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JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Development Tools Part 2 Rel 9.2

  • Tuition USD $4,885
  • Reviews star_rate star_rate star_rate star_rate star_half 945 Ratings
  • Course Code D95455GC10
  • Duration 5 days
  • Available Formats Classroom

The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Development Tools part 2 course helps you acquire the skills to execute the critical components for designing forms and interactive applications.

  • Upon completion of this course, you will have the knowledge to successfully build and run a simple application using event rules and processing options
  • You will also receive hands-on experience as you enhance 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
  • You will learn techniques that you can use to ensure data integrity within your company, including methods for implementing transaction processing and facilitating multi-currency transactions
  • Using several debugging techniques, you will gain experience troubleshooting and correcting interactive application problems
  • Additionally, you learn about FDA Compare tool which allows the comparison of one version of an application to another and merge changes
  • You will also learn about performance engineering, including techniques and tools for evaluating and improving the performance of JDEdwards EnterpriseOne applications

Learn To:

  • Use advanced tools functionality in application development.
  • Design event rules and reports for referential integrity.
  • Analyze and integrate software modifications.
  • Evaluate and troubleshoot interactive applications.
  • Describe JD Edwards EnterpriseOne application design and technology.

Skills Gained

  • Designing Combo Box and Embedded Combo Box Controls
  • Implementing Table I/O in an Application
  • Creating a Custom DLL
  • Describing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Resources for Application
  • Describing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Event Rules
  • Describing the Event Rule Interface
  • Describing the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Development
  • Describing Runtime Structures and Event Flow
  • Creating a Processing Option Template
  • Attaching a Processing Option Template to an Application
  • Creating a Simple Error Message
  • Designing Event Rules for Error Messages
  • Designing Application-Defined Hot Keys
  • Modifying Form Data Structures
  • Describing System Functions
  • Selecting System Functions to Enhance Applications

Course Details

Technology Overview

  • Describing the Application Development Process
  • Describing the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Development
  • Describing Additional Development Considerations
  • Describing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Resources for Application

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

  • 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

  • Describing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne application development.
  • Designing an interactive application.

Designing Application-Defined Hot Keys

  • Describing hot keys.
  • Designing application-defined hot keys.

Modifying Form Data Structures

  • Describing form data structures.
  • Modifying form data structures.

Using System Functions to Enhance

  • Selecting system functions to enhance applications.

Designing Combo Box Controls

  • Describing combo box controls.
  • Designing combo box controls.

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.

Designing Business Functions

  • Describing business functions.
  • Describing business function documentation.
  • Creating a custom DLL.
  • Designing a NER business function.
  • Describing master business functions.

Describing Transaction Processing

  • Setting up transaction processing.

Designing Table Event Rules

  • Describing table event rules.
  • Designing table event rules.

Designing NERs for Referential Integrity

  • Describing how NERs are used for referential integrity.
  • Designing a NER for referential integrity.

Designing Reports for Referential Integrity

  • Describing the report design process.
  • Creating joined business views.
  • Designing a report for referential integrity.

Using ER Compare for Event Rules

  • Describing JD Edwards Compare and Merge tools.
  • Using ER Compare to determine event rule modifications.

Using FDA Compare to Compare Forms

  • Describing FDA Compare.
  • Using FDA Compare to determine form modifications.

Debugging Applications

  • Describing the debugging process.
  • Debugging an application with Event Rules Debugger.

Evaluating Application Performance

  • Describing performance engineering concepts.
  • Describing performance analysis.
  • Describing common performance issues.
  • Describing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne performance analysis tools.

Troubleshooting JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications

  • Describing troubleshooting principles.
  • Diagnosing application issues.

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

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