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Size: 1.46 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:1/9/2018
What do you do when you want to print a specific Media Object to a report? E1 provides functions that allow you to print a Media Object, but it will only print the first one. For example, you could have two Media Objects attached to an Invoice, one for internal use only that you don't want the customer to see and one that contains customer instructions that should print. This article will show you how to create a set of functions that will allow you to specify which objects to print on your report.  
Size: 981 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/6/2017
Read about the new web-based OMW, which was created to handle the also new User Defined Objects (UDOs).  
Size: 1.26 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:7/5/2016
This article will walk you through the coding necessary to create a set of applications that will allow you to perform a simple inquiry to view processing options. You can search by processing option value, processing option text, program, and version. This will give you the ability to search for a specific processing option value across multiple programs/versions. You can run an inquiry for a specific program/version in PD and DV, dump the results to a spreadsheet and then do a simple compare for differences.  
Size: 617 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:6/26/2015
The ability to expand and collapse pages in EnterpriseOne 9.1 can save users time and aggravation. With a little knowledge of how to use JavaScript, you can follow the tips in this article to learn how to collapse all sections, collapse all sections except for a select few, and collapse all sections but remember the last open section. The script code is included. Oh, and there's a bonus tip, but you'll have to read the article to find out what it is.  
Size: 746 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:6/26/2015
Sometimes the cat simply must be away for basic things like sleeping and eating and may be unable to babysit batch jobs to make sure they are cooking along as expected. This handy program allows you to set up a batch job monitor that will send emails to designated 'cats' when a job has shown no activity for a defined length of time.  
Size: 536 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:9/29/2014
No Visual Assist for your Data Dictionary Item? Haven't memorized the valid values? Don't have the time or technical knowledge to dig for the Edit Rule and UDC associated with the Data Item? In this article, Jeff Saenz shares with us a bit of custom work that will allow the user to search for a Data Dictionary Item, select it, and see its associated UDC values both from Windows and from a web browser.  
Size: 506 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/6/2014
This is the tale of a company that implemented JDE and chose Case Management as the tool with which to log customer service requests. There were challenges in sorting out how to get two systems to communicate with one another rapidly - especially given that there is no EDI built in to Case Management. The solution presented here is quite creative, we think, and even if you aren't faced with the same situation, you can still gain some great insight.  
Size: 2.3 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:12/19/2013
Scott Beebe, Worldwide Software, JDE ToolsPlus.com, shared with JDEtips this article that he had previously posted on his own site. The article serves as a vital introduction to how to get your JDE system to play nice with third-party web services and applications.  
Size: 965 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:12/19/2013
Do JDE developers listen to *NSYNC in their ear buds while working? Does that help them keep all their development and test environments in sync? With or without the ear buds, this article can help sort out how to make this work. Step by step instructions, screen shots, and code help you through this tip for simplifying switching your local web to match the environment you will be signing into.  
Size: 668 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:9/27/2013
The author asks himself, "what took me so long to decide to do this?" We think you may wonder how you ever lived without it. This handy application will allow your super users and business analysts to show what business views are used by multiple tables. He provides the background, steps us through the Power Forms build, then includes the code needed to complete the custom tool.  
Size: 8KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:2/22/2013
The Zip file consists of a .c and a .h file, which can be opened using a standard Microsoft Visual Studio editor generally installed in a JDE Development environment.  
Size: 1612KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:2/12/2013
Can you create one batch job to submit several other batch jobs? Yes you can! Mike Wright shows you a streamlined process that allows you to add batch jobs to one master batch job. He'll step you through the process, including the tables, processing option templates, business views, and the master batch job you'll need to create, then he'll show you how you can use your new master job submitter to improve your productivity and efficiency.  
Size: 1014KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:2/12/2013
Venkat Ramanan continues his discussion on how you can use Text Search functionality, introduced with Tools Release 8.96, to improve your searches. Venkat demonstrates how to build a custom text search from scratch using standard form controls in FDA.  
Size: 523 Kb, Version:1, Publication Date:6/28/2012
Time isn't always on your side when you're tasked with manipulating dates and times in JDE EnterpriseOne--especially if you're dealing with times that go into the next day. Mike Wright created a business function he'd like to share that will help you avoid the 24th hour dilemma and other time and date-related issues. Code included, naturally.  
Size: 818 Kb, Version:1, Publication Date:6/28/2012
How can you make your EnterpriseOne text searches faster and easier? Read along as Venkat Ramanan discusses how you can use Text Search functionality, introduced with Tools Release 8.96, to improve your searches. Venkat demonstrates the functionality and how to incorporate it into applications.  
Size: 593 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:3/20/2012
What happens when a Business Function (BSFN) throws an error in a UBE? It's like that proverbial fallen tree in the woods; even if your users don't see it, it's still there. Wouldn't it be nice, though, if you could get a warning on those BSFN errors in a UBE, just like you do in an APPL, before further processing occurs? Brian Oster has a way to make that happen. In this article, he outlines the steps to take and offers plenty of codes to help you get started.  
Size: 1.08 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:3/20/2012
Make your grid data more meaningful to users with Grid Icons. Venkat Ramanan takes us through the steps to build grid icons and their associated actions and tooltips. He'll discuss the components that make up grid icons and how to employ them.  
Size: 1.56 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:12/7/2011
Object Management Workbench is a powerful development management tool, one that can keep your development projects moving forward smoothly. To help you make full use of this tool, Mike Wright has assembled a number of basic and advanced tips for OMW that will help you with everything from constants setup and location saves to save/restore tricks and Advanced Get.  
Size: 614 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:12/7/2011
What goes into a successful upgrade project from a development point of view? Brian Oster shares what he and his team did before, during, and after their company's upgrade from Xe to 9.0. Great tips and best practices on planning for the implementation, Spec Merge, Database Conversion, the Upgrade SDLC, retrofitting, and Unicode are included in this article.  
Size: 829 kb, Version:1, Publication Date:9/7/2011
JDEtips Journal readers have been asking for a solid primer on Table Triggers and Event Rules and we're happy to say this article by Ricky Cai delivers. Ricky takes us through the steps to build a table trigger, sharing along the way the best practices and gotchas he's learned through his own trials and errors building triggers with the limited documentation available. Then, he shares more design and programming gotchas for Table Triggers in general.  
Size: 602 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:9/7/2011
You've heard the cardinal rule, never touch a pristine object. Sometimes though, even cardinal rules need to be broken. The trick, though, is how to do so safely, so that you don't have a mess on your hands. In this article, Brian Oster discusses how to modify pristine objects, including techniques to keep you modifications non-invasive as possible, how to manage and track these changes to avoid issues with ESU retrofits and upgrades, and more.  
Size: 599 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:9/7/2011
Your AP department sends out a lot of checks and expediting that process is critical. One of the biggest areas to slow down the process comes at check signing. This article by Darryn Rose demonstrates how you can achieve secure, electronic signatures by using PCL escape sequences to extract information from the printer's memory to overlay onto the A/P check. Darryn steps through the implementation steps for this solution, including the C BSFNs and processing options you'll use.  
Size: 1.16 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:4/25/2011
If you have a process that requires a complex analysis of select data and you're finding that your performance is slowed using UBE versions or NER coding, this tip is for you. Rick Cai demonstrates how you can employ a C Business Function to speed up this analysis so that your front-end processes are crisp and prompt. Included in this article are the steps you'll want to take, along with code and SQL statements you can modify to meet your business inquiry needs. Please note: While there may be other ways to accomplish the functionality used as the example in this article, the technical steps and considerations remain valuable in any number of situations.  
Size: 852 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:2/28/2011
Do you have a "different" Fiscal Date Pattern than most companies? If you are on 4-4-5 accounting, you'll want to read this to take advantage of the code Mike provides to get the E1 Job Scheduler to run correctly in your environment. Mike created a business function that will generate scheduler records based on the Fiscal Date Pattern Table (F008).This article details the how-to. While this solution was written to resolve finicky fiscal pattern issues, Mike notes it can be easily tweaked to use a different, even a custom, table.  
Size: 1.51 kb, Version:1, Publication Date:12/22/2010
Developers - Tired of the duplication of effort when it comes to creating JDE Cache business functions? If your answer is yes, we've got some great news for you. Jeremy Ruth has detailed the step-by-step instructions for creating a generic cache processor that re-uses C coding, so that the time you once spent creating a new Cache BSFN is reduced. Included in this article are details on New Data Items, the objects that make up the reusable cache processor, and the objects that enable the dynamic setup of cache indices. Plus, Jeremy has included the code you’ll need in a zip file.  
Size: 444 kb, Version:1, Publication Date:10/28/2010
You know it's in there, somewhere. Maybe it's a report, or a program, but you've forgotten where it appears in the task view. Or maybe you have tasks that you no longer use and are just clogging your system--can you identify which ones they are? Wouldn't it be nice to find those tasks quickly, without spending a lot of time drilling down through layers or clicking on every task, hoping to eventually find the right ones? In this article, Jeff Saenz presents an application for EnterpriseOne that can help you find those elusive or unused tasks more easily--code included.  
