Objectives: In this course you will expand your ERW knowledge by exploring topics such as Table Design, Business View Design, Table I/O, Processing Option Design, Batch Events, and Business Functions Event Rules Debugger.
Prerequisites: Several months of experience actually creating UBE's in a work environment. Do not enter this class immediately after taking the Report Writing - Beginner class, without working experience.
Who Should Attend
Project team members, IT staff, and Report Writing Developers of all modules.
For more information regarding registration, administration, or concerns, please email Lori.Stone#, Training Coordinator, or call her at 1.877.832.2594 ext 150.
"The instructor was great, she never missed a beat, she was considerate of all training levels and made sure we were all taken care of at our own speeds. She was awesome!" - A. Block, Titan Machinery
JDEtips courses are taught by master level consultants with a minimum of 10 years experience implementing and supporting JD Edwards. They bring a wealth of knowledge and real life applications to help you develop new skills.
Classroom: Group-Live, Instructor-led classroom training with hands-on exercises and one workstation per student. Group Internet-Based: Attend virtually from the comfort of your own location.
This course is designed for power users to gain an in-depth understanding of report writing. You will learn the basics of working with OMW, how to create simple reports and an introduction to event rules. If you attend the optional days, you will learn the features of Financial Report Writer and advanced report writing features.
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.
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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
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