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In addition to the public courses listed on our website, our instructors are available to provide customized training that will meet the needs of your project. Contact Sales# to see what is right for your company's training needs.

Our courses are intended for new users, business analysts, and IT support who require a detailed knowledge of the JD Edwards functionality.

Please note: If you do not have experience with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, a prerequisite to all our courses is the Common Foundation class.


Click on a category to expand the list of classes for each section.

Cross Functional

Course Title Description / Table of Contents Audience (not limited to)
9.2 User Interface - Common Foundation This course is an introduction to navigating in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. You will learn how to work with menus, reports, grids, enhanced queries, watch lists, CafeOne, Data Browser, UDOs and more. View TOC • Newbies to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.
Orchestrator This course is being developed and the first class will be held late summer 2019. Join our waiting list to be notified when the course is scheduled. • Business Analysts, Security Analysts, and Developers
Working with UDOs This course is the first in a series to teach you the fundamentals of working with and managing UDOs. This is a hands-on course where you will have the opportunity to build Queries, Grid Formats, CafeOne Layouts, Watchlists, Composed Pages, Images, Form Personalization, Form Extensions and E1 Searches as well as discuss the advantages and disadvantages to each UDO. Courses that will build on this knowledge are One View Reporting, Orchestrator and UDO Security. View TOC • Business Analysts, Security Analysts, and Developers

Common Foundation

This course is an introduction to navigating in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. You will learn how to work with menus, reports, grids, enhanced queries, watch lists, CafeOne, Data Browser, UDOs and more. View TOC

Orchestrator

This course is being developed and the first class will be held late summer 2019. Join our waiting list to be notified when the course is scheduled.

Working with UDOs

This course is the first in a series to teach you the fundamentals of working with and managing UDOs. This is a hands-on course where you will have the opportunity to build Queries, Grid Formats, CafeOne Layouts, Watchlists, Composed Pages, Images, Form Personalization, Form Extensions and E1 Searches as well as discuss the advantages and disadvantages to each UDO. Courses that will build on this knowledge are One View Reporting, Orchestrator and UDO Security. View TOC

Deep Dive Workshops

Course Title Description / Table of Contents Audience (not limited to)
Allocations Workshop In this deep dive workshop you will learn which of the three allocation types is the correct solution for your organization, whether that is one method, a combination of two methods, or even all three. View TOC • Auditors
• Accountants
• Business Analysts
Cost Roll Ups Workshop In this deep dive workshop you will learn how to simulate and freeze costs for new items and to re-cost all or a subset of items on a periodic basis. View TOC • Accountants
• Plant Accountants
• System Analysts
• Shop Floor Managers
• Business Analysts
Multicurrency Workshop In this deep dive workshop you will explore the most frequently used multicurrency applications and processes including realized gain/loss, unrealized gain/loss and the different restatement applications in JD Edwards. View TOC • Auditors
• Accountants
• Business Analysts
Procure To Invoice Workshop In this cross-modular, deep dive workshop you will gain knowledge of the entire procure to invoice process. This includes configuration required for purchase orders, various ways to receive in JDE, tips on setting up AP for invoicing and what to do when it doesn't go as planned. View TOC • Accounts Payable Analysts
• Procurement Analysts
• Staff Accountants
• Auditors
• Business Analysts
Work Orders and Variances Workshop In this deep dive workshop you will explore the various methods available in JD Edwards for closing work orders including work order financial reporting and multiple variances. View TOC • Accountants
• Plant Accountants
• System Analysts
• Shop Floor Managers
• Business Analysts

Allocations Workshop

In this deep dive workshop you will learn which of the three allocation types is the correct solution for your organization, whether that is one method, a combination of two methods, or even all three. View TOC

Cost Roll Ups Workshop

In this deep dive workshop you will learn how to simulate and freeze costs for new items and to re-cost all or a subset of items on a periodic basis. View TOC

Multicurrency Workshop

In this deep dive workshop you will explore the most frequently used multicurrency applications and processes including realized gain/loss, unrealized gain/loss and the different restatement applications in JD Edwards. View TOC

