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JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Development Tools: Data Access Tools Guide
Release 8.98 Update 4

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A

Add EnterpriseOne Object to the Project form, 2.7.1, 7.4.1, 9.3.3, 9.4.2
Add Object form, 2.7.1, 2.7.2, 7.4.1, 7.4.2, 9.3.3, 9.3.4, 9.4.2
Advanced Inputs form, 9.4.7
AssignmentExpression, description for using in event rules, 4.1
audit trails, adding information to tables, 2.3.1

B

Batch Application Design form, 9.3.3, 9.4.2
batch applications, searching in Cross Reference Facility, 5.2.1.3
Batch Delete
deleting records using, 9.8.3
example, 9.8.1.1
understanding, 9.8.1
batch versions
overriding table conversion properties, 10.2.2
processing table conversions, 10.1
buffered inserts
getting error messages for, 3.2.1
understanding, 3.2
using in table I/O, 3.5.3
using special operations, 3.5.4
business functions
description for using in event rules, 4.1
business functions, searching in Cross Reference Facility, 5.2.1.4
Business View Design Aid form, 7.4.1, 7.4.3, 7.4.5
Business View Design Aid, forms included in, 7.3
business view joins, types, 6.1.1
business views
adding, 7.4.2
creating table unions in, 7.4.7
deleting components, 7.3.1
designing, 7.1
joining tables in, 7.4.6
naming, 7.2
naming conventions for external developers, 7.2.1
naming joined business views, 7.2.2
searching in Cross Reference Facility, 5.2.1.5
selecting data items for, 7.4.4
selecting tables for, 7.4.3
understanding, 6.1
understanding primary key fields, 6.1.4
understanding Select Distinct, 6.1.3
understanding selecting data items for, 7.3.3
understanding selecting tables for, 7.3.2
understanding table joins, 6.1.1
understanding using Select Distinct, 7.3.4
using in table conversions, 8.3
using Select Distinct, 7.4.5

C

Copy Environment form, 11.3.1, 11.3.2
Copy Table form, 2.7.1, 2.7.10
copying
data, 9.6.1
tables, 2.5.4, 2.7.10
CopyTableDataSource system function, 9.9.1.1
CopyTableEnvironment system function, 9.9.1.1
Cross Reference Facility
rebuilding cross reference information, 5.4.1, 5.4.2, 5.5.5
searching for batch applications, 5.2.1.3
searching for business functions, 5.2.1.4
searching for business views, 5.2.1.5
searching for data items, 5.2.1.1
searching for data structures, 5.2.1.6
searching for event rules, 5.2.1.9
searching for forms, 5.2.1.8
searching for interactive applications, 5.2.1.2
searching for objects, 5.2
searching for tables, 5.2.1.7
understanding, 5.1
Cross Reference form, 5.5.1, 5.5.2, 5.5.5
cross reference information, rebuilding, 5.4.1, 5.4.2, 5.5.5
currency columns, using Select Distinct with, 7.3.4

D

data
copying using Data Copy, 9.6.3
copying using Data Copy with Table Input, 9.7.3
understanding converting, 9.4.1
understanding copying, 9.6.1
understanding copying with table input, 9.7.1
viewing in tables, 2.6
viewing in tables using Universal Table Browser, 2.7.12
Data Browser
understanding, 2.6
viewing data in tables, 2.6
Data Changed event, description, 9.2
data conversion
example, 9.4.1.1
understanding, 9.4.1
Data Copy with Table Input, copying data using, 9.7.3
Data Copy, copying data using, 9.6.3
data dictionary, creating handles, 3.5.5
data items
searching in Cross Reference Facility, 5.2.1.1
selecting for business views, 7.3.3, 7.4.4
using to create tables, 2.4.2
data selection
defining in table conversions, 9.4.5
understanding in table conversions, 8.5
data sequencing
defining in table conversions, 9.4.5
understanding in table conversions, 8.5
Data Sequencing form, 9.4.5
Data Source Revisions form, 11.2.1, 11.2.2
data sources, adding for foreign tables, 11.2.2
data structures
attaching to table conversions, 9.4.3
searching in Cross Reference Facility, 5.2.1.6
debug logging
defining trace levels for, 10.3.1.2
difference from logging options, 10.3.1.1
setting the trace level on the server, 10.3.3
setting the trace level on the workstation, 10.3.2
default OCM mapping, setting up for foreign tables, 11.4.1
DeleteCurrentInputRow, 9.9.1.1

