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Here's a video tutorial on how to install the newest JD Edwards 9.1 version!
In only six steps and no magic, you will have your JD Edwards up and running, including the Web version! The JD Edwards team did an outstanding job on this new version and I'm proud to be the first to document in video the installation steps and show you the system working after the installation.
By following the video you'll be able to have your own JD Edwards' instance running directly in your PC or you may also install as a Virtual Machine using Oracle Virtual Box. The base OS I'm using for this tutorial is Linux and as you can see, the Virtual Box VM works fast and is also stable. Please let me know if you need some information on how to setup a Virtual Box instanc…
You may want to install the 9.0, but I do recommend you to install and try the 9.1 with the new user interface and the "pages" feature. Click the link above and enjoy the video tutorial!
Oracle announced JDEdwards most recent version: 9.0 in September 2008.
Below, a complete tutorial of how to download and install this version.
Feel free to comment if you have any questions about this tutorial.
After that, we'll discuss many new features included in this version, as the new "Save" option. Now you can save your specs in a file and restore in another location without deployment, just using OMW.
So, let's rock!
The first step is to download the DEMO version to your machine.
Go to http://edelivery.oracle.com/ click Continue 1. Media Pack Search
Choose JDEdwards Enterprise One and your platform