Size: 600Kb, Version:1.0, Publication Date:8/31/2010
If there's a way to make the EnterpriseOne Job Scheduler easier to use, you can count on Mike Wright to find it. This time, Mike shows us what to do when you have a job that needs to run multiple times a day: you can submit the job once, but teach it to submit its own next scheduled runs at the appropriate times; you can even make it smart enough to wait for the first one to finish before it submits the next one. The article steps us through both the business function and code needed for auto submission.  
Size: 480 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:4/30/2010
You've created some great inquiry applications for your users in EnterpriseOne. Only problem--you've added some data or columns that aren't part of the business view, which prohibits users from being able to QBE in those particular fields. Does this mean your users are out of luck? Not if you check out the solutions Mike Wright presents in this article. Mike looks at this situation from both a single column and multi-column perspective, and presents the workaround (including code) that he's put in place to help his users QBE--without requiring IT to produce special queries or reports.  
Size: 564 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:2/10/2010
Traditional methods for viewing the columns and indices of a table aren't exactly user friendly; you either need to be a developer or have specific technical skills in order to see what's there. And, if you're a business analyst, often by the time you've received this assistance, the view could be out of date. Jeff Saenz recognized a need for a time saving application that allows business analysts to view tables and their properties with greater ease. In this article, he details the setup of his tool, P57TABLE - Columns in a Table, including how you can apply it to your own business situations.  
Size: 679 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:2/10/2010
How much do you know about JDE Cache implementation? If your answer is "not as much as I think," then get ready for a crash course courtesy of Brian Oster. Brian demonstrates how various API calls fit together and when you would want to apply them, with emphasis on the two main design patterns used for Cache implementations: Shared Cache and Multiple Instances, along with lots of code you can use. He's even put together a code zip file that you can apply to your 9.0 environment. So get ready to "cache" in on this great article.  
Size: 262 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:2/10/2010
Here is the code from Brian Oster to go with his article JDE Cache Design Patterns.  
Size: 393 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:5/10/2009
With EnterpriseOne 8.12 comes a tool that lets you more easily streamline your application forms. But before you launch into designing your first power form, you'll want to take note of what Scott Beebe learned the hard way. Scott provides a step-by-step tutorial with tips and techniques not documented elsewhere.  
Size: 341 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:11/11/2008
Obscure requests can throw any developer into a bit of a panic--especially if the documentation on how to accomplish such a task is as obscure as the request itself. Such was the case for Mike Wright recently when he was asked to calculate Standard Deviation for a report in JD Edwards. The information on how to do so was limited, if available at all, thus leaving Mike to his own devices. But conquer he did--and his solution to calculating a Standard Deviation within EnterpriseOne is presented in this article, including both a refresher on the calculation itself and the code to add this to your system, should the need arise.  
Size: 194 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:9/17/2008
Put a "Do Not Enter" sign on your custom tables and applications next time you're in them. Mike Wright demonstrates how to apply Business Object Reservations, a functionality commonly used in Sales Order and Procurement, to lock down your tables and applications so that only one user can update them at a time. Mike describes the steps needed to lock records when they're in use, and unlock them when the update is completed.  
Size: 236 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:9/17/2008
It's time to cut out the middleman and get down to business faster in P986116--also know as Work with Submitted Jobs. In this article, Mike shares how to create an application that bypasses the "pick server" prompt screen that appears each time you run Work with Submitted Jobs. Put this custom application on your menus, and your users will be automatically directed to the correct server for their job.  
Size: 256 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:4/4/2008
Paul Hanson is back! This time, he's got an easy solution to a tricky problem: changing the flat file name during post-development table conversions in EnterpriseOne. Paul takes us through the steps of this solution—using a variable flat file name--providing (of course) the necessary code.  
Size: 273 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:10/16/2007
Are you looking for a better way to build 3rd party interfaces? Creating inbound data interfaces to work with 3rd party systems can present a number of challenges--especially when you're looking to make them user-friendly. What's more, many of these interfaces still rely on text files for security concerns and other system limitations. So how can we import data more efficiently? Scott Beebe has a methodology that he has tried, used, and refined many times. He returns to JDEtips to provide you with his processes, and even shares a sample code you can use as a template to start creating your own interfaces!  
Size: 503KB, Version:1, Publication Date:10/16/2007
PDF pop-up files: just a nuisance or a major time waster? Either way, you can help your end users spend less time closing down files they don't need to see when they launch a UBE. How? By invoking the UBE in "silent mode". Venkat Ramanan demonstrates two different techniques for doing this: One for UBEs that take in parameters via the RI DS, and one for UBEs that don't.  
