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  • An Open Letter from Lyle Ekdahl, Group Vice President and General Manager, Oracle's JD Edwards

    - by Brian Dayton
    From Lyle Ekdahl, Group Vice President and General Manager, Oracle's JD Edwards As you may have heard, we recently announced some changes to the way Oracle will offer licensing of technology products with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. Specifically, we have withdrawn from new sales the product known as JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Technology Foundation ("Blue Stack"). Our motivation for this change is simply to streamline licensing for our customers. Going forward, customers will license Oracle products from Oracle and IBM products from IBM. Customers who are currently licensed for Technology Foundation will continue to receive support--unchanged--through September 30, 2016. This announcement affects how customers license these IBM products; it does not affect Oracle's certification roadmap for IBM products with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. Customers who are currently running their JD Edwards EnterpriseOne infrastructure using IBM platform components can continue to do so regardless of whether they license these components via Technology Foundation or directly from IBM. New customers choosing to run JD Edwards EnterpriseOne on IBM technology should license JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Core Tools from Oracle while licensing Infrastructure and any licenses of IBM products from IBM. For more information about this announcement, customers should refer to My Oracle Support article 1232453.1 Questions included in the "Frequently Asked Questions" document on My Oracle Support: Is Oracle dropping support for IBM DB2 and IBM WebSphere with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne? No. This announcement affects how customers license these IBM products; it does not affect Oracle's certification roadmap for these products. The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne matrix of supported databases, web servers, and portals remains unchanged, including planned support for IBM DB2, IBM WebSphere Application Server, and IBM WebSphere Portal. Customers who are currently running their JD Edwards EnterpriseOne infrastructure using IBM platform components can continue to do so regardless of whether they license these components via Technology Foundation or directly from IBM. As always, the timing and versions of such third-party certifications remain at Oracle's discretion. Does this announcement mean that Oracle is withdrawing support for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne on the IBM i platform? Absolutely not. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne support on the IBM i platform remains unchanged. This announcement simply states that customers will acquire Oracle products from Oracle and IBM products from IBM. In fact, as evidenced by the recent "IBM i Solution Edition for JD Edwards" offering, IBM and the JD Edwards product teams continue to innovate and offer attractive, cost-competitive solutions to the ERP marketplace. For more information about this offering see: http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/i/advantages/oracle/. I hope this clarifies any concerns. Let me know if you have any additional questions or concerns. -Lyle

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  • Presentaciones del Customers Day sobre J.D. Edwards

    - by [email protected]
    Durante el Customers Day sobre J.D. Edwards celebrado el pasado 9 de marzo de 2010, se presentaron los siguientes servicios: E1 Gestión de Mantenimiento Impacto del cambio en los tipos de IVA BI Apps para J.D. Edwards A continuación puede encontrar las presentaciones incrustadas. Presentacion JDE Customers Day 1 E1 Gestion de MantenimientoView more presentations from oracledirect. Presentacion JDE Customers Day 2 Impacto Cambio Tipos IVAView more presentations from oracledirect. Presentacion JDE Customers Day 3 BI Apps para JDEView more presentations from oracledirect.

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  • JD Edwards in the Cloud…Really Already!

    - by user709270
    Yes, there is a lot of conversation about Oracle and the cloud.  Many of you may assume that Oracle applications in the cloud  only apply to Oracle Fusion Applications.  And JD Edwards customers are curious about if, when and how JD Edwards might be offered to them as a subscription offering.  The truth of the matter is that Oracle partners today are providing a JD Edwards subscription offering.  In order to help you understand what’s available, please read on for the reader’s digest version! Let’s start with a definition.  JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is available as an Accelerate subscription.  Oracle “Accelerate” subscription is Oracle's approach for providing simple to deploy, packaged, enterprise-class software solutions to growing midsize organizations through its network of expert partners. The partners that offer Oracle  JD Edwards Accelerate Subscriptions do so via their Partner Private Clouds (PPC).  The Oracle JD Edwards cloud solutions are offered only by qualified Oracle JD Edwards partners and they provide customers a complete Oracle solution that includes license software, maintenance, hosting and other services on a monthly subscription basis.  Qualified partners must be members of Oracle PartnerNetwork, be an Oracle Accelerate solutions provider and be enabled to deliver JD Edwards applications via Oracle Business Accelerator rapid implementation technology.  Currently we have many JD Edwards partners around the globe that offer the JD Edwards Accelerate Subscription model.  To access a list of Oracle JD Edwards partners currently in this program click here.  To learn more about Oracle JD Edwards Cloud Computing read this recently published white paper:   Oracle JD Edwards Cloud Computing. Choosing a deployment strategy that fits

