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Balance Sheet Lessee Accounting

With the advent of FASB and ISAB standards IFRS 16 and ASC 842, respectively, companies must now track leased assets and report long-term lease liabilities on their balance sheet. For more information about each standard, or to determine the criteria for balance sheet vs expense accounting, please review the FASB and IASB standards. To accommodate […]

Top 5 Takeaways from INFOCUS 2018

By Hari Karnati and Sarah Mills If you were at INFOCUS last week, you were most likely consumed with an abundance of JD Edwards education, networking, and a vendor showcase that was buzzing! For those of you who weren’t able to make it to the conference (and for those of you who did, but couldn’t [...]

Outbound Interoperability and R00460 – Playing Detective

Welcome back, Friends of the Cube!  Those of you that have been reading our blog since the beginning may remember a post back in 2014 by my CNC counterpart (and best buddy) Chris Bullock, entitled “Subsystem Jobs in a Wait State”.  Chris had discovered a buildup of subsystem jobs in a customer’s F986113 table, and […]

Ending the Upgrade Merry-Go-Round

If you’ve had your ear to the ground regarding JD Edwards lately, you may have heard the rumblings… building to a buzz… ending in a major announcement at Collaborate 2017 – JD Edwards will be supported by Oracle through at least 2028 for EnterpriseOne and 2025 for World.  Yay!  Hooray!  Three cheers, pop the bubbly, get […]

JD Edwards 9.2 Upgrade Timelines: What Releases and When?

In recent years, Oracle JD Edwards has focused on upgrades, in an effort to encourage customers to “Get to the 9s”. Now, with the General Availability release of EnterpriseOne 9.2 in October 2015, the focus is on upgrade cycles, or continuous upgrade planning. It’s not enough to be “In the 9’s”; it’s now about “Which […]

Planning for Conversions and Dual Maintenance During an Upgrade

When preparing for an upgrade, it’s easy to focus on the big things – the project team, the timeline, the actual cutover – and leave the other, more detailed decisions to be made “on the fly”. However, that inevitably leads to a rushed decision, often made by a single person, and sometimes things can fall […]

The Ten Commandments of a Testing Culture

If your organization is utilizing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, you are most likely thinking about upgrades – preparing for an upgrade, deciding when/how to upgrade, and finally, considering the benefits you’ll gain when you upgrade. Lesson 1 – The Ten Commandments of a Testing Culture: Most folks who have completed a JD Edwards upgrade would agree […]

Feature Authorizations 2 – The Saga Continues

Back in August, the last time someone let me write the EmeraldCube blog, it was a long one.  In fact, that’s a bit of a joke almost everywhere I go: if assigned to write, present, document, etc., I will most assuredly far exceed the designated time allotment or word count.  It’s a blessing and a […]

Feature Authorizations

This week at InFocus, I presented a session titled, “Keys to the Techno-Functional Vault – JDE Resources for New Analysts/Power Users”.  I was so happy to see the response – a full room, all sorts of questions, and people saying, “Thank you!  I NEEDED this.”  I know you did, friend, because I did, too.  Full […]

Your EnterpriseOne Applications: Better, Stronger, Faster

As I took my first tour of duty at the EmeraldCube Collaborate booth a over a month ago, I fielded a lot of questions from JDE friends and colleagues about EmeraldCube Application Managed Services. In those face to face situations, I was able to answer their questions while communicating my enthusiasm about EmeraldCube and our […]