I installed the E1 Enterprise Server Platform Pack 9.2.0.0 on Oracle Linux 7, same server as the Oracle Enterprise Db 12c 12.2.0.1. I also installed...and later de-installed, then re-installed the Oracle 32-bit client trying to troubleshoot this issue and thinking the client might be the culprit, since I tried everything else. Starting up E1 (RunOneWorld.sh) still results in the 'JDB9900436 driver type "O"' error below in the jde log. So does PORTTEST. Note that I can log into the 12c database as the jde920 OS user via sqlplus, and then db user JDE@orcl. I've pasted 1.) the jde_ log, and 2.) my enterpriseone.sh contents and 3.) my [DB SYSTEM SETTINGS] and [SECURITY] settings from my JDE.INI file. Any direction would be much appreciated.

1.) jde_42507.log

42507 Fri Feb 7 19:34:14.902930 ipcmisc.c299
process 42507 <jdenet_k> registered in entry 1

42507 Fri Feb 7 19:34:14.909818 netcfg.c297
Starting Kernel of Type:METADATA KERNEL

42507 Fri Feb 7 19:34:15.008039 ServerDispatch.cpp267
INITIALIZING METADATA SERVER KERNEL


42507/-173521152 SYS:Metadata Fri Feb 7 19:34:15.008594 winansi.c867
LIB0000570 - WARNING!!! [SECURITY][Password] Password not encrypted in the INI


42507/-173521152 SYS:Metadata Fri Feb 7 19:34:15.080437 winansi.c867
LIB0000570 - WARNING!!! [SECURITY][Password] Password not encrypted in the INI


42507/-173521152 SYS:Metadata Fri Feb 7 19:34:15.081337 winansi.c867
LIB0000570 - WARNING!!! [SECURITY][Password] Password not encrypted in the INI


42507/-173521152 SYS:Metadata Fri Feb 7 19:34:15.112248 jdb_drvm.c462
JDB9900436 - Cannot determine database driver name for driver type "O"


42507/-173521152 SYS:Metadata Fri Feb 7 19:34:15.112335 jdb_omp1.c1928
JDB9900254 - Failed to initialize driver.


42507/-173521152 SYS:Metadata Fri Feb 7 19:34:15.112363 jtp_cm.c209
JDB9909002 - Could not init connect.


42507/-173521152 SYS:Metadata Fri Feb 7 19:34:15.112385 jtp_tm.c1140
JDB9909100 - Get connect info failed: Transaction ID =



2.) enterpriseone.sh

# Following has to be replaced in this file:
#
# ORACLE_HOME (if Oracle is installed)
# DB2DIR (if DB2 is installed)
# DB2INSTANCE name of user owning DB2 instance


# Operating System. Used several times in script.
OS_NAME=`uname`


EVRHOME=/u01/JDEdwardsPPack/e920
export EVRHOME


DB2INSTANCE=
export DB2INSTANCE


DB2DIR=
export DB2DIR


DB2BASEDIR=
export DB2BASEDIR


ORCL_USER_ACCT=
export ORCL_USER_ACCT


ORACLE_HOME=/u01/app/oracle/product/12.2.0/client_1
export ORACLE_HOME


ORACLE_SID=orcl
export ORACLE_SID


3.) JDE.INI contents

[DB SYSTEM SETTINGS]
Version=43
Default User=JDE
Default Pwd=JDE
Default Role=*ALL
Default Env=PS920
Default PathCode=PS920
Base Datasource=JDEAndEntOEL7 - 920 Server Map
Object Owner=SVM920
Server=JDEAndEntOEL7
Database=orcl
Load Library=
Decimal Shift=Y
Julian Dates=Y
Use Owner=Y
Secured=Y
Type=O
DatabaseName2=
JDBNETUse=N
UnicodeFlag=Y
LOBFlag=Y
TriggerLibrary=JDBTRIG
DatabaseInstance=
ServerPort=
QueryExecutionTimeThreshold=0

[SECURITY]
User=JDE
Password=JDE
Default Role=*ALL
DefaultEnvironment=PS920
DataSource=System - 920
SecurityServer=
ServerPswdFile=TRUE
History=0