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AdvisorWebcast.pngFinancial Integrity reports are an integral part of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne General Accounting system. Running integrity reports helps you:

  • To supplement your internal balancing procedures.
  • To locate potential balancing problems and data inconsistencies.
  • Ensure that your system functions correctly and that tables remain in balance.
  • Enables you to correct any problems in a timely and efficient manner.


You should run integrity reports at these times:

  • During new Software Installation.
  • During Data Conversion.
  • Daily, if necessary.
  • At the end of the fiscal period.
  • At the end of the fiscal year.


The more often you run integrity reports, the easier it is to determine when a problem occurred. Consequently, this provides huge benefits to business, reduces downtime and assists with growing

audit, compliance and regulatory pressures.


The General Accounting Integrity Reports can be classified into four categories:

  • Batch Header Reports - Identify discrepancies between the Batch Control Records table (F0011) and the Account Ledger (F0911) table.
  • Out-of-Balance Reports - Identify whether transactions within a company are in balance, whether Accounts Balance (F0902) match with Account Ledger (F0911) on a period-by-period basis and if Intercompany settlement accounts are in balance.
  • Chart of Account Reports – Locate inconsistencies within chart of accounts.
  • Multicurrency – Identify discrepancies within Foreign Account Balances (F0902).


For more information on how to run and troubleshoot the General Accounting Integrities, you may refer to How To Troubleshoot EnterpriseOne General Ledger Integrity Issues (Doc ID 1541001.1).


You can also play a recording from the EnterpriseOne General Accounting Integrity Overview Advisor Webcast from Advisor Webcast JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Schedule and Archived Recordings (Doc ID 1450327.1), select tab Archived 2013 and locate the recording dated January 22, 2013.

NewFeature.pngA revamped configurator rules engine was introduced in EnterpriseOne 9.0 (E1: 32: Configurator Rules Engine for 9.0/9.1 (P3210) (Doc ID 1382511.1) and along with it came numerous changes to configurator objects as business functions were removed, replaced, and others introduced. These changes can affect customers upgrading to releases 9.0 or 9.1 that have customized configurator objects and/or use Assembly Inclusion Rule external program functionality. Don’t wait until it’s too late to determine that customer programming calls no longer function as desired in 9.0/9.1. Avoid any surprises and test early and often to determine if any configurator customization needs to be reworked.   


For additional information, see E1: 32: Configurator Object Changes in 9.0/9.1 (Doc ID 1575887.1).

ic-Resources-red.gifThe JD Edwards Content and Communications Engineering team continues to build out the JD Edwards Resource Library (aka LearnJDE) as your one-stop shop for JD Edwards content. We post regular updates here, but you will find current and detailed updates under What’s New>What’s New on the Resource Library.

As part of our effort to make LearnJDE a one-stop shop, we consolidated and migrated the content from RunJDE to LearnJDE. For example, find the information from the resource kits on RunJDE in the role-focused resources on the I am a(n) tab.

Breaking News! We added another URL to help you locate the JD Edwards Resource Library:


If you missed the ProductDirect presentation on Exploring Knowledge and Learning with the JD Edwards Resource Library, you will want to watch the replay.

The JD Edwards Resource Library is a continually updated resource for content supporting JD Edwards products. Many content resources featured in this newsletter can be accessed from the JD Edwards Resource Library.

We have the tools to assist you with ensuring your encumbered amounts are in compliance at all times.


Check out our Commitments/Encumbrance Best Practice document (646593.1) for a guide to the EnterpriseOne process flow along with links to helpful documents.


A predefined query in Change Assistant is provided allowing you to see all ESUs available to get code current on objects related to encumbrance and commitment processing Change Assistant Pre-Defined Query For Encumbrance / Commitment Objects (Doc ID 1945124.1).

ic-Innovation-red.pngTo stay competitive in today’s fast-paced and hyper connected world, organizations need business applications that support continued growth and innovation. To meet this demand and help customers maximize their technology investments, Oracle has introduced new solutions across its JD Edwards EnterpriseOne line of applications. Oracle is announcing new rental management solutions to support the rental of products and assets such as heavy equipment, medical equipment, oil and gas equipment, mining equipment, and construction equipment as well as eight new mobile enterprise applications. The new innovations will help organizations empower the mobile workforce, maximize operational efficiencies, reduce corporate costs, and increase profits. Read More

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and World Human Capital Management Position Statement has been updated to provide an updated summary of the JD Edwards position as it relates to the Affordable Care Act. Specifically for Section 6055 and 6056 reporting.  JD Edwards Update: Affordable Care Act, Employer Shared Responsibility, Section 6055 and 6056 IRS Reporting (Doc ID 1949952.1) provides a few tips on general preparation for IRS reporting.

