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JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Development Tools I/II Accelerated Rel 9.2

  • Tuition USD $9,770
  • Reviews star_rate star_rate star_rate star_rate star_half 519 Ratings
  • Course Code D95646GC10
  • Duration 5 days
  • Available Formats Classroom

In this JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Development Tools I/II Accelerated course, you'll acquire the skills to execute the critical components for designing forms and interactive applications. Learn to successfully build and run a simple application using event rules and processing options.

Learn To:

  • Describe JD Edwards EnterpriseOne application design and technology.
  • Use advanced tools functionality in application development.
  • Design event rules and reports for referential integrity.
  • Analyze and integrate software modifications.
  • Use techniques to ensure data integrity, including methods for implementing transaction processing.
  • Evaluate, troubleshoot and correct interactive application problems.
  • Use the FDA Compare tool to compare one version of an application to another and merge changes.

Enhance EnterpriseOne Applications

Investing in this course will give you hands-on experience enhancing EnterpriseOne applications with advanced features from the development tools. These features include system functions, simple error messages, business functions, table event rules, table I/O and advanced event rule logic.

Explore Performance Engineering

Expert Oracle instructors will also teach you about performance engineering. Explore techniques and tools used to evaluate and improve the performance of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications.

Skills Gained

  • Developing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications
  • Identifying the application development foundation
  • Using the application development tools
  • Debugging applications
  • Designing event rules
  • Designing processing options
  • Designing error messages
  • Designing application-defined hot keys
  • Modifying form data structures
  • Using system functions to enhance applications
  • Designing combo box controls
  • Implementing table I/O
  • Describing transaction processing
  • Designing named event rules for referential integrity
  • Using ER Compare to compare event rules
  • Describing the development tools

Who Can Benefit

  • Developer

Course Details

Technology Overview

  • Describing the Application Development Methodology
  • Describing EnterpriseOne Application Development Process
  • Describing the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Development Environment
  • Describing Additional Development Considerations

Identifying the Development Foundation

  • Identifying Development Components
  • Defining Development Acronyms
  • Describing the Development Cycle
  • Describing Object Storage
  • Defining Object Naming Conventions
  • Describing How to View Applications

Using Object Management Workbench

  • Describing Object Management Workbench
  • Describing Object Management Configuration

Creating User Defined Codes and Next Numbers

  • Describing User Defined Codes
  • Describing Next Numbers

Creating and Modifying Data Items

  • Describing the Data Dictionary
  • Creating and Modifying Data Items

Creating Custom Tables

  • Describing the EnterpriseOne Database
  • Describing the Table Design Aid
  • Using Table Design Aid

Creating Business Views

  • Describing Business Views
  • Describing Business View Design Aid
  • Defining Business View Joins
  • Describing the Text Search Feature

Describing Form Design Aid

  • Identifying Form Design Aid Companion Features
  • Describing the Pure Internet Architecture
  • Identifying Form Types
  • Describing the Form Design Aid Interface

Adding Applications to the EnterpriseOne Menu

  • Describing Solution Explorer
  • Setting Up Task Views and Tasks
  • Describing EnterpriseOne Menu

Designing Event Rules

  • Describing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Event Rules
  • Describing the Event Rule Interface
  • Describing Runtime Structures and Event Flow
  • Printing Event Rule Logic

Designing Processing Options

  • Describing Processing Options
  • Creating a Processing Option Template
  • Attaching a Processing Option Template to an Application
  • Creating a Processing Options Version
  • Attaching the Processing Options Version to a Task

Designing Error Messages

  • Describing Messaging Features
  • Creating a Simple Error Message
  • Designing Event Rules for Error Messages

Developing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications

  • Describing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Application Development
  • Designing an Interactive Application

Designing Application-Defined Hot Keys

  • Describing Hot Keys
  • Designing Application-Defined Hot Keys

Designing Combo Box Controls

  • Describing Combo Box Controls
  • Designing Combo Box and Embedded Combo Box Controls

Designing Business Functions

  • Describing Business Functions
  • Creating a Custom DLL
  • Designing a NER Business Function
  • Describing Master Business Functions

Implementing Table I/O

  • Describing Table I/O
  • Implementing Table I/O in an Application
  • Describing a Handle
  • Using a Handle for Table I/O

Describing Transaction Processing

  • Describing Transaction Processing
  • Setting Up Transaction Processing

Designing NERs and Reports for Referential Integrity

  • Describing How NERs Are Used for Referential Integrity
  • Designing a NER for Referential Integrity
  • Creating Joined Business Views
  • Designing a Report for Referential Integrity

Debugging Applications and Evaluating Application Performance

  • Describing the Debugging Process
  • Debugging an Application with Event Rules Debugger
  • Describing Performance Engineering Concepts
  • Describing Performance Analysis
  • Describing Common Performance Issues
  • Describing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Performance Analysis Tools

Using Visual Compare for Event Rules and FDA Compare to Compare Forms

  • Describing Visual Compare
  • Using Visual Compare to Determine Event Rule Modifications
  • Describing FDA Compare
  • Using FDA Compare to Determine Form Modifications

Debugging Applications and Evaluating Application Performance

  • Describing the Debugging Process
  • Debugging an Application with Event Rules Debugger
  • Describing Performance Engineering Concepts
  • Describing Performance Analysis
  • Describing Common Performance Issues
  • Describing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Performance Analysis Tools

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Classes begin promptly at 9:00 am, and typically end at 5:00 pm.

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