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A

accounts
Windows, 12.10.2
AIX
clusters
HACMP software, 5.4.1
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne setup, 5.5
kernel parameter settings
maxuproc, 3.9.2
system parameters, 3.9.3
tune parameters, 3.9.4
viewing system parameters, 3.9.3
architecture
enterprise servers
UNIX, 3.1.2
Windows, 4.1.2
authorization lists
iSeries
database security, 2.9.7
samples, 2.9.1.2
automatic start
enterprise servers
iSeries, 2.2.5
UNIX (HP 9000), 3.2.3
UNIX (RS/6000), 3.2.4
UNIX (Sun Solaris), 3.2.4

B

batch output files
iSeries, 2.7.1
UNIX, 3.5.1
Windows, 4.4.3
batch processes
iSeries
administering, 2.7.1
encoding passwords, 2.7.4
monitoring processes, 2.7.2
running reports, 2.7.1
scheduling reports, 2.7.1.2
log files
enterprise server, 12.1, 12.1.3, 12.5
workstation event flow, 11.4.1.5
workstation setup, 11.4.1.5
troubleshooting, 11.2.4
UNIX
administration, 3.5.1
monitoring processes, 3.5.2
running reports, 3.5.4
scheduling reports, 3.5.5
Windows, 4.4.1, 4.4.2, 4.4.4, 4.4.5
batch queues, settings for starting batch queues, 4.1.4
BSFNLIB security parameter, 2.8.2.9
business functions
security files, 4.5.2
security files for UNIX, 3.6.3
troubleshooting development workstations, 11.3.4

C

cleaning up the enterprise server
iSeries, 2.5.1, 2.5.4
iSeries cleanup, 2.5.3
clusters
AIX, 5.4.2, 5.6
HACMP software, 5.4.1
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne setup, 5.5
HP-UX, 5.1.1, 5.3.3
MC/ServiceGuard, 5.3.2
multiple instances of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, 5.2
Oracle package, 5.3.2
troubleshooting, 5.8
registering JD Edwards EnterpriseOne with SUNClustering, 5.7.6
Solaris, 5.7.1
compile error log
workstation, 11.4.1.3
CPU binding for AIX, 3.9.4.1

D

data sources
troubleshooting the Server Map, 12.6.3
databases
iSeries
security, 2.9.1
setting up security, 2.9.3
UNIX
increasing the maxprocess limit, 3.2.1
starting the enterprise server, 3.2.1
deployment servers
backup requirements, 8.1.1
development workstation
troubleshooting
business functions, 11.3.4
event rules, 11.3.3
development workstations
troubleshooting, 11.3.1
directory structures
UNIX, 3.1.1
disk striping
AIX, 3.9.4.1
DLL files
troubleshooting, 11.2.9
domains
Windows, 4.2.2
DTAPATH datapath security parameter, 2.8.2.4

E

email
troubleshooting, 12.10.15
enterprise server
troubleshooting, 12
enterprise server initialization for iSeries, 2.1.2
enterprise servers
automatically starting the Linux, 3.2.5
backup requirements, 8.1.2
cleaning up the Windows enterprise server, 4.3.5
creating a separate instance, 3.10.1
debugging, 12.6.1
iSeries, 2.2.2
architecture, 2.1.1
backup requirements, 8.1.2
cleaning up the server, 2.5.1
initialization, 2.1.2
installation problems, 12.8.2
interprocess communication (IPC), 12.8.5
JDBNET, 12.8.4
jde.ini file, 12.8.6
manual start, 2.2.4
PPAT, 12.8.2.10
setting up a printer, 2.6.1
shutting down the server, 2.3
Linux, 3.3
log files
batch processes, 12.1.3
batch processing, 12.1
jdedebug.log, 12.1.2
jde.log, 12.1.1
logic processing, 12.1
viewing files, 12.2
running multiple instances, 3.10.1
Server Map data source
troubleshooting, 12.6.3
types of problems, 12.1
UNIX, 3.2.1, 3.3
architecture, 3.1.2
automatic start (HP 9000), 3.2.3
automatic start (RS/6000), 3.2.4
automatic start (Sun Solaris), 3.2.4
backup requirements, 8.1.2
directory structure, 3.1.1
initialization, 3.1.3
jde.ini file, 12.9.2
jde.ini file security, 3.6.5
manual start, 3.2.2
setting up a printer, 3.4
Windows, 4.1.1, 4.2.1, 4.2.5, 4.3.1, 4.3.2, 4.3.7, 4.5.4
backup requirements, 8.1.2
testing by submitting report, 12.10.11
error messages
memory violations, 11.1.7
workstations, 11.1
communication failures, 11.1.9
form and grid add failures, 11.1.8
event rules, troubleshooting, 11.3.3
executable file security
UNIX, 3.6.4
Windows, 4.5.3

