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Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne previously published a Reference Architecture best practices white paper for implementing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure with preconfigured security and high availability (HA). JD Edwards has automated this reference architecture to accelerate the deployment of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications 9.2 including the latest enhancements and patches with Tools 9.2.3 on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and reduce the total cost of implementation.

 

JD Edwards Reference Architecture Automation for OCI
Provisioning of JD Edwards reference architecture on OCI leverages Terraform automation for Infrastructure provisioning (Creating VCN, VMs, DBS, Storage, Load Balancer, and Security) and One-Click Provisioning automation to deploy JD Edwards EnterpriseOne components. The target environment provisioned using the Reference Architecture automation can be a new JD Edwards instance for new businesses or expanding to new geographies or can be further leveraged for:  

  • Lift & Shift to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for customers on Application release 9.2.x
  • Move & Improve on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (Upgrade to code current as part of Lift & Shift to OCI) for customers on JD Edwards Application releases 9.0.2 and 9.1.

 

Benefits of Reference Architecture

  • Optimized for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
  • Preconfigured Security
  • High Availability
  • Validated by JD Edwards with each release cycle
  • Consistent implementation on OCI
  • Reduces risks (tested configuration) and streamlines support

      

Supported Environment

Release: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Release 9.2 (code current) and Tools 9.2.3

Platform: Linux with Oracle Database Cloud Service

 

Support for Multiple Databases with JD Edwards One-Click Provisioning

Oracle also announces support to provision and configure multiple database servers for different path codes on Oracle Database Cloud Service or Oracle database installed on OCI. Customers can leverage Terraform automation to provision multiple Oracle Database Cloud Service Instances and use One-Click Provisioning to deploy JD Edwards’s database schema. JD Edwards One-Click Provisioning supports up to five databases one per each pathcode (Shared, PD, DV, PY and PS)

 

Supported Environment

Release: JD Edwards Enterprise One Applications releases 9.2 and Tools 9.2.3

Platform: Linux with Oracle Database

 

For more information, see the following resources:

 

 

This announcement demonstrates Oracle’s continuing investment in JD Edwards products and our commitment to our customers to enable their journey to a digital enterprise.

Why Multifoundation?

As a best practice, you should always set up multiple tools release foundations, including a test environment for applying fixes to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne tools releases. This helps ensure that a stable environment exists before you promote fixes to your production environment. You can also use this same principle and procedure to set up multiple foundations of major tools releases, such as Tools Release 9.1 and Tools Release 9.2.

 

Benefits:

  • A Multiple Foundation configuration allows for longer and more thorough testing of a new service pack/Tools Release before it is introduced to the Production environment.
  • New changes and/or enhancements in a new TR/SP should be tested with your customizations. It allows for "tweaking" of your modified objects to make sure they will work with the new TR/SP.
  • Changes or enhancements introduced with a new service pack/TR may bring unexpected issues to your E1/OW configuration.  Changes may include:  kernel changes, new parameters, new features, etc. that should be thoroughly tested in an environment that is not the Production environment.  MF can avoid unnecessary down time that may result from a TR/SP change introduced to your stable E1/OW configuration.
  • Test results and extended timeline can be used to develop detailed business cases on choosing whether or not to upgrade Tools Release/SP levels.
  • Multiple Foundation accounts directly for less risk.
  • Less risk equals saved money.

 

Multi Foundation Implementation Process - Overview:

 

Documentation:

Introduction: Introduction to Multiple Foundation for EnterpriseOne (Doc ID 626212.1)
Unix/Linux: Multi-Foundation with Tools Release 8.97 and Above on a UNIX Enterprise Server (Doc ID 972436.1)

Windows: Multifoundation with Tools Release 8.97 and Above on Windows Enterprise Server (Doc ID 865621.1)

ISeries: Multi-Foundation with Tools Release 8.97 and Above on an iSeries Enterprise Server (Doc ID 972847.1)
Working With Multifoundation under: Deployment Server Reference Guide

 

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For the JD Edwards system administrator and users who would like to have an overview of Server Manager. The latest informational video document is Server Manager Overview [Video] (Doc ID 2426878.1).

 

The following topics are covered along with brief demos:

  • What is Server Manager
  • Server Manager Architecture
  • Server Manager Components
  • Server Manager Roadmap
  • Latest Features
  • Installation Overview
  • Related Documentation


Happy Learning!

Watch Mr. Lyle Ekdahl (Senior Vice President, JD Edwards Product Development)  take you through the latest innovations in the JD Edwards product , at the COLLABORATE 2018 conference.

  • Form Extensions
  • Personal Forms
  • Orchestrator
  • Process Recorder
  • IOT
  • Notifications
  • Chat Bots

and more..

 

Check out the Video.

 

JD Edwards on Cloud- The Offering !

 

  • You can run JD Edwards on Oracle Cloud by using the IaaS offerings as a substitute for your owned or hosted hardware systems.
  • Regardless of whether you run on Oracle Cloud, you can also run JD Edwards EnterpriseOne with Oracle Cloud by adopting any of the many PaaS and SaaS offerings to complement JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.

 

Key Benefits of JD Edwards on Cloud:

 

  • Support for business growth :

Deployment on Oracle Cloud gives you the capability of elastic expansion without disruption.

 

  • Greater business agility:

You can scale up or down to achieve the agility to respond quickly to changes such as acquisitions, globalization, divestitures, and regulatory or process changes, with the ability to adopt new technologies or applications functionality. With JD Edwards One-Click Provisioning,you can provision

new development, test, and production environments on Oracle Cloud quickly in response to such changes without IT bottlenecks that could lead to disruption of day to - day operations.

 

  • Lower cost:

With Oracle Cloud deployment, you can both lower costs and make them more predictable as your cost is commensurate to usage. You reduce the need for upfront capital expenditure hardware by paying for usage as you go and eliminate wait time for hardware and other resources.

 

  • Risk reduction:

You lower your overall risk with Oracle Cloud because you get a complete integrated technology stack from a single vendor

 

Provisioning a New JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Installation on Oracle Cloud:

 

You can provision a new JD Edwards EnterpriseOne installation on Oracle Compute Cloud Service using one of the following:

 

Trial Edition on Oracle Cloud

  • The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 9.2 Trial Edition provides a fully functional suite of interconnected virtual machines.
  • These virtual machines are deployed on a single Oracle Cloud instance.
  • The virtual machines contain a snapshot of an EnterpriseOne server at a certain point in time and cannot be updated.
  • The Trial Edition is for demonstration purposes only and can be used it to verify functionality and investigate proof of concepts.
  • The Trial Edition only contains the Pristine environment, which is one of the four standard JD Edwards EnterpriseOne environments. It does not contain a Deployment Server or allow for the creation or use of a Development Client.

Review the "Deploying JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Trial Edition" Oracle-By-Example tutorial for instructions.

 

Multi-Tier Installation on Oracle Cloud

  • This allows you perform a fresh install of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as a Service.
  • Optionally you can also install JD Edwards Database on Oracle Database Cloud Service (DBCS).
  • You can also use this environment for Lift and Shift of on-premise JD Edwards environment

Review the OBE (Oracle-by-Example) documentation:
"Deploying the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 9.2 Oracle Linux Servers for Multi Tier Edition"
Deploying the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 9.2 Deployment Server for Multi Tier Edition"

 

One-Click Provisioning on Oracle Cloud

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic:

  • JD Edwards continues to invest in automating the deployment of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne in Oracle Cloud. JD Edwards One-Click provisioning provides an easy-to-use, automated framework for deploying JD Edwards EnterpriseOne environments to Oracle Cloud.
  • One-Click Provisioning introduces a console that provides an automated process for deploying and scaling out a JD Edwards EnterpriseOne environment with a single click.
  • The One-Click Provisioning console provides an intuitive user interface that enables you to easily provision a fully functional suite of interconnected Linux-based servers and a Microsoft Windows-based Deployment Server.
  • Configure your Oracle Cloud account details and orchestrate your deployment plan by choosing the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne components, server names, and virtual machine sizes to deploy.
  • The One-Click Provisioning deployment also includes the JD Edwards Server Manager Console (SMC) and Application Management Suite for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne (AMS4JDE) for Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control (EM 13c). This version of AMS4JDE plug-in allows you to automatically deploy the Enterprise Manager Hybrid Cloud Agent onto your Oracle Cloud environment and manage JD Edwards EnterpriseOne deployments to Oracle Cloud and on-premise from a single console.