Work Orders and Variances Workshop

In this deep dive workshop you will explore the various methods available in JD Edwards for closing work orders including work order financial reporting and multiple variances. View TOC

Development

Course Title Description / Table of Contents Audience (not limited to)
Introduction to Developer 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. View TOC • Developers new to EnterpriseOne.
Accelerated Developer - Beginner In this course you will learn how to create simple to moderately complex interactive applications. You will gain a working knowledge of Objects of Interactive Development, OMW, UDCs, Data Dictionary. At the end of this course you will also understand Table Design Aid, Business View Design Aid, Form Design Aid (FDA), Debug Interactive Application, Asynchronous Processing and Processing Options. View TOC • Developers new to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.
Accelerated Developer - Advanced In this course you will learn how to create, test, modify and debug business functions and create interactive applications that interact with a master business function and cache. You will have a working knowledge of topics such as Business Functions, Data Structures Design Aid, how to create and code C Business Functions, how to create and code NER Business Functions, how to debug C code, use Power Form & Sub forms, Cache and MBFs. View TOC • Developers who have completed the Accelerated Developer Beginner training or have the equivalent experience.
BI Publisher You will learn how to use the integrated BI Publisher that ships with EnterpriseOne to produce XML output that is then loaded into a Microsoft Word Add-in. You will receive instructions on how to use the template design tool that includes working with Pivot Tables, Charts, Repeating Groups, Conditional Formats and Regions. You will be provided in depth methodology and best practices for design. You will also gain an understanding of advanced functionality such as Bursting and Auto Emailing. View TOC • Business Analysts
• Power Users
• Developers
• Those Responsible for building Customer-Facing Documents
Report Writing - Beginner This course is designed for power users to gain an in-depth understanding of RDA (Report Design Aid). 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 advanced RDA topics (optional Days 7-8) and Financial Report Writer (optional Days 9-10). View TOC • Business Analysts
• Power Users
• Those supporting ERW
Report Writing - Advanced In this course you will expand your Report Writing knowledge by exploring topics such as Table Design, Business View Design, Table I/O, Processing Option Design, Batch Events, Business Functions Event Rules Debugger and an optional introduction to BI Publisher. View TOC • Project Team Members
• IT Staff
• ERW Developers of all modules
Additionally, the following courses are available as custom, private classes with content tailored to your needs:

          • Financial Report Writer (FRW)
          • FASTR

Request a quote by emailing Sales#.

Introduction to Developer

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. View TOC

Accelerated Developer - Beginner

In this course, you will learn how to create simple to moderately complex interactive applications. You will gain a working knowledge of Objects of Interactive Development, OMW, UDCs, Data Dictionary. At the end of this course you will also understand Table Design Aid, Business View Design Aid, Form Design Aid (FDA), Debug Interactive Application, Asynchronous Processing and Processing Options. View TOC

Accelerated Developer - Advanced

At the end of this course you will understand how to create, test, modify and debug business functions and create interactive applications that interact with a master business function and cache. You will have a working knowledge of topics such as Business Functions, Data Structures Design Aid, how to create and code C Business Functions, how to create and code NER Business Functions, how to debug C code, use Power Form & Sub forms, Cache and MBFs. View TOC

BI Publisher

You will learn how to use the integrated BI Publisher that ships with EnterpriseOne to produce XML output that is then loaded into a Microsoft Word Add-in. You will receive instructions on how to use the template design tool that includes working with Pivot Tables, Charts, Repeating Groups, Conditional Formats and Regions. You will be provided in depth methodology and best practices for design. You will also gain an understanding of advanced functionality such as Bursting and Auto Emailing. View TOC

Report Writing - Beginner

This course is designed for power users to gain an in-depth understanding of RDA (Report Design Aid). 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 advanced RDA topics (optional Days 7-8) and Financial Report Writer (optional Days 9-10). View TOC

Report Writing - Advanced

In this course you will expand your Report Writing knowledge by exploring topics such as Table Design, Business View Design, Table I/O, Processing Option Design, Batch Events, Business Functions Event Rules Debugger and an optional introduction to BI Publisher. View TOC

Additionally, the following courses are available as custom, private classes with content tailored to your needs:

  • Financial Report Writer (FRW)
  • FASTR

Request a quote by emailing Sales#.