F

failures
communication, 11.1.9
form and grid add, 11.1.8
file descriptors
kernel parameter settings
HP-UX, 3.7.4
Sun Solaris, 3.7.4
file security
UNIX
business function files, 3.6.3
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne executables, 3.6.4
jde.ini file (enterprise server), 3.6.5
specification files, 3.6.2
Windows, 4.5.1, 4.5.2, 4.5.4
files
restoring a backup file
SQL Server, 8.2.7
viewing batch output files, 2.7.3

G

global tables
workstations, 11.4.1.1

H

HACMP software
AIX, 5.4.1
application server, 5.6
cluster resources, 5.6.4
groups, 5.4.2
installation, 5.4.1.2
Oracle database, 5.4.1.2
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne setup, 5.5
owenv script, 5.5.1
start resource control script, 5.5.2
stop resource control script, 5.5.3
HP 9000
enterprise server
automatic start, 3.2.3
HP-UX
clusters, 5.1.1
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne package, 5.3.3
multiple instances of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, 5.2
Oracle package, 5.3.2
troubleshooting, 5.8
kernel parameter settings, 3.7
file descriptors, 3.7.4
message queues, 3.7.1
processes, 3.7.5
semaphores, 3.7.2
shared memory, 3.7.3

I

INILIB security parameter, 2.8.2.3
initialization
troubleshooting, 4.1.3
UNIX, 3.1.3
installation
HACMP software, 5.4.1.2
Oracle database, 5.4.1.2
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, 3.2.6
verifying for Windows, 4.3.8
IPC resources
Linux, 3.8.1.1
IPCS
setup for database security
iSeries, 2.9.5
iSeries
administering servers, 2.1
authorization lists
database security, 2.9.7
samples, 2.9.1.2
backing up tables, 8.2.2
batch output files, 2.7.1
batch processes, 2.7.1, 2.7.1
administration, 2.7.1
encoding passwords, 2.7.4
monitoring processes, 2.7.2
scheduling reports, 2.7.1.2
database security
administrators, 2.9.5
removing administrative authority, 2.9.6
user profile information, 2.9.7
enterprise server, 2.2.2, 2.5.1
architecture, 2.1.1
automatic start, 2.2.5
backup requirements, 8.1.2
email, 12.8.2.10
initialization, 2.1.2
installation problems, 12.8.2
interprocess communication (IPC), 12.8.5
JDBNET, 12.8.4
jde.ini file, 12.8.6
manual start, 2.2.4
process flow, 2.1.1
setting up a printer, 2.6.1
shutting down the server, 2.3
integrated file system logging support, 2.4
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne database security, 2.9.1
jdedebug.log, 2.5.4
jde.log, 2.5.4
library structure, 2.2.1
restoring a backup file, 8.2.6
setting up JD Edwards EnterpriseOne database security, 2.9.3
iSeries database security parameters, 2.8.2.1
BSFNLIB, 2.8.2.9
DTAPATH datapath, 2.8.2.4
INILIB, 2.8.2.3
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne DB admin profile, 2.8.2.8
modifying JDE profile, 2.8.2.6
modifying security profile, 2.8.2.7
modifying system profile, 2.8.2.5
secure log path, 2.8.2.10

J

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
backing up tables, 8.1
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne DB admin profile security parameter, 2.8.2.8
JDBNET
troubleshooting
iSeries, 12.8.4
jdecpy.log
workstation, 11.4.1.3, 11.4.7
jdedebug.log
clearing the file, 2.5.4
disabling, 11.4.4
enterprise server, 12.1, 12.1.2, 12.1.2
disabling, 12.1.2
enabling, 12.1.2
naming conventions, 12.1.2
server locations, 12.1.2
setting up, 12.4
location on a workstation, 11.4.4
workstation, 11.4.1.4
jde.ini file
troubleshooting
iSeries, 12.8.6
UNIX, 12.9.2
UNIX
security, 3.6.5
Windows, 4.1.4, 4.5.4
jdeinst.log
definition, 11.4.1.3
jde.log
disabling, 11.4.3
enterprise server, 12.1, 12.1.1
setup, 12.3
iSeries, 2.5.4
locating the file, 11.4.5
workstation, 11.4.1.2
setup, 11.4.3
JDENET
iSeries
troubleshooting, 12.8.2.7

