This glossary provides descriptions of terms and acronyms used in this document.

Database driver

A set of code used to connect to a database.

Oracle Software Delivery Cloud

An Oracle site from which applications can be downloaded.

H4A (HTML for Applications)

The Standalone Web Client.

Install Manager

The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne program that starts the Standalone Client installer. The actual program name is Installmanager.exe.

Java Development Kit (JDK)

A set of tools and Java code used to develop Java applications.

Java Runtime Environment (JRE)

A set of tools used when running Java applications.

JDBC driver

A database driver that is used by Java programs to connect to a database.

Local database

A database that resides on the workstation on which the Standalone Client is installed.

Minimum Technical Requirements (MTRs)

The minimum software and hardware requirements needed to install and run the Standalone Client.

Oracle Enterprise Edition (OEE)

A version of the Oracle database product. The particular version of OEE that is used and installed by the Standalone Client is a stripped down version intended only for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne client and deployment server installations.

Oracle Universal Installer (OUI)

A program that is used to install Oracle products. This version of the Standalone Client is installed using OUI. OEE is also installed by OUI.

Root folder

The base-level folder of a computer drive whether that drive is a hard drive or a DVD. It is designated by the drive letter, a colon, and a backslash or, if the drive letter can be assumed, simply by a single backslash.


A JD Edwards EnterpriseOne tool used to save and restore installations of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne products such as standalone clients, development clients, and deployment servers.

Software Protection Codes (SPCs)

Encrypted alphanumeric strings used to designate the number and expiration date of licenses used to run previous versions of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, including standalone clients, development clients, and deployment servers. The 9.1 release of the Standalone Client does not require SPCs.

Spec database

A database that contains information ("specifications" or descriptions) about JD Edwards EnterpriseOne objects such as database tables, applications, and components of applications (forms, event rules, etc.).

SQL Server 2005 Express Edition (SSE or SSEE)

The version of the Microsoft SQL Server database product intended to run on individual client Microsoft Windows workstations.

Standalone Client

A JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Release 9.1/Tools Release 9.1 client that does not require any of these associated EnterpriseOne servers:

  • Deployment Server

  • Enterprise Server (also known as host or logic server)

  • HTML Web Server

  • Database Server

Standalone Web Client

The web browser based component of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Standalone Client.

Tools component

The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne component of the Standalone Client that provides mid-level functionality to the EnterpriseOne applications. Also known as JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release or "system" code or "foundation" code.