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  • Oracle Open World 2013 - JD Edwards at Your Fingertips

    - by KemButller
    The Oracle & JD Edwards Universe at Your Fingertips!  Oracle Open World features thousands of sessions from which attendees can choose, including keynotes, technical sessions, demos, and hands-on labs. Hundreds of exhibitors will be on hand to share what they’re bringing to the leading edge of Oracle technology. You will have an infinite number of opportunities to network, trade information with peers, and gain insights from experts. For JD Edwards’ customers this valuable experience is twofold. Enjoy the convenience of attending the core JD Edwards’ program featured at the Intercontinental Hotel and experience the keynotes, educational sessions, networking events and partner solutions exhibited at the adjacent Moscone Convention Center.  Highlights for JD Edwards Customers:  Kickoff with the JD Edwards General Session, followed by product strategy road map sessions.  Select from over 60 educational sessions specifically applicable to JD Edwards.  Deepen your knowledge by attending the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne technical hands on lab sessions including: o One View Reporting – basic and advanced o EnterpriseOne Page Generator o User Interface Personalization o Configuring Composite Applications with Café One  Chose from thousands of educational sessions offered throughout the entire conference covering Oracle applications, industries, middleware, server and storage systems and database.  Meet the JD Edwards experts in the Oracle DEMOGrounds and get hands on experience with the latest and hottest features in Applications, Tools and Technologies, Mobility, In-Memory Applications, Health and Safety Incident Management, User Experience and Reporting.  Visit the JD Edwards Partner Pavilion at the Intercontinental Hotel featuring partner organizations with solutions for JD Edwards’ customers.  Meet with the Oracle JD Edwards Upgrade team during the conference as part of the Upgrade Care Program. Maximize your conference experience and leave with the information and contacts you need to turbo-charge your upgrade planning. Contact Barbara.canham-AT-oracle-DOT-com prior to the conference for more information.  Arrive on Sunday to participate in sessions presented by the Special Interest Groups of Quest International User Group. Oracle OpenWorld

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  • What’s New in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 9.1

    - by Breanne Cooley
    Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1 offers customers significant updates to usability and business processes to improve productivity and bolster business value. This release addresses critical user needs, while delivering key enhancements in several areas, including:  New User Experience Release 9.1 offers significant enhancements to the user experience. New Web 2.0 features reduce task time and enable you to access meaningful information. Enhanced Reporting Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne One View Reporting is a breakthrough solution that allows business users to create interactive reports - without IT support. Industry Specific Functionality This new release delivers key enhancements for the consumer goods, real estate management and manufacturing and distribution industries. Enhanced Support for Global Operations JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1 supports global operations with several new features, including enhancements that consider the entire ERP business process associated with managing country of origin requirements. Productivity Features This new release offers new more tightly integrated business processes and other productivity advancements like improved data access and enhanced financial controls. Want to find out more? ü Bookmark the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne web page ü Listen to the Podcast: Announcing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1  ü Watch the Demo: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1 Features Demo ü Watch the Demo: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne One View Reporting Demo  ü Review the Data Sheet: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools 9.1  New Training JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1 training through Oracle University is designed to help you leverage these usability and productivity enhancements. The curriculum is aligned to the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne products and will teach your team how to efficiently and effectively implement and use your applications. Get started today! View available training and schedules.   -Jim Vonick, Oracle University Market Development Manager 

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  • World Record Batch Rate on Oracle JD Edwards Consolidated Workload with SPARC T4-2

