Documentations

alaindee

Member
G'day! Is there any documentation that I can find to help me sort out how a
specific JDE program does the work aside from reading the entire code? or
any alternate option I can do to understand JDE programs. I need to know
any documentation (books, websites, technical references) Thank you in
advance!


Alain Patrick dela Pena
IS Department
Baxter Healthcare Pty Ltd (AUS)
web: http://www.baxter.com
email: patrick_dela_pena@baxter.com
 

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www.JDEList.com has technical books on JDE for sale at a discount. For
applications start reading the user guides and take some of the application
training from JDE. If you have specific questions about a particular
program, post your question to JDEList. Also, somewhere on this page is a
mention of another website that some have found helpful.

:)

Andy

Andy Klee
Klee Associates
JD Edwards Certified Professional
Tel: 970 856 4811

www.JDETips.com



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scott_parker

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Re: RE: Documentations

Besides the books mentioned you can also go to a menu and type the word Help then the menu Option number.
this will give you some more information on the program.

I do not know of any really good technical book.

Scott Parker
Grote Industries, LLC.
WorldSoftware Version 8.1.2 AS/400 V4R4 (soon to be V4R5)
 

Suni

Active Member
In addition, to print the help text for any program on a menu or not, try
Menu option 5/G91 "Instructions". This will run Job J98870, a DW over the
F98HELP file
 
RE: RE: Documentations

Thanks for the tips !

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> Besides the books mentioned you can also go to a menu and type the word
> Help then the menu Option number.
> this will give you some more information on the program.
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> I do not know of any really good technical book.
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> Scott Parker
> Grote Industries, LLC.
> WorldSoftware Version 8.1.2 AS/400 V4R4 (soon to be V4R5)
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Alain,

The documentation CD for the World software has some pretty good information
in the technical section. There are a limited number of JDE program types
generated by the CASE tool, so if you've seen one (of a type) you've pretty
much seen them all.

There is also a book which was discussed on this list some time ago: JDE
World Software -- An Administrator's Guide that is a bit easier to read than
the dry JDE documentation. It doesn't cover everything, but nothing does.

Here's a link to the book:


http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0072124628/odaysailboaunoff/102-5894806-9261720

HTH,

Mike


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