was fresh on another thread. It does not give any details about how the product works and the cost. It seems to be a very expensive product that will require their consultants to configure it for you.
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    Re: JDE Package Management Automation [Assemble/Build & Deploy]]

    Thanks a lot for the valuable info.
    JDE CNC Consultant

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    Re: JDE Package Management Automation [Assemble/Build & Deploy]]

    Hi,

    It's possible to obtain a trial version of the product for a month. Then you can decide for yourself whether or not it is too complex and/or whether it is worth the investment.

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    Please check out AutoDeploy's Envoy solution. The application is OVI certified, and offers zero or one click automated package build and deploy. We are certified on the latest tools 9.1.5.

    http://www.autodeploy.net/#/products/envoy

    Warm Regards,

    Mark Dalton
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    Hi,

    Please contact Forza Consulting for your PACKMAN time trial. PACKMAN supports over 150 JD Edwards instances globally, is compatible as of E1 8.X, TR 8.95 and is OVI certified on 9.0/9.1 and 9.2. PACKMAN is built within the JDE Toolset, installs like an ESU and is typically implemented within a day.

    http://www.forzaconsulting.eu/en/ser...tions/packman/

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    Hi All,
    Apologies for bumping up an old thread. There is a webinar coming up for automating release managements and involves using packman.
    https://www.forzaconsulting.eu/en/ev...se-management/
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    We use customer P559631 to schedule server deployment

    We use the standard apps to advance projects for deployment, package assembly and build.
    We then use P9631 to create the deployment records.
    Then, we created a copy of P9631 called P55961 to schedule deployment during off-hours
    The custom P559631 uses the deployment date/time entered in P9631 to schedule the deployment.
    The P559631 counts the number of seconds until the scheduled deployment date and waits that amount of time to then deploy.
    During this time, the JDE session (DEP910 on the deployment server in our case) must remain active.
    After P559631 completes deployment for the server package, it queries the SvrPkgBuild.log file to determine if deployment was successful and sends out status message.
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