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    Senior Member altquark's Avatar
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    Re: Deployment Server 9.1.3

    oracle does. Its part of the installation guide.

    in effect - the following are the steps :

    1. Install Windows
    2. Install Visual Studio
    3. Install 32bit Oracle Client
    4. Download Deployment Server Software
    5. Unzip Deployment Server software
    6. Run Installmanager.exe - install Oracle Database (reboot)
    7. Update tnsnames.ora for the 32bit client for E1Local
    8. Run InstallManager.exe - install deployment server
    9. Check deployment server by logging in using JDE/JDE

    There you have it ! Thats the "easy" bit. The harder bit is then the steps AFTER the deployment server is installed !!!!
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    Re: Deployment Server 9.1.3

    Hi Jon,
    I just installed the Standalone 9.1 (update 2) on my Win7 64 bit.
    The standalone instructions suggest you install first the 64 bit Oracle Database (#6), and then the 32 bit Oracle Client (#3), in order to ensure that the Path environment variable has the 32 bit Client properly positioned firstly, before the 64 bit Oracle DB.
    I am curious, should we keep this order when installing 9.1.3 Deployment Server?
    Thank you,
    Adrian,
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    Re: Deployment Server 9.1.3

    Yep. You won't have much luck logging into the Deployment Server activconsole app if you're loading the 64-bit libraries first (it only supports 32-bit.)
    Charles Anderson

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    Re: Deployment Server 9.1.3

    It makes a lot of sense Charles!
    Thank you very much,
    Adrian,
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    Re: Deployment Server 9.1.3

    thank you!!!!

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    Re: Deployment Server 9.1.3

    Is it posible you to send me the details steps required to install JDE deployment server....
    Where should i install on win 2008?

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    @Jon Steel: Do you have any suggestion on how to keep a copy of the JDE deployment server in sync with the production JDE deployment Server even using a manual update process? The process does not have to be done automatically, I am just looking for a way to get my primary JDE site replicated to the second site. Any tips are welcome. Thanks for your help!
    Abner

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