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Size: 1.62 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/11/2023
Using the Open API type of Connector Request, see how you can set up an orchestration to automatically monitor and provide a health check of your Server Manager instances. Less reliance on your CNC folks!  
Size: 1.39 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/11/2023
Another informative article by Lisa that could be titled 'Tales from the Workplace!' Read on to see several case scenarios and solutions to improve daily processes and reduce human error.  
Size: 1.28 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:7/11/2022
This article will give you another creative way to use Orchestrator, this time to implement and manage bank account validations, saving yourself time and money as well as reducing fraud.  
Size: 2188 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/4/2022
Having trouble keeping up with new functionality for Orchestrator Studio that comes with each new tools update? Join the crowd! Oh what a ride it has been, but it's so exciting that Oracle continues to enhance this product. Here at JDEtips, we're very happy for this new 'grouped arrays' functionality as it's been a request from many of the students that attend our Orchestrator class. Read on as Cindy Grim lays it out for you in step-by-step detail.  
Size: 1018 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:10/5/2021
Here at JDEtips we don't say "mistakes", we say "learning experiences". What I love about this article is that it is written by a user who wants to share her real life learning experiences while actually getting her first orchestrations into production. Lisa is a very strong JDE user with exceptional experience, and I can assure you that if she has encountered these learning experiences, other users will too. She offers some great tips on working with your own variables, security records, data conversion (I always thought that field was numeric!), working with the B98ORCH Business Function, the need to restart the AIS server instance. It's all here and more!  
Size: 1.92 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:7/1/2021
We love it when we can answer clients' questions in our articles, especially when they are written by a subject matter expert like Cindy! This is a very real and desirable use case for Orchestrator, and after this read you will not only be able to automate the execution and emailing of a report, but you will also learn the steps to trigger the orchestration using a Form Extension on an E1 application.  
Size: 2.15 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:1/8/2021
In this article, Cindy Grim will give a brief overview of the JD Edwards Orchestrator as well as discuss what tools and resources are available for troubleshooting orchestrations. Cindy will walk through diagnosing several common problems, helping you to become comfortable with how to troubleshoot issues that may arise during the creation of orchestrations.  
Size: 2.03 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:7/7/2020
Oracle continues to enhance and invest in Orchestrator Studio. A new version, was released in December 2019 with the latest EnterpriseOne tool set. The latest version was overhauled by Oracle resulting in a different installation process which has been significantly simplified. Thank you, Oracle! This article by Tim McMurdo will help prepare a CNC person to install Orchestrator Studio 9.2.4.x.  
Size: 2.14 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:7/9/2019
Orchestrator Studio is all the buzz in the JDE world. If you are looking to start using Orchestrator Studio, this article is a great start. With tips that are hard to get from Oracle documentation, Patrick provides detailed instructions on what you need to do to use the tool more effectively, shares tricks like copying inputs by exporting then re-importing, and discusses what can go wrong. Even if you don't use Lease Management, this article is a must read for anyone interested in using Orchestrator Studio.  

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