The Orchestrator Studio provides a web-based user interface to create logic extensions. Using logic extensions, you can create business logic to perform operations such as string manipulation, arithmetic calculations, conditions, loops, and even table I/O. You can also create form control extensions to show/hide, enable/disable, and highlight controls on a form. Using the logic extensibility framework, you can use the familiar capabilities of JD Edwards Named Event Rules to create custom logic. The logic extensions component can be added as a step in the orchestration or called directly from a form extension.
Logic extensions are created and managed as user-defined objects (UDOs), and therefore they inherit all the lifecycle management and security capabilities of the UDO framework. Logic extensions are ready to run immediately as part of an orchestration.
In this learning path you will learn how to:
Quick Tour: Logic Extensions: No-Code Way to Get the Job Done Quickly!Quick Tour for Release 23: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 23 Logic Extensions
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JD Edwards Orchestrator Studio User InterfaceThe user interface for the JD Edwards Orchestrator Studio is constantly evolving. As a result, the screenshots depicted in this learning path may not exactly coincide with the current release but the functionality remains the same.This learning path is routinely updated for functional changes to the JD Edwards Orchestrator Studio, at which time any differences in the user interface will be reconciled.
To perform the steps in this learning path, you will need: