For people who have problems with SQL, there’s an easier way of changing backend database values. How about using MS Access where you can directly type in the values, and it gets updated or you can Insert, Update Delete & you can export, import…. and all. Following is the tutorial for setting up MS Access with Oracle Database Backend for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. . . . → Read More: Change Database values using MS Access (JDE E1 Oracle)
A small guide to access JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demo/Standalone from other computers on the same network. For this to accomplish you need to open a port on the computer, and then access the E9 Web client from other systems . . . → Read More: Access JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.0 Standalone Webclient from anywhere.
There are Workarounds to get EnterpriseOne installed and get working on a Windows Vista machine. Though Windows Vista, and other Server OS are not directly supported by Oracle EnterpriseOne 9.0, this article may help install and get your Vista to run JD Edwards Demo . . . → Read More: EnterpriseOne 9.0 Demo/Standalone on Windows Vista
If you installed and uninstalled any XE or 8.9 Standalone on your PC, the registry probably has a .dll entry to use IE6. This must be manually changed to a new .dll to use IE7. . . . → Read More: Tips – Upgrade JD Edwards EnterpriseOne DEMO/Standalone