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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. Reducing Risk through Orchestrator
by Kimberly Ulmer (Category: Technical--Orchestrator)
" This article will give you another creative way to use Orchestrator, this time to implement and manage bank account validations, saving yourself time and money as well as reducing fraud.

2. Use Your Favorite UDOs
by Ute Cole (Category: Distribution)
" This article will show you how to work with Blanket Sales Orders as well as how to set up some simple UDOs that can be used to enhance and optimize this out-of-the-box functionality.

3. Creating an E1 Business Function the Easy Way
by Dan Elliott (Category: Development)
" Learn how to create a NER (Business Function) without needing to know traditional C programming. A NER is scripted with the toolset then compiled into C.

4. Outside Operations
by Tim Scott (Category: Manufacturing)
" Understand the steps to set up and maintain outside operations functionality.

5. Increasing Plant Efficiency and Production
by Keith Figgins (Category: Manufacturing)
" Read about this clever solution using standard MRP to create a finite and forward scheduling program for shop floor work orders that will dramatically increase your plant efficiency and production.

6. 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.

7. 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!

8. 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?

9. Maintaining Inventory Master Data - Getting Back to Basics
by Bernie Fischette (Category: Distribution--Inventory)
" In this article, Bernie will review some of the useful tools available to assist users in more easily managing and maintaining their inventory data in EnterpriseOne. He will also explain what you need to know before you use these tools. In addition, Bernie will help you understand what is native to E1, before you purchase unnecessary third-party tools or write custom code.

10. Integrity Reports Quick Reference
by Mark Zinck (Category: Financials)
" This is something JDEtips has wanted to do for a very long time; Mark Zinck simply dropped this in our lap one day recently. We think you will agree that the Integrity Reports Quick Reference he has created is one of the handiest documents you'll ever use. To say more would be simply gilding the proverbial lilly.