Objectives: In this course, you will learn how to create simple to moderately complex interactive applications. You will gain a working knowledge of Objects of Interactive Development, OMW, UDCs, Data Dictionary. At the end of this course you will also understand Table Design Aid, Business View Design Aid, Form Design Aid (FDA), Debug Interactive Application, Asynchronous Processing and Processing Options.
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of JD Edwards E1 Navigation.
Who Should Attend
New users of (and IT staff responsible for supporting) JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Development.
For more information regarding registration, administration, or concerns, please email Lori.Stone#, Training Coordinator, or call her at 1.877.832.2594 ext 150.
Group Internet-Based: Attend virtually from the comfort of your own location.
Upon competing this class you will be able to understand how to create, test, modify and debug business functions and create interactive applications that interact with a master business function and cache. We'll cover more advanced development concepts such as Business Function Overview, Data Structures Design Aid, Create and Code C Business Function, Create and Code NER Business Function, Debugging C Code, Power Form & Subforms, Cache, and Master Business Functions.
This course is a review of both Interactive and batch development. You will gain a clear understanding of the development cycle within JD Edwards, Batch development (RDA) for ERW, interactive development (FDA) for designing forms. Topics include Data Dictionary, OMW, naming conventions, Table Data and the Development Toolset.
This class covers the basic concepts and system administration of EnterpriseOne, based on the 9.2 Applications release. After completing this course you will be able to do basic systems administration including: package builds, security changes, batch job setup, OCM changes, data dictionary additions, INI file changes, and troubleshooting.
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