Distribution

Course Title Description / Table of Contents Audience (not limited to)
Advanced Pricing This course is a complete review of the Advanced Pricing functionality in JD Edwards. You will learn how to set up Price Schedules, Adjustments, Hierarchies and Price Details. You will gain a working knowledge of how to work with rebates, free goods, order and basket repricing and line level changes. View TOC • Pricing Manager
• Pricing Coordinator
• Customer Service Manager
• IT Project Manager
• Business Analysts
Inventory Management This course is a complete review of the Inventory Management process in JD Edwards. You will learn how to set up Inventory Management (including AAIs and UDCs), enter Inventory Transactions, perform Inventory Inquiries, print Reports and understand Category Codes. You will gain a working knowledge of advanced processes including Bulk Inventory, Lot Processing, Container Management, Physical inventories, Global Updates and Stock Reconciliation and Integrity. View TOC • Operations Managers
• Auditors
• Planners
• Inventory Specialists
• Business Analysts
Procurement This course is a complete review of the procurement application in JD Edwards. You will gain a working knowledge of how to set up procurement, work with Purchase Order generation, Purchase Order processing for Inventory and Non-Inventory purchases, Receiving and Matching, Approval Routing and Supplier Analysis. View TOC • Operations Managers
• Planners
• Inventory Specialists
• Business Analysts
Sales Order This course is a complete review of the order-to-cash cycle in JD Edwards. You will gain working knowledge of how to set up Sales Order Management (including preferences and AAIs), manage Supply and Demand, availability management, credit checking, inactivating customers, item restrictions, ship confirm techniques and commissions. View TOC • Customer Service Managers
• Customer Service Reps
• Sales Personnel
• Business Analysts
Additionally, the following courses are available as custom, private classes with content tailored to your needs:

          • Capital Asset Management (CAM)
          • Configurator
          • Customer Service Management (CSMS)
          • EDI
          • Transportation Management
          • Warehouse Management

Request a quote by emailing Sales#.

Advanced Pricing

This course is a complete review of the Advanced Pricing functionality in JD Edwards. You will learn how to set up Price Schedules, Adjustments, Hierarchies and Price Details. You will gain a working knowledge of how to work with rebates, free goods, order and basket repricing and line level changes. View TOC

Inventory Management

This course is a complete review of the Inventory Management process in JD Edwards. You will learn how to set up Inventory Management (including AAIs and UDCs), enter Inventory Transactions, perform Inventory Inquiries, print Reports and understand Category Codes. You will gain a working knowledge of advanced processes including Bulk Inventory, Lot Processing, Container Management, Physical inventories, Global Updates and Stock Reconciliation and Integrity. View TOC

Procurement

This course is a complete review of the procurement application in JD Edwards. You will gain a working knowledge of how to set up procurement, work with Purchase Order generation, Purchase Order processing for Inventory and Non-Inventory purchases, Receiving and Matching, Approval Routing and Supplier Analysis. View TOC

Sales Order

This course is a complete review of the order-to-cash cycle in JD Edwards. You will gain working knowledge of how to set up Sales Order Management (including preferences and AAIs), manage Supply and Demand, availability management, credit checking, inactivating customers, item restrictions, ship confirm techniques and commissions. View TOC

Additionally, the following courses are available as custom, private classes with content tailored to your needs:

  • Capital Asset Management (CAM)
  • Configurator
  • Customer Service Management (CSMS)
  • EDI
  • Transportation Management
  • Warehouse Management

Request a quote by emailing Sales#.

