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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
Installation Wizard into existing VRC
Installation Wizard into new VRC
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Old 30th November 2012, 17:58
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Baan: BaanIVc4 - DB: Informix IDS_1150FC8 - OS: HPUX_11.11
Oracle 11g standard edition v.s. enterprise edition for LN ERP
Baan: Infor10 ERP
DB: Oracle 11gR2
OS: RHEL 6.0
C/S: Server

We are running our production BaanIVc4 (Informix) and planning to upgrade to LN ERP, a full-blown LN ERP with 100 users license. We are thinking of moving away from Informix to Oracle 11g database. To save the cost we would like to select standard edition of Oracle 11g database. From sizing model and capacity planning, the Oracle 11g standard edition has enough power to support our production. If you have any experience with Oracle 11g database standard edition, please let us know your thoughts.
Our concerns are that the standard edition is lacking of many features. For example in the Manageability area:
Oracle Change Management Pack
Oracle Configuration Management Pack
Oracle Diagnostic Pack
Oracle Tuning Pack
Oracle Provisioning and Patch Automation Pack

Do we really need the Enterprise edition of Oracle 11g for LN ERP? Which third party tools can we use to replace those manageability features above? Please let us know the pros and cons if we select Oracle 11g standard edition.
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Baan: All - DB: Oracle/ms-sql/db2 - OS: *nix/windows

In order to use Oracle with Infor you don't need the enterprise edition. It's also rather expensive compared to the standard edition.

In my opinion you can do perfectly without these options. If you run a few queries to monitor the free available space and make sure your statistics keep up to date it should run fine. For monitoring you can also use free tools like zabbix or nagios.

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Other things like diagnostics and performance tuning can be done manually if needed or with help of Oracle or Infor (depends where you buy your oracle licenses). A great help can be sql-developer and/or db-console.

In my personal opinion the additional costs of an enterprise edition are not needed.

Ever thought about db2? Also a good RDBMS, even the express version should be able to handle 100 users without any problem.

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