At GSI we get a lot of companies asking us to analyze their databases after they experience performance and other issues. With Microsoft SQL Server there is one setting that, to the best of my recollection, is never set correctly – database collation. I know, never say never, but if I found it set correctly somewhere I sure don’t remember it. It’s a key setting and some applications – most notably JD Edwards EnterpriseOne – require a custom collation setting that is different from the default. If collation isn’t set right you’re going to have problems.
Hey, if you’re like me, you have a million different grids to see the data in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, from Queries to grid formats to Watchlists and more.
If I had a nickel for each time someone said …”Oh, I like that screen”, or, “Oh yeah, I hate the secondary qty, it’s always in my way”, I would not need to play the Powerball tonight. Of course, you always say “Just create a grid without it”, they either do it, or only do it half way.
Well, I’m here today to say all your hard work (actually pretty easy work) can be shared using the "Work with User Defined Objects (UDO)" screen, assuming you or someone you know (admin) have security to do so.
During this webcast, we will discuss the very latest JD Edwards INFOCUS conference highlights. We will review both the functional as well as technical changes to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and World applications that were announced at the conference.
In the GSI 360 section of the GSInsider, we share with you the latest GSI "out and about” pictures over the past month. For October, we have many great pictures from the Southeast RUG.
Here are the latest.