UX One is a modern UI design that represents a fundamental shift in how users access and consume information. UX One includes a set of role-based content, which can be utilized out of the box, and UDO frameworks needed for adapting and personalizing that content. The UX One role-based content, available for more than 50 roles, includes UDOs such as advanced queries, landing pages, One View watchlists, analytic components, springboards, list view grid formats, form personalization, and CafeOne layouts.
In this learning path, you will learn what UX One is and how to work with UDOs. You will follow an example to plan and create a new UX One landing page using existing delivered content. Last, you will practice creating a simplified form for an EnterpriseOne application.
Specifically, you will learn how to:
One of the OBEs instructs you to create a new watchlist. Watchlists are licensed as part of OneView Foundation. If your organization is not licensed for OneView Foundation, you can complete all the exercises except the one that instructs you to create a new watchlist. For information on the restricted use licenses, see the UX One FAQ on LearnJDE.
Enroll: Enroll to track your progress. An overall percent complete replaces the Enroll option and each task is marked as complete as you progress through the learning path.
Navigation: Click a topic to view the associated content. When you reach the end of the content, use the arrows at the bottom of the page to move between topics.
Note: New UDOs are continually being added. For this reason, the list of UDOs mentioned in this learning path is not all-inclusive.
For more information about the features described in this learning path, see the following guides and documents: