Tag: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools

Quest spoke with Don Sauve, Programmer/Analyst, at Wagstaff about the company’s upgrade to 9.2 and all of the new features that employees have started leveraging within the organization.

At COLLABORATE 19, A.J. Schifano, a Product Manager for Oracle JD Edwards, walked through how the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrator can help customers thrive in the digital economy.

A recent JD Edwards tutorial showed how users can leverage the Orchestrator Process Recorder feature to create a Form Request within EnterpriseOne.

May 29 @  2:00pm

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The only thing that is constant is change. JD Edwards began with World, then moved on to Client Server, then introduced HTML client, and now there’s EnterpriseOne 9.2. Clayton Seeley, a Product Architect on the Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Development team, spoke at COLLABORATE 19 about how to streamline the process when upgrading to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2. He walked through the latest upgrade improvements that can help cut weeks off of your upgrade process. JD Edwards has automated the process of getting code current during an upgrade, which removes manual steps like applying ESUs, special instructions, and Tools releases.

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Notification and Orchestration messages enable you to improve your business efficiency by using proactive messages that are actionable.

Testing an EnterpriseOne Tools release tends to take a backseat to other day-to-day processes within a company. However, testing releases is of vital importance and can prevent unnecessary waste of time and resources when applied regularly.

Agnico Eagle Mines has been managing remote mining operations around the globe for decades. Over time, they identified a need to extend their JD Edwards Manufacturing and Distribution applications and provide mobile solutions to use both online at sites and offline in underground mines. Agnico Eagle spoke at COLLABORATE 19 about how they established the need to extend their JD Edwards system with mobile, what they needed out of a new solution, and the phases of how they moved forward with the implementation.

The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Decustomizer Analysis Report enables customers to identify simple UI customizations to applications that can be replaced by using the more robust personalization and extensibility frameworks. It is recommended that you run this periodically throughout your continuous adoption journey to help you identify the number of customizations that can be replaced by the frameworks. This will continuously reduce the cost of staying current with the latest updates in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.

A recent tutorial showed how to use the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrator Studio to create a connector service request. You can add a connector service request to an orchestration to enable it to invoke another orchestration, a REST service, or a database on an external system. You can also configure a connector to invoke an EnterpriseOne notification. The example given in the tutorial specifically showed how to create a connector service request to invoke an orchestration—specifically an orchestration designed to place a credit hold on a customer in EnterpriseOne. Essentially, you can call an orchestration from another orchestration.