ORACLE DELIVER JDE E1 TOOLS 126.96.36.199 UPDATE
Hot on the heels of the April’s update, Oracle released another enhancement to JD Edwards ERP tools (188.8.131.52).
Following is a short run down of some of the more interesting enhancements,
- The range of third-party REST services that orchestrations can securely invoke has been expanded through the x.509 public key certificates.
- There is now improved performance with the HTTP compression for AIS output and queue control for AIS requests.
- You can now print orchestrations to a PDF file to support process documentation for auditing and archival processes.
- Nested Orchestrations can be expanded/collapsed, which will be handy for designers.
- Creating Form and Row Exits in form extensions
- This enhancement enables users to create new form and row exits in Form Extensions. This enables customers to tailor the end-user experience for their specific business processes to improve user productivity. Additionally, end-users can leverage the form interconnects to pass information in the exit so specific data is available in the called form, all without customizations. Because this capability is now included as part of form extensions, it is no longer necessary to develop and deploy form customizations using Form Design Aid to add new form and row exits.
At the end user experience level, there have been a number of enhancements to the forms feature that give end users improved UX related powers.
The best part of this update is that it is designed to reduce the level of customisations, as form interconnects pass information, so that specific data is available in the called form – improving end user productivity. Additional translations for Udo’s are also available.
You can read the official list of 184.108.40.206 enhancements here: https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E84502_01/learnjde/announcements.html#Orchestrator
Oracles continuous innovation release strategy for JD Edwards ensures you don’t need to go through major ERP upgrade projects with your ERP ever again.
Your investment in JD Edwards ERP is secure on this incremental enhancement path thanks to Oracle’s Applications Unlimited policy, until 2031. As recently pointed out by Lyle Ekdahl, if that isn’t far enough into the future, because you know exactly what your company will be doing in 2031 please get in touch directly, he’d love to know. (As would we.)
Ndevr supports companies with the incremental updates through our Continuously Code Current . For companies on the latest release of JD Edwards we apply the continuous product enhancements according to a timeline that suits your business.