|JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Interoperability Fundamentals Implementation Guide
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This chapter contains the following topics:
This section provides an overview of inbound interoperability for Quality Management, lists prerequisites, and discusses how to:
Set processing options for Batch Test Results (R3711Z1I).
Run the Batch Test Results program.
You run the Inbound Flat File Conversion program (R47002C) to copy the data from the flat file to the Test Results Unedited Transaction Table (F3711Z1) if you have set up a flat file cross-reference to this table.
Note:We provide transaction type JDEQMTR for Quality Management test results.
You run the Batch Test Results program (R3711Z1I) to copy the information from the unedited transaction table to the Test Results table (F3711).
Before you complete the tasks in this section:
Set up flat file cross-references.
Run the Inbound Flat File Conversion program (R47002C).
Specify the version of the Test Results program to use when running this report. The version entered determines the processing option values to be used when updating the Test Results table (F3711). If you leave this processing option blank, the system uses the ZJDE0001 version
Select Quality Management Interoperability (G37311), Batch Test Results.
This section provides an overview of reviewing and revising interoperability transactions for Quality Management, lists the forms used to review and revise interoperability transactions for Quality Management, and discusses how to set processing options for Test Results Transactions Revisions (P3711Z1).
Running a transaction process, such as Batch Test Results program (R3711Z1I), often identifies one or more inbound transactions that contain invalid transactions. The Batch Test Results program identifies the invalid transaction and sends an error message to the Work Center (P012501). The error message indicates the transaction number for the transaction in error.
You can use the Test Results Transactions Revisions program (P3711Z1) to review and revise inbound transactions. You can add, change, or delete transactions containing errors; then you run the transaction process again. Continue to make corrections and rerun the transaction process until the program runs without errors.
|Work With Test Results Transaction Records||W3711Z1A||Quality Management Interoperability (G37311), Test Results Transactions Revisions||Review and revise a transaction.|
|Test Results Transaction Records Revisions||W3711Z1C||Select Revisions from the Row menu on Work With Test Results Transaction Records.||Review or change additional detail information.
Rerun the transaction process to identify further errors and check that errors were corrected.
This processing option enables you to specify the transaction type that the program uses to select transactions for display.
Specify the transaction type for test results transactions. If you leave this field blank, the system uses transaction type JDEQMTR.
This processing option controls the version of the Test Results Transactions program (R3711Z1I) that is called from the Test Results Transactions Revisions program (P37311Z1).
Specify the version of Inbound Process of Test Results Transactions (R3711Z1I) to run when you select Submit from the Row menu on the Work With Test Results Transaction Records form. If you leave this field blank, the system uses version ZJDE0001.
These processing options affect how the system displays information.
Enter a code to select the view preference: Values are:
1: View unprocessed records.
2: View records processed successfully.
3: View records processed with errors.
If you leave this processing option blank, the system displays unprocessed records.
Specify the direction indicator. Values are:
1: Inbound records.
2: Outbound records.
If you leave this processing option blank, the system displays inbound records.
This section provides an overview of purging interoperability transactions and discusses how to purge interoperability transactions.
For records in the Processing Log table (F0046) that are marked as processed, the program purges the associated transactions in the corresponding interoperability tables, as well as the records in the F0046 table. If the records in the F0046 table are not marked as processed, the program does not purge any records.