Forbes just published a blog by Lyle Ekdahl, Senior Vice President General Manager of Oracle’s JD Edwards. Read how the Internet of Things—also known as the Internet of Everything, the Industrial Internet, or by its acronym IoT—is quickly becoming the next frontier in technology and business development.

Follow Forbes Magazine’s Oracle Voice to stay current with technology and business topics as discussed by Oracle executives and thought leaders.

JD Edwards Resource Library


Ever wanted to find out more about the features and functionality available in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne? Well there are simple tons of JD Edwards tutorials in the JD Edwards Resource Library on the Oracle Learning Library (OLL). This content is free, written by Developers and includes both short specific product based task tutorials & more detailed self paced learning modules. This constantly being updated so check back often!


To give you an idea on what you can find the current content includes: OneView Reporting, E1Pages & Webcenter Spaces…..and lots more!


You can locate the JD Edwards Resource Library content by:


  • Direct link  ( if logged into My Oracle Support)


Link to Oracle Learning Library (OLL) as seen below is on this page:


  • To find out about Oracle Learning Library (OLL) and other Oracle products check out the YouTube Channel:


NewFeature.pngThe F07901 (Pre-Payroll DBA Calculation Control Table) is now available on the Update Center. Traditionally, the Special Instructions on an ESU directed you to contact Oracle Support to obtain the F07901 for a specific defect.  The process is now automated by accessing the Update Center.  Special Instructions are updated accordingly.  Please note that the process has not changed. You only need the latest F07901 as directed by special instructions.  When searching for the latest ESU for the F07901 in the Update Center, use the following:


Type = JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

Search for Name = F07901*

Note:  You can narrow the search by specific release

For your company to get the most out of your Oracle ERP investment, you need a well-crafted strategy for maintaining your system. Your strategy must balance the need to minimize and plan for change in the system with the benefits of maintaining current versions of the code. Change management best practices help you achieve both the benefits of being current with code and the benefits of planning change in a way that minimizes or eliminates cost and business disruption. Proactive patching and maintenance avoids downtime, maintains business continuity and reduces the need for reactive patching. For EnterpriseOne, your proactive patching cycle would normally include installing Application Software Updates (ASUs - Updates), Baseline ESUs and software updates (ESUs) for the modules you use in the software. It also includes keeping current on Planner ESUs to update the Deployment Server with the latest fixes for the Software Update and other installation applications.


When you are looking for an introduction or high level approach about how to plan and implement your patching and maintenance strategy, with best practices and Oracle recommendations, the Patching and Maintenance Lifecycle Advisors are the mechanism to use. Get started with your proactive patching and maintenance strategy for EnterpriseOne with the resources and tools available in "Proactive Patching and Maintenance for a Healthy ERP System: Oracle Applications" Doc ID 1935517.1.  You can contact the JD Edwards Proactive Support team at:

ic-OracleStorageCampaign-red.gifHardware Sizing for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne


You can run JD Edwards EnterpriseOne gives on different hardware but it is essential you go through a sizing exercise to help ensure the solution will meet the needs of your business needs. Sizing is customer specific and is dependent on a lot of different variables and is performed by our hardware partners:  IBM , HP, Sun and Dell.


Please use the links below to find out more:   


  • Dell
  • HP
  • IBM
  • Sun  - The path to architecture recommendations and sizing is through the Oracle Solution Center (OSC). For more information and how the Oracle Solution Center can help you, please contact your local account manager. The OSC offers several services related to supporting Oracle applications on Oracle systems. The service you would need is “Architecture Design and Capacity Planning.”

Picture1.jpgSeeing something different when creating JD Edwards Service Requests? When release 14.3 of My Oracle Support was launched in July we introduced the “Guided Resolution feature” for some specific product categories for Service Requests (SRs). The Guided Resolution feature is designed to guide you to potential resolutions of known issues during the SR creation process which could lead you to a solution without having to file the SR (i.e. FASTER solutions). By leveraging this feature, users get access to Oracle best practices for diagnosing issues while retaining the flexibility of filing an SR in the event that a solution is not found.

When creating an SR and choosing one of the problem types, you will receive a message “Guided resolution has been activated. With a few quick questions, we should be able to pinpoint a solution or include your responses in the SR.”  You will be prompted to answer a short list of questions about the issue you are having. Then, based on your responses, you’ll be presented with a recommended solution (in a knowledge document). Check the suggested solution to see if it resolves your issue. If so, click the “Solved Issue” of the SR process and you’re done! If the suggested solution does not solve the issue, continue on with the SR creation process. The answers you provided to the questions will be saved into the SR so the Oracle Support Engineer will have that information available to them to help characterize, diagnose and resolve your issue.


Guided Resolutions are now available for 16 different problem types for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and 4 different problem types for JD Edwards World.

We would like to hear your feedback on the JD Edwards Guided Resolutions!! Send an email to the JD Edwards Proactive team at:


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