K

kernels
AIX, 3.9.4.1
maxuproc, 3.9.2
parameter settings, 3.9.1
tune parameters, 3.9.4
viewing system parameters, 3.9.3
HP-UX
file descriptors, 3.7.4
message queues, 3.7.1
parameter settings, 3.7
processes, 3.7.5
semaphores, 3.7.2
shared memory, 3.7.3
Linux
parameter settings, 3.8.1
Sun Solaris
file descriptors, 3.7.4
message queues, 3.7.1
parameter settings, 3.7
processes, 3.7.5
semaphores, 3.7.2
shared memory, 3.7.3

L

libraries
iSeries, 2.2.1
Linux
administering servers, 3.1
batch processes
scheduling reports, 3.5.5
enterprise server, 3.3
architecture, 3.1.2
starting automatically, 3.2.5
file limits, 3.8.1.2
file security, 3.6.1
IPC resources, 3.8.1.1
kernel parameter settings, 3.8.1
log files
accessing, 2.4.1
clearing jdedebug.log, 2.5.4
clearing jde.log, 2.5.4
enterprise server
batch processes, 12.1.3
batch processing logs, 12.1
jdedebug.log, 12.1.2
jde.log, 12.1.1
viewing logs, 12.2
enterprise server batch process log, 12.1
enterprise servers, 12.1
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne workstations, 11.4.1.1
jdedebug.log, 11.4.1.4
locating, 11.4.4
jde.log
locating, 11.4.5
viewing, 11.4.2
workstation
application development, 11.4.1.3
batch processes, 11.4.1.5
compile errors, 11.4.6
global tables, 11.4.1.1
jdecpy.log, 11.4.7
jdeinst.log, 11.4.11
jde.log, 11.4.3
logic processing logs, 11.4.1.2, 12.1
sql.log, 11.4.8, 11.4.10
troubleshooting, 11.4.1
troubleshooting strategies, 11.4.1.7
viewing server logs, 12.2
workstation batch process log, 12.5
logging
integrated file system logging support
iSeries, 2.4
logic processing logs
enterprise server, 12.1

M

manual start
enterprise servers
iSeries, 2.2.4
UNIX, 3.2.2
Windows enterprise servers, 4.3.7
MC/ServiceGuard
setting up an Oracle package, 5.3.2
memory
kernel parameter settings
HP-UX, 3.7.3
Sun Solaris, 3.7.3
memory violations
workstations, 11.1.7
message queues
kernel parameter settings
HP-UX, 3.7.1
Sun Solaris, 3.7.1

N

network
services for Windows, 4.3.1, 4.3.1, 4.3.2, 4.3.3, 4.3.4

O

object owner IDs
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne tables, 8.1.3
ODBC
troubleshooting
sql.log, 11.4.10
Oracle
backing up tables on UNIX or Windows, 8.2.3
HACMP software, 5.4.1.2
restoring a backup file, 8.2.5
output files
viewing batch output files, 2.7.3
OUTQ
creating for iSeries printer, 2.6.2
starting for iSeries printer, 2.6.3
ownev, 5.7.1

P

packages
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne for a cluster, 5.3.3
parameter settings
AIX, 3.9.4.1
maxuproc, 3.9.2
tune parameters, 3.9.4
viewing system parameters, 3.9.3
HP-UX memory, 3.7.3
Sun Solaris memory, 3.7.3
passwords
encoding passwords, 2.7.4
PDF
iSeries output location, 2.7.1
performance
AIX, 3.9.4.1
kernel parameter settings, 3.9.4
PORTTEST
iSeries, 12.8.2.6
printers
iSeries, 2.6.3
creating the OUTQ, 2.6.2
printing multiple copies to a remote printer, 2.6.4
setup, 2.6.1
troubleshooting, 11.2.1.3
UNIX
setup, 3.4
Windows, 4.2.1, 4.2.2, 4.2.2, 4.2.3, 4.2.5, 4.2.7
administrators, 4.2.8
setup problems, 12.10.5
printing multiple copies to a remote printer, 2.6.4
processes
iSeries
monitoring batch processes, 2.7.2
kernel parameter settings
HP-UX, 3.7.5
Sun Solaris, 3.7.5
Windows, 4.4.2
production workstation
preliminary troubleshooting, 11.2.2
troubleshooting, 11.2.1

