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Size: 1.10 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:7/7/2020
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.  
Size: 1.08 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:4/2/2019
Data collection and tracking has become a way of life in the business world. And tracking your enterprise system users and what objects they are accessing on the system and when, is necessary for managing and protecting your data. In this article, Kimberly will explore the Object Usage Tracking feature in JDE E1 and show you how you can use it to help track the Who, When, and What of the objects used on your system.  
Size: 1.96 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:10/3/2017
Gain a basic understanding of the E1 development cycle, starting with Object Management Work Bench (OMW), then moving on to Data Dictionary concepts, Table Design, Business Views, Form Design, and Report Design/Batch Jobs. (Adapted from Penny Allen's 2017 InFocus presentation.)  
Size: 29 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:10/11/2011
Zip file for the October 11th, 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: 2 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:10/11/2011
PowerPoint presentation from the October 11th, 2011 webcast. Have you heard the terms "Enterprise Hosting, Cloud Computing, SaaS or Managed Services" but are not certain what they mean? If so, please join us for an overview of these concepts and learn how JDE clients can take advantage of these technologies. Mark Goedde, President of Denovo Ventures, LLC (and former head of JD Edwards Worldwide Advanced Technologies group) will define these terms and give examples of how enterprises can utilize these technologies to save money and improve service delivery.  
Size: 523 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:4/25/2011
IntelliSense - The name alone should pique your desire to learn more about what this powerful Visual C++ (known to some as Visual Studio) feature has to offer. In this article, Brian Oster details what you need to know about IntelliSense, how to configure it to work with JDE, and how to use it when working with JD Edwards business functions, including how to create your VC++ Makefile Project and adding BSFN source files. And of course, he provides plenty of tips and gotchas along the way to help make your job much easier.  
Size: 618 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:7/10/2008
If you're the type who loves to know "how things work"--this article by Andy Vanspranghe is a treat. Andy takes us on a backstage tour of JDE including the database and tables that drive what you see in front of you. From the Data Dictionary, to Table Names, to Columns and Aliases, to Oracle Metadata queries, Andy covers the basics that any new JDE client should appreciate.  
Size: 355 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:4/4/2008
Are you a Red Stack or Blue Stack EnterpriseOne user? No, we are not asking a loaded political question here...but we are setting the stage for an extremely informative article by Charles Anderson on Fusion Middleware. Charles shares with us a candid perspective on this up and coming technology from Oracle. If you are considering deploying Fusion Middleware, this is the article you've been waiting for.  
Size: 215KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/28/2007
Looking for some flexibility when it comes to Table Conversion flat file names? How about flexibility along with control? Add in ease of use, and we just can't imagine how life could get better (well, if you are into that sort of thing, anyhow). Welcome back Paul Hanson, who offers up his solution for entering variable file names for your table conversions. As always, Paul shows us how to save time and $$ with a simple, clean solution.  
Size: 214KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:11/23/2006
Looking for the "Z" in "EZ"? Paul Hanson continues his quest to simplify JD Edwards for your technical staff. This issue, he presents a case for the Z-file process that already exists in both EnterpriseOne or World. With his overview and real-life example, Paul shows how this interface can make transferring data between an external system and JD Edwards a lot "EZ-er" than you think! Better yet, it uses a process already available in the system!  
Size: 257KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:9/21/2006
That first year with JD Edwards can produce some level of discomfort as users and IT alike try to work out the "kinks". So, it's not a complete surprise when departments try to keep as much detail as possible with each transaction. The only problem is, after a while, files get bigger and bigger--F0911 becoming one of the largest. And with bigger files, of course, comes system slow downs. Lina Hadi understands that, and offers some tips on how to minimize F0911 record creations during that crucial first year, while still having access to the details when needed.  
Size: 1mb, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/20/2006
So, what you really need is your own "island" in which to access tables and experiment with data; without disrupting the rest of the network (and risk getting "voted" off the bigger corporate "island"). Think that's an impossible dream? Ted Aseltine shares his know-how on how to do just that by accessing JDE Standalone data through Microsoft Access. Before you know it, you, too, will be able to test away on your own little standalone "island" worry-free (palm trees and umbrella drinks optional).  
