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The Basics of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrator

by Shelby Klingerman, Content Curator |

One feature that is becoming increasingly popular in the world of JD Edwards is the EnterpriseOne Orchestrator. INFOCUS 18 featured several sessions dedicated to information about Orchestrator and demos of how it works.

What we learned

Orchestrator provides the critical processing capability for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications to provide, consume and process data from devices and other software interfaces.

The foundation for Orchestrator is the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne AIS Server. The AIS Server runs JD Edwards applications in the background, and Orchestrator processes orchestrations saved to the AIS Server to transfer real-time data between EnterpriseOne and third-party applications and devices.

Orchestrator enables companies to transfer that data from devices into actionable business processes in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications. Orchestrations can be put on a scheduler that automatically runs the orchestration on a regular basis, and results can even be sent to your mobile device when you’re on the move.

To make creating orchestrations easier, the Orchestrator Studio enables a business analyst to create, test, and deploy orchestrations. The Orchestrator Studio utilizes an intuitive, graphical user interface that masks the complexity of the underlying code.

To learn more about Orchestrator and see a demo of real orchestrations, check out the full presentation from INFOCUS 18 below.


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The Basics of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrator