GETTING GROOVY WITH THE ORCHESTRATOR

Groovy, Orchestrator, and JD Edwards

85%-95% of Orchestrations are no-code, however the rest require a low-code solution – Groovy fills this gap:

The following insight, including the screen shots, is the short version of an excellent presentation delivered by Larry Furino of ACBM Solutions, at the recent Quest JDE week .

Groovy is a programming language that is often used by Java developers, and that can run on any platform. (Learn more about Groovy here)

So how can Groovy be used in Orchestrator?

  1. In the orchestration output (to grab and format output)
  2. In connectors (database and REST connectors) to manipulate output from connector
  3. Custom requests

Get in touch if you’d like our help getting Groovy within Orchestrator, with a project, or training for your staff.

Use Case #1: Reading Equipment Data from a Database
Use Case #1: Reading Equipment Data from a Database
Use Case #1: Reading Equipment Data from a Database -part2
Use Case #1: Reading Equipment Data from a Database, Continued
Use Case # 2 Manipulating Orchestrator Output
Use Case # 2 (image 1) Manipulating Orchestrator Output
Use Case # 2 (image 2) Manipulating Orchestrator Output
Use Case # 3 Update Advanced Pricing
Use Case # 3 Update Advanced Pricing (Image 1)
Use Case # 3 Update Advanced Pricing
Use Case # 3 Update Advanced Pricing (Image 2) Note: No QBE On Screen

ADDITIONAL JD EDWARDS 9.2 RESOURCES

How To Use Orchestrator

On Demand Webinar: How to Use Orchestrator for JD Edwards9.2

Join our senior consultant, Anne Thiele, as she demonstrates how to use the Orchestrator feature of JDE 9.2

JDE & The Industrial Internet of Things

A Collection of JDE IIoT Use Cases

Learn how Trek Bikes, Granite Construction and others are using JD Edwards ERP combined with the Industrial Internet of Things to save time and money.