Oracle has published a whitepaper in October 2012 on hosting JD Edwards EnterpriseOne ERP on the Oracle CloudWorld. The whitepaper discusses in detail about “Choosing a deployment strategy that fits”. JD Edwards is already regarded as the ERP with lowest TCO (Total cost of ownership). The purpose of this white paper is to provide insight on [...] . . . → Read More: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne on Cloud
In JDE we come accross many requirements when we need to take some extract from E1 or read some text/CSV files for an interface. This looks a pretty simple job but at times we need to do this it to support various languages(internationalization).. This is the time when need to use Flat file encodings. As technicals [...] . . . → Read More: Unicode a universal Solution?
For those having issues with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1 Standalone installation on their machines, here is a VM pre-configured and ready to use. First of all: Your host machine must be running a 64 bit (x64) operating system and must have VM hardware acceleration present and enabled in your BIOS. The entire VM is divided [...] . . . → Read More: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1 DEMO Virtual Machine
One of the standard errors while running JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Standalone Demo is - “Unable to Locate Security Server”. But what when you get that error after 6 or odd months when your standalone was working perfectly fine? Our JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Standalone Demo 9.0.2 or 9.0 or prior running on Oracle Database will cease to [...] . . . → Read More: Recover Lost or Corrupt Password in E1 Local (OEE) Database
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 [...] . . . → Read More: Know More About Pathcode, Environment, OCM, Datasources