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AdvisorWebcast.pngThursday September 27 at (12:00 pm ET, 11:00 am CT, 10:00 am MT, 9:00 am PT, 6:00 pm Central European, 9:30 pm India Standard)


This one-hour advisor webcast is recommended for EnterpriseOne administrators who want to learn how to setup multi-foundation for a UNIX platform.



* Preliminaries

* Demonstration of how to setup multi-foundation on Linux

* Resources


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The firm and planned orders is a result of an MRP run, but is an idealized infinite capacity plan.  For production work, the plan can be validated by considering the planned and released load on capacity. For vendor supply orders, the plan can be validated against a vendor (blanket) agreement order and vendor supplier constraints.


Validate Production Work:

1.  R3382 Capacity Requirements Planning Setup and Overview (Doc ID 1433142.1)

Capacity planning is the process of checking if there are sufficient resources available to complete the scheduled material or production plan on time and in full.  Setting up capacity planning is the process of defining what capacity is available and reviewing the critical areas where capacity constraints exist.  If insufficient capacity is available the user must alter the plan or the capacity manually.


    JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Capacity Planning module comprises:

       Resource Requirements Planning (RRP)

       Rough Cut Capacity Planning (RCCP)

       Capacity Requirements Planning (CRP)


2. R3382 Capacity Requirements Planning Quick Test Setup (Doc ID 651330.1)

This is a checklist to follow when first testing or troubleshooting CRP (Capacity Requirements Planning).  It will enable users to quickly setup and test R3382.


Validate Vendor Schedules:

Vendor schedule constraints can be established and a schedule generated that meets business requirements and vendor agreement constraints.  Supply quantities are then released from the blanket order quantity in a manner that is visible to both the supplier and to the business.


1. Understanding Supplier Release Scheduling (SRS) (Doc ID 637829.1)

This document will provide full details of the Supplier Release Scheduling (SRS) process, including processing options, Adhoc Scheduling etc.


2.  Supplier Release Scheduling (SRS) Quick Setup (Doc ID 651602.1)

This document lists the steps to aid the user through the Supplier Release Scheduling process.

Report Definitions bring the power of Oracle BI Publisher to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne users. With Report Definitions one can easily make various changes to standard reports output. Additionally Report Definitions can automatically e-mail parts of the output to e-mail addresses of Address Book entities from the reports without the need to learn Report Design Aid. This feature is called Data Driven E-Mail and can be leveraged in various scenarios. One such scenario is to e-mail the Print Payment PDFs (R04572ZZ) of the Print Payment Programs called by the Automatic Payment process. This KM document shows a very basic example of how to achieve this: How to e-mail Accounts Payable Payment Print PDFs to Suppliers using Report Definitions (Doc ID 1908922.1).


Other scenarios where this feature can be leveraged are: for e-mailing AR Notifications, for e-mailing AR Invoice Print output, etc.

AdvisorWebcast.pngTuesday September 25 at (11:00 am ET, 10:00 am CT, 9:00 am MT, 8:00 am PT, 5:00 pm Central European, 8:30 pm India Standard)


This one-hour advisor webcast is recommended for functional users, and IT support people who are currently using or exploring the use of the detail costing to split expenses by cost type.



*  Set up related to detailed costing.

* Creation of Frozen Standard Costs

* Usage of detailed costing in manufacturing and distribution

* Resources


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Oracle continues to enhance the functionality of EnterpriseOne Manufacturing to make business processes even more efficient. As a result of recent projects to simplify production execution, new processes have been enable that reduce the manual effort need to maintain shop floor information. Effective in the 9.2 release it is now possible to automatically attach the Parts List and Routing when a Work Order is created in P48013.


In the past, the creation of a Work Order was a two-step process. After a creating a WO Header the user had to Row Exit to interactively attach the Parts List and Routing or they had to run the R31410 to process a batch or orders. Now by setting two processing options in P48013 the system will call a version of R31410 in the background to attach the Parts List and Routing. This eliminates the need for Interactive attachment or the running of R31410.


For additional information on how to set up the WO Entry P48013 see How to Automatically Attach Parts List and Routing to a Manufacturing Work Order (Doc ID 2447419.1). For additional information about other Production Simplification enhancements see Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Production Execution Simplification (Doc ID 2309510.1).

