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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.

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 […]

EmeraldCube’s Top 5 Reasons to Attend INFOCUS

We’re counting down the days until the start of INFOCUS, one of the largest industry gatherings for end or power users of JD Edwards. Here are five reasons you should not miss out on this incredible event: Ten EmeraldCube Educational Sessions This year, the EmeraldCube team along with many of our customers, will be presenting [...]

User Defined Objects: They’re Here to Stay

With the release of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2 Tools in October of 2017, there is a new unified life cycle for managing User Defined Objects (UDO). These include the following: Advanced Queries One View Reports One View Watchlists E1 Pages Composite Application Framework (CafeOne) Composed Pages - TR 9.2.0.2 and above Images/Icons – TR 9.2.0.2 [...]

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 […]