Enhancements within JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools 9.2
Depending on the release level, a multitude of technical enhancements and improvements are available. For more information on the latest tools release (Click Here)
JDE has been around for a while, longer than many of us. It was originally based on a 32-bit architecture, but Oracle has since released upgrades that allow JDE users to harness the power of a 64-bit architecture. Some of the improvements include:
User-Defined Object (UDOs)
9.2 empowers users allowing them to create and customize their own objects. These customizations can be user-specific or shared with others. This alleviates the constant need for developers to code and customize existing objects based on individuals’ preferences and allows them to focus on higher-value tasks.
Customers can use Orchestrator to consume data from “things” like sensors on a wide variety of devices, transforming the data into actionable business processes in JD Edwards.
Embedded BI Publisher
BI Publisher reduces the high cost of producing, customizing, and maintaining business documents. It provides a full range of reporting capabilities, including charts, formulas, watermarks, and graphics. Using a set of familiar desktop tools, users can create and maintain their own report formats based on data extracts from JD Edwards EnterpriseOne reports.
One View Reporting Foundation
Enables end-users to create and run personalized reports directly from JD Edwards applications.
Application Interface Server
The AIS server provides a JSON over REST interface to applications and forms through the HTML server. The AIS server exposes this interface to enable secure communication. Secure Session Balancing is a recent enhancement that improves the scalability and fault tolerance by session balancing among multiple AIS servers. By reducing the load on the AIS server, there is optimal session distribution across all AIS servers.