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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 [...]

Think JD Edwards is Dead? Think Again, INFOCUS Proves It’s Thriving

For those of you who were lucky enough to attend INFOCUS in Denver, CO, earlier this month, you were able to witness firsthand that JD Edwards is continuing to thrive. From educational sessions and networking opportunities, to a jam packed vendor showcase and super sessions, the JD Edwards community gathered once again to discover and […]

Upgrade, Innovate and Compete

Guest Blogger: Ward Quarles, Director Product Management/Strategy, Oracle There is a great line from a Woody Allen movie about sharks having to constantly move forward or they die—a clever metaphor for a dying relationship. The metaphor however is also applicable to businesses. If organizations stop moving forward, growing, or adapting, they too can struggle to survive. Instead […]

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 […]

Subsystem Jobs in a Wait State

Recently during an audit of a client’s system that had just gone live on JDE 9.1, I discovered there were 22,000 records in the F986113 on a waiting state (screenshot below). The client had not complained about UBEs not running and I had not found any subsystem jobs setup during the initial investigation of the […]

Adventures in OBIEE Upgrade Land: Quirks and Workarounds — Episode I

’Tis the season — what season you may ask? Why, the season filled with the joys of OBIEE 11g upgrades to the latest version, of course! Well, it’s that season for me anyway… Lately my brain has been inundated once again with all things pertaining to the fun minutiae that may or may not break […]