 

Detailed Instructions for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic:

"Preparing for a JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 9.2 Deployment Using One-Click Provisioning on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute Classic"
"Deploying JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 9.2 Using One-Click Provisioning on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute Classic"
"Deploying JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 9.2 Using One-Click Provisioning on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute Classic and Oracle Database Cloud Service"
"Deploying JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 9.2 Using One-Click Provisioning on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute Classic, Oracle Database Cloud Service, and Oracle Java Cloud Service"

 

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure:

  • Oracle Cloud Infrastructure combines the elasticity and utility of public cloud with the granular control, security, and predictability of on-premises infrastructure to deliver high-performance, high availability and cost-effective infrastructure services.
  • Oracle Cloud Infrastructure redefines how you modernize, innovate, and compete in a digital world with industry-leading compute, high-performance storage, enhanced networking and DNS, and a stack of complete and seamlessly integrated Cloud Platform services such as database and load balancing services.
  • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne deployed on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure enables you to take advantage of these benefits and accelerate your path to digital transformation.

 

Detailed Instructions for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure:

"Preparing for a Deployment of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 9.2 on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure"
"Deploying JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 9.2 Using One-Click Provisioning on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure"

 

Hybrid Cloud for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne:

 

The term “hybrid cloud” means that making smart use of cloud technologies is not a “yes-or-no” or “all-or-nothing” decision. As customers and partners evaluate their choice of platform and deployment options against their business requirements, most configurations will result in a hybrid deployment ,model in which some of the functionality and computing resources remain on-premise and some are more optimally provisioned via cloud services. Depending on your business needs, here are some potential scenarios:

 

  • Development and test environments can be deployed on the cloud platform while the production instance can continue running on-premise.
  • EnterpriseOne test/development and production instances can be deployed on the cloud platform while some of the integrations can run on-premise or vice versa.
  • EnterpriseOne test/development and production instances run on-premise or on the cloud platform while you extend and complement EnterpriseOne functionality by selectively adopting cloud-based services,such as Oracle Mobile Cloud =Service, Internet of Things Cloud Service, Business Intelligence Cloud Service, or many others.

 

JD Edwards supports these scenarios and hybrid deployment models, thus empowering customers and partners with choice and control. In general Oracle does not recommend splitting the tiers of a single JD Edwards EnterpriseOne environment between on-premise and cloud, for example, running the web tier on-premise and the database in the cloud.

 

Does Oracle provide managed services for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne on Oracle Cloud?

Oracle’s Managed Cloud Services (OMCS) team provides managed services for customers running Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne instances on Oracle Cloud or on-premises. Oracle partners can also provide managed services with JD Edwards on Oracle Public Cloud.

 

Important Documents:

 

E1: OCI: Frequently Asked Questions for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne on the Oracle Cloud (Doc ID 2093838.1)

E1: OCI: Getting Started with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne on the Oracle Cloud (Doc ID 2149203.1)

pastedImage_0.pngHere is one more reason for existing and prospective JD Edwards customers and users to celebrate. Another spectacular release is up for grabs. This major release has both Application as well as Tools based enhancements.

Have a look at the Tools based updates with Release 9.2.2!

Tools Release 9.2.2 provides customers with additional enhancements benefiting all of our Applications, including Notification framework, new Orchestration extensibility features, operational simplification tools to simplify the adoption of new features, a whitepaper on optimizing performance and several updated platform certifications.

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Notifications

Announcing an exciting new enhancement and another building block to your Digital Transformation strategy: Notifications for JD Edwards. More than just a pop-up alert, the notification system enables workers to remain in touch with the critical conditions and events that happen continuously throughout the enterprise, and to quickly take action on those events even when they are not signed on to the JD Edwards system.

Using Orchestrator Studio, business users can design notifications specific to their organizations processes, rules, and required action. Notification can be a simple text messages, information from Watchlists, or the full power of orchestrations. A scheduler allows the notifications to run periodically and automatically, thereby continuously monitoring the JD Edwards system for critical conditions and events. When a critical event or exception is detected, the notification system will notify the appropriate users via their preferred delivery: within the JD Edwards web client, in the JD Edwards Work Center, or via email or text message.

Enhancements to the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne user interface include a new notification list, represented by a bell icon, where a user can review and act on incoming notifications. A new “My Subscriptions” page allows users to subscribe to notifications, provide inputs, choose their preferred delivery methods, and control the receipt of their notifications.

