|JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Server and Workstation Administration Guide
Release 8.98 Update 4
Part Number E14718-03
|PDF · Mobi · ePub|
This chapter contains the following topics:
This section provides a list of linked executable files (executables) that are in the workstation system/bin32 directory.
Are called by other Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne programs.
Are called by the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne kernel.
Have no value if they are run independently of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.
Will not run unless they are called by JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.
This table includes descriptions and instructions for running the linked executable files:
|Ap22.exe||JD Edwards EnterpriseOne uses this program to display spreadsheets in a dialog box. This executable is obsolete and has no function in SP10 and beyond.||Obsolete.|
|BLC2Text.exe||JD Edwards EnterpriseOne uses this program to read workstation JDEBLC spec files and generate a text file with details about each business function source file that is listed in the spec file.||Called by an internal business function build program that is not shipped to customers.|
|Dir2txt.exe||This program takes a path and a text file name as arguments and places the directory name of the highest branch in the path into the text file.||Called from makefiles that are generated by BusBuild.|
|Drilldwn.exe||JD Edwards EnterpriseOne uses this utility when generating Balance Auditor functions in Tabular reports.||Called by the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne UBE kernel.|
|DSArguments.exe||JD Edwards EnterpriseOne uses this utility program to create a CID argument when attempting to connect to a JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Data Source.||Called by the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne kernel.|
|GBLib.exe||The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne process BusBuild uses this program to determine whether the object files exist.||Called from makefiles generated by BusBuild.|
|Guimole.exe||JD Edwards EnterpriseOne uses this program to create a bridge between the workstation and the IBM i server to enable green screens to be displayed through JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.||Called by the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne kernel.|
|InstMon.exe||JD Edwards EnterpriseOne uses this program during sign-in to install update packages if an update package is selected.||Called by the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne kernel.|
|JDEGenEx.exe||This program generates a list of exports for each dll.||Called from makefiles that are generated by BusBuild.|
|Rtt.exe||We ship this program for use by business partners only.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne uses this program to build resource files for language translation. The risk is that the existing resource files could be confused with the newly generated files. The user would have to intentionally continue through multiple screens for this to happen.
|Do not use this program.|
|Ubemon.exe||This program monitored long-running UBEs and reported their completion. This program is obsolete and was disabled in SP10.||Obsolete.|
|Vdt.exe||This Business View Design Tool creates business views when called from Object Librarian or Object Management Workbench (OMW).||Called from Object Librarian or Object Management Workbench (OMW).|
|owptrl_cli.exe||owptrl_cli is the communication bridge between BMC Patrol Monitoring Tool and JD Edwards EnterpriseOne enterprise and web servers. owptrl_cli converts SAW data to BMC data so that the Agent will understand. The Agent sends a request to the owptrl_cli (for example, give me the list of all processes running on HP9000B port 6012); the owptrl_cli returns detailed information about all the processes running on the server in a format known by the Agent. In this way, BMC can monitor JD Edwards EnterpriseOne servers.||Called by BMC Patrol Agent with a predefined argument list.|
|DbidCapture.exe||This utility program is called by Autopilot or EventCapture to capture database IDs that are necessary for Autopilot to access JD Edwards EnterpriseOne tables. It is not an end-user program and has no purpose apart from Autopilot or EventCapture.||Called by Autopilot or EventCapture.|
|ubeprint.exe||ubeprint.exe is not for direct customer use, although the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne product suite does use it.||Called by the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne kernel.|
|genver.exe||genver creates the win32 version information for the build process.||Called by the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne kernel.|