E

Else, description for using in event rules, 4.1
environments, adding for foreign tables, 11.3.2
ER Search form, 5.5.1, 5.5.3
error messaging, using for buffered inserts, 3.2.1
event flow in table conversions, 9.2
event rules
creating in table conversions, 9.9.2
creating table I/O, 3.1, 3.5.2
events available for tables, 4.1
functions available for tables, 4.1
searching in Cross Reference Facility, 5.2.1.9, 5.5.3
understanding in table conversions, 9.9.1
understanding table I/O, 3.1
Event Rules Design form, 3.5.2, 9.9.2
events
order in which they occur in table conversions, 9.2
used in tables, 4.1
exporting text files, 9.5.1.1
External Data form, 9.4.3
external data, defining for table conversions, 9.4.3
external developer considerations, naming conventions for business views, 7.2.1

F

Field Relationships form, 5.5.1, 5.5.4
field relationships, viewing in Cross Reference Facility, 5.5.4
file formats
defining for table conversions, 9.5
defining multiple format delimited files, 9.5.4
defining multiple format fixed-width files, 9.5.6
defining single format delimited files, 9.5.3
defining single format fixed-width files, 9.5.5
understanding user-defined, 9.5.1
Finish form, 9.4.9
fixed-width multiple format files, defining, 9.5.6
fixed-width single format files, defining, 9.5.5
flat files, 8.1
Flush Insert Buffer, using to maintain integrity of table I/O, 3.3
foreign tables
adding a JD Edwards EnterpriseOne environment for, 11.3.2
adding data sources for, 11.2.2
definition of, 8.2
setting up a default OCM mapping for, 11.4.1
understanding, 11.1
Format Fetched event, description, 9.2
forms, searching in Cross Reference Facility, 5.2.1.8

G

Generate Indexes form, 2.7.1, 2.7.8
Generate Table form, 2.7.1, 2.7.7
generation
generating tables, 2.5.1
understanding generating header files, 2.5.3
understanding generating indices, 2.5.2
Get Error Data, using to retrieve errors for table I/O, 3.3

H

handles
creating, 3.5.5
understanding, 3.4
understanding using, 3.4
using with table I/O, 3.5.6
header files
generating, 2.7.9
understanding generating, 2.5.3

I

IfWhile, description for using in event rules, 4.1
importing text files, 9.5.1.1
indices
defining in tables, 2.7.5
generating, 2.7.8
naming, 2.3.3
understanding, 2.4.3
understanding generating, 2.5.2
understanding guidelines, 2.3.3
inner joins, understanding in business views, 6.1.1
input environments
defining for table conversions, 9.4.4
understanding in table conversions, 8.6
inputs
defining for table conversions, 9.4.5
mapping to outputs in table conversions, 9.4.7
interactive applications, searching in Cross Reference Facility, 5.2.1.2
Introduction form, 9.4.3, 9.6.3, 9.7.3, 9.8.1.1, 9.8.3

J

JD Edwards Data Sources form, 10.2.3
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne naming conventions for business views, 7.2.1
jde.ini
defining the number of rows to process, 10.3.4
forcing row-by-row conversion, 10.3.4
reviewing the logging definition, 10.2.2
reviewing the StopAfterRow setting, 10.2.5
reviewing the Trace Level setting, 10.2.5
setting the trace level for debug logging, 10.3.3
setting the trace level on the workstation, 10.3.2
joined business views, naming, 7.2.2
joins, types in business views, 6.1.1

K

key fields, understanding, 6.1.4

L

left outer joins
diagram, 6.1.1
understanding in business views, 6.1.1
List of values form, 9.4.5
logging options
deference from debug logging, 10.3.1.1
selecting for table conversions, 9.4.8
Logging Options form, 9.4.8

M

Machine Search & Select (W986110D) form, 11.4.2, 11.4.3
Machine Search & Select (W986115E) form, 11.2.1
Mapping form, 9.4.7
mapping operators, valid for table I/O, 3.1.2
multiple-format files, defining, 9.5.4

