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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.
Simply speaking, subsystem processing allows a quick-running UBE to be submitted both automatically and repetitively. Subsystems begin by loading environment specs when started and then continually submit subsequent runs of the job. This allows for more efficient processing, as only the UBE logic needs to be executed during all subsequent submissions of the UBE.
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.
Although not officially supported by Oracle, it is a common practice to segregate JDE functional security between production and non-production environments. This is accomplished by creating a copy of Security Workbench table and mapping it to a shared data source other than System for the non-production environments, while keeping the regular table in System data […]
JDE has multiple technical tables where data is stored which have the capacity to become very large. This blog outlines steps for running manual purges on some of these technical tables. Purge Submitted Jobs: R9861101 R9861101 calls the R9861102 which deletes the associated PDF’s from the print queue on the server. R9861101 then deletes the […]
In today’s article, I will be covering a common issue seen with JDBj connection pooling within the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne web client and its most common causes. First, let’s talk high-level details on JDBj connection pooling. This is the internal component that creates, maintains, and cleans up the JDBj connections to the backend database for […]
Ok, so try as I might, I couldn’t get the following approved by our marketing department as our official press release for our Oracle managed services launch: “Like the phoenix rising from the ashes and bursting forth into fiery existence, our Oracle managed service offering was a smoldering notion for a long time waiting dormant […]