One issue a CNC faces on a daily or weekly basis is Zombie kernels. Usually call object kernels go zombie causing applications to fail and cause data integrity issues. This blog explains how to analyze a kernel that went zombie and how to provide the needed information to the developers or use Oracle support to help fix the problem.
When comparing an individual or small number of UDC values between environments it will be easiest to use the Work With User Defined Codes application (P0004A). However, in order to ensure that your UDCs are in sync between environments, it may be best to use SQL.
Have you ever had a need to test a BSSV server or respond to a request for a WSDL/End Point? See the steps to follow in the WebLogic Admin Console to get this information and test the WSDL End Point.
Simply speaking, subsystem processing allows a quick-running UBE to be submitted both automatically and repetitively. Subsystems begin by loading environment specs when started and then continually submit subsequent runs of the job. This allows for more efficient processing, as only the UBE logic needs to be executed during all subsequent submissions of the UBE.
A local planner database on your JD Edwards deployment server is often not included in the regular backup plans. Even if your deployment server is backed using your server backup technology, there is a possibility that the E1Local Oracle database might not be recoverable due to the data files being locked. A deployment server recovery might not be as simple if the local database is no longer accessible/recoverable. The planner database doesn’t change very often but it does hold a lot of important configuration details and a simple backup to disk once a month can save you a lot of headaches.