HELP WANTED: With or Without JDE E1 UX One Experience Part 3 (E1 Landing Page Management)

 Jonnel Tenorio, Sr. Techno-Functional Consultant

Hello again, it’s crisp, cool autumn-like-with-no-falling-leaves ambiance in sunny Southern California!

Welcome to my third article on JD Edwards E1 UX One. UX One is a significant piece in the evolution of Oracle’s JD Edwards application and just like your favorite appetizers or tapas plates I plan to keep serving them until we all get our fill!

JDE E1 UX One parts 1 and 2 is in our July and August edition at https://www.getgsi.com/jd-edwards/newsletter page. It will certainly help to go through them to get the progression of UX One, but there’s no need to worry about reading them in order because I write them uniquely with their own storyline so everyone will be able to relate and connect to the main subject – UX One. Think of it like following a sitcom with plots and twist in each episode that revolves around its main characters.

Again, in part 1 we presented UX One as the umbrella of the JDE UDO feature.

UX = (innovative) User Experience

One = (for JD Edwards Enterprise) One

In part 2, we dig deep into ALERT-ANALYZE-ACT and discussed the landing page for Accounts Payable Manager role – one of many JDE E1 UX One canned roles delivered by JD Edwards. Mostly likely we can identify and use one or more from over fifty roles delivered by JDE to do our job and daily task effectively. But what if our business is so unique that we need to build our own Packing Manager UX One role.  Is it doable? Do we need a programmer? How do we start?  YES, it is doable. No, no programmers needed – hello Citizen Developers!  And we start by creating the E1 Landing Page, also known as Classic Enterprise One Page (with minimum tools release 9.2.0.2) and off we go.

As defined in part 1, Enterprise One Landing Pages, or Classic EnterpriseOne Pages, also known as EnterpriseOne Pages (introduced in Tools Release 9.2.0.2) are the first screen JDE end users see upon login to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. These pages are HTML files and can contain any HTML enabled functions, such as interactive workflows, URL links and web pages with cool images, company logos, and so forth that can be further personalized by role, activity or preference. This article will focus on Landing Page management within Enterprise One. Building and revising the actual landing page – referred to as E1 Page Composer will be coming in future articles. The E1 Page Composer tool and binding images, graphs, alerts, or links may require a bit of HTML background to effectively configure or create the E1 Landing Page.

Managing the E1 Landing Page as of tools release 9.2.3.x can be launched from the Roles and Personalization drop-down on the upper right corner right next to your JD Edwards Enterprise One login.  The Classic Pages application can be found under Personalization, Manage Content:

The E1Page Manager is a simple interface with just one required field (description optional – but highly suggested) plus a couple of radio buttons to specify the page type to tell JDE Enterprise One where to pull it from:

When selecting the Page URL radio button to build the E1 Landing page, verifying the site is key. The “Verify URL” button will validate and confirm the page in the Enter Page URL field:

And to double check the page comes up properly, click “View URL” button:

A successful validation will display the site specified in the Enter Page URL field.