    - by Brian
    Oracle produced a World Record batch throughput for single system results on Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Day-in-the-Life benchmark using Oracle's SPARC T4-2 server running Oracle Solaris Containers and consolidating JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, Oracle WebLogic servers and the Oracle Database 11g Release 2. The workload includes both online and batch workload. The SPARC T4-2 server delivered a result of 8,000 online users while concurrently executing a mix of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Long and Short batch processes at 95.5 UBEs/min (Universal Batch Engines per minute). In order to obtain this record benchmark result, the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, Oracle WebLogic and Oracle Database 11g Release 2 servers were executed each in separate Oracle Solaris Containers which enabled optimal system resources distribution and performance together with scalable and manageable virtualization. One SPARC T4-2 server running Oracle Solaris Containers and consolidating JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, Oracle WebLogic servers and the Oracle Database 11g Release 2 utilized only 55% of the available CPU power. The Oracle DB server in a Shared Server configuration allows for optimized CPU resource utilization and significant memory savings on the SPARC T4-2 server without sacrificing performance. This configuration with SPARC T4-2 server has achieved 33% more Users/core, 47% more UBEs/min and 78% more Users/rack unit than the IBM Power 770 server. The SPARC T4-2 server with 2 processors ran the JD Edwards "Day-in-the-Life" benchmark and supported 8,000 concurrent online users while concurrently executing mixed batch workloads at 95.5 UBEs per minute. The IBM Power 770 server with twice as many processors supported only 12,000 concurrent online users while concurrently executing mixed batch workloads at only 65 UBEs per minute. This benchmark demonstrates more than 2x cost savings by consolidating the complete solution in a single SPARC T4-2 server compared to earlier published results of 10,000 users and 67 UBEs per minute on two SPARC T4-2 and SPARC T4-1. The Oracle DB server used mirrored (RAID 1) volumes for the database providing high availability for the data without impacting performance. Performance Landscape JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Day in the Life (DIL) Benchmark Consolidated Online with Batch Workload System Rack Units BatchRate(UBEs/m) Online Users Users /Units Users /Core Version SPARC T4-2 (2 x SPARC T4, 2.85 GHz) 3 95.5 8,000 2,667 500 9.0.2 IBM Power 770 (4 x POWER7, 3.3 GHz, 32 cores) 8 65 12,000 1,500 375 9.0.2 Batch Rate (UBEs/m) — Batch transaction rate in UBEs per minute Configuration Summary Hardware Configuration: 1 x SPARC T4-2 server with 2 x SPARC T4 processors, 2.85 GHz 256 GB memory 4 x 300 GB 10K RPM SAS internal disk 2 x 300 GB internal SSD 2 x Sun Storage F5100 Flash Arrays Software Configuration: Oracle Solaris 10 Oracle Solaris Containers JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.0.2 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools (8.98.4.2) Oracle WebLogic Server 11g (10.3.4) Oracle HTTP Server 11g Oracle Database 11g Release 2 (11.2.0.1) Benchmark Description JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is an integrated applications suite of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software. Oracle offers 70 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne application modules to support a diverse set of business operations. Oracle's Day in the Life (DIL) kit is a suite of scripts that exercises most common transactions of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications, including business processes such as payroll, sales order, purchase order, work order, and manufacturing processes, such as ship confirmation. These are labeled by industry acronyms such as SCM, CRM, HCM, SRM and FMS. The kit's scripts execute transactions typical of a mid-sized manufacturing company. The workload consists of online transactions and the UBE – Universal Business Engine workload of 61 short and 4 long UBEs. LoadRunner runs the DIL workload, collects the user’s transactions response times and reports the key metric of Combined Weighted Average Transaction Response time. The UBE processes workload runs from the JD Enterprise Application server. Oracle's UBE processes come as three flavors: Short UBEs < 1 minute engage in Business Report and Summary Analysis, Mid UBEs > 1 minute create a large report of Account, Balance, and Full Address, Long UBEs > 2 minutes simulate Payroll, Sales Order, night only jobs. The UBE workload generates large numbers of PDF files reports and log files. The UBE Queues are categorized as the QBATCHD, a single threaded queue for large and medium UBEs, and the QPROCESS queue for short UBEs run concurrently. Oracle's UBE process performance metric is Number of Maximum Concurrent UBE processes at transaction rate, UBEs/minute. Key Points and Best Practices Two JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Application Servers, two Oracle WebLogic Servers 11g Release 1 coupled with two Oracle Web Tier HTTP server instances and one Oracle Database 11g Release 2 database on a single SPARC T4-2 server were hosted in separate Oracle Solaris Containers bound to four processor sets to demonstrate consolidation of multiple applications, web servers and the database with best resource utilizations. Interrupt fencing was configured on all Oracle Solaris Containers to channel the interrupts to processors other than the processor sets used for the JD Edwards Application server, Oracle WebLogic servers and the database server. A Oracle WebLogic vertical cluster was configured on each WebServer Container with twelve managed instances each to load balance users' requests and to provide the infrastructure that enables scaling to high number of users with ease of deployment and high availability. The database log writer was run in the real time RT class and bound to a processor set. The database redo logs were configured on the raw disk partitions. The Oracle Solaris Container running the Enterprise Application server completed 61 Short UBEs, 4 Long UBEs concurrently as the mixed size batch workload. The mixed size UBEs ran concurrently from the Enterprise Application server with the 8,000 online users driven by the LoadRunner. See Also SPARC T4-2 Server oracle.com OTN JD Edwards EnterpriseOne oracle.com OTN Oracle Solaris oracle.com OTN Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Enterprise Edition oracle.com OTN Oracle Fusion Middleware oracle.com OTN Disclosure Statement Copyright 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle and Java are registered trademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners. Results as of 09/30/2012.

