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    E1 9.2.3 with 64-bit for client and server

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    Hari Sharma
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    Thanks! And we have a x64 version of OWDLC available to go with it already!
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    Just completed the 64bit upgrade in our lab. I must say it was very smooth, well done Oracle. PatWel tool updates to come.

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    Do you know yet if any retrofits will be needed for custom C BSFNs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex_Pastuhov View Post
    Thanks! And we have a x64 version of OWDLC available to go with it already!
    That's great! One of the first 3rd party tools I load when setting up a new JDE Dev client.
    Brian Oster
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    Since our lab is pretty much pristine, there was no custom stuff to refit. But, there is a massive list of ESUs to apply for 64bit support. Change Assistant has a predefined query to batch up those ESUs.
    Craig Welton
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    I have heard that custom code may need to be fixed for 64bit. For the life of me I can't think what would need to be fixed. I don't know if I should shrug it off as a few minor things to fix or if this is going to be like the XE to Unicode thing... or worse.
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    I have not messed around with JDE E1 Standalone for years. Do they still provide those? Will there be a 64bit version?
    Brian Oster
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    Hi Brian,

    You can check out the AutoDeploy AllInOne AMI on AWS for JDE -- Run Tools 9.2.3, 64-bit, Orchestrator 7.0.0.0 + All ESU, UDO, and DataPack through 8-Nov-2018

    Takes about 10 minutes to spool up a full install. Let me know what you think.

    https://amzn.to/2z85oK0

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    One of the things I am interested in is being able to compile C BSFN code. Back during our Xe to 9.0 upgrade, before the upgrade started I was able to use Standalone to fix Unicode issues before the upgrade project actually started so I had a game plan. I want to be able to do the same thing with the 64bit stuff we will need to fix.

    BTW, if you go to https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E84502_01...jde/64bit.html there is a link to a pdf explaining some of the the possible 64bit issue in C BSFNs.
    Last edited by BOster; 11-15-2018 at 10:23 AM.
    Brian Oster
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