Q

queue services
Windows, 4.3.1, 4.3.1, 4.3.2, 4.3.3, 4.3.4

R

remote printers
printing multiple copies on the iSeries, 2.6.4
reports
batch processes, 4.4.4, 4.4.5
iSeries, 2.7.1, 2.7.1.2
UNIX, 3.5.4, 3.5.5
UNIX, 3.5.5
Windows
file location problems, 12.10.10
RS/6000
enterprise server
starting automatically, 3.2.4

S

scripts
Solaris clustering, 5.7.1
secure log path security parameter, 2.8.2.10
security
iSeries
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne databases, 2.9.1
setup for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne databases, 2.9.3
maintaining file security for Windows, 4.5
specification file, 4.5.1
UNIX
business function files, 3.6.3
file security, 3.6.1
jde.ini file (enterprise server), 3.6.5
specification files, 3.6.2
Windows, 4.5.2
semaphores
kernel parameter settings
HP-UX, 3.7.2
Sun Solaris, 3.7.2
Server Map data source
troubleshooting, 12.6.3
servers
AIX
application server for cluster, 5.6
setting value of maxuproc, 3.9.2
backing up tables, 8.2
backup requirements, 8.1.2
deployment server, 8.1.1
command line, 2.7.1, 3.5.5
batch process reports for iSeries, 2.7.1.2
batch process reports for UNIX, 3.5.4
iSeries, 2.2.2
administration, 2.1
cleaning up the enterprise server, 2.5.1
logging support, 2.4
UNIX
administration, 3.1
jde.ini file security, 3.6.5
setting up a printer, 3.4
shutting down the enterprise server, 3.3
starting the enterprise server, 3.2.1
Windows, 4.1, 4.2.1, 4.3.5
services
Windows, 4.2.2, 4.3.1
setting up a printer
iSeries, 2.6.2, 2.6.3
printing multiple copies to a remote printer, 2.6.4
Windows
troubleshooting, 12.10.5
shared memory
kernel parameter settings
HP-UX, 3.7.3
Sun Solaris, 3.7.3
SMIT application
setting the value of maxuproc, 3.9.2
Solaris
clusters, 5.7.1, 5.7.1, 5.7.1
enterprise server
automatic start, 3.2.4
kernel parameter settings, 3.7
file descriptors, 3.7.4
message queues, 3.7.1
processes, 3.7.5
semaphores, 3.7.2
shared memory, 3.7.3
specification file security
UNIX, 3.6.2
SQL Server
backing up tables, 8.2.4
restoring a backup file, 8.2.7
Windows
restoring a backup file, 8.2.8
sql.log
reading, 11.4.1.6
workstation, 11.4.1.3, 11.4.8, 11.4.9, 11.4.10
troubleshooting ODBC, 11.4.10
turning on the log, 11.4.9
standalone executable files, 10.2
starting the enterprise server
iSeries, 2.2.2
automatic, 2.2.5
manual, 2.2.4
SUNClustering
registering JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, 5.7.6
SunOracleMgr.sh, 5.7.1
SunStartResource.sh, 5.7.1
SunStopResource.sh, 5.7.1

