EnterpriseOne has supported 64-bit hardware, operating systems, databases, Java, and middleware for many years. Components such as HTML Server, Enterprise Server, Development client, AIS Server, Orchestrator and other Java-based components, are 64-bit enabled.
This marketing brief describes why you should make the move to Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 64-bit computing.
This FAQ document provides Oracle JD Edwards customers, partners, and employees information as it relates to the Oracle JD Edwards 64-bit processing.
JD Edwards has enabled 64-bit processing for the Enterprise Server and development client with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release 9.2.3. This empowers you to move completely from 32-bit to 64-bit processing.
Multi-foundation is having the architecture to have different tools releases on different path codes. This document describes the different architectures for multi-foundation with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.
This learning path guides you through the steps required to upgrade your JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools to Release 9.2.3 with 64-bit processing.
Implementing 64-bit Processing with a 32-bit Deployment Server in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
This document contains concepts and coding suggestions pertaining to the building of business function C code for 64-bit EnterpriseOne server and client platforms.
Explains Object Management Workbench action detail with 64-bit processing.
The purpose of a package is to group software modifications so that they can be deployed to enterprise servers, web servers, and workstations.