Financials

Course Title Description / Table of Contents Audience (not limited to)
Introduction to Financials This course is an overview of the financial applications in JD Edwards. You will be exposed to the typical financial processes in a month gaining a base knowledge of how the financial applications work together in JD Edwards. View TOC • Auditors
• Accountants
• CFOs
• Controllers
• Business Analysts
Accounts Payable This course is a complete review of the Procure to Pay cycle in JD Edwards. You will gain a working knowledge of how to set up A/P (including AAIs), work with various voucher types, payment processes, reporting and analytics and advanced topics (EDI, EFT and Batch Processing). View TOC • AP Managers and Staff
• Accountants
• Business Analysts
Accounts Receivable This course is a complete review of the Order to Cash Receipt process in JD Edwards. You will gain working knowledge of how to set up A/R (including AAIs), work with various invoice types, receipt processing, draft processing, deductions, credit and collections, customer notifications, reporting and analytics. View TOC • AR Managers and Staff
• Accountants
• Business Analysts
Fixed Assets This course is a complete review of the acquisition to disposal process in JD Edwards. You will gain working knowledge of the set up daily, periodic and annual processing, data integrity between the F/A ledger and the G/L and depreciation rules. View TOC • Auditors
• Accountants
• Business Analysts
General Accounting (G/L) This course is a complete review of how the General Ledger is set up in JD Edwards. You will gain a working knowledge of company set up, Journal Entry Processing, Allocations, Reconciliations, Budgeting, Consolidations, Multi-currency, Reporting, the Period Closing Processes, Organizational Changes and the 52-Period Accounting process. View TOC • Auditors
• Accountants
• Business Analysts
Additionally, the following courses are available as custom, private classes with content tailored to your needs:

          • Advanced Cost Accounting
          • Job Cost
          • Service/Contract Billing
          • Time and Expense Management
          • Time and Labor

Request a quote by emailing Sales#.

Introduction to Financials

This course is an overview of the financial applications in JD Edwards. You will be exposed to the typical financial processes in a month gaining a base knowledge of how the financial applications work together in JD Edwards. View TOC

Accounts Payable

This course is a complete review of the Procure to Pay cycle in JD Edwards. You will gain a working knowledge of how to set up A/P (including AAIs), work with various voucher types, payment processes, reporting and analytics and advanced topics (EDI, EFT and Batch Processing). View TOC

Accounts Receivable

This course is a complete review of the Order to Cash Receipt process in JD Edwards. You will gain working knowledge of how to set up A/R (including AAIs), work with various invoice types, receipt processing, draft processing, deductions, credit and collections, customer notifications, reporting and analytics. View TOC

Fixed Assets

This course is a complete review of the acquisition to disposal process in JD Edwards. You will gain working knowledge of the set up daily, periodic and annual processing, data integrity between the F/A ledger and the G/L and depreciation rules. View TOC

General Accounting (G/L)

This course is a complete review of how the General Ledger is set up in JD Edwards. You will gain a working knowledge of company set up, Journal Entry Processing, Allocations, Reconciliations, Budgeting, Consolidations, Multi-currency, Reporting, the Period Closing Processes, Organizational Changes and the 52-Period Accounting process. View TOC

Additionally, the following courses are available as custom, private classes with content tailored to your needs:

  • Advanced Cost Accounting
  • Job Cost
  • Service/Contract Billing
  • Time and Expense Management
  • Time and Labor

Request a quote by emailing Sales#.

HR / Payroll

Human Resources and Payroll courses are available as custom, private classes with content tailored to your needs.

Request a quote by emailing Sales#.

Human Resources and Payroll courses are available as custom, private classes with content tailored to your needs.
Request a quote by emailing Sales#.

Manufacturing

Course Title Description / Table of Contents Audience (not limited to)
Manufacturing I This course is a complete review of the Manufacturing applications in JD Edwards. You will gain a working knowledge of how to set up Manufacturing, Item/Master and Item/Branch set up, Product Definition, Shop Floor Management, basic MRP, Bills of Materials, Routings and Work Orders. View TOC • Operations Managers
• Master Schedulers
• Production Personnel
• Accountants
• Planners
• Procurement Specialists
• Business Analysts
Manufacturing Accounting In this course you will learn how to accurately cost and account for various cost components, learn how to reconcile the WIP clearing account, book variances by product to support product profitability analysis, sort out sources of variances, and automatically account for non-standard production activities such as rework, teardowns, and R&D pilot runs. The course also covers Actual Costing for manufacturing. View TOC • Planners/Buyers
• Operations Managers
• Business Analysts
Manufacturing Planning This course is a complete review of the Manufacturing Planning applications in JD Edwards. You will gain a working knowledge of how to set up and use PDM, Procurement, Shop Floor, Forecasting, Production Planning, Multi-Plant Distribution Planning, Master Scheduling, Capacity Planning, Material Requirements Planning, and more. View TOC • IT Managers
• Operations Managers
• Production Control Planners
• Planners/Buyers
• Materials Managers
• Business Analysts
Request a quote by emailing Sales#.

