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IBM System i5 and JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 8.10 - Batch Performance with Unicode vs. Non-Unicode Database



Document Author:
Additional Author(s):

Pat Moore
Kathy Mack


Document ID:

WP100796


Doc. Organization:

Solution Developer Marketing


Document Revised:

07/14/2012


Product(s) covered:

IBM eServer iSeries; IBM System i5; J.D. Edwards; PeopleSoft







Abstract: Read about the performance advantages of running JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 8.10 batch jobs (known as Universal Batch Engines or UBEs) with a Unicode database on the IBM System i5. On average the 28 test UBEs completed 2.6% faster and used 6.2% fewer CPU seconds using the Unicode database as compared to the non-Unicode database.

ORA JDE i5 Unicode 071206.pdf



Classification:

Hardware

Category:

Planning and Design

Solution(s):

ISV Applications

ISV(s):

J D Edwards; Oracle; PeopleSoft

Platform(s):

IBM System i Family



O/S:

OS/400

Keywords:

IBM, JD Edwards, J.D. Edwards, JDE, EnterpriseOne, OneWorld, iSeries, System i, Oracle, unicode, performance, i5, IBM i


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