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Size: 726 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:8/27/2012
Isn't it great when you discover that you already have what you need to create a solution in JDE? This tip is a perfect example of how standard EnterpriseOne applications can be used to create an effective data collection solution that will work with any web-enabled handheld device. Heather Phillips discusses how she helped her company implement such a solution, including the development standards and deployment considerations needed. If you've been looking to implement or upgrade your data collection solution, and a third party solution isn't an option for you, this tip may provide just the alternative you need.  
Size: 11.5 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:11/16/2011
Zip file for the November 16th, 2011 recording. Please note--this is an MP4 file. You may need to update your video player or download Apple's QuickTime video player to view.  
Size: 154KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/20/2006
Does a project ever really end? If you're a faithful reader of JDEtips Journal, you know that the go-live is just the beginning. Paul Hanson's final installment in his series on bar-coding implementation takes us through each of his steps, with the obligatory "wouldas, couldas, shouldas" that come like an epiphany after everything is up and running. Think you're ready for your next project? Read on...  
Size: 1MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/25/2006
Paul Hanson continues his series on implementing bar coding technology, this time taking a closer look at planning your project from start to finish. With, of course, his real life experience and the "gotchas" he picked up along the way!  
Size: 282KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/19/2006
You've heard all the hype. You've read the technical specs. You've learned all the buzz words. But have you heard from anyone who has actually implemented RFID and lived to tell the story? Our own Sr. Technical Editor, Paul Hanson, has been there and done that. If you've read Paul articles in the past, you already know that he believes in finding the most effective solution to any given challenge while keeping a sharp eye on the budget. This article is the first of his series that will relate his experiences in taking a company from a manual inventory movement system into an automated bar-coded system. Read on!  
Size: 51KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:9/1/2004
Do you enter UPC information by hand? Here is a clever approach--use a batch routine to look for missing UPC numbers and generate a new number based on the Short Item Number. We would like to acknowledge Lina Hadi, who submitted the code, and our Associate Editor, Doug Liljegren, for explaining its use. Using this method might save hours of data entry and avoid a few errors. Find out if this technique will work for you.  
Size: 481KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:7/15/2004
With RFID technology looking more like it's "here today" than something to think about for the future, we feel there's just no such thing as too much information about it. In this article, Doug Liljegren provides an in-depth discussion of the technology, then clues us in as to where PeopleSoft's EnterpriseOne is gearing up to fit into the picture. This is a must-read if you don't want to be the broken link in the supply chain!  
Size: 90 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2004
After debuting in the 1940s, RFID has recently begun to establish itself as a major player in the future of data collection, identification and analysis systems because of its ability to create a dynamic link between people,objects and processes. Big time adoption of RFID technology is coming, as Wal-Mart has mandated that its top 100 vendors start using RFID tags in a test at 150 of its stores in Texas. Learn more in this excellent introduction.  
Size: 560 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2002
Identify areas where data collection delivers ROI and easily calculate the added financial and performance benefits your company can achieve by implementing Barcoding/Data Collection in your warehouse or shop floor.  
Size: 154 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2002
A detailed analysis by a 25 year veteran consultant. Read this if you are thinking of implementing Bar Coding or Data Collection. It gives you a great background on the technology, as well as practical project management advice.  

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