In order to upgrade to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2 Tools release you must be on EnterpriseOne Applications release 9.0 or 9.1.
Better management of User Defined Objects (UDOs)
This includes user customized grid formats, Watchlists, OneView reports, queries, composite applications, and E1 pages. The new Tools release provides an easy-to-use management process to review, approve, and deploy the user defined objects, empowering the users and reducing IT overhead. Here’s the tutorial on this new process, which utilizes the new web-based OMW (Object management workbench).
10 character user ID and password restriction is removed!
Yes, finally in 2015, we can have JD Edwards user IDs and passwords with a length greater than 10 characters. Although this seems like it may be a minor enhancement, many customers who want to integrate JD Edwards user ID/passwords with LDAP have faced the challenge of changing IDs and password to meet these restrictions – a very tedious process. With this restriction gone, integration to LDAP has become much easier.