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Finding Differences Between UDCs (SQL Commands)

When comparing an individual or small number of UDC values between environments it will be easiest to use the Work With User Defined Codes application (P0004A). However, in order to ensure that your UDCs are in sync between environments, it may be best to use SQL.

How to Find the Elusive WSDL URLs in WebLogic

Have you ever had a need to test a BSSV server or respond to a request for a WSDL/End Point? See the steps to follow in the WebLogic Admin Console to get this information and test the WSDL End Point.

New Server Manager Features in 9.2

The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Server Manager has always been an effective operational & technology tool. Historically speaking however, many customers & business partners have felt the need to supplement what is provided with more advanced capabilities. Recently, Oracle has introduced several valuable new features that are available at Release Level 9.2. Collectively, they serve to noticeably enhance an administrator’s ability to proactively manage, monitor & diagnose server-related issues.

Impact Analysis: Useful Tool, or Auditor’s Check Box?

We CNCs have 101 tasks to do every day.  Some of them you WANT to do, and many are ones you HAVE to do.  Generating an Impact Analysis is one of those tasks that is both.  You should have to do it, AND you should want to do it.  In the long run it will save you and your company lots of valuable time and reduce the risks associated with change.

E1 Package Compression: To Use or Not to Use?

What is package compression and why do you care if it is used? I spent my first 7 years as a consultant building packages for one particular client. I built packages for 3 environments two times per day. I discovered three issues in the area of package management: disk space, time, and keeping development clients up to date.

Comparing Specs Using P98780H – Work with Repository History

Repository History is created when you apply an ESU, check an object in, promote an object in OMW, etc. You can access the Repository to get information about all historical actions that have been taken affecting object specifications. For this example, after application of an ESU, errors were being received that indicated there was a problem with the structure of one of the JDE tables. The ESU was reapplied using Force Merge for this object, but the error remained. In order to verify that specs were updated by application of the ESU, P98780H was used to export objects and compare them.

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 […]

OBIEE 12c “uploadrpd” Lesson Learned from the School of Hard Knocks…

One of the more baffling (and initially troubling!) issues we encountered after our first OBIEE 12c upgrades to 12.2.1.1 and later was a mysterious issue of the new “uploadrpd” function. It was basically making scrambled eggs out of the RPD we intended to upload… We were doing some tests by updating connection pool settings in […]