This tutorial shows how to use the Service Request design page in the Orchestrator Studio to create a form request, which is a component of an orchestration that enables an orchestration to perform a business transaction in EnterpriseOne.
The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Server Manager supports on-demand health checks on the Enterprise, HTML, Application Interface Services (AIS), Business Services (BSSV), Transaction (RTE), and Oracle Database servers.
This white paper provides a technical overview of deploying containerized JD Edwards EnterpriseOne servers in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to achieve high availability and scalability.
The Orchestrator Studio enables business analysts to create, test, and deploy orchestrations without having to understand the complexity of the underlying code required for processing orchestrations.
Learn how to create orchestrations that include the following components:
This video demonstrates form personalizations that are available for the Planning Workbench (P13700), Work Order Entry (P48201), and Service Management Workbench (P90CD020) program.
This video reviews some of the main features of basket pricing for procurement. It shows how to set a processing option to automatically apply basket-level adjustments to purchase orders, how to interactively apply basket-level adjustments to purchase orders, and how to set a processing option to reprices purchase orders and receipts using a batch process.
This quick tour provides an overview on how you can use JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Task Search to search for tasks within the menus for which you have access. Release 22.214.171.124
This document describes the manual method to provision and configure Oracle Bare Metal Cloud Services (BMCS) resources for use with the traditional installation of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, which uses the Platform Pack. Examples of BMCS resources that must be set up include the launching of Compute Instances, creation of Block Volume Storage, and setup of the Virtual Cloud Network (VCN).
This white paper presents the performance of interactive applications in conjunction with UX One using AIS caching. The two role-based UX One applications configured for this white paper are Accounts Receivable (AR) and Customer Service Management (CSM).
This Oracle By Example (OBE) shows you how to perform the following actions with regard to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne UX One:
Payroll Paycards allow employers to expand participation in electronic deposit and can eliminate an employer’s need to produce paper paychecks. This document describes how JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Payroll seamlessly supports electronic deposit to paycards through standard payroll functionality.
Through expanded participation in electronic deposit, employers can gain significant savings in resources, time, and cost. Employers may also find that with trends in technology and banking, as well as evolving consumer trends, offering a paycard solution not only brings significant benefits to the employer but is also a valuable benefit for employees.
As an alternative to manually receiving outbound inventory consumption information from the customer, you can set up the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system to receive information electronically using electronic data interchange (EDI). The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Outbound Inventory Management system can process inbound electronic receipts for the EDI Standard 852 (Product Activity Data - Inbound) transaction set.
This OBE shows you how to report consumption for outbound inventory transactions using EDI.