Size: 251 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:10/16/2007
Our Rules of the Road series ventures back down the CNC path, this time with an article geared toward our developer friends. Object Management Workbench is a wonderful tool for project management and development in JD Edwards. But, as Mike Wright points out, it's easy to run into some issues if you aren't careful with objects and documentation and so much more. Mike leverages his CNC expertise this issue to highlight his top 10 "rules" for OMW and development. Whether you're an experienced developer or CNC, or new to the game, check out these great tips to help you avoid the pitfalls while promoting your project smoothly from development to production.  
Size: 307KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:8/24/2007
Is your EnterpriseOne Web Portal looking too much like Oracle, and not enough like your company? Are your users getting confused by similar looking environments? JDEtips Journal newcomer Chris Carter shows us a very simple solution for customizing your Web portal and EnterpriseOne menu so that your users (and bosses) will be duly impressed! And we all know how often THAT happens without a lot of effort--it's time to take this simple tip and go!  
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: 170KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:11/10/2005
You've heard rumors that your company is going to invest in a Bar Coding solution--after all everyone knows that to stay competitive, you've got to increase speed and accuracy inside the 4 walls of your warehouse. You are an E1 programmer, so you figure the other IT guys and gals will buy an off-the-shelf solution with pre-built integration to JD Edwards. You're sitting pretty. Then management calls, and you are told: "Bob, we need you to investigate Bar Coding solutions, and figure out what we can do quickly and inexpensively." What will you do? Freak out? Not! You're a JDEtips subscriber and you remembered that this article was chock-full of real world advice. Another day saved!  
Size: 578KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/6/2005
While in the process of developing his new JDEtips Mastery Level Accelerated Developer Workshop, Tom Spond found he had some good information suitable for a JDEtips white paper. This article gives you a great overview of the Object Management Workbench. Tom presents both concepts and details, stepping you through practical exercises so you can see for yourself how OMW can be used most effectively.  
Size: 369KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/11/2005
Save money by changing the way you spend it. This article describes the process for working with your bank to complete automated payments so you don't have to spend your time (and money) printing paper checks and mailing them. The features described here are built in to your EnterpriseOne software, but there are still some chores you have to do to make it work for you.  
Size: 223KB, Version:1, Publication Date:11/9/2004
In today's unfortunate atmosphere of concerns about fraud - both internal and external - and the ever-growing accountability requirements, it pays to cover yourself coming and going. Positive Pay is just one of the methods now being employed by corporations to serve both to protect themselves and to provide that accountability. This article shows you how to implement a simple method for accommodating Positive Pay. Once again, Paul Hanson comes up with a solution that costs little and saves big.  
Size: 311KB, Version:1, Publication Date:11/3/2004
You probably already know where the Company Name on PDF report headers comes from, right? Hint: It's the F0010 Table! Well, what if your environment is set up for multiple companies? How can you get the right Company Name to show up on the right report? In this article, Dwight Paul shows us how to set up multiple F0010 Tables for multiple companies, then takes it a step farther and shows us how to assign different company names to different users or groups of users. What a great way to add that extra bit of clarity and professionalism to your reporting environment!  
Size: 490KB, Version:1, Publication Date:9/5/2004
We should call this one, "Scott Beebe's Excellent Adventure". As usual, Scott's article, though classified as "technical", sets up a strong business case and follows it through. He shows us how to use our coding and thinking skills to solve a complex business problem – this time in the payroll module. He's given us the steps to build a custom overtime rule, then also shared with us the code he used to accomplish it. We've included that code in a separate document within the JDEtips Document Library.  
Size: 231 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/1/2004
Sometimes the application people can't do anything until the technical people do their thing. We left you hanging in the last issue, when David Johnson said that Scott would come up with a technical solution for a major gotcha in the Repost Commitments program--R42995. Scott rose to the challenge, and we're pleased to present his solution.  
Size: 92 kb, Version:1, Publication Date:3/5/2004
This article shows us how to remove the extra steps of distributing reports that your EnterpriseOne applications produce in PDF format. Whether the report is generated from the client side or the server side, the technique demonstrated here will automatically email the PDF files to the appropriate email address. This article is available both stand-alone and with custom code attached.  
Size: 257 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:3/5/2004
This article shows us how to remove the extra steps of distributing reports that your EnterpriseOne applications produce in PDF format. Whether the report is generated from the client side or the server side, the technique demonstrated here will automatically email the PDF files to the appropriate email address. This article is available both stand-alone and with custom code attached.  
