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Collaborate 19 Highlights

First off, let me say what a nice change on the venue; San Antonio offered a very good setting to host Collaborate 19. Everything was contained within a reasonable walking distance and I believe everyone enjoyed the scenery change! Following the pattern of previous conferences, Collaborate 19 offered 250+ JD Edwards education tracks, so there were plenty of sessions to choose from depending on specific path.

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.

Databrowser Security – Part II – The 9.1 Remix

So, way back last year (okay, just a few weeks ago), Chris wrote Part 1 of this blog, and promised a Part 2 with a 9.1 workaround for the same problem. To recap – a client wanted to grant access via Databrowser to just a few tables for a role. We knew we couldn’t use object level security, as that would completely limit that user in all of E1 to just those few tables. In the first part of this blog – I’ll pause here in case you want to go re-read – Chris talked about how to accomplish this in 9.2 with UDO View security. But there are still E1 customers on 9.1, so how could they accomplish something similar without the cool UDO features you get in 9.2?

Updating the JDK? Watch for Changes to Encryption!

It’s a good thing to keep up with the latest security updates that have been made with the Java JDK over the last few years, but sometimes it’s easy to just leave it alone if it’s working fine until that audit comes around and you’re forced upgrade your JDK.  If you are moving from an [...]

Highlights: JDE E1 Applications Release 9.2 Update 3

ERP Notification Enhancements - Delivered Notifications JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Notifications enable you to stay connected with critical conditions and events that occur continuously throughout the enterprise. These notifications can be pushed to subscribers even when they are not actively using EnterpriseOne, raising awareness of the situation and enabling them to act upon them using application [...]

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 [...]