Pinned topic Having trouble Creating a JDE Endpoint - error is: enterpriseServer property not found in INI file
I imported all of the JAR & INI files using the Tools/Install Module Providers menu selection in Studio. After I restarted Studio I created a JDE endpoint according to the client's specifications - they have a SQL Server database and authentication to JDE is handled by an application server. While logged on to their VPN, I click the "Test Connection" button on the JDE Endpoint and I get the following error: Connection to JDE application failed. enterpriseServer property not found in INI file. Has anyone encountered this error and if so, what do you do to fix it? Thanks.
You need to install the2008-11-10T17:20:00ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
You need to install the Jas.ini file too using the Tools/Install Module Providers Mene. You can find this file on you JDE Server on the following location <JDE INSTALL>/<enviornment>/System/OC4J\j2ee\home\applications\webclient.ear\webclient\WEB-INF\classes ThanksManoj
RE: You need to install2008-11-15T00:36:50ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
We have installed the jas.ini file but the location given in the Cast Iron Studio help file and in the recent post is for systems using the Oracle Application Server. We are using Websphere. The jas.ini file for Websphere is in a completely different location in JDE. It also needs to be configured with the BOOTSTRAP username and password for the production environment for it to work properly. We got it working once we did that. Please note: the jas.ini file in the Oracle app server location as specified in the help file is missing a number of key sections. It was the root of the errors we were seeing. I would recommend not using it if your system uses Websphere.
jas.ini file installed2008-12-12T18:00:20ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
Yes, that worked. The jas.ini file also had to be configured for bootstrap information which contains the PSFT user and plain text password. This might be sensitive for some clients but it will not work without this ocnfigured. I appreciate the replies. Thanks.
Steven M. Longo
Re: Having trouble Creating a JDE Endpoint - error is: enterpriseServer property not found in INI file2012-10-23T19:12:45ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hi,
I know this is a really old thread, but I'm having the same issues as described. Can somebody tell me what was changed in the JAS.INI file to make the endpoint connection successful? Thanks in advance!