JD Edwards Blog Posts

This category includes know-how on Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. We highlight ways to maximize your solution by applying efficient tactics. Our consultants give real-world examples and share their true experiences so you don’t have to start from scratch!

Long Live JDE: How Oracle’s Revamping its Beloved Platform

By | September 3, 2016|Categories: ERP / JD Edwards|Tags: , , |

“The rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated. “ – Oracle JD Edwards If JD Edwards was a living person, I think this quote would best summarize "his" current status. There has been significant buzz [...]

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 [...]

Oracle MAF Under The Hood – Display Images from JD Edwards in a MAF List

By | August 2, 2016|Categories: Enterprise Mobility, ERP / JD Edwards|

In my previous post in this series I discussed how Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF) enables rapid client side development with the help of JDE Mobile Helpers. In order to improve the richness and usability [...]

What Oracle Doesn’t Tell You About the MAF Development Environment Setup

By | August 1, 2016|Categories: Enterprise Mobility, ERP / JD Edwards|

Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF) has proven to a be a robust mobile development platform that enables rapid development of intuitive mobile applications. However, because MAF is only two years old, there exist some underling [...]

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 [...]

Oracle MAF Under The Hood – AIS Client Class Generator

By | July 22, 2016|Categories: Enterprise Mobility, ERP / JD Edwards|

As described in my previous blog post, Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF) has several features that help you easily integrate mobile applications to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne with the help of Application Interfaces Services (AIS) server. [...]

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 [...]

JD Edwards Development & You: Event Rules Compare

By | June 29, 2016|Categories: ERP / JD Edwards|

A Special Tips & Tricks Series View previous articles: Event Rules Debugger JDE Object Browser   Software updates are released to address bugs, enable features and improve functionality. But how do you know exactly what [...]

JD Edwards Feature Spotlight: Object Management Workbench – Web

By | April 8, 2016|Categories: ERP / JD Edwards|

Object Management Workbench – Web (Web OMW) is a new feature included with JD Edwards Tools 9.2. But why should you care? It adds value, or more accurately, cuts out the Configurable Network Computing (CNC) [...]

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