N

naming conventions
naming business views, 7.2
naming business views for external development, 7.2.1
naming indices, 2.3.3
naming joined table business views, 7.2.2
naming tables, 2.3.2
navigation assistant, understanding, 9.3.1
New Column Properties form, 9.5.3, 9.5.4, 9.5.5, 9.5.6

O

Object Configuration Manager (P986110), 2.5.1
Object Management Workbench form, 2.7.1, 4.2.2, 7.4.1, 9.3.3, 9.4.2
Object Mapping Revisions form, 11.4.2
objects, searching in Cross Reference Facility, 5.2, 5.5.2
OCM mappings
setting up for foreign tables, 11.4.3
output environments
defining for table conversions, 9.4.4
understanding in table conversions, 8.6
outputs
defining in table conversions, 9.4.6
mapping to inputs in table conversions, 9.4.7

P

primary key fields, understanding, 6.1.4
Process Begin event, description, 9.2
Process End event, description, 9.2
process flow, understanding in table conversions, 9.2
processing location for table conversions, overriding, 10.2.6
processing options, attaching to table conversions, 9.4.3
properties
overriding at runtime, 10.2.4
overriding for new table conversion versions, 10.2.5
overriding in versions of table conversions, 10.2.2
Properties form, 10.2.3, 10.2.5

R

Range of values form, 9.4.5
records, deleting from tables, 9.8.1
Remove Table form, 2.7.1, 2.7.11
right outer joins
diagram, 6.1.1
understanding in business views, 6.1.1
Row Fetched event, description, 9.2
row-by-row conversion, defining in the jde.ini, 10.3.4
rows to process, defining in the jde.ini, 10.3.4

S

Security Workbench (P00950), 2.6
Select Actions form, 9.6.3
Select Distinct
example, 7.3.4.1
understanding, 6.1.3
understanding using, 7.3.4
using in business views, 7.4.5
using with currency columns, 7.3.4
Select Environments form, 9.4.4
Select Input form, 9.4.5, 9.5.3, 9.5.4, 9.5.5, 9.5.6
Select Object form, 9.5.3, 9.5.4, 9.5.5, 9.5.6
Select Output form, 9.4.6, 9.5.3, 9.5.4, 9.5.5, 9.5.6
server, setting the trace level in the jde.ini, 10.3.3
SetSelectionAppendFlag system function, 9.9.1.1
SetUserSelection system function, 9.9.1.1
simple joins
diagram, 6.1.1
understanding in business views, 6.1.1
Single value form, 9.4.5
single-format files, defining, 9.5.3
special operations
example of Get Error Data, 3.3.1
understanding Flush Insert Buffer and Get Error Data, 3.3
SQL 92 left outer joins, understanding in business views, 6.1.1
StopAfterRow
adding to the jde.ini, 10.3.4
overriding the jde.ini, 10.2.4, 10.2.5
Submit Job-Work With Batch Versions-Available Versions form, 10.2.7
system functions
CopyTableDataSource, 9.9.1.1
CopyTableEnvironment, 9.9.1.1
DeleteCurrentInputRow, 9.9.1.1
description for using in event rules, 4.1
SetSelectionAppendFlag, 9.9.1.1
SetUserSelection, 9.9.1.1
TCInsertRow, 9.9.1.1
UpdateCurrentInputRow, 9.9.1.1
UserInsertRow, 9.9.1.1
using in table conversions, 9.9.1.1

