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May 08 2012

Know More About Pathcode, Environment, OCM, Datasources

Path Code Question1: In which format EnterpriseOne Specs get stored for a path code? Answer1: Prior to 8.12, specs were stored in TAM (Table Access Management) format. In the 8.12 release and later, this metadata is now stored in XML format in an XML schema in the relational database. This change allows all servers to …

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Jan 22 2012

JD Edwards Interview Questions – Part 6

Do Interactive Versions need to be checked in? NO. You don’t need to check in an interactive version. All that an interactive version has is processing options. There are no specs like the batch version has (ER overrides, selection, seq, layout overrides etc.) Are Path Codes and Environments Same? No, they are different. A path …

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Nov 25 2011

JD Edwards Interview Questions – Part 5

What are smart field? Smart fields are the fields, which provide the ability to add complex and reusable calculations to the report. Smart field are grouped by smart field template, which is based on a particular Business view. Smart field glossary type is K Where are smart fields used? Smart fields are mainly used in …

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Oct 05 2011

JD Edwards Interview Questions – Part 4

The 4th set of Interview questions in the series. What changes must be made in jde.ini to view local TAM. Add line “TamMenus=Show” in [INTERACTIVE RUNTIME] section. Tables containing BLOBS and Generic Text are suitable for replication – True or  False. False. In Work with Server application, you can terminate a job with status =  …

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Apr 13 2011

JD Edwards Interview Questions – Part 3

For What objects JDE maintains .h files? Ans :- Tables and Business Functions What are different Roles? Ans :- Initiator, Developer, Lead, Manager, Administrator, QA What is the significance of project Advancement? Ans :- To advance the projects within different environments. Like From Development to Testing, Testing to Production, Testing to Rework, Rework to Development. …

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