Size: 238KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/20/2006
We've got the scoop straight from source! Glenn Robinson fills us in on the latest release of i5/OS--after of course he's given it his own "test drive" and learned the ins and outs of what makes it tick, what makes it great (and what he thinks could use a bit of enhancement). So, without further ado, here's what you need to know about V5R4!  
Size: 238KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/20/2006
We've got the scoop straight from source! Glenn Robinson fills us in on the latest release of i5/OS--after of course he's given it his own "test drive" and learned the ins and outs of what makes it tick, what makes it great (and what he thinks could use a bit of enhancement). So, without further ado, here's what you need to know about V5R4!  
Size: 664KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/25/2006
When the project manager asks for volunteers to head up the data conversion project, it's amazing how many people have urgent plans to be elsewhere during that time - even before they know the dates! But once you get your hands on this article, you'll be the first to step up to the plate, because you'll be fully armed with the tools to make and execute a solid conversion plan.  
Size: 140KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:11/10/2005
Well, it looks as if we are going to have to establish a new category for the JDEtips Document Library. We considered running this as our humor piece, but it has so much good technical information in it, we couldn't quite see that. Can't go in World Technical, because it's applicable to both World and EnterpriseOne. So, you will just have to decide for yourself whether to read this for a good laugh or to read it for the last word on the JDE Julian Date conundrum.  
Size: 1115KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:9/7/2004
If you are a regular reader of JDEtips (of course you are!), you have become accustomed to Susan Stooksberry's fine articles in the Financials area. Well, Susan is no mere number-cruncher, as you will see in this article about a little-known tool, P80010, that will save you time while giving you access to information you may not have otherwise. Our Senior Technical Editor declared it "awesome!", and we think you will, too.  
Size: 616KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:9/5/2004
What a concept! Do it cheaper, better, faster? Paul Hanson shows us the way to add signatures and other graphics to EnterpriseOne documents by using a $200 tool and some imagination. If you've been experiencing sticker-shock while researching ways to do this, you must not miss this sweet solution. Why spend thousands of dollars on add-on software, if you don't have to. This article by our Senior Technical Editor is destined to become a JDEtips classic!  
Size: 465 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:9/1/2003
In Part I of this series, the authors define DLLs, or Dynamic Link Libraries, and show you how to create them and the best way to use them. In Part II, the authors round out the subject by giving a working example.  
Size: 470 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:7/1/2003
Third Party DLLs are very useful in writing programs for customization, integration and implementation of JDE applications. JDE customers as well as Independent Software Vendors can develop various utilities to be used with JDE's programs. These 3rd Party DLLs can play a major role in integrating the applications in a heterogeneous application environment.  
Size: 190 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/1/2003
Wouldn't it be nice if there were an AS/400 command that would print important file information like field definitions, keys, and dependent logical files? Users often come to technical folks with questions about file layouts. Here are two useful commands and the code needed to get them working. Be sure to download a separate PRTF file from the Document Library to be uploaded to the AS/400.  
Size: 675 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/1/2003
This is the PRTF file that you need to FTP upload to your AS/400. This is a companion file to the separate White Paper that is available here as well.  
Size: 1.2 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/1/2003
This is a very practical tip designed to give you step-by-step instructions on how to audit critical OneWorld files with both a report on file changes and an automatic email to a systems administrator when the file is changed. Marty Resnick, the IT Manager at a JDE client and subscriber to JDEtips, makes his writing debut with this white paper.  
Size: 120 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2002
Need a crash course in SQL? Careful use of SQL will pay off in quick queries and reports that even good old RPG can't match for speed or ease of creation. A great introduction and some advanced tips from a seasoned pro.  
Size: 400 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2002
Angela does a nice job of leading us through the basics of the OneWorld Conversion Tool. Step-by-step, every screen shot is included.  
Size: 1.2MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2001
How to print processing options and data selection in OneWorld. This doesn't always work if your language is not English. Find out how to do it, here.  

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