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    Media Object Feature – 9.2.1.0

    Do you want to know about the cool UX One Media Object Feature? Then watch this video !

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    Just an FYI - with 9.2.1.0, media objects and reports are now stored in the database instead of files.
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    Yep. Plus business function source, business services source, business view headers, table triggers etc. are stored in tables in central objects. Seems like they are removing any operating system file dependencies. Maybe cloud integration support? Getting rid of the deployment server? (or at least making it less of a dependency)
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    Yes, a good portion of the upcoming enhancements are geared towards cloud (these should have been done eons ago, IMO). They have been trying to get rid of the deployment server for a while. Not sure if they will be able to get rid of the fat client as all design tools are still heavily dependent on Windows.
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    Regarding storage of documents/objects in the database - what about existing media objects? Is there a conversion?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry_Jones View Post
    Regarding storage of documents/objects in the database - what about existing media objects? Is there a conversion?
    R98MODAT File Conversion
    =====================

    The R98MODAT Media Object Load UBE was created to move the media object files from the file system to the F98MODAT table and can be used to periodically upload new media object template files as needed. The following are some attributes of the report.

    The report driver is over the Media Object Queues (F98MOQUE) table in order to know where to retrieve the content from.
    Only queues of type 01, 02, and 05 are processed by the report.
    Type 01 are shared queues.
    Type 02 and 05 are personal queues.
    The report will display a list of all files processed, including each file’s status.

    In Tools Release 9.2.1, the UBE cannot run on the iSeries server or the fat client. Tentative: In a subsequent Tools maintenance pack the plan is to allow for the UBE to be able to run on all platforms, including the fat client.the fat client.

    For more information refer

    E1: MOBJ: Understanding Advanced Media Object (MOBJ) functionality available in 9.2.1 and newer (Doc ID 2199562.1)
    E1: MOBJ: Media Object Attachments Moved into the Database starting with Tools Release 9.2.1 (Doc ID 2212744.1)
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    A couple of notes on this. Firstly, be very careful with the file conversion because the same UBE can also be set to DELETE the files in the source directory. Secondly, if you're using multiple queues then you need to have a serious review of how you utilise media objects in JDE. Access to upload and download media objects is going to be through JDE rather than providing users with access to shares etc. It would be worthwhile looking at moving to a DMS and migrating to HTML links rather than uploading the media objects.

    Also, for customers that have a significant volume of media objects, it will be a rather expensive way to store this data. That is, your database generally runs on tier one storage solutions where as media objects can realistically be stored on low cost tier 3 storage without impacting user performance. You also need to take into account the impact it will have on your backup strategy.

    Last thing to consider, this is a brand new for JDE so tread carefully because the bleeding edge of technology can get very bloody! Media object are stored within the system tables so this is an instance wide deal so this can't go through the usual DV -> PY -> UA -> PD path for JDE changes.
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    Good advice Russell. We have approximately 1/2 Terabyte of MO Files that I'm not looking forward to moving into expensive RAID 10 storage.
    We can place the new tables on a separate tablespace that maps to a RAID 1 drive but I like the idea of using URL links for some of these files (all our scanned documents are stored as PDFs for example).
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    Craig,I believe that oracle wants to get rid of the deployment server. Oracle wants to run its' software in the Oracle Public Cloud, and not pay MSFT a rip on every install.

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    Hi Larry, your point was my first thought when I heard about Media Objects and Specs moving into the db. Aren't customers going to lose their collective minds when they realize they are paying a huge cost to store MO files. I am very interested in your opinion on this subject.

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