Enterprise Report Writer II
|Length||6-8 Half Days (Optional: 2 half days for BI Publisher) | Course Outline|
|When is this Class?||Virtual only (10:00 am ET-2:00 pm ET, Tue-Fri & Mon-Thu) Apr 10-19, 2018|
|Price (details)||$2550 (6 Half Days) or $3400 (8 Half Days)|
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|Who Should Attend||Project team members, IT staff, and ERW Developers of all modules.|
|Delivery||Group Internet-Based: Attend virtually from the comfort of your own location. Details|
|Prerequisites||Several months of experience actually creating UBE's in a work environment. Do not enter this class immediately after taking the ERW I class, without working experience.|
|Advanced Preparation||Virtual environment system connection test of approximately 10 minutes. Detailed instructions included as part of the registration process.|
(for CPE credit only, NASBA field of study is Computer Software & Applications)
|Private Onsite Training||Host this course at your company as Private Onsite Training.|
|For more information regarding registration, administration, or concerns, please contact Lori Stone, Training Coordinator, at 1.877.832.2594 ext 150 or Lori.Stone at JDEtips dot com.|
JDEtips, Inc. is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.
Attendees learn table and business view design, table I/O, processing option design, batch event processing, conditional sections, custom smart fields, and how to define the data structure and named mapping. Students will also work with report interconnections, event rules debugger, and existing business functions.
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