Landed costs are costs that exceed the purchase price of an item. They are generally associated with the expected delivery charges of an order, but might also be for broker fees, commissions, and so on.


Landed costs cannot be applied to the total cost of a purchase order. They are considered as additional fees incurred to deliver an individual item into inventory.


JD Edwards EnterpriseOne does not support the calculation of taxes on Landed Cost at the time of Voucher Match (P4314). However in many countries Landed Costs are considered to be taxable. A workaround is available for adding a tax line on a Landed Cost Voucher. For more information, please refer to How to Calculate Taxes on a Landed Cost Voucher (Doc ID 2361329.1).

Tuesday September 18 at (11:00 am ET, 10:00 am CT, 9:00 am MT, 9:00 am PT, 5:00 pm Central European, 8:30 pm India Standard)


AdvisorWebcast.pngThis one hour session is recommended for the Beginners who wish to understand the Basic Architecture of Server Manager in Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.



* Concepts

* Components

* Benefits

* Management Console

* Management Agents

* Server Manager Upgrade/Update

* User Interface

* Logs for Console and Agents

* Important References


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Reader.pngJD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 9.2 offers the Advanced Job Forecasting module (system code 51F) which provides project managers with the ability to assess forecasted cost and revenue amounts at very detailed levels, for projects with low margins. This is an add on module which is not included with the standard EnterpriseOne 9.2 Job Cost functionality. The Advanced Job Forecasting module provides:
* Real-time visibility of job financials.
* The ability to accurately track remaining job work by job task or phase.
* The ability to accurately assess remaining job costs through current and forecasted unit rates.

The main components of the Advanced Job Forecasting system:
* Advanced Job Forecast Creation
* Advanced Job Forecast Methods of Computation W, Y and Z
* User Defined Methods of Computation

The KM document provides a listing of Advanced Job Forecasting objects, tables used and attachments and information about the related programs and features. Doc ID 2425472.1.

Reader.pngThis new KM document consolidates information from previous KM documents and other resources with information including: AP Master Business Function, Standard Voucher Entry, Speed Voucher Entry, Multiple Voucher Entry Programs, Recurring Voucher Process, Logged Vouchers, Prepayment Vouchers, Voucher Outbound Interoperability, Speed Status Change, Voucher Batch Processing, and Voucher Journal Report. Doc ID 2425008.2.

As a reminder, ensure your Line Type (P40205) set up always includes use of the D Inventory Interface.


The D Inventory Interface is required in order to maintain order integrity between both the Sales Order and Purchase Order.  Downstream issues within the sales process can occur. For example, if your SD sales order is placed on hold, this hold is carried to the related purchase order. However, if using an Inventory Interface other than D (Y or N), releasing the sales order from Release Held Orders (P43070) application, will not release the hold on the related purchase order.


Full details and setup is in Direct Ship Orders (Doc ID 625588.1).

Reader.pngDo you have an upcoming upgrade, cloud, or other implementation project? Be sure to open a Service Request with the Support team to proactively discuss your project AND provide us with your project-critical dates so we can create a tracking milestone for internal awareness of our Support and Development teams.
* Proactive Upgrades with JD Edwards Support (Doc ID 2373259.1)
* How to Open a Service Request (SR) for an Upgrade Planning Session (Doc ID 974500.1)
* How to Open a Service Request (SR) for an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Planning Session (Doc ID 2348382.1)

Reader.pngThe purpose of this new KM document is to describe the JDE.INI settings necessary for using Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 with Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. This information applies to development client machines, deployment servers, and enterprise servers. Doc ID 2421503.1.

Reader.pngJD Edwards’s customers on EnterpriseOne releases 9.1 and 9.2 are supported by software enhancements designed to support upcoming changes to lease accounting standards. This new KM document provides suggestions for JD Edwards customers on older releases of EnterpriseOne (9.0 or older) and all releases of World on how they might leverage JD Edwards Fixed Assets, General Accounting and Accounts Payable modules to meet the change in Lease Accounting Standards (for Finance and Operating Leases). Doc ID 2420929.1.

Reader.pngThe Item Features (P4107) program was introduced to the EnterpriseOne Inventory Management System to allow selling features to be attached to Inventory Items. It was included as part of the CRM functionality added in E1 8.11, and is accessible from the Item Master (P4101) via a row exit. This new KM document provides a comprehensive overview of the program. Doc ID 2420380.1.

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