The KM document "Troubleshooting Known Issues for Installing Automated Special Instructions (ASIs) Using Change Assistant" has been reformatted to the tabbed document format. Doc ID 2402710.2. http://ora.cl/Wh1q4
Bug 25920841 "P4112 Is Not Properly Recording JELN in F4111 When Issuing Multiple Lines" made changes to foreign key in table F4111. This new KM document explains the changes and the implications of the changes. Doc 2402413.1. http://ora.cl/R5zG7
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Notifications enable you to improve your business efficiency through the use of proactive notifications that are actionable. Proactive notifications enable the system to notify users of business events as they happen without the need for the user to be online.
Users can choose to subscribe to available notifications and receive updates within EnterpriseOne, as browser pop-up messages, through the Work Center, by email, or by email to SMS (Short Message Service)
During Month End Close the accounting managers at Company A must be available at all times to approve month-end adjustment entries that are being made by many different groups. They need to be notified whenever there are batches awaiting approval, even while they are away from their desks or away from the office. Today, Watchlists serve this purpose well, but the accounting managers must be logged into EnterpriseOne to see the Watchlist. Receiving an e-mail or text message on their mobile device will enable them to be away from their desk and still perform their jobs.
Company A wants to design a notification that will send the information to the accounting managers even if they are not currently signed into EnterpriseOne. Company A can create a notification:
Use a Watchlist type notification and define the notification message text to explain that there are batches needing review and approval.
Add a shortcut to the Work with Batches application from the notification message.
Allow the accounting managers to subscribe to the notification and select the email delivery option.
You can also review the following resources for more information on the new Notification feature:
Advisor Webcast Recording: JD Edwards Enterprise One (JDE E1) - JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Integration Technologies-Getting Started with the new Notification Feature held on May 22, 2018 [Video] (Doc ID 2378851.1)
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Delivered Notifications (Doc ID 2365066.1)
How to Create a Simple Notifications in Orchestrator Studio - External Email, Work Center and Bell. (Doc ID 2356747.1)
Routes, also known as a Loop, is a type of Preventative Maintenance set-up that allows multiple assets to be combined on one service. On the PM Schedule (P1207) application, enter the equipment number (e.g. 123), select a service record, and Row Exit to ‘Routes’. On the Equipment Routes screen, input the various equipment number records into the grid that should come due at the time the service comes due.
Again, Routes will combine multiple assets on one service. When a work order is created for the service that comes due for equipment 123, that work order will also list the other equipment numbers that were entered on the Route, and all the equipment records will be listed on the work order to perform the same service for all equipment records listed.
For more information, please see:
Troubleshooting Preventive Maintenance (PM), PM Work Orders, Route or Loop Issues (Doc ID 656850.1)
How To Group Equipment Items To A Single PM Schedule Using Maintenance Loop Functionality (Doc ID 1983274.1)
A new Information Center has been created for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne HCM Employee Self-Service with setup and configuration documents, FAQs, HowTo documents, troubleshooting documents, bug documents, links to documentation, training, community threads and more! Doc 2399734.2. http://ora.cl/pQ00x
Basket level adjustment can be applied over multiple lines of an order within a product grouping. Basket adjustments are applied based on amount, quantity or weight attributes of a group of order detail lines and calculates the adjustment based on information accumulated from all the lines in the group. It then updates each item's price with the price adjustment.
It can be applied to both sales orders starting EnterpriseOne release 8.9 and purchase orders starting EnterpriseOne release 9.2.
Please see Basket Pricing for Procurement Enhancement Available (Doc ID 2290155.1)
Enhanced baskets are an additional, more flexible option provided in addition to basic basket repricing, they do not preclude the use of the basic basket repricing functionality.
This feature enables the creation of item-level (including item group-level) adjustments for the items in an enhanced basket so that various discounts can be applied to the items or item groups rather than applying one standard adjustment to the entire basket.
