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Databrowser Security – Part I

Recently, a client came to me with a request to give temporary databrowser access for just a few tables to a new role that was being created. My first thought – not possible, based on having to setup table security within security workbench to deny access to all tables and grant back access to the [...]

Runtime Features

Our team of JD Edwards experts has compiled this post to take you through setting up and using some of the pre-defined Runtime Features, including Auto Suggest, Change Confirmation and Hover Viewer: Auto Suggest feature enables users to search for and filter text on fields where Auto Suggest is enabled. Auto Suggest searches pre-defined tables and [...]

Tools Release 9.2.3 Highlights

General Availability November 8th, 2018 Highlights Orchestration Enhancements Notification Framework Enhancements Form Extensibility Enhancements UX One Foundation Simplifications 64-bit Enablement Updated Platform Certifications Orchestration Enhancements Launching orchestrations from within EnterpriseOne events. This enhancement provides a new Business Function that launches an orchestration or a notification from within a JDE Event Rule. JD Edwards developers can [...]

Preventing Chaos: Year End Prep NOW

Ah, year end – that special time when JDE users begin to look slightly more stressed than usual, and talk turns to integrities, and closing, and consolidations, and more. If you work in Accounting, then year end is just a part of your regular job or process. You might start stalking the Oracle Support site [...]

Classic and Composed Pages

Classic and Composed Pages provide you with a user-friendly interface from which you can access applications, web pages, interactive graphics, and so much more! It's a basic HTML page where you can include items that enable you to navigate more efficiently and effectively across your JD Edwards system. Classic Pages or E1PAGES, have been around since [...]

Scheduling and Purging Scheduler Jobs

INTRODUCTION: This document is to be used as a reference to create and edit scheduler jobs and includes details on how to make changes to existing jobs by purging existing job scheduler records. P91300 – Job Scheduler application Running batch jobs to create reports requires users to submit them manually, but another alternative is to [...]

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 […]

Dev 101 Part II: Debugging A Business Function In Visual Studio

Hello! In Part I of this blog, we walked through setting up a project in Visual Studio, so a business function can be “Debugged”. Refresher: Debugging is running an app, UBE or Business Function (code) through a tool that allows the developer to see the logic and calculations take place, line by line, in real […]

Highlights: JD Edwards Release 9.2.2.5

The latest release of JD Edwards (9.2.2.5) is packed full of important updates. What does this mean for you? Our team of Oracle Certified Experts has reviewed the enhancements, providing highlights for both User Experience and Tools: User Experience Enhanced UX One Roles: Drilldown Navigation Capabilities on Analytic Components Additional roles and their Analytic Components […]

Dev 101 Part I: Setting Up a Business Function Debugging Session In Visual Studio

As a Senior Managed Services Developer, I find myself in this sort of conversation all the time with my Apps teammates: “Mike, can you figure out why X won’t work?” “I’ll need to run that in debug to be able to see what is going on.” “Can you just look at the code and get […]