What Applications are Associated to Others?
JD Edwards has so many Form and Row Exits. Ever wonder how to find out what programs are called in row exits or other programs in JDE? Well, you are not alone. If you are a proud user of ALL Out Security, it is time to tell you it goes beyond security and helps you to find these answers in a few easy steps.
GSI hosts free JD Edwards educational webcasts throughout the year. Our upcoming webcasts are listed below. For each webcast, you will be entered into a drawing to win a prize if you attend the entire webcast. To register, click on the links below to register for the upcoming webcasts:
ESince the release of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2, GSI has hosted numerous EnterpriseOne 9.2 Upgrade Workshops around the country. In order to make this training available to everyone, we have taken our upgrade workshop virtual with our 6-part online upgrade workshop series. If you missed any of the past sessions, don't worry! Recordings of past sessions can be accessed in our resource center on our website at GSI Resource Center.
Have you ever wished that you could create an index that is visible to only your session, so you can test its effect without disturbing other users or before releasing it to production? Perhaps you wanted the index vanished for a few days to see if the query is really slow. Maybe you just wanted to use the index for particular job or reporting purposes.
Keeping it short and simple, how can I ensure that what I'm expecting is what I'll truly be getting? Well, one way to do that is with a POC, or Proof of Concept. Proof of Concepts happen in many different industries and for many different reasons, but it all boils down to the POC being documented evidence that a potential product or service can be successful. The proof of concept is that demonstration to verify that certain concepts or theories have the potential for real-world application and the prototype is designed to determine that feasibility, however, it does not necessarily represent the final deliverables.
Here is a quick rundown on what's new in release 9.2:
Simplified Upgrade Process - reduce time & effort for updating customizations & testing applications.
User Defined Objects - a simple & standardized process to manage user personalizations.
Simplified & Modern Application Interface