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Business services in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne are objects that enable interoperability between JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and other Oracle or third-party applications and systems. Business services enable software applications that are written in various programming languages and running on various platforms to exchange information. They are based on widely used open standards like XML, SOAP, WSDL.

 

A web service is a standardized way of integrating web-based applications. In JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, published business services are exposed to consumers as web services. These web services enable JD Edwards EnterpriseOne to expose native transactions to other applications and systems.

 

Published business services are exposed to consumers. Internal business services are created for internal use by JD Edwards EnterpriseOne published business services. They are made available to consumers as a call from a published business service. Business services that are exposed to consumers are exposed as web service operations.

 

Numerous Business Services were implemented to allow interoperability of the Financials modules with third party systems. They allow importing and/or exporting Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and General Ledger transactions, Address Book, Customer Master, Supplier Master, Business Unit Master, Chart of Accounts, Companies information and others.

 

The list of available Business Services and usage details can be found in the Oracle JD Edwards Technical Catalog searching for Business Interfaces and Business Services.

 

To find out the capabilities of specific Business Services see:

 

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E16582_01/doc.91/e38040/additional_info.htm#EOAAA1431

 

More information can be found in:

 

        Oracle JD Edwards Technical Catalog (Doc ID 1361438.1)

        Or in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Business Interfaces Implementation Guide

        How To Test a Business Service deployed to a WebLogic Business Services Server using SOAPUI (Doc ID 1122313.1)

JD Edwards has published a new detailed tutorial that demonstrates how to create and work with frequency schedules for outbound inventory agreements.


Watch the recording – Working with Frequency Schedule Replenishments for Outbound Inventory – to learn how you can use replenishment frequency to generate replenishment orders based on preconfigured dates and schedules. You can use the replenishment frequency value to trigger replenishment orders daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly.

Watch this video to learn about the benefits of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Outbound Inventory Management solution recently released with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 9.2. Go to LearnJDE for more information about this innovative solution!

The Expense Management system offers a flexible way to define GL Expense Accounts for each expense category and business unit type using the Account Mapping Definition program (P20106).

 

For example, a company uses account 8740 to record expenses for airfare except when the business unit represents a project. For projects, the company uses account 1362 to track airfare. To achieve this, two records need to be entered in Account Mapping Definition (P20106) for that expense category, one for all Business Unit types, and one where the Business Unit Type for projects is specified.

 

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The system will concatenate the Business Unit (data dictionary item MCU) from each expense to the Object and Subsidiary to establish the expense account to be used for the reimbursement voucher or time card.

 

For more detailed information on Expense Management Account Mapping see How to Set Up Expense Management Account Mapping (P20106) (Doc ID 663420.1).

As of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1 Update 2, the Work with Batches application was enhanced to allow specifying the version of the G/L Post (R09801) to be submitted for different batch types. Use the UDC for Post Version by Batch Type (09/PV) to have the system select the post version by batch type when submitting the post from the Work with Batches program. When you run the GL Post program (R09801) for each financial batch type, the system first selects the version of the GL Post by Batch type from the UDC (09/PV). If the batch type is not found in this UDC table, the system will call the Batch Versions (P98305) with the GL Post (R09801) preselected and it uses the version specified in the Batch Versions (P98305) for the GL Post. If an invalid version is selected, the system displays an error message.

 

See this documented in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Financial Management Fundamentals Implementation Guide.

Now that your IRS ACA test file is approved (status moved from test to production) are you scratching your head trying to figure out what's next?  Per the IRS, you are required to wait at least 48 hours before sending your production file to the IRS.

 

You can also refer to the AIR Transmission checklist on the AIR site for a complete list of what is required.

 

Note: Don't forget to contact the help desk (1-866-937-4130) for confirmation and update of the TCC and/or Form Status.

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