Objectives: An overview of the concepts and system administration of EnterpriseOne, based on the 9.2 Applications release. After completing this course you will be able to do basic systems administration including package builds, security changes, batch job setup, OCM changes, data dictionary additions, INI file changes, and troubleshooting.
Prerequisites: Solid Technical Skills
Who Should Attend
System Administrators, New E1 Technical Users, Network Administrators
For more information regarding registration, administration, or concerns, please email Lori.Stone#, Training Coordinator, or call her at 1.877.832.2594 ext 150.
About the Instructor
The instructor is a seasoned technology expert, currently specializing in Oracle applications, who has a strong passion for technology-driven business. He has worked in a variety of technologies over the course of his career, allowing him to develop a vast array of skill sets. Some of the many roles over his career include SQL & Oracle DBA, JD Edwards CNC, CRM & ERP Admin, System Administrator, System Analyst, Network Administrator to name a few. These roles led to many rewarding and successful projects including data migrations, system integrations, SAP to JDE migration, multi-language support, and multi-international locations.
Group Internet-Based: Attend virtually from the comfort of your own location.
This class will cover basic JDE setup and EnterpriseOne Security concepts, based on the 9.2 Applications release. After completing this course you will be able to do basic JDE E1 security functions including: user/role creation; application, action code, row, column, processing options and data selection security maintenance; maintenance of favorites and fast path as well as running security reports.
You'll learn how to create simple to moderately complex interactive JDE applications. We'll cover topics that will allow you to understand the architecture of applications, all the objects involved, and the tools that are used in the development of interactive applications. The concluding exercise combines and reinforces all the major topics learned.
Upon competing this class you will be able to understand how to create, test, modify and debug business functions and create interactive applications that interact with a master business function and cache. We'll cover more advanced development concepts such as Business Function Overview, Data Structures Design Aid, Create and Code C Business Function, Create and Code NER Business Function, Debugging C Code, Power Form & Subforms, Cache, and Master Business Functions.
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