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  • Oracle??57?JD Edwards??????

    - by user758881
    ??????????????,??????,Oracle???57?JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1 ???????57?!????????,??????JD Edwards??????????Bob Monahan??????????? “?????,”Monahan???“??????,?????????????????JD Edwards EnterpriseOne???????????” Monahan?????,?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????,??Oracle?????????????????,?????????????????,???????????,????????  “????????????????,??????????,”Monahan???“????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????,?????,GPS,???,?????,????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????;??????????????????;??????????????????????,????????,???????????” ??????,JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1????????????????????????????????????????,??,IT????URL?????????JD Edwards??????????? ??????????? ?? JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Mobile Solutions ??????????? Jim Lein ?????????????Oracle??????????1999???JD Edwards,???????Oracle15?????????Evergreen,Colorado,????????????????????????????????????????,????Oracle???

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  • How to get Java Decompiler / JD / JD-Eclipse running in Eclipse Helios

    - by Universalspezialist
    Java Decompiler (JD) is generally recommended as a good, well, Java Decompiler. JD-Eclipse is the Eclipse plugin for JD. I had problems on several different machines to get the plugin running. Whenever I tried to open a .class file, the standard "Source not found" editor would show, displaying lowlevel bytecode disassembly, not the Java source output you'd expect from a decompiler. Installation docs in http://java.decompiler.free.fr/?q=jdeclipse are not bad but quite vague when it comes to troubleshooting. Opening this question to collect additional information: What problems did you encounter before JD was running in Eclipse Helios? What was the solution?

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  • JD Edwards Delivers Once Again with Significant Announcements

    Listen to Lenley Hensarling, JD Edwards Group Vice President,talk about the significant JD Edwards announcements made during Oracle OpenWorld 2008.Lenley will highlight how JD Edwards’ customers can benefit from the latest product releases from EnterpriseOne and World,discuss the wave of companies who are upgrading to the most recent JD Edwards releases to take advantage of an array of industry specific enhancements,and elaborate on JD Edwards’ strategy about integrating to other Oracle solutions,bringing continuous value to customers.

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  • Simulación de carga productiva para anticipar errores

    - by [email protected]
    La presión por la agilidad en el día a día del negocio y por obtener siempre altos niveles de servicio hacen del manejo de la calidad un imperativo básico. Relacionado con ello, Oracle propone a través de su solución ATS (Application Testing Suite) servicios para cumplir con los objetivos de calidad. Oracle Functional Testing permitirá automatizar tediosas tareas de prueba reduciendo el nivel de esfuerzo dentro de los equipos de pruebas y garantizando calidad en cada cambio en los sistemas productivos. Oracle Load Testing permitirá simular carga productiva en los entornos y anticipar errores derivados de la concurrencia, congestión, rendimiento y falta de capacidad sin afectar a los usuarios finales. La suite de Oracle está probada y certificada sobre las siguientes plataformas: Siebel 7.x y 8.x, e-Business Suite 11i10 y superiores, Hyperion, Peoplesoft, JD Edwards, Aplicaciones Web, Web Services y sobre Base de Datos. Brochure: Oracle Load Testing

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  • Estrategias de monitorización y supervisión de entornos

