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Below is a list of the most frequently downloaded articles over the previous 3-months, updated daily.

JDEtips Knowledge Express is an online library of hundreds of articles on functional and technical topics. The techniques documented will help you unlock the full power of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and World.

Top 10 Downloads


1. 9.2 System Integrity Reports Quick Reference Guide, Part 3: Accounts Payable
by Sarah Gavin (Category: Financials)
" Ah yes, Integrity Reports! They are fundamental to the success of your JD Edwards installation, and too often are not understood or even ran consistently. This quick reference guide was originally created in 2006 and has been on our Top Ten Download list ever since! Of course there have been many enhancements since 2006 and Sarah does a fabulous job of not only bringing this quick reference guide up to date, but offering some of her best practice suggestions after working with this software for almost 30 years. There is a wealth of information and knowledge bundled up in this little package!


2. Creating Multi-Line Sales Orders from a CSV File
by Cindy Grim (Category: Technical--Orchestrator)
" Having trouble keeping up with new functionality for Orchestrator Studio that comes with each new tools update? Join the crowd! Oh what a ride it has been, but it's so exciting that Oracle continues to enhance this product. Here at JDEtips, we're very happy for this new 'grouped arrays' functionality as it's been a request from many of the students that attend our Orchestrator class. Read on as Cindy Grim lays it out for you in step-by-step detail.


3. Improved Lot and Serial Number Processing
by JDEtips, Inc (Category: Distribution)
" Release 22 is Oracle's new rebranding strategy. Under the covers though, it is still EnterpriseOne E9.2 tools 9.2.6.X. In addition to the enhancements for UDOs and Orchestrator Studio, Release 22 includes some really great features for the applications as well. In the Distribution and Manufacturing suites, multiple lot statuses can now be considered approved, data entry has been streamlined for working with lot numbers and serial numbers, and new flexibility on the use of Lot Dates during requirements planning are just a few of the features that will make your JDE life much more fluid.


4. Inventory Commitments - The Basics
by Jane Perry (Category: Distribution--Inventory)
" Available and committed? In the real world, those two terms are decidedly contradictory. In JD Edwards, it's one of those concepts that can be clear as mud, unless, of course, someone takes the time to clarify things. And Jane Perry is the perfect person to tackle Inventory Availability Commitments. In this article, Jane will explain the terminology involved, review the system setup requirements for commitment processing, test various scenarios, and then wrap it up with a discussion on the Repost Active Sales Order application. Ready to commit now?


5. MRP and DRP Explained
by Susan Penick (Category: Manufacturing - Forecasting / Planning)
" Benefit from the hundreds of hours other clients have spent testing MRP and DRP. Reading this 50 page document will save you many lost days and nights! Sue is a Systems Analyst at Patrick Industries, a JDE client.


6. Running an Orchestration, My Learning Experience with Orchestrator
by Lisa Tran (Category: Technical--Orchestrator)
" Here at JDEtips we don't say "mistakes", we say "learning experiences". What I love about this article is that it is written by a user who wants to share her real life learning experiences while actually getting her first orchestrations into production. Lisa is a very strong JDE user with exceptional experience, and I can assure you that if she has encountered these learning experiences, other users will too. She offers some great tips on working with your own variables, security records, data conversion (I always thought that field was numeric!), working with the B98ORCH Business Function, the need to restart the AIS server instance. It's all here and more!


7. 9.2 System Integrity Reports Quick Reference Guide, Part 1: General Ledger
by Sarah Gavin (Category: Financials)
" Ah yes, Integrity Reports! They are fundamental to the success of your JD Edwards installation, and too often are not understood or even ran consistently. This quick reference guide was originally created in 2006 and has been on our Top Ten Download list ever since! Of course there have been many enhancements since 2006 and Sarah does a fabulous job of not only bringing this quick reference guide up to date, but offering some of her best practice suggestions after working with this software for almost 30 years. There is a wealth of information and knowledge bundled up in this little package! Watch for Quick Reference Guides to other modules coming in future publications of KE.


8. An Overview of the DRP/MPS/MRP Planning Process with Gotchas That Lurk
by Terry Horner (Category: Manufacturing - Forecasting / Planning)
" At JDEtips, we love gotchas. Terry Horner is a solid manufacturing consultant who has found many gotchas along the way. In this article, he gives us an overview of the planning processes for DRP, MPS, and DRP. He describes the behavior of the various planning levels, gives us some tips on how to best use them, then, as promised, provides the gotchas. And if you thought "time fencing" was just a buzz word, don't stop reading until you get to the section where he explains how to improve the validity and stability of your DRP/MPS/MRP messages and to reduce the "nervousness" of your messages through fence policies and procedures.


9. A Night at the Theater-JDE Scrum Idea Pt 2
by Mark Fairbanks with Jonnel Tenorio (Category: Project Management and CIO Corner)
" Have you ever been involved in an implementation or upgrade project? It can be the best of times, or it can be the worst of times! What is often missing in the worst-of-times experience, is a rock-solid project management methodology. Sounds simple, right? 'Agile' is a project management methodology that was formally launched in 2001. 'Scrum' is the framework with the end goal of building processes. The authors of this fun and easy-to-read article have years of implementation and upgrade experience utilizing the Agile Scrum concepts.


10. Automate with Orchestrator! Executing and Emailing Reports Automatically
by Cindy Grim (Category: Technical--Orchestrator)
" We love it when we can answer clients' questions in our articles, especially when they are written by a subject matter expert like Cindy! This is a very real and desirable use case for Orchestrator, and after this read you will not only be able to automate the execution and emailing of a report, but you will also learn the steps to trigger the orchestration using a Form Extension on an E1 application.