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Technology Behind JDE OneWorld

aprilynny

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Hi
I am a student and i got to research on the technology behind JDE OneWorld.
I would like to know other than Enterprise report writer which other tool sets will allow a user to do programme enhancement and modifications?

What kind of programming languages can be used to enhance and modify?

I hope someone can reply as soon as possible... and i don't understand some of the jargons. Hope u can type it out for me! Thank you!!!! very much.
 

CHo

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The another tool is FDA (Forms Design Aid) which is used for interactive applications.

The two languages are C and Event Rules, ER JDE language.

Hi
I am a student and i got to research on the technology behind JDE OneWorld.
I would like to know other than Enterprise report writer which other tool sets will allow a user to do programme enhancement and modifications?

What kind of programming languages can be used to enhance and modify?

I hope someone can reply as soon as possible... and i don't understand some of the jargons. Hope u can type it out for me! Thank you!!!! very much.




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OneWorld.
sets will allow a user to do programme
some of the jargons. Hope u can type it out for me! >>Thank you!!!! very
much.

The following textbooks should be of use/reference:
J.D. Edwards OneWorld The Complete Reference 0-07-212510-1
J.D. Edwards OneWorld An Administrator's Guide 0-07-212462-8
J.D. Edwards OneWorld A Developer's Guide 0-07-212316-8

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JRev

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Report Writer is used for batch applications also called UBE's (Universal Batch Engine.)

Forms Design is used to create/modify applications. This is a great tool for modifying applications and works much like report writer.

Table Design is used to create/modify Oneworld tables.

Business View Design is used to create modify OW business views. These are what are used to generate SQL and identify what information is needed from what tables. These are basically in between the tables themselves and interactive and batch applications.

Event rules are basically rules set up to be triggered at a specific events. Many JDE applications use event rules, which follows it own language (very easy to use) This way, somewhat can modify code without being an expert in C/C++. Named event rules can be created which are (repeatable) event rules that can be called in a variety of locations. These are in essence business functions.

Business functions are written in C/C++ and trigger calculations, table fetches, updates etcetera.

All the above development can be done with Oneworld with the exception of business functions, which are created/modified using Visual C++.

Being a non-programmer with very little knowldedge of C, I still find it pretty straightforward to work with JDE. JDE courses are very good too, although I have only taken Report Writer.

The best resource I have used is the book that was mentioned earlier. JDE Oneworld Devleloper's Guide. You can find it off JDElist, and it's well worth the price.

Hope this helps a bit,

Justin


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hotm6654

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One thing to note is that OneWorld follows both the COM and Corba models. A
significant portion of the code is exposed for JAVA, JSCRIPT, VB, Delphi,
XML, etc. So, in theory those programming languages are applicable as well.

IMHO, unless at least 66% of your new application adheres to the OneWorld
programming model (jiti dict, OW Business Data, NER, Master BSFNs, ANSI-SQL,
OCM-based, OneWorld security, distributed processing, etc.), you should
develop it outside of the OneWorld tools (VB, Java, etc.).






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