Critical Updates JD Edwards Clients Need to Know in time for June 30 Deadline

A June 30 deadline is fast approaching for specific JDE EnterpriseOne and JDE World clients to avoid locking your mission critical enterprise applications.

Attention: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Clients Running Service Pack 17.1 or later and Tools Release Prior to 8.98

What you need to know: If you are running the EnterpriseOne Tools release prior to 8.98, you may need to update your EnterpriseOne Client Machine (also known as Development client, Web development client, Fat client or Workstation) since the accompanying license verification code was designed to work only through June 30, 2019.  If the appropriate actions to bypass the verification code are not taken, the JDE-licensed software could be license-locked (unable to run). 

Download this technical brief to guide you through the update.

Attention: JD Edwards World Clients Running A7.3 or A8.1

What you need to know: The JDE SPC (Software Protection Code) for many clients may expire in July 2019.  This code was designed to work only through June 30, 2019, and if the necessary actions to bypass the verification code are not taken, the JDE-licensed software could be license-locked (unable to run).

Download this technical brief to see the steps to take.


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