This document explains how to install and run the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Release 9.1/Tools Release 9.1 Standalone Client using the Oracle Universal Installer (OUI), hereafter referred to as the Standalone Client. This version of the Standalone Client's installer is markedly different from the previous version that was available with Applications Release 9.0/Tools Release 9.1. This one uses a newer version of OUI (11.2), and some of the installation steps are different.
However, like the previous version, this version of the Standalone Client supports only the Oracle Enterprise Edition (OEE) as the local database. It does not support Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition (SSE).
The major steps in installing the Standalone Client include:
Prepare target system
Make sure your system meets the Minimum Technical Requirements. Refer to the section of this guide entitled: Section 2.1, "Minimum Technical Requirements".
Prepare the installation
Use one of the installation methods:
Expand the files on a set of installation DVDs to a hard drive.
Download and expand an image of the installation DVD from the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud site (
Install the components
Install the local database if it is not already installed and the Standalone Client.
This installation can include non-English languages.
Troubleshoot the installation
Analyze and correct any problems that arise during the installation.
Other tasks covered by this document include:
Start the Standalone Client
Run the client and troubleshoot any startup errors.
Start the Web Client
Run the web client as part of the Standalone Client and troubleshoot any startup errors.
Replace the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools component
Replace the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release component (also known as "system" or "foundation" code) when a new JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release becomes available.
Deinstall (Uninstall) the Standalone Client
Remove the client and the local database, if desired.
Refer to the Glossary in this document for definitions of terms and acronyms.
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