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Size: 674 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:7/7/2020
Before upgrading to the EnterpriseOne 9.2 Release, one company wondered if the versatility of User Defined Objects (UDOs) could reduce customizations in EnterpriseOne. This article details that company's experience with UDOs and shows what they learned about saving time and improving productivity by using UDOs vs Customization. Read on to see who wins this contest.  
Size: 1.18 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:7/9/2019
User Defined Objects (UDOs) and no-code solutions are a big part of the future of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. In this article, Cindy will help you gain an understanding of exactly what UDOs are, what the different types are, and how they can specifically benefit your organization. Read on to get back to the future of UDOs and learn what they can do for you.  
Size: 942 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:4/2/2019
UDOs are a fantastic tool to improve the user's JDE experience and they reduce the requirement for developer involvement. The challenge is that UDO code and security are considered an additional layer on top of your existing object code and security and must be managed accordingly! Alex Rippingale, from ALLOut Security, provides us with great insight and best practice scenarios that will get you started with managing and securing your UDO content.  
Size: 1.37 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:10/2/2018
At times, it has been challenging for an end user to easily extract data from JDE. Typically, they would have to contact IT support to have a report or SQL written. This could be time consuming, inconvenient and not very timely for both the end user and the support team. But with the new citizen developer tools such as Advanced Queries and Watchlists, data that a user needs is now at their fingertips and directly in JDE. In this article, read about how you can use these new features in the Advanced Pricing module to help the Sales team know when they need to contact a customer to update a contract.  
Size: 1.99 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:10/2/2018
It is impossible to discuss the future of JD Edwards without discussing User Defined Objects (UDO) and the no-code solutions. If you are like many JD Edwards users, you have probably heard of, and may even be using, functionality like CafeOne and E1 Pages. Perhaps you are using Queries and One View Reporting, but would like to learn more about the newer features and what they can do for you. In this Part 2, we will discuss UDO Management topics including Security, Object Management, and Project Management, along with maintenance tips and a high-level overview. See...You CAN do UDOs!  
Size: 1.78 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:7/12/2018
It is impossible to discuss the future of JD Edwards without discussing User Defined Objects (UDO) and the no-code solutions. If you are like many JD Edwards users, you have probably heard of, and may even be using, functionality like CafeOne and E1 Pages. Perhaps you are using Queries and OneView Reporting, but would like to learn more about the newer features and what they can do for you. This article will explain all UDOs and how they have improved and give examples of when you can use them in your organization.  

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