Below is a list of the most frequently downloaded articles over the previous 3-months, updated daily.
Top 10 Downloads
1. Orchestrator for CNCs - Part 2, Power Tuning the AIS Server for Orchestrator
by Tim McMurdo (Category: Technical--CNC)
" In Part 1 of this two-part series, Tim helped break down the steps needed to bring Orchestrator into your infrastructure and implement Orchestrator Studio. In this latest installment, Tim will explain how to 'power tune' your Orchestrator Studio to optimize the configuration and make it run smoothly. After reading this article, users and Admins alike can begin using this great tool to save time and avoid errors in day-to-day tasks.
2. The Answer is..Supplemental Data - Part 1, New Uses for Older Functionality
by Kris Olson (Category: Cross Functional)
" While it's true that Supplemental Data has been around forever, we've never seen it laid out and explained quite as well as in this article. Kris does a fabulous job of utilizing the newer functionality of UDOs to be very creative and even make up for Supplemental Data's 'lack of elegance'. The use of CafeOne to access Supplemental Data from virtually anywhere within E1 is indeed clever as the inconsistency in what programs can actually access this data has always been a major shortcoming. Kris also offers some excellent tips in setting up the database codes and data types allowing for ease of applying row security on the Supplemental Data.
3. Implementing Orchestrator 9.2.4.x - For CNC Technical Administrators
by Tim McMurdo (Category: Technical--Orchestrator)
" Oracle continues to enhance and invest in Orchestrator Studio. A new version, 18.104.22.168 was released in December 2019 with the latest EnterpriseOne tool set. The latest version was overhauled by Oracle resulting in a different installation process which has been significantly simplified. Thank you, Oracle! This article by Tim McMurdo will help prepare a CNC person to install Orchestrator Studio 9.2.4.x.
4. Orchestrator for CNCs - Part 1, Implementing Orchestrator
by Tim McMurdo (Category: Technical--CNC)
" These days, Orchestrator is definitely the talk of the town--or at least the JDE town. It comes with fantastic functionality, simplifying day-to-day tasks for support and end users alike. But as with all great tools, you must be prepared to do the leg work so you can make the implementation as smooth as possible. So where do you start? From his own personal experiences, Tim McMurdo helps break down the steps required to bring Orchestrator into your infrastructure with detailed instructions on how to implement Orchestrator Studio so that you can start benefiting from this great tool immediately.
5. Using Orchestrator Studio to Automate Lease Entry
by JDEtips, Inc. (Category: Technical--Orchestrator)
" Orchestrator Studio is all the buzz in the JDE world. If you are looking to start using Orchestrator Studio, this article is a great start. With tips that are hard to get from Oracle documentation, Patrick provides detailed instructions on what you need to do to use the tool more effectively, shares tricks like copying inputs by exporting then re-importing, and discusses what can go wrong. Even if you don't use Lease Management, this article is a must read for anyone interested in using Orchestrator Studio.
6. Master Business Functions - Part 1, Master Data MBFs
by Russel Bartunek (Category: Technical)
" Master Business Functions (MBFs) are interactive programs with processing options that are "called" or referenced by other programs. MBFs are shared by many programs so that data management is consistent throughout the system. While JDE contains many MBFs, only a handful are user configurable. It is this category of MBFs which Russ will be focusing on in this article.
7. Lean Procurement - Part 3, Automating Non-Value Activities and Reducing POs
by Bernie Fischette (Category: Distribution--Procurement)
" In this series of articles, Bernie has discussed the Lean concept and how that can be applied to Procurement to save time and increase quality. The initial setup of Procurement and Master Data was discussed in Part 1, and in Part 2 Bernie showed us ways to simplify the item maintenance process and what we can do to increase quality in Procurement. This final installment will focus on automating certain non-value activities with the use of templates as well as some steps to reduce purchase order entry. Go Lean!
8. Service and Contract Billing Overview
by Richard Berry, Klee Associates, Inc. (Category: Service and Contract Billing)
" This 23 page overview is a must-read for many clients. Service/Contract Billing isn't just for services and project firms these days. Many other types of firms can benefit by using these modules for service and warranty work on what they sell.
9. UDOs vs Customization - One Company’s Experience
by Jeanne Robbins (Category: Technical--User Defined Objects)
" Before upgrading to the EnterpriseOne 9.2 Release, one company wondered if the versatility of User Defined Objects (UDOs) could reduce customizations in EnterpriseOne. This article details that company's experience with UDOs and shows what they learned about saving time and improving productivity by using UDOs vs Customization. Read on to see who wins this contest.
10. You Can Do UDOs Part 1--An Introduction to User Defined Objects
by JDEtips, Inc. (Category: Technical--User Defined Objects)
" It is impossible to discuss the future of JD Edwards without discussing User Defined Objects (UDO) and the no-code solutions. If you are like many JD Edwards users, you have probably heard of, and may even be using, functionality like CafeOne and E1 Pages. Perhaps you are using Queries and OneView Reporting, but would like to learn more about the newer features and what they can do for you. This article will explain all UDOs and how they have improved and give examples of when you can use them in your organization.