T

Table Conversion Design form, 9.3.5
Table Conversion Director, 9.6.3, 9.7.3, 9.8.1.1, 9.8.3
table conversion events
order in which they occur, 9.2
understanding the flow, 9.2
table conversion system functions, descriptions, 9.9.1.1
Table Conversion Version Design form, 10.2.5
table conversions
adding object, 9.3.4
adding table event rules, 4.2.2
attaching data structures to, 9.4.3
attaching processing options to, 9.4.3
creating event rules in, 9.9.2
defining external data, 9.4.3
defining file formats for input or output, 9.5
defining input, 9.4.5
defining input and output environments, 9.4.4
defining output, 9.4.6
defining sort and selection criteria, 8.5
deleting records using Batch Delete, 9.8.3
mapping inputs to outputs, 9.4.7
overriding properties at runtime, 10.2.4
overriding properties for new versions, 10.2.5
overriding the processing location, 10.2.6
reviewing results, 9.4.9
running on the web client, 10.2.7
selecting logging options, 9.4.8
starting the Director, 9.3.5
submitting, 10.2.1
submitting on the web client, 10.2.2.1
types of tables to use, 8.2
understanding Batch Delete, 9.8.1
understanding copying data, 9.6.1
understanding Data Copy with Table Input, 9.7.1
understanding input and output environments, 8.6
understanding processing, 10.1
understanding setup, 9.1
understanding testing, 10.3.1
understanding types of, 8.1
using business views in, 8.3
using text files in, 8.4
Table Design Aid
forms included in, 2.4.1
understanding, 2.1
Table Design Aid form, 2.7.1, 2.7.3, 2.7.5, 2.7.9
table event rule triggers, creating, 4.2.1
table event rules
adding to table conversions, 4.2.2
creating triggers, 4.2.1
functions available, 4.1
understanding, 4.1
table I/O
creating in event rules, 3.1, 3.5.2
describing operations available, 3.1.1
describing valid mapping operators, 3.1.2
understanding, 3.1
understanding special operations, 3.3
using buffered inserts, 3.5.3
using handles in, 3.5.6
table I/O, description for using in event rules, 4.1
table joins
creating in business views, 7.4.6
types for business views, 6.1.1
understanding, 7.3.5
understanding unions, 6.1.2
Table Options form, 9.7.3, 9.8.3
table unions
creating in business views, 7.4.7
diagram, 6.1.2
understanding, 7.3.6
understanding in business views, 6.1.2
tables
adding audit trail information, 2.3.1
adding object, 2.7.2
copying, 2.7.10
designing custom, 2.7
generating, 2.5.1, 2.7.7
modifying object information, 2.7.3
naming, 2.3.2
previewing, 2.7.6
removing, 2.7.11
reviewing information for, 2.4.4
searching in Cross Reference Facility, 5.2.1.7
selecting data items for, 2.7.4
selecting data items to include, 2.4.2
selecting for business views, 7.3.2, 7.4.3
understanding converting data, 9.4.1
understanding copying, 2.5.4
understanding creation, 2.2
understanding event rules in, 4.1
understanding foreign, 8.2
understanding indices guidelines, 2.3.3
understanding removing, 2.5.5
viewing data inforeign tables, 2.6
viewing data using Universal Table Browser, 2.7.12
TCInsertRow system function, 9.9.1.1
text files
importing and exporting, 9.5.1.1
using in table conversions, 8.4
trace levels
defining for debug logging, 10.3.1.2
defining in the jde.ini, 10.3.2
triggers, adding to table event rules, 4.2.1

U

Universal Table Broswer
understanding, 2.6
Universal Table Browser
viewing data in tables, 2.6
Universal Table Browser form, 2.7.1, 2.7.12
UpdateCurrentInputRow system function, 9.9.1.1
User Defined Format - Column Delimiter form, 9.5.3, 9.5.4, 9.5.6
User Defined Format - Column Layout form, 9.5.3, 9.5.4, 9.5.6
User Defined Format - Finished form, 9.5.3, 9.5.4, 9.5.5, 9.5.6
User Defined Format - Multiple Format Definition form, 9.5.4, 9.5.6
User Defined Format - Multiple Format Names form, 9.5.4, 9.5.6
User Defined Format - Type form, 9.5.3, 9.5.4, 9.5.5, 9.5.6
user-defined formats
defining multiple format fixed-width files, 9.5.6
defining single format fixed-width files, 9.5.5
understanding, 9.5.1
using as input, 9.5.1.2
using as output, 9.5.1.3
UserInsertRow system function, 9.9.1.1
UTBUniversal Table Browser, 2.6

V

variables, description for using in event rules, 4.1

W

web client, submitting table conversions, 10.2.2.1
Work With Batch Versions-Available Versions form, 10.2.3, 10.2.4, 10.2.5, 10.2.6
Work With Data Sources form, 11.2.1
Work With Environments form, 11.3.1, 11.3.2
Work With Object Mappings form, 11.4.2
workstation, setting the trace level, 10.3.2