Tag: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools

Aug 14 @  2:00pm

  It is impossible to discuss the future of JD Edwards without discussing User Defined Objects (UDOs) and the no-code solutions. If you are like many JD Edwards users, you have probably heard of, and may even be using, functionality like CafeOne and E1 Pages. Perhaps you are using Queries and OneView Reporting, but would…

The Credit Manager UX One role is available for JD Edwards Financials users. This role brings several benefits to users, including access to the associated UX One pages and components, tools for receiving alerts, analyzing data, and easy access to related programs that enable users to take action if required.

At COLLABORATE 19, A.J. Schifano, Product Manager for Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, highlighted the most recent enhancements to Orchestrator that have taken place within the last year. These enhancements have taken place largely in EnterpriseOne Tools Release 9.2.3.3 and Orchestrator Studio 7.2.

The Safety Manager UX One role is available for JD Edwards users. This role brings several benefits to users, including access to the associated UX One pages and components, tools for receiving alerts, analyzing data, and easy access to related programs that enable users to take action if required.

Angela Enyeart, Senior Director of Product Management at Oracle, spoke at COLLABORATE 19 about how to empower users by leveraging UX One in your organization.

UX One gives you the chance to take control of your JD Edwards experience. The Alert, Analyze, Act design principle displays your most important decision-making data in one location – a role-based landing page. It empowers users to personalize and configure their systems with alerts, analytics, and actions that help with important decision making. When you sign into JD Edwards EnterpriseOne using a UX One role, you can view alerts, analyze critical data in a graphical format, and take action on the alerts using pre-defined tasks. Users, developers, and IT professionals can all benefit from the capabilities provided by UX One.

The Fulfillment Manager UX One role is available for JD Edwards users. This role brings several benefits to users, including access to the associated UX One page and components, tools for receiving alerts, analyzing data, and easy access to related programs that enable users to take action if required.

The Accounts Receivable Manager UX One role is available for JD Edwards Financials. This role brings several benefits to users, including access to the associated UX One page and components, tools for receiving alerts, analyzing data, and easy access to related programs that enable users to take action if required. The Accounts Receivable Manager role and the associated pages and components enable Accounts Receivable managers to view receipt, payor, and credit and collection information for their teams.

A recent Oracle video gave a tutorial of how users can use the Form Extensibility framework to associate orchestrations and notifications with EnterpriseOne events from interactive applications.

The Lease Administrator UX One role is available for JD Edwards Real Estate Management. This role brings several benefits to users, including access to the associated UX One page and components, tools for receiving alerts, analyzing data, and easy access to related programs that enable users to take action if required.

Did you know that you can call orchestrations and notifications from EnterpriseOne events in real-time without any customization? This brings the power of orchestrations, including process automation and integration with third-party applications, into the context of EnterpriseOne applications. As part of its continued endeavor to empower citizen developers, JD Edwards has gone a step further to make orchestrator capabilities available from interactive applications. Using form extension, citizen developers can now associate an orchestration with a form event on the glass and contextually map the orchestration parameters – enabling them to call orchestrations from the form context in real-time. This means that you can now meet tangible business logic requirements across industries and regions and for integration on the glass more easily using low-code methodologies and a low cost.