Manufacturing I

This course is a complete review of the Manufacturing applications in JD Edwards. You will gain a working knowledge of how to set up Manufacturing, Item/Master and Item/Branch set up, Product Definition, Shop Floor Management, basic MRP, Bills of Materials, Routings and Work Orders. View TOC

Manufacturing Accounting

In this course you will learn how to accurately cost and account for various cost components, learn how to reconcile the WIP clearing account, book variances by product to support product profitability analysis, sort out sources of variances, and automatically account for non-standard production activities such as rework, teardowns, and R&D pilot runs. The course also covers Actual Costing for manufacturing. View TOC

Manufacturing Planning

This course is a complete review of the Manufacturing Planning applications in JD Edwards. You will gain a working knowledge of how to set up and use PDM, Procurement, Shop Floor, Forecasting, Production Planning, Multi-Plant Distribution Planning, Master Scheduling, Capacity Planning, Material Requirements Planning, and more. View TOC

>Request a quote by emailing Sales#.

Technical

Course Title Description / Table of Contents Audience (not limited to)
CNC An overview of the concepts and system administration of EnterpriseOne, based on the Applications release. After completing this course you will be able to do basic systems administration including package builds, security changes, batch job setup, OCM changes, data dictionary additions, INI file changes, and troubleshooting. View TOC • System Administrators
• New E1 Technical Users
• Network Administrators
Security This class will cover basic JDE setup and EnterpriseOne Security concepts, based on the Applications release. After completing this course you will be able to do basic JDE E1 security functions including: user/role creation; application, action code, row, column, processing options and data selection security maintenance; maintenance of favorites and fast path as well as running security reports. View TOC • Power Users
• E1 Technical Users
• Those Responsible for JDE Security
Additionally, the following courses are available as custom, private classes with content tailored to your needs:

          • User Productivity Kit (UPK)
          • System Administration
          • Workflow

Request a quote by emailing Sales#.

CNC

An overview of the concepts and system administration of EnterpriseOne, based on the Applications release. After completing this course you will be able to do basic systems administration including package builds, security changes, batch job setup, OCM changes, data dictionary additions, INI file changes, and troubleshooting. View TOC

Security

This class will cover basic JDE setup and EnterpriseOne Security concepts, based on the Applications release. After completing this course you will be able to do basic JDE E1 security functions including: user/role creation; application, action code, row, column, processing options and data selection security maintenance; maintenance of favorites and fast path as well as running security reports. View TOC

Additionally, the following courses are available as custom, private classes with content tailored to your needs:

  • User Productivity Kit (UPK)
  • System Administration
  • Workflow

Request a quote by emailing Sales#.

About JDEtips Training
Who Should Attend?

Unless otherwise indicated, our courses are intended for new users, business analysts and IT support who require a detailed knowledge of the JD Edwards functionality. If you do not have experience with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, we suggest you attend the Common Foundation course prior to attending a functional course.

About JDEtips Courses

JDEtips courses are applicable to all types of business, emphasizing real world, time tested solutions for the challenges faced by your project or company. We feature hands-on exercises that are fully documented in the manual provided. The manual is used during class and an excellent reference tool as you continue to learn how you will use JD Edwards at your organization.

Course Objectives

The objective of every JDEtips course is that you will gain a solid understanding of the application to empower you to:

  • Choose the appropriate set up for your organization.
  • Maintain the application and adjust to your ever-changing business needs.
  • Troubleshoot any issues you may encounter.

Instructors

All JDEtips courses are taught by mastery 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.