This enhancement continues JD Edwards’ investment in Alert, Analyze, and Act to increase business process efficiencies and user productivity.

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrator Enhancements

Oracle continues to expand the capabilities and significance of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrator as a framework to enable Digital Transformation. Specifically, this latest release includes these major enhancements to Orchestrator:

  • Iterative input for orchestration steps allows orchestrations to act on sets of data rather than individual data items, effectively giving orchestrations a degree of batch processing power.
  • A new Watchlist service request allows orchestrations to use the information from Watchlists, such as critical or warning states, threshold levels, and number of records, within an orchestration. With this enhancement, Watchlists can be the catalyst to trigger orchestrations, and orchestrations can be a vehicle to push email or text notifications to users.
  • A new database connector allows orchestrations to read from and write to non-JD Edwards databases using standard SQL protocol. This feature enables external databases to be the source of input for orchestrations. It also allows data that is not appropriate for transaction tables to be stored for analysis, archive, or integration purposes.
  • A new Watchlist service request allows orchestrations to use the information from Watchlists, such as critical or warning states, threshold levels, and number of records, within an orchestration. With this enhancement, Watchlists can be the catalyst to trigger orchestrations, and orchestrations can be a vehicle to push email or text notifications to users.
  • As described above, notifications are a major new capability allowing users to subscribe to important events or conditions and to take appropriate action. Notifications can also be included as a step within an orchestration, allowing the notification to be integrated into a broader business process.
  • A new scheduler allows orchestrations to run periodically and automatically. Using this capability, orchestrations can be designed to continuously monitor conditions such as inventory levels, customer credit limits, equipment meter readings and so on---any condition internal or external to the JD Edwards system–-and conditionally take action or send notifications based on rules in the orchestration.
  • Adoption of the Open Authorization (OAuth) 2.0 framework allows orchestrations to exchange REST calls and data with Oracle Cloud services and other third-party systems using a common, industry-standard authorization protocol.

 

Server Manager Foundation and REST API Enhancements

Server Manager for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne remains the key Life Cycle Management tool for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne server components/products. In its continued pursuit to provide customers with low TCO, JD Edwards has extended the Server Manager capabilities to now perform automated Health Checks for its registered JD Edwards instances listed below:

  • Enterprise Server
  • HTML Server
  • Application Interface Services Server (AIS)
  • Transaction Server (RTE)
  • Business Services Server (BSSV)
  • BI Publisher Server for One View Reporting (OVR)
  • Database Server

These Health Checks can be performed either from the user interface of Server Manager Console or as REST APIs. There are also new additional REST API enhancements for provisioning, monitoring, and diagnostics. Refer to the REST API for Server Manager Guide for the complete list of REST APIs available with Server Manager. Customers can leverage these REST APIs to build mobile apps and other automation for JD Edwards Server Manager functions.

 

Enhancements to Simplify Staying Current

The following Tools enhancements simplify the processes for customers to adopt and stay current with new application enhancements:

  • Object Tracking and Enhanced Impact Analysis: This new capability provides tracking and visibility of business functions (BSFN) execution within JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. Business functions are the core logic processing for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne interactive and batch applications. Providing greater insight into their usage simplifies the upgrade/patching processes, assists with troubleshooting, performance, and managing compliance. Similar to tracking usage of interactive and batch application, business functions statistics are consumable by out of the box UX One analytics and helps customers identify business functions actively used in their business processes.
  • Customization Workbench Enhanced to Support ESUs: The streamlined process of retrofitting customizations, which was earlier available for Simplified Upgrade, is now extended to support all customized JD Edward EnterpriseOne objects impacted by Electronic Software Updates (ESU).

 

For details on what is announced, go through this MOS Document : Announcing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne User Experience Enhancements, New Mobile Features, Leveraging Oracle PaaS, Industry ERP Functionality, and Tools Digital Transformation Features (October 2017) (Doc ID 2311361.1)

pastedImage_0.pngDiscover object usage across your enterprise and understand the impact of EnterpriseOne updates.   

  • Wouldn’t it be great, if you could easily track who is accessing your ERP system?
  • What are the objects that are being accessed?
  • When is there peak load on the system, or what would be the best time to patch, based on low user volume?
  • Can you identify which customizations are unused, so that you could eliminate the need to maintain these customizations?
  • Is there a reliable way to determine what will be the impact on your environment, if you take an update, before taking the update?