T

tables
backing up JD Edwards EnterpriseOne tables, 8.1
backing up servers, 8.2
object owner IDs, 8.1.3
testing
iSeries
PORTTEST, 12.8.2.6
submitting a report, 12.8.2.8
troubleshooting
batch processes, 11.2.4
development workstation, 11.3.1
enterprise servers, 12.1, 12.6.1
batch process log, 12.1, 12.1.3
jdedebug.log, 12.1.2
jde.log, 12.1.1
Server Map data source, 12.6.3
UNIX, 12.9.1
Windows, 12.10.1
HP-UX on a cluster, 5.8
iSeries enterprise server, 12.8.2, 12.8.2.8
architecture, 2.1.1
initialization, 2.1.2
interprocess communication (IPC), 12.8.5
JDBNET, 12.8.4
jde.ini file, 12.8.6
PPAT, 12.8.2.10
running JDENET, 12.8.2.7
ODBC
sql.log, 11.4.10
production workstations, 11.2.1
setting up the jdedebug.log, 11.4.1.4
UNIX enterprise server
architecture, 3.1.2
directory structure, 3.1.1
initialization, 3.1.3
viewing log files, 11.4.2
Windows enterprise server, 4.1.1, 4.1.2, 4.1.3, 12.10.1
email, 12.10.15
finding data, 12.10.11
log file location, 12.10.7
report file location, 12.10.10
running JD Edwards EnterpriseOne manually, 12.10.9
setting up a printer, 12.10.5
setting up JD Edwards EnterpriseOne accounts, 12.10.2
stopping JD Edwards EnterpriseOne as run manually, 12.10.13
testing by submitting a report, 12.10.11
using Visual C++ to stop processes, 12.10.14
workstations, 11.1
batch process log, 11.4.1.5
business functions, 11.3.4
compile error log, 11.4.6
DLL files (production), 11.2.9
event rules, 11.3.3
interactive applications, 11.2.1
jdecpy.log, 11.4.7
jdeinst.log, 11.4.11
log files, 11.4.1
preliminary troubleshooting, 11.2.2
printing, 11.2.1.3
setting up the jde.log, 11.4.3
sql.log, 11.4.8, 11.4.10
standalone installation, 11.2.1.1
strategies using log files, 11.4.1.7
viewing server logs, 12.2
troubleshooting JD Edwards EnterpriseOne servers
web servers, 12.11.3
tune parameters
AIX, 3.9.4.1
kernel parameter settings on AIX, 3.9.4
type security parameter, 2.8.2.1

U

UNIX
administering servers, 3.1
AIX
kernel parameter settings, 3.9.1
backing up Oracle tables, 8.2.3
batch output files
reviewing, 3.5.1
batch processes
administration, 3.5.1
monitoring processes, 3.5.2
running reports, 3.5.4
scheduling reports, 3.5.5
business function files
security, 3.6.3
creating a separate instance of the enterprise server, 3.10.1
enterprise server, 3.2.1, 3.3
architecture, 3.1.2
backup requirements, 8.1.2
directory structure, 3.1.1
initialization, 3.1.3
jde.ini file, 12.9.2
manual start, 3.2.2
setting up a printer, 3.4
file security, 3.6.1
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne executable files
security, 3.6.4
jde.ini file
security, 3.6.5
kernel parameter settings
HP-UX, 3.7
Linux, 3.8.1
Sun Solaris, 3.7
restoring an Oracle backup file, 8.2.5
running multiple JD Edwards EnterpriseOne enterprise servers, 3.10.1
specification files
security, 3.6.2
verifying the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne installation, 3.2.6
user accounts, setting up on Windows, 4.2.5
user profiles
iSeries database security, 2.9.6
displaying information, 2.9.7

W

Windows
administering the server, 4.1
backing up Oracle tables, 8.2.3
batch, 4.4.1
batch output files, 4.4.3
batch processes, 4.4.2, 4.4.4, 4.4.5
business function files, 4.5.2
enterprise server, 4.1.1, 4.1.2, 4.1.3, 4.2.1, 4.3.1, 4.3.2, 4.3.5, 4.3.7
backup requirements, 8.1.2
file security, 4.5
jde.ini file, 4.1.4, 4.5.4
printer setup, 4.2.2
restoring an Oracle backup file, 8.2.5
specification files, 4.5.1
SQL Server
restoring a backup file, 8.2.8
verifying the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne installation, 4.3.8
workstations
development (troubleshooting)
business functions, 11.3.4
event rules, 11.3.3
error messages, 11.1
global tables, 11.4.1.1
log files
application development, 11.4.1.3
batch processes, 11.4.1.5
compile errors, 11.4.6
jdecpy.log, 11.4.7
jdeinst.log, 11.4.11
jde.log, 11.4.3
sql.log, 11.4.8, 11.4.10
troubleshooting strategies, 11.4.1.7
viewing, 11.4.2
logic processing logs, 11.4.1.2
preliminary troubleshooting, 11.2.2
production (troubleshooting), 11.2.1
batch processes, 11.2.4
DLL files, 11.2.9
printing, 11.2.1.3
standalone installation, 11.2.1.1