The complexity of the basket is determined by a matrix with 9 possible combinations and the outcome for 3 parameters that are set in UDC:
‘inclusion’ (whether the item is considered part of the basket or not)
‘accumulation’ (whether a minimum quantity/weight/monetary amount of an item must be entered to qualify for the adjustment)
‘exception’ (whether the system applies the standard adjustment or the "Adjustment Per Basket Item" record)
For more functionality and setup details please see Enhanced Baskets (P4550/P4071/P4072/P4210) (Doc ID 625666.1)
This feature became available on JDE 9.0 and it was designed to allow correct journal entries creation for the combination between standard costed parent items and weighted average costs raw materials.
JDE earlier releases recorded integrity issues between Item Ledger (F4111) and the General Ledger (F0911) when above situation occurred.
The logic for Manufacturing Accounting Mixed Mode was implemented within the Inventory Issues business function (Material Issue Processing - B3104180).
The major change brought by this functionality is that the unaccounted units (F3111.CTS1) and the unaccounted amounts (F3111.CTS4) will be recorded based on the 02 cost defined in the Cost Revisions (P4105) for the raw materials.
More details on this feature can be found in R31802A Mixed Mode Mfg Acctg (Actual Cost Components used with Standard Cost Parents) (Doc ID 1384191.1).
Traditionally R49500 support batch confirmation of shipment. Now it is possible to do batch load confirmation which was earlier use to be a tiresome manual task. This enhancement improves the order fulfillment efficiency of customer who had to deal with high volume of loads.
This new option is available for non-compartmentalized loads that are either standard or in-transit. When confirming loads in batch, shipments are processed in sequence by load number, planning depot, load leg number, shipment number, and routing step number. If you do not use the new option to confirm loads, shipments are processed in sequence by shipment number and routing step number.
Instead of manually confirming loads, you can use a batch process to confirm non-compartmentalized standard and in-transit loads. The batch process enables you to process more records in a shorter amount of time, leading to increased efficiency.
With the installation of the ESU for Bug 13012700 : BATCH LOAD CONFIRM, you can make use of R49500 for Batch Load Confirmation from E1 9.2 Release
Please review Can Not Process Loads With R49500 (Doc ID 2161470.1)
The Server Manager Console self-update will fail with an exception error when using WebLogic with Oracle Java 1.8 update 171 or higher. The error seen in the console is:
Unable to change the management console tools release; unable to perform remote authentication with WLS admin server
KM document "E1: INST: Server Manager Console self-update fails with the following exception in the logs below. (Applies to Server Manager Console installed on WebLogic using Oracle Java 1.8 update 171 or higher)" (Doc ID 2410783.1) provides details about the issue, cause and what needs to be done to resolve it. The document will also provide any other updates as they become available. http://ora.cl/Hi1ah
The KM document "Troubleshooting Known Issues for Installing and Upgrading Change Assistant Versions and Establishing Connections with Update Center and Change Assistant" has been reformatted to the tabbed document format. Doc ID 2399164.2. http://ora.cl/n6oG1
This new KM document is to help organizations understand how Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne security technology can be utilized to help customers address certain EU General Data Protection Regulation requirements. Some of the Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Security technologies may or may not be relevant based upon an organization’s specific environment. There is a white paper attachment on the document "Product Features and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Requirements". Doc ID 2396858.1. http://ora.cl/rH3LT
The EnterpriseOne Applications Release 9.2 Known Issues for Installs and Upgrades document has been converted to tabbed document format with tabs for: Overview (which also contains sections for Pre-install/pre-upgrade activities and documentation issues), Deployment Server, Enterprise Server, Install Workbench, Client Installation, Web Client, Application Upgrade and Tools Upgrade. The tabbed document format has a "Search This Document" feature making finding the info you're looking for easier. Doc ID 2396254.2. http://ora.cl/rn6Af
The Overview of the Chart of Accounts document is in tabbed document format with separate tabs for: Account Formats, Defining the Chart of Accounts, Model Chart of Accounts, Dynamic Account Creation, Chart of Account Revisions, Reviewing the Chart of Accounts, and Account Master Word Search. Checkout the new layout! Doc ID 2394187.2. http://ora.cl/kC3Zr
This new KM document announces the deprecation of several Supply Chain Planning products (related to APS Release 9.0 Numetrix modules). See the KM document for details about the specific products that have been deprecated. Doc 2398952.1. http://ora.cl/GN7tz