|poda.exe||Processing Option Design Aid. All design tools are client side only. OMW passes the executable a set of parameters that are similar to RDA, TDA, and BDA.||Called from OMW when you design a processing option.|
|RDA.exe||Report Design Aid. All design tools are client side only. OMW passes the executable a set of parameters similar to PODA, TDA, and BDA.||Called from OMW when you design a batch application. RDA can also be opened without command line parameters.|
|guimole.exe||A secondary executable that is called to pass parameters into the WorldVision session.||Called by WorldVision.|
|FDA.exe||Form Design Aid (FDA) is used to create interactive applications. FDA is currently configured to run on a fat client.||Called from the design window in OMW for an application.|
|JdeCabExtract.exe||JdeCabExtract creates self-extracting.exe files.||JD Edwards internal tool.|
|JdeCompress.exe||JdeCompress creates JD Edwards-compatible cabinet files.||JD Edwards internal tool.|
|pssg.exe||An obsolete file that is not called by any JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications.||Obsolete.|
|GLBUILD.exe||GLBUILD was replaced by Busbuild.exe. It was used to build the business functions.||Obsolete.|
|krnlspec.exe||This program is used to generate jdekrnl.xdb and jdekrnl.ddb specs from the pristine database.||JD Edwards internal tool.|
This table includes descriptions and instructions for running the standalone executable files:
|JDECOMConnector2.exe||This program sets up COM connections to the server using the COM Connector product and only works in that context. Contact Customer Support for full documentation.||Run from the command line with a -regserver option.|
|LogViewer.exe||This program employs a user friendly interface to view and modify plain ASCII JD Edwards EnterpriseOne files such as:
||Double-click the executable.|
|MOConv.exe||This utility converts all records to use a period as the decimal separator. Use this utility when records are entered into a single table using both commas and periods as decimal separators. This utility is driven by the MOConv.ini file.||Quit JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and then double-click the executable.|
|Nettest.exe||This utility tests basic JDENET connectivity using the "netecho" function against an enterprise server. Enter the name of the enterprise server in the Host Name box and press Send. The returned data indicates success or failure.||Double-click. Required argument:
Enterprise Server Name
|Regdlls.exe||This program adds these dynamic link libraries (DLLs) to the registry:
Register these DLLs before using RunTAPI.exe.
|Run from a DOS window in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system/bin32 directory.|
|RunTAPI.exe||This program controls interoperability between JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and telephone switching systems. It is a snap-in (harness) to ComTech CTI Server objects. It requires jde.ini file changes and Regdlls.exe before it can be run. Contact Customer Support for full documentation.||Double-click.|
|SABridge.exe||This Object Export Facility displays the names of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne objects along with their descriptions and corresponding product codes.||Double-click the executable.|
|SnapShot.exe||This program manages multiple workstation installations on the same PC.
You can install a new instance of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne by clicking Save to store the current workstation installation in a newly named location. Click Restore to toggle between the current and saved versions.
|Exit JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and then double-click the executable.|
|VerifyOCM.exe||This program reads the OCM tables from the database and verifies that the mappings in OCM are correct.||Run from a DOS window. Required arguments are:
|Vercheck.exe||This program displays, on one screen, the properties of all the files in a directory. The properties are the same as those that are displayed when you right-click a file and select Properties.||Open a DOS window, change the directory to the desired target, and double-click the executable.|
|GenCOM.exe||This program generates COM wrappers for the business functions that are specified in the script.||Run GenCom.exe from the command line with the name of the script file.|
|GenCORBA.exe||Creates CORBA wrappers around JD Edwards EnterpriseOne business functions. This is a command line utility that requires a script file as an input.
GenCORBA generates CORBA interfaces for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne business functions.
GenCORBA /Cat /UserID Devuser1 /Password Denuser1 /Environment ADEVHPO2 CAEC
|GenJava.exe||GenJava provides access to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne business functions by generating pure Java interfaces to them.||Run GenJava.
