Using Environment Director to Copy an Environment to a New Environment
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Configurable Network Computing Implementation Guide
Central Objects. Adding a security override must be done by a security administrator.
To add a security override, you must first add a system user for the Central Objects
data source owner, and then add an override for the EnterpriseOne user who will run
8.6.2 Adding a System User for the Central Objects Data Source Owner
To add a system user for the Central Objects data source owner:
In P98OWSEC, select the form exit Add System User.
On Work with System Users, enter the appropriate data source owner (for
example, DV900, PY900 or PD900) in the System User field and select Find.
If no values are returned, add the data source owner as a system user by selecting
Add and completing the fields on the System User Revisions form:
Click OK and then Cancel and Close to return to the Work with User Security
8.6.3 Adding an Override for an EnterpriseOne User Running Copy Environment
To add an override for a JD Edwards EnterpriseOne user who is going to run Copy
On Work with User Security, enter the user who is going to run Copy
Environment, and select Find.
Select the Form exit, Add Data Source.
On Add Data source, complete the User ID, Data Source, and System User fields.
8.7 Using Environment Director to Copy an Environment to a New
This section provides an overview of copying an environment to a new environment
using Environment Director and discusses how to create a new environment using the
8.7.1 Understanding Copying an Environment to a New Environment
The Environment Copy (P989400) application provides a director that steps you
through the process of copying an environment to a new environment.
Oracle recommends that you use the Environment Director and not the Installation
Planner (P9840) and Installation Workbench (P9841) to create custom environments.
Environment Director, Installation Planner, and Installation Workbench share common
functionality for configuring custom environments.
If the target path code directory already exists on the deployment server or enterprise
server (for example, from a previous attempt to copy to that path code), please remove