Learn how to create a custom mobile application from a copy of a JD Edwards EnterpriseOne mobile application archive (MAA) and configure the new custom mobile application to fetch and display additional data from a JD Edwards EnterpriseOne application.
This OBE shows you how to configure your EnterpriseOne Mobile Applications for the Oracle Cloud. All mobile applications require a configuration that points them to the AIS Server for your environment.
The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Order Entry mobile tablet application contains a generic interface for a third-party credit card plug-in and processing device. This document discusses:
JD Edwards business partners may use this documentation for building the third-party hardware and software plug-in. The third-party credit card plug-in must be written for the specific hardware device and for the mobile platform that the device supports (iOS or Android). The Order Entry tablet application will be made available in the Mobile Application Archive (MAA) format for business partners and for customers. Oracle will not be responsible for supporting the plug-in code and the credit card processes.
This document was submitted by WhiteLight Group, an Oracle Gold Partner.
It’s time to get smarter about the way we do business. As we become increasingly connected to the world around us, we have access to new, unexplored data. This new reality in technology referred to as the Internet of Things, is about collecting and managing this data from a rapidly growing network of devices and sensors, processing the data and then sharing it with other connected “things”.