To Be Determined / Available Onsite There is also an upcoming class starting 12/11/2023. View details
8 Half Days (12:00 PM-4:00 PM ET, Tue-Fri & Mon-Thu)
Objectives: Learn how to fully utilize the exciting new JDE Orchestrator Studio tool within EnterpriseOne! Learn how to create no-code solutions for integrations, file transfers utilizing real-time processing and exchange of external and/or internal data, create notifications and send messages service. You will come away with an understanding of how the JDE Orchestrator REST enables EnterpriseOne for use with your Web interfaces, mobile applications and IoT.
Course Materials: Detailed step-by-step 520 page training manual and 175 page exercise manual.
Instructor: Our classes are taught by JDE professionals with a minimum of 15 years of real-world experience implementing and supporting the software.
Prerequisites: Solid understanding of E1 foundation.
The instructor has over 25 years of experience focused on the technical aspects JD Edwards software. She started off as a software developer at JD Edwards then moved on to work at various organizations performing implementations, integrations and other development activities. She worked almost 10 years in pre-sales at Oracle as a JDE Applications Technologist. She now works as an independent consultant leveraging her extensive experience with JDE to assist JD Edwards customers.
Group Internet-Based: Attend virtually from the comfort of your own location.
This course is a must for anyone new to JDE Enterprise One and a pre-requisite to our functional and technical courses. You will learn how to navigate the user interface and menus, set up processing options for interactive applications, run reports, add User Defined Codes (UDCs), understand the Address Book and use basic User Defined Objects (UDOs) including grids and queries, to enhance your user experience.
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.
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. Learn about the advantages of UDOs and how they enhance your everyday user experience! Courses that will build on this knowledge are One View Reporting, Orchestrator and UDO Security.