JD Edwards EnterpriseOne UX One provides an intuitive interface that enables users in specific roles to perform their day-to-day tasks efficiently. UX One is delivered with several pre-configured user roles. Each UX One role has security access to several user defined objects (UDOs) that are related to that role, such as composed EnterpriseOne pages, analytic components, watchlists, and queries. Therefore, to set up and implement UX One, it is important that you identify the roles and associated components.
For this learning path, we will use the Requisition Manager role as an example, but you can apply these steps to any of the other UX One roles.
For detailed descriptions of the UX One roles, see the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications UX One Roles User Guide.
In this learning path, you will learn how to:
UX One includes restricted use licenses. The following licenses are not required for UX One:
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.
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For this learning path, you need the following prerequisites:
In addition to the preceding prerequisites, you need the following prerequisites if you wish to complete the optional last module on developing your own JET applications or extending ADF applications:
Other reference materials that provide guidance on the architectural requirements for UX One are: