EASYCloudConnector (ECC) Setup

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EASYCloudConnector (ECC) Setup

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  • System Requirements
    • Windows server 2016+ (64 bit)
      • 4 GB Ram
      • Dual core CPU
      • Must have network access to:
        • Any Databases which ECC is intended to interface with
        • Any SMTP server which ECC is intended to interface with
        • Any Files/Folders which ECC is intended to interface with
        • Any JDE instance which ECC is intended to interface with
      • Must have internet access to connect on ports 80 and 443
    1. From the IDE navigate to EASYCloudConnector page.
      • Click the 3 bars in top right section
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    • Choose EASYCloudConnector (ECC) under Setup
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  • Download ECC Server Manager and extract
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  • Copy zip from local ‘Downloads’ to another directory
    • We recommend C:\ECC\{ZipFileName}
  • Extract zip file in that folder and navigate into the ServerManager/Bin folder
  • Click on KRise.EASYProcess.CreateServerManagerShortcuts.exe to run it. This will allow you to add a shortcut to the desktop and programs
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  • Icon appears on desktop
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  • Once the shortcut is created use it to run the server manager
  • We are ready to install the server manager.
    • It is recommended to not use the local system account. But to use a network account that has security permissions set up. This will allow you to access network resources such as SQL server, file server etc using this account.
      • To install as a different account uncheck the Install as Local System Account
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    • Click on install.
      • If the install as local system checkbox is unchecked it will ask you to login with an account.
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  • Once the service is installed you will need to repeat the following steps for each environment tab
  • Enter desired port and timeout or leave as default and click save.
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  • Go to the site and a new client id or use an existing one. Only one ecc install can use a client id at a time.
  • If connecting to JDE to run BSFN Follow this step otherwise skip to step 15
    • Go to the JDE Server Tab and enter the port to run the JDE BSFN server on and click Save.
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  • If the ECC client is meant to connect to a JDE installation, then it requires a set of JAR files which can be obtained from the JDE Enterprise Server which intends to service the ECC client’s requests. From the target JDE Enterprise Server’s “~\system\classes” folder, all .JAR files should be copied into each environment’s “JDEBSFN_JDEJarFiles” folder located inside the environment path folder.
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  • Then go to the Connections tab and fill out the connection information for each connection you wish to use.
    • Type the instance name into the New Instance text box then click add. It will populate the dropdown. The instance name needs to match the instance from the IDE.
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      • Database connections requires:
        • ConnectionProvider
        • ServerType
        • ConnectionString
          • Sample connection strings are provided to get more examples for your provider and type go to connectionstrings.com
      • JDEdwards is for bsfn and requires:
        • Host
        • Port
        • Environment
        • UserId
        • Password
        • Timeout
        • BSFNServerPollFrequency
        • SessionRecycleCount
        • MaxNumberOfSessions
        • KillClosedSessionWaitTime
        • SessionManagerFrequency
        • UserSessionValidation
        • LogSevere
        • LogDebug
        • PrintSevere
        • PrintDebug
      • Email requires:
        • UserName
        • Password
        • SMTPServer
        • SMTPServerPort
        • UseSLL
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  • If you are connecting to any databases through ecc you will need to set up your tables paths from the Connection Manager Page.
    • This example is for a connection to a JDE MSSQL database but can be followed for all database types and connections.
    • Go To Connection Manager Page and select Database from the left
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    • Then select the instance you are using from the drop down.
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    • Make sure the Use ECC is enabled
    • At the bottom there will be sample table paths that you will need to change to match your set up.
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    • Click edit to change them. Path is DatabaseName.SchemaName. If using Oracle it should just be SchemaName.
  • For all other connection types from The connection Manager Page select the connection and make sure the instance that will be going through ECC has Use ECC enabled
  • Now you can test your connections using ping or for each instance using ECC in the list.
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