UX One – A first-rate, second-to-none User eXperience for EnterpriseOne users.
UX One is an interface into EnterpriseOne that provides a more intuitive, efficient, and effective way for users to perfom their day-to-day tasks. Implemented on the EnterpriseOne home page through the Page Composer, the role-based UX One interface displays information from left to right into categories that follow an “Alert, Analyze, and Act” paradigm:
Oracle provides several out-of-the-box UX One roles that are based on various business roles such as maintenance manager, strategic buyer, warehouse manager… just to name a few. You can use Page Composer to customize the shipped UX One content or create your own UX One role-based interfaces.
You can enhance the UX One experience with the Personalize Form feature and List View grid formats. The Personalize Form feature enables you to rename field labels and hide, resize, and reposition fields and controls in EnterpriseOne applications without the use of the Forms Design Aid developer tool. List View grid formats enable you to remove the clutter from an EnterpriseOne grid and display information in a way that it is compact and easier to find. When combined with the power of the role-based UX One interface, these additional features enable users to immediately access and act upon the fields, controls, and data necessary to perform their business tasks successfully.
Before implementing UX One, you must review this information:
The installation of UX One requires the following components:
All components must be installed for UX One to function.
Two optional Data Packs are intended for Demo Environments only. Because they replace business data, use the data packs only for demo environment:
Additional support information: Query with no Version
Watch this video to understand the transformative power of JD Edwards UX One:
Visit the JD Edwards UX One page on Oracle.com for additional information and resources for this solution. Download the JD Edwards UX One at a Glance flyer for a quick overview.
This tutorial demonstrates how to add a Springboard Pane in Page Composer and explains the Menu Indexing functionality.
Duration: 9 mins
Released: 7.2 years ago
This tutorial demonstrates how to create Personal Forms.
This tutorial demonstrates how to create a List View grid format.
Duration: 6.5 mins
Released: 7.6 years ago
This tutorial demonstrates how to use a list view grid format in an EnterpriseOne form and use some of the List View grid features.
Duration: 7.5 mins
EnterpriseOne JET applications were developed as part of the UX One project. As a part of this effort, a template was created to facilitate the building of charts in JET. This OBE provides step-by-step directions on modifying a specific template, which includes a chart with a menu and query builder features, to create a JET application that will have the same look and feel of the other JET applications built for UX One.
This Oracle By Example demonstrates how to create an EnterpriseOne JET application based on a template that includes a single chart with a menu and query builder features.
Duration: 60 mins
Use the delivered ADF source code to perform customizations to ADF applications, such as changing the location of fields and including additional controls. The ADF code includes a JDeveloper project with .java source code, enabling you to customize the applications to fit your needs.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Search is a keyword-driven enterprise-wide search across transactional data within EnterpriseOne. This new search feature is implemented as a standalone EnterpriseOne Page and delivered in an ESU for the following releases:
From the Update Center, search on one of the following:
With EnterpriseOne Search, you can define sets of search criteria over EnterpriseOne tables using search categories. JD Edwards delivers three search categories that you can configure by user role and access permissions. You can modify these search categories and create new ones to meet your specific business needs:
This OBE shows you how to create a Search Category for the EnterpriseOne Search that uses Classic EnterpriseOne Pages.
Duration: 15 mins
Released: 7.4 years ago
This FAQ document addresses questions on the Restricted Use License for One View Reporting for JD Edwards UX One and minimal technical requirements (MTRs).
Released: 5.6 years ago
If you have already installed the components from UX One - All, you only need to install the components from UX One - Update 1 to get the additional profiles. All components must be installed for UX One to function.
This support document provides information about the required objects for each E1 Page within a UX One Role.
To review the UX One Prerequisites, Entitled Products, and Restricted Use Licenses, access the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Licensing Information User Manual.