    - by [email protected]
    El bajo rendimiento de un entorno de aplicación Oracle E-Business Suite, Siebel, Peoplesoft o Hyperion puede tener un impacto directo en puntos fundamentales de su negocio. Para sacar el mayor valor a la inversión realizada en Oracle, es crítico asegurar que sus aplicaciones funcionan óptimamente. Supervisando preventivamente la salud de su instalación a través de nuestros servicios de revisión de entornos productivos y monitorización de problemas de rendimiento usted puede identificar rápidamente y resolver cualquier problema potencial, reduciendo considerablemente cualquier impacto en su negocio. Brochure: Performance & Health Check

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  • For Oracle's JD Edwards Customers--IT's Getting Better All The Time

    - by Oracle Accelerate for Midsize Companies
    By Jim Lein, Programs Management Sr. Principal, Oracle Midsize Programs. The annual JD Edwards Oracle Profit Magazine Special Edition was released this week. Look for the print copy in your mailbox or access the online version here. I entered the software industry when I joined JD Edwards in 1999. The next six years were a wild roller coaster ride for employees, partners, and--most unfortunately--for many of our customers. (Not entirely my fault BTW). In this Special Edition, I immediately gravitated to Aaron Lazenby's interview with Lyle Ekdahl, Group VP and General Manager of Oracle JD Edwards, "Better All The Time".  I met Lyle in 2003 when he joined PeopleSoft to guide JD Edwards' CRM development. He dropped by my cube (it was a double-wide cube, mind you) to explain his strategy. It was an intense first impression. Passionate, competent, personable. From my discussions with partners and customers, it is clear that for Oracle's JD Edwards customers it is getting better all the time. Now I've got that darn Beatle's song stuck in my head...

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  • JD Edwards Apps in a Box - Update

    - by Hartmut Wiese
    Summary and clarification JD Edwards Apps in a box is a Partner offering to the customer. We as Oracle have a huge interest in getting a successful offering to the market and we help the Partner building their offering. We provide components like JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and the Hardware. The Business Partner adds the installation services and position this as a solution to the market for a single price. As you know JD Edwards EnterpriseOne can run on multiple hardware platforms. Linux/X-86 version As you all know we do have JD Edwards VM Templates available from Oracle for the X-86 architecture. Each Partner should or is already able to install JD Edwards EnterpriseOne using these images from our software delivery cloud. We built a master bill of material for a X3-2 Hardware configuration now. It has been uploaded on the Community Workspace now. This is a SUGGESTION and limited to 50 Users MAX. However I strongly recommend you to do a sizing as usual and verify the configuration for each opportunity individually. T4-1/X3-2 version Oracle is not providing similar images for the T4-1 SPARC / SOLARIS architecture. There is an Optimized Solution Team inside Oracle who has created an Optimized Solution for JD Edwards some time ago. They created a whitepaper which is still available to download. This whitepaper was used as a starting point however we decided to build a new version of it using the latest Software and Hardware available. This has now been finalized and we are happy to provide this to our partners. This image is more a service we provide for each partner which they can reuse and extend based on their individual offerings. It is not an official supported Oracle Product and cannot be used to deploy to customers immediately. You cannot resell “JDE in a box”. You can use these images to save time while building your own Go-to-Market offering. You might want to add functionality like Mobility. It is also not complete as also the Deployment Server needs to be configured individually at the customer site. We will create some documentation about: what this images contains (and what not)? what final installation activities needs to be provided by each VAD/Partner in this process?  I will send an email to the community once we are ready to share it. You find these assets than in the Community Workspace. The Business Model with Oracle Hardware For those who have not done any Hardware business with Oracle yet: Usually a HW reseller orders the hardware through a Value Add Distributors (VAD) and not from Oracle directly. Each Partner needs to have Hardware Resell rights to do so. The VAD is assembling the boxes according to the needs of each customer. It is easily possible for them to prepare the boxes with the images we/you provide. However the final configuration is something a reseller/implementer needs to do at the customer site. This process is not the same in the EMEA region. Sometimes a VAD are taking the order but they do not see the Hardware at all. In those cases a VAD cannot provide any help with the pre-loading of any images and the reseller/implementer needs to do that. In some countries we do not have VADs at all.