 

It has been a long standing request from our Customer base to be able to track the usage of the JDE EnterpriseOne objects. With E1 Tools Release 9.2.1.2, it will be possible to track who is accessing which Applications and UBEs at what times and in which environments.

 

Object Tracking and Impact Analysis functionality answers it all.

  • Object tracking captures users accessing EnterpriseOne
  • Object Tracking captures  the objects accessed by users
  • Object Tracking has out of the box analytics component for system load
  • Impact Analysis identifies customization used in your environment
  • Impact Analysis identifies objects used, frequency of usage for impacted objects

 

The below pictorial representation depicts the Object usage Tracking functionality offered with Tools Release 9.2.1.2 and its key Feature.

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What is planned for the future:

  • BSFN/NER tracking
  • Turn ON/OFF at Object type/Product Code level
  • Exclusion list for commonly accessed objects
  • Summarization by User or Role
  • Mockup of the JET page with Analytics for Impact Analysis ( Picture Below)

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With this analytics in place you can:

  • Plan your upgrades/updates more efficiently
  • Visual tool helps determine the impact of applying ESUs
  • Improved visibility of customizations
  • Plan for retrofits
  • Analyze testing needs


Check this Video representation : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9CYTR4WOS_c

Check JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Software Updates Guide for details on Objects Usage Tracking.

Why Standalone ?

The Standalone version of the EnterpriseOne is intended to provide a hands-on limited view of how the EnterpriseOne software functions. This software is intended for limited demonstration purposes and to review basic functionality of the EnterpriseOne software. In addition, no development or acceptance testing should be performed on a standalone version.  All specifications are local on a standalone version and there is no check-in functionality.  Therefore, if the software needs to be reinstalled, any work that has been performed will be lost. Typically if errors are encountered on a Standalone version, the only resolution for the errors is to reinstall the software.


For customer support purposes, any issue that is encountered when testing or developing on a standalone version will be attempted to be duplicated on a full client/server version of the EnterpriseOne software.  If the issue can be duplicated, it will be reported.  If not, then the customer will be advised to test the issue on the full version of the EnterpriseOne software rather then on the standalone version.  Oracle Global Support does not support software issues encountered on a standalone version of the software.


Where can the Software for Standalone 9.2 be downloaded from?

The software for Standalone 9.2 with Tools Release 9.2.x is available ONLY in the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud web site.

Search Criteria:

               Product - "JD Edwards EnterpriseOne System Foundation

               Platform - "Microsoft Windows x64 (64-bit)" and Click Continue

               On Available Releases pane Select the option:  JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications 9.2.0.0.0 for Microsoft Windows x64 (64-bit)

               Click Continue, accept the "Oracle Standard Terms and Restrictions"

               On the File Download window. Scroll the list to section "JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Standalone (9.2.0.0)"

               Download the required files


Installation Pre-requisites

               1. Certifications: For standalone, adhere to same Certifications as the Development Client.

               Steps to check the Certifications :

    • Login to My Oracle Support (MOS) Portal
    • Access the "Certifications" tab
    • On the Search tab , select below criteria:
      Product: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Development Client
      Release: Select the appropriate Tools Release - eg. 9.2.0.0
      Platform: Any
    • Hit Search button
    • On the Certification Results pane , under View Menu, select Expand all

               2. Remove any existing installation of standalone or OEE . Refer Deinstalling the Standalone Client or the OEE Database (optional)

               3. Visual Studio Runtime Libraries
                     32-bit versions of Visual Studio 2010 and 2013 runtime libraries are required for Standalone 9.2 Client. You can download these from below links:

Visual Studio 2010 Redistributable Package (x86)

Visual Studio 2013 Redistributable Package (x86)

Further, if building business functions on the Standalone Client then the full product version of Visual Studio 2013 and the freely-available Windows SDK are also required. Refer section "Understanding the Requirements for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne" from Standalone 9.2 Installation Guide.

4. Weblogic Application Server

The Standalone Client supports only the Oracle WebLogic Server application server as the web engine for local web. Installation instructions for Weblogic Server are described in section "Installing the Application Server: Oracle WebLogic Server 12.1.3" in Standalone 9.2 Installation Guide.

