About Miraj Ali

Miraj is a consultant within the Enterprise Systems - JD Edwards practice of Smartbridge.

Active Content EnterpriseOne Pages: An Enhanced Look at Your User Experience (Part 2)

By | September 23, 2016|Categories: ERP / JD Edwards|

Get caught up by reading Part 1 here first. Upon connecting the page and the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne environment via AIS, an organization can determine various use cases for which the page layouts [...]

Active Content EnterpriseOne Pages: An Enhanced Look at Your User Experience (Part 1)

By | September 19, 2016|Categories: ERP / JD Edwards|

Across the industry, we are seeing an increased need and emphasis on the user experience. Users are instantly attracted to design that allows them to navigate websites and applications with ease. For JD Edwards Users, [...]

Page Composer: A Liberation for JD Edwards Users (Part 4)

By | August 17, 2016|Categories: ERP / JD Edwards|

Gathering Intel For JD Edwards EnterpriseOne users, Page Composer will open doors to other avenues. Users have control on what content their pages should contain. In doing so, users have the ability to become [...]

Page Composer: A Liberation for JD Edwards Users (Part 3)

By | August 3, 2016|Categories: ERP / JD Edwards|

The Driving Force Freedom gained through liberation opens many doors. Doors open in this case for users to spend time saved towards other tasks. What once might have seemed a distant dream, is now [...]

Page Composer: A Liberation for JD Edwards Users (Part 2)

By | July 25, 2016|Categories: ERP / JD Edwards|

Organized Freedom As a feature of the new categorization of User Defined Objects (UDOs), Composed Pages created with Page Composer can be shared with users across a JD Edwards environment. With freedom, there must [...]

Page Composer: A Liberation for JD Edwards Users (Part 1)

By | July 18, 2016|Categories: ERP / JD Edwards|

When you think of EnterpriseOne Pages, you are reminded of the grueling process involved in the creation and maintenance of a key feature in JD Edwards. Look at all that code below and tell me [...]

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