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  • ERP in a Flash! Latest News on JD Edwards and Oracle VM Templates

    - by Kem Butller-Oracle
    Oracle Announces the Availability of Oracle VM Templates for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1 Update 2 and Tools 9.1 Update 4.4 Continuing the commitment to rapid and predictable deployments of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, Oracle announces the general availability of Oracle VM templates for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Application release 9.1 Update 2 and Tools release 9.1 Update 4.4. These templates can be used with Oracle VM for x86, on the Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud, and on the Oracle Database Machine. Oracle VM Templates for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne accelerate the process of setting up a working environment compared to the traditional installation process. The templates can be a key component to a well-managed cloud infrastructure, allowing system administrators to quickly provision fully functional JD Edwards EnterpriseOne environments for evaluation, development, or production use. The templates contain preconfigured images of the major JD Edwards EnterpriseOne server components, including: • Enterprise server • HTML server • Database server • BI Publisher (for use with One View Reporting) • Business Services Server and ADF Runtime (for use with Mobile Smartphone Applications) • Application Interface Services (new with this release, for use with Mobile Enterprise Applications) • Server Manager (new with this release) The virtual server images are built on a complete Oracle technology stack, including Oracle VM for x86, Oracle Linux, Oracle WebLogic Server, Oracle Database, and Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher. The templates can be installed into an Oracle VM for x86 system running on standard x86 servers, the Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud, and the Oracle Database Appliance as a composite “all-in-one” system. The database can be deployed as a fully preconfigured VM template, or it can be deployed to a preexisting database server, for example, the Oracle Exadata Database Machine or the Oracle Database Appliance. This latest set of templates includes the following applications and technology components: • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Release 9.1 Update 2 with ESUs as of April 8, 2014 • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools 9.1 Update 4, maintenance pack 4 (9.1.4.4) • Oracle Database 12c (12.1.0.1) • Oracle WebLogic Server 12c (12.1.2) • Oracle Linux 5 Update 8, 64-bit • Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher 11.1.1.7.1, for use with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne One View Reporting • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Business Services Server and Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) 11.1.1.5, for use with the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Mobile Applications. The delivery also includes a JD Edwards EnterpriseOne deployment server preconfigured to match the content of the templates. This edition of the templates also includes enhanced configuration utilities that greatly simplify the process of configuring the templates for deployment into a running system. The templates are immediately available for download from the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud. For more information see: • My Oracle Support article 884592.1 • Oracle Technology Network

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  • JD Edwards World Reporting Made Easy with Real Time Reporting Tools from The GL Company

    Fred talks to Paul Yarwood, US Operations General Manager and Richard Crotty, North America Business Development Manager for The GL Company, an Oracle Certified Partner, and Denise Grills, Senior Director of Marketing and Product Strategy for Oracle's JD Edwards World products. They discuss how the finance department of JD Edwards World customers can have complete control over their management reporting with a true inquiry, consolidation, and reporting solution from The GL Company, freeing up the finance team from being dependent upon IT time and resources.

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  • Save the Date for Oracle’s 2015 JD Edwards Summit

    - by Catalin Teodor
    If you’re part of the JD Edwards community, you won’t want to miss our 6th annual JD Edwards Summit. Please save the date for this event in Broomfield, Colorado on Monday, February 2 through Thursday, February 5. Formal invitation and registration to come soon.We welcome the opportunity to hear from you regarding any specific topics you would like to see covered during this valuable exchange. Please send your ideas to Sheila Ebbitt at sheila.ebbitt-AT-oracle-DOT-com.Partners interested in sponsorship should contact Rene Chapman at rene.chapman-AT-oracle-DOT-com.

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  • The latest in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools and Technology Area

    Eric Oss, Manager of Customer Operations from the Oracle JD Edwards implementation and hosting partner WTS and Gary Grieshaber, Sr. Director, Strategy discuss the latest JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools 8.97 release, the feedback they have been receiving from the marketplace and why customers should take advantage of this new release.

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  • Converting System.DateTime to JD Edwards Date

    - by Christopher House
    As a follow up to my post the other day on converting a JD Edwards date to a .Net System.DateTime, here is some code to convert a System.DateTime to a JD Edwards date: public static double ToJdeDate(DateTime theDate) {   double jdeDate = 0d;   int dayInYear = theDate.DayOfYear;   int theYear = theDate.Year - 1900;   jdeDate = (theYear * 1000) + dayInYear;   return jdeDate; }

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  • The Latest JD Edwards World Technical Enhancements

    Tom Carrell, Principal Product Strategy Manager and Mike Jepkes, Senior Technical Development Manager for JD Edwards World products discuss with Cliff how customers can take full advantage of web enablement, service enablement along with many other new JD Edwards World technical enhancements.

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