Size: 440 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2004
Here is another tip that can help make your JD Edwards users love their IT team. Not many things make our eyeballs bulge more than getting a "useful" error message that doesn't tell us what's wrong. Scott Beebe shows us two easy ways to lower the average blood pressure in your offices by customizing these error messages to give more information. Go ahead. Be a hero. This article applies to OneWorld only.  
Size: 616 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2004
We want our *TODAY! For those of you on OneWorld who used to be on WorldSoftware, you probably have noticed that *Today disappeared in OneWorld. Gosh, that was an incredibly useful function and we want it back! Never fear, Boris Goldenberg has the answer. For those of you who are wondering what all the fuss is about, *TODAY allows World Software clients to tell the system to use today's date for data selection, or today's date plus/minus a fixed number of days. This is incredibly useful when you need a date or date range sensitive report but don't want users having to go in and change data selection criteria every day.  
Size: 180 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:11/1/2003
Scott continues his series of tips on OneWorld programming, with a thought provoking article on when to modify JDE directly, and when to do a bolt-on. You may be surprised by his take on this important topic, and you may re-evaluate your own policy after reading this article.  
Size: 223 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:11/1/2003
Scott Beebe gives us a succinct, to-the-point tip that might be worth its weight in gold. He shows you how to combine the strengths of OneWorld Business Views with those of SQL Views for apparently seamless access to multiple databases. If you want to read another perspective on this same concept, please read David Johnson's Joining On a Union - A Development Tool for Sales Reporting, published in the Distribution--Sales Order category.  
Dave explains the basics of Table I/O, a powerful set of commands within JDE's Event Rule programming language. In the article, he uses the Fetch Single command to explain an alternative solution to a common issue: You are modifying a report in OneWorld and quickly discover the existing business view for the report does not contain the fields you need. He also uses the Select/Fetchnext commands to retreive and total information from several records. Dave explains both techniques in detail in this white paper.  
Size: 670 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:9/1/2003
Scott's articles on OneWorld programming have consistently added tremendous value to the JDEtips newsletter. Here's Scott's take on a very important topic--how to debug custom code using Visual C++.  
Size: 270 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:7/1/2003
Scott is our Associate Editor for OneWorld programming. Benefit from Scott's experience with designing custom forms. Why scratch your head, when an expert like Scott has been there and done that?  
Size: 125 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/1/2003
You know that paperclip thing on the left side of the grid in OneWorld? It indicates that there is a media object attached to the record. Scott continues his excellent series of technical tips with this article on how to add media object support to OneWorld or custom programs that do not have this capability. Step-by-step, Scott gives you a complete explanation of how this is done.  
Size: 540 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/1/2003
This is already one of our favorite JDEtips of all time. Who wants to know how to expand the size of a OneWorld generated email beyond the current limited size of 256 characters? Who wants to know how to pass variable data from JDE directly into the email? OK, everyone put your hands down, and start reading. This is the kind of stuff we love, because it is going to result in quick results for your company and, of course, it will make you look great to the powers that be!  
One of the great advantages of the C language is its inherent Platform Independence. C compilers are available for almost every hardware and operating system imaginable. Why this article then? The reason is that while the C language is largely platform independent, the Operating System (OS) that hosts the software is not. It follows then, that the areas of interoperability and integration with remote systems present platform independence issues most often. This article explores some issues that arise from this platform dependence, and presents some approaches to overcoming them. A case study is presented for a Find Files function.  
Size: 250 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2003
Here's a creative solution to get around a common problem: comparing your custom object to a standard object when a new version of the standard is available. Get around that pesky requirement that only objects with the same name can be compared!  
Size: 180 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:9/1/2002
This is for you C++ programmers! Scott explores two recommended ways to extend OneWorld's capabilities. One uses a C business function to access a 3rd party DLL. The other uses standard C code and the Windows API. Whew! I don't understand this stuff, but Scott sure does!  
Size: 190 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:9/1/2002
Should you allow your power users access to the OMW in OneWorld? Do want to bother your technical people with promoting new Report Versions, and changes to Menus and User Defined Code tables? Read what a client (and the JDETips Associate Editor for CNC) says. It just might open your eyes!  
Size: 190 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:7/1/2002
Data Selection? No problem, right? Fine, but if you aren't getting the results you expect, read this tip from Scott Beebe. You'll be surprised at how these subtle tips will help increase your efficiency in designing reports.  
Size: 2.0 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/1/2002
Part II. See description for Part I. (This is great stuff!)  
Size: 1.5 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2002
Jean is the OneWorld CNC Adminstrator for Holiday Retirement Corp., a JDE client. She has written an excellent 50 page guide that explains the change management process within Xe. A very useful White Paper! This is Part I of II.  

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