GenJava [options] [libraries]
GenJava /Cat /UserID Devuser1 /Password Denuser1 /Environment ADEVHPO2 CAEC
|LaunchUBE.exe||LaunchUBE.exe is used to launch the UBE job stand-alone (not going through JD Edwards EnterpriseOne). It replaces the User Interface of UBEPrint.exe.||Double-click the executable or start using the command line.|
|Autopilot.exe||Autopilot is the centerpiece of all automated testing tools. Using Autopilot, a person can script JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications to run automatically and save the scripts to run many times. Autopilot is used throughout the company and by many customers for a wide variety of purposes.||Normally started from a desktop button or from the Start menu without command line options.|
|EventCapture.exe||EventCapture is a small program that can be activated alongside JD Edwards EnterpriseOne (in lieu of Autopilot) to capture performance and debugging information. EventCapture is often used instead of Autopilot because it is simpler and quicker than creating an Autopilot script for a single use. With EventCapture, the user drives JD Edwards EnterpriseOne; with Autopilot, the script drives JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.||Normally started from a desktop button or the Start Menu without command line options.|
|APTestMgr.exe||Autopilot Test Manager is used to run multiple Autopilot scripts in a batch and to manage batches for repeated execution. It has some ability to summarize results, and it is frequently used for regression testing.||Normally started from a desktop button or from the Start Menu without command line options.|
|VSMerge.exe||JD Edwards ER Compare tool is used to compare and merge Event Rules (ER) for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications, Reports, Table Conversions, NERs (Named Event Rules), and TERs (Table Event Rules). It also can be used to compare and merge C Business functions.||You can launch JD Edwards ER Compare tool from OMW or from the command line.|
|VSMEditor.exe||VSM Editor is a rarely used GUI tool that creates .VSM files. VSM files are super scripts that name one or more virtual Autopilot scripts to be run in succession by VAPPlayer.||Normally run by double-clicking vsmeditor.exe in bin32.|
|VirtualRunner.exe||VirtualRunner is a GUI tool for controlling multiple VAPPlayer processes on a single workstation.||Run the tool from a shortcut on the desktop or in the Start Menu. This tool does not use command line arguments.|
|vapplayer.exe||Virtual Autopilot Player enables you to simulate multiple concurrent JD Edwards EnterpriseOne users on a single workstation. It is used primarily for concurrency testing during development and for performance and scalability testing of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications. VAPPlayer requires a proper vap.ini (initialization) file. VAPPlayer has many command line arguments, which are optional if vap.ini is fully utilized. See documentation for details. VAPPlayer has no user interface. It produces output in log files.||VAPPlayer can be run from a command line, from the VirtualRunner graphical user interface, or from the Mercury LoadRunner (third-party) software console.|
|Analyzer.exe||Analyzer.exe is better known as JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Analyzer. It is a powerful instrument that is used to analyze performance data and other debugging information that is generated by a JD Edwards EnterpriseOne application that is run under Autopilot or EventCapture.||Create a desktop button or Start Menu button. No command line arguments are used.|
|UTBrowse.exe||UTB is a tool that is used for viewing the records in tables. We also use it to view local JD Edwards EnterpriseOne object specifications.
UTBrowse.exe uses these two libraries in the bin32 directory:
|Type UTB in the EnterpriseOne Fast Path field or click the executable.|
|tda.exe||Use TDA to modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne tables.||On the Command Line, type tda.exe -idtablename, where tablename is the name of the table that you want to modify. For example, F0101.
You do not need to run JD Edwards EnterpriseOne before running tda.
|tc.exe||tc.exe opens the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Table Conversion Design Tool. This tool is used to design JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Table Conversion batch applications.||Double-click the executable, or run it from the command line using the optional parameter idXXXX, where XXXX is the name of an existing Table Conversion object.|
|Tamvrfy.exe||tamvrfy checks the integrity of all the tam files that are listed in the tamvrfy.lst.||Double-click the executable.|
|tamtool.exe||tamtool can perform these functions:
||Run from the command line.|
|tampack.exe||tampack.exe is a backup utility in case tamftp.exe does not work for the customer. tampack.exe has about half the functionality of tamftp.exe.
tampack.exe is included with the workstation and the deployment server. tampack.exe creates a translated copy of TAM files (RDASPEC.DDB, GBRSPEC.DDB, and so on) on the PC.
The translated copies are known as pack files. When the program is finished, the user can manually run ftp.exe to transfer them to a remote enterprise server. When the pack files are on a remote enterprise server, the user can unpack them on the enterprise server.
|You must run tampack.exe from a DOS shell and pass in parameters.|
|tamftp.exe||tamftp.exe comes with the workstation and the deployment server. tamftp.exe transfers TAM files (RDASPEC.DDB, GBRSPEC.DDB, and so on) from the PC to a remote enterprise server that is operational.||You must run the program from a DOS shell and pass it parameters.|
|pdf2pdl.exe||pdf2pdl is an MFC application that converts PDF files into files containing the printer-specific protocol language for a selected printer. This application is intended only for development to troubleshoot problems with a customer's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne output. The tool can help solve configuration problems.||Double-click the executable.|
|pdfcompare.exe||Displays the objects in the PDF document as a list and compares them.||Double-click the executable.|