Swapnil Ingale

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Name: Swapnil Ingale

Total Articles Published : 3

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Swapnil Ingale is a very experienced Technical Consultant in Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and has worked on quite implementations, Upgrade and other support projects. He hold a Master's Degree in computer science (M.Tech CSE) from Nirma University,Ahmedabad and very keen to share the knowledge and help others.

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  1. Copy data from one table to another with the help of APIs — July 23, 2010
  2. Is windows directory structure reading possible in E1? — July 22, 2010
  3. Applications/Forms with ”Transaction property” ON. — July 22, 2010

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Jul 23 2010

Copy data from one table to another with the help of APIs

There are many requirements where data from One table needs to be copied to another. There are also various ways available. But there are some APIs which provide this functionality in very optimum way. e.g. JDEDM_LoadDSfromTableRecord, JDEDM_LoadTableRecordfromDS. Take example where one table contains 200 fields and due to interoperability one more table (Z-table) needs to …

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Jul 22 2010

Is windows directory structure reading possible in E1?

Directory reading is possible in E1 for Windows directories (./../Directory Name). There are some APIs and Header file available which can be used for reading the files/ child directories. The header file “IO.h ” has definitions and APIs which can be used for opening the Directory and also reading the files under that directory irrespective …

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Jul 22 2010

Applications/Forms with ”Transaction property” ON.

There are many standard Applications/Forms which are using standard ”Transaction property”. It is used for various important features e.g. maximum wait time before transaction get cancelled, Rollback functionality etc.