                      Download:
                     Go to Oracle Software Delivery Cloud,
                      Product : Oracle WebLogic Server Standard Edition
                     
Platform : Microsoft Windows (32-bit),
                      Download the Oracle Weblogic Server (12.1.3.0.0)

               5. Oracle Database client 32 bit
                     The 32 bit Oracle client is required for standalone to connect to Oracle database. Refer to  "Working with the Oracle Database Client" in Standalone 9.2 Installation Guide for steps to download and install.

 

How to Install Standalone 9.2

The installation document for Standalone 9.2 can be accessed through below link:
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Standalone Client 9.2 Installation Guide


Reference Documents

  • EnterpriseOne Demo Standalone 9.2 with Tools Release 9.2 Information and Troubleshooting (Doc ID 2062240.1)
  • Frequently Asked Questions on the Standalone Installation of EnterpriseOne (Doc ID 645293.1)
  • Complete Reference For DEMO/ Standalone Installation, Troubleshooting, and Frequently Asked Questions (Doc ID 1085839.1)

CA ICON.pngThe Oracle Technology Stack provides the foundation for this application. Change Assistant allows a single point of entry to facilitate administration of software updates & fixes. This application utilizes a navigational tree to help manage your deployment processes and enhance your search capability over Update Center and My Oracle Support information.

 

  • The Change Assistant tool allows a single point of entry to facilitate administration of software updates & fixes
  • Change Assistant centralizes and economizes the process of searching, identifying, downloading, and deploying many types of software fixes (e.g., ESUs, Tools Releases, etc.).
  • Release independent JAVA-based tool but greater functionality in newer release.
  • Processes remain same (i.e., applying an ESU) Change Assistant makes process easier.
  • Can also be used to deploy Business Accelerators (OBAs) and Configuration Solutions (created with Configuration Assistant).


DOWNLOAD:
The change Assistant can be downloaded from the update Center.

  1. On Update Center home page click on the “Download the Change Assistant Application”.

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   2. Install the JAVA and then Change Assistant.

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Java Download page :

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Change Assistant Download:

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INSTALL

  1. Double Click on the Change Assistant downloaded file.
  2. Set Preferences in Change Assistant :

User Id: Oracle update Center/SSO  User ID/Email

Password: Oracle Support SSO password

User Name: Your User Name

Email: Email Address

 

Click Next

  • Default Timeout in Millisecond is 30000
  • Number of Retries: 5

         (Keep it As it is)

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  • Enter Download Directory where all the Updates ( ESUs, ASUs, ASIs ) will be downloaded on your machine at the time of deployment.
  • Selecting “Include Dependencies” will download and deploy dependent ESUs automatically.

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  • Enter the Log Directory for Change Assistant:

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  • Accept the Terms of Use and Click Finish

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For further details on Change Assistant. Go through the below mentioned documents :

  • JD Edwards Diagnostic Tools: Change Assistant (Doc ID 2012571.1)
  • Change Assistant Overview and Benefits (Doc ID 1536620.1)

For details on troubleshooting the Change Assistant Install issues :

  • Troubleshooting EnterpriseOne and World Change Assistant Tool Installation (Doc ID 637515.1)

For details on troubleshooting the Change Assistant Launch Issues:

  • Troubleshooting Errors And Known Issues Found When Launching Change Assistant (Doc ID 1264247.1)

In case you are facing some issues other than what are recorded in above documents or My Oracle Support documentation, please raise a Technical SR with the

  • How to create a Technical Software Service Request (SR) (Doc ID 1321379.1)

Folks, The wait is Over. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Application and Tools Release 9.2 is out for grab                                                                                                                                                                                                               https://community.oracle.com/servlet/JiveServlet/showImage/38-1223-12570/pastedImage_0.png

Here is a brief outline of the salient features included in this major Release:

 

Data Encryption:

Added functionality to encrypt sensitive data in the .ini files used by JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.

  • Uses Site Key
    • Site key configured on Security Server
    • Gives each customer a different set of  AES encryption keys
  • First usage of new encryption
    • EnterpriseOne passwords in INI files
    • Vertex passwords in database


OUI Installer Changes for Release 9.2:


  • Deployment Server
    • Install Types: Full and Custom
    • Java (for use by EnterpriseOne runtime) removed from installer - Prompt for Location, Copy Into Place
    • OC4J Directory Removed – Replaced with JAS Folder
    • Tools Release installed with Server Manager.
  • Platform Packs (Windows/UNIX, iSeries)
    • Install Types: Full and Custom
    • Java (for use by EnterpriseOne runtime) removed from installer - Prompt for Location, Copy Into Place (Windows/Unix Only)
    • Prompt for Database Security User/Role
    • Database Script Updated to Remove *PUBLIC Permission
  • SM Console
    • OC4J Option Deprecated
    • Java (for use by EnterpriseOne runtime) removed from installer
    • WAS Prerequisite Automation
    • Remove CCR/OCM
  • SM Agents
    • Java (for use by EnterpriseOne runtime) removed from installer - Prompt for Location, Copy Into Place
    • JMX Security – Populate properties file
  • Development Client
    • New OEESetup.Exe (Oracle 12c)
    • GPS: Enhanced Local Database Password
    • OC4J Directory Removal – Replaced with JAS Folder
    • ReconfigureDB Renamed/Replaces ReconfigureMSDE
    • Snapshot Update
    • WASH4A
      WAS7 Removed as Option
    • WLSH4A (new)
      Deploys H4A to Local WebLogic Server Instance


Simplified Upgrade:

 

  • Changes Method of Object Update
  • Only new objects and changed objects from previous base release will be installed
  • Retrofit effort minimized to only customized JDE objects changed between release
  • Reduces testing time and effort


 

 

Management of User Defined Objects(UDOs):

 

  • UDOs refer to web objects you create using the EnterpriseOne web interface.
  • UDOs are personalized objects that you can create for your own use or share with others,
  • Depending on the permissions you and others have been granted.
  • Each UDO is saved in EnterpriseOne and can be managed like other EnterpriseOne objects.

 

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools 9.2 introduces a unified life cycle management process to manage web objects.

 

  • This release enables you to more easily:
    • Share objects you create.
    • Secure objects so you can create, share, and view them.
  • And also enables you to:
    • Package objects.
    • Transfer objects between path codes.

 

Type of UDOs:


UDOs

Queries

Grid Formats

Composite Application Framework (CafeOne)

EnterpriseOne Pages

One View Reports (OVRs)

One View Watchlists

 

Documentation Links

 

For details on above mentioned outlined points, please go through the documentation links provided below.

 

JD Edwards Resource Library: New Releases and Initiatives

 

My Oracle Support

  • Information Center: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2 (Doc ID 2039111.2)
  • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools 9.2 Known Issues and Workarounds (Doc ID 2062196.1)


Required Components:

 

  • Review Required Components for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 9.2 (Doc ID 2054020.1)
    • Tools 9.2.0.1 is MANDATORY Tools Release for 9.2 Application install/upgrade and TOOLS ONLY Upgrade
    • New Planner ESU (JN10011) Change Assistant/Configuration Assistant components (3.0.10)
    • New Mandatory ESU: 9.2 Applications and Foundation Roll Up ESU        
    • New ASU for Management of User Defined Objects for Tools  Only Upgrade
    • New JDE E1 9.1and 9.0 Tools Application Enhancement ESUs for Tools 9.2 and ASI for Tools Only Upgrade

"Changes call for innovation, and innovation leads to progress."


With this quote in mind , we bring to you JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Internet of Things.

 

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects or "things" embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and connectivity to enable objects to exchange data with the production, operator and/or other connected devices. The enormous potential of machine to machine communications for the purpose of solving hitherto intractable business that cost businesses millions of dollars are widely recognized. Now, the affordable hardware and infrastructure to support such communications and business solutions are available.

 

JD Edwards has been working with customers and partners to identify IoT use cases that enable customers to use beacons, sensors, and other devices to gather information and then use JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications to use the information to solve the business problems.

 

Have a look at JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Integration Platform White Paper in this document : JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Integration Platform Overview (Doc ID 1996534.2)

 

The guide below, describes how to design and create IoT orchestrations for the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Internet of Things (IoT) Orchestrator. The IoT Orchestrator processes orchestrations to enable the immediate, real-time transformation of raw data from devices to valuable and transaction-capable information in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.

Guide: https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E24705_01/doc.91/e64166/toc.htm

 

Experience it yourself through the Oracle JDEdwards Videos below :

 

Demo by JD Edwards Labs:

 

 

Check this demonstration on how the IoT Orchestrator can accept input from devices and invoke JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications:

 

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