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Release 8.98 Update 4

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add a container event
classic events, A.6.3
guaranteed events, 14.5.3
add a data source for open data access, 19.3.1
add a single event
classic events, A.6.3
guaranteed events, 14.5.3
adding jar files to classpath for XML, 5.2
adding records to interface tables, 11.3
advanced planning agent (APAg)
overview,, 18.5
classic real-time events, B.7.2
classic XAPI events
EnterpriseOne and third-party request, C.5.3
EnterpriseOne and third-party response, C.5.8
EnterpriseOne-to-EnterpriseOne executor error handling, C.6.11
EnterpriseOne-to-EnterpriseOne inbound response, C.6.10
EnterpriseOne-to-EnterpriseOne inbound response generation, 16.5.4, C.6.7
EnterpriseOne-to-EnterpriseOne outbound request handling, C.6.4
EnterpriseOne-to-EnterpriseOne request generation, C.6.3
flat files, 12.6
guaranteed real-time events, 15.2.2
guaranteed XAPI events
EnterpriseOne and third-party request, 16.4.2
EnterpriseOne and third-party response, 16.4.4
EnterpriseOne-to-EnterpriseOne executor error handling, 16.5.6
EnterpriseOne-to-EnterpriseOne outbound request handling, 16.5.2
XML XTS, 7.3.1


batch interface model types
advanced planning agent, 18.5
electronic data interface (EDI), 18.2
interface tables, 18.1
output stream access (OSA) UBEs, 18.4
table conversion, 18.3
batch interfaces, overview,, 18
benefits, 2.2.1
black list, classic events, A.5.5.1, A.5.5.2
BPEL-PM, 21.1.1, 21.1.1
business function calls
defined, 4.1
finding the right business function, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 4.4.1, 4.4.2, 4.4.3
Business Service Cross Reference (P952000), 22.1
business services,
architecture, 3.2
architecture description, 3.2
environment, 3.3
event notification, 3.1.3
integration patterns, 3.4
overview,, 3.1


call object, 8.4.2
call object error handling, 8.4.4
call object error text, 8.4.5
callobject, 8.1, 8.2
callobject process, 8.3
capabilities, 2.3, 2.3.3
business function calls,, 4.1
business services,
flat files,
J2EE connectivity,
web services,
Z transactions,, 11.1
classic events
aggregate event, B.7.1, B.7.3
change event status, A.6.1
composite event, B.7.1, B.7.3
creating logical subscriber, A.7.1
defining, A.2, A.6.1
real-time, B.3
environment, A.6.1
event sequencing, B.4
generating real-time events, B.7.1
jde.ini configurations, A.4
journaling, B.5
network traffic, A.2.1
OCM configuration for events, B.8.1, C.4
overview, A.1
real-time event APIs, B.7.2
real-time events, B.1
jde.ini configurations, B.6
process, B.2
reliable delivery, A.5.1
error message, A.5.3
forced black list, A.5.5.2
minimize duplicate events, A.5.4
minimize lost events, A.5.4
performance, A.5.5
system configurations, A.5.2
voluntary black list, A.5.5.1
single event, B.7.1, B.7.3
subscription, A.3, A.7.1, A.8.1, C.3
XAPI element name for XML documents, C.6.1.1
XAPI EnterpriseOne and third-party
client jde.ini, C.5.12
inbound response APIs, C.5.8
inbound response jde.ini configuration, C.5.11
inbound response process, C.5.7
outbound request APIs, C.5.3
outbound request jde.ini configuration, C.5.6
outbound request process, C.5.2
overview, C.5.1
XAPI EnterpriseOne to third-party, C.1.1
XAPI EnterpriseOne-to-EnterpriseOne, C.1.3
executor error handling APIs, C.6.11
inbound response generation APIs, C.6.7
inbound response handling APIs, C.6.10
jde.ini configuration, C.6.12
mapping a business function, C.7.1
mapping APIs, C.7.1
originator and executor, C.6.1.1
originator and executor security, C.6.1.2, C.6.1.3
outbound request generation APIs, C.6.3
outbound request handling APIs, C.6.4
overview, C.6.1
process, C.6.2
XAPI events, C.1
XAPI routing information, C.5.5.1
XAPI third-party to EnterpriseOne, C.1.2
Z event
sequencing, D.3
Z events, D.1
enabling outbound processing, D.5.2
flat file cross reference, D.5.3
jde.ini configurations, D.5.7
process, D.2
purging data from interface tables, D.5.6
setting up data export controls, D.6.1
updating processing log table, D.5.4
vendor-specific functions, D.4
classic Z event processing for messaging queue adapters,
configure a data source for open data access, 19.3.4
configuring the Type 3 JDBC driver, 20.2
configuring the Type 4 JDBC driver, 20.2
connect a data source for open data access, 19.3.5
connection mode for JDBC driver, 20.1.2
copying data into outbound interface tables,
creating a composite event for guaranteed events, 15.2.3
creating a logical subscriber
guaranteed events, 14.6.4
creating an aggregate event for guaranteed events, 15.2.3
creating business function documentation, 4.3
creating custom real-time events, 14.10.1
cross reference facility
find a business function, 4.4.2


Data Export Control table (F0047), 17.4.4, 17.5.1, D.5.4, D.6.1
Data Export Controls program (P0047), 17.5.1, D.6.1
debug tools, find a business function, 4.4.3
default response queue, 13.3.5
defining events
classic events, A.2, A.6.1
real-time, B.3
guaranteed event delivery, 14.5.1
delete a data source for open data access, 19.3.3
delete interface table data, 11.7


overview, 18.2
EDI, overview,
enabling Z event processing, 17.4.2, D.5.2
EnterpriseOne-to-EnterpriseOne originator XML sample code, C.6.6
error codes for XML callobject, 8.6
error handling
XML dispatch, 6.6
error queue, 13.3.4
ESB, 21.1.2
ESB subscriber, 14.6.1
establish session
XML element, 5.3.3
Event Activation Status table (F90705), 14.5.1
event notification
JMS Queue, 3.1.3
JMS Topic, 3.1.3
Event Request Definition (P90701), A.6.1
Event Request Definition program (P907012), C.7.1
Event Request Definition table (F907012), C.7.1
events self-diagnostic test
real-time event, E.5.3
events self-diagnostic tool
all events, E.5.5
comprehensive system analysis, E.5.9
customize, E.4
event list, E.5.6
event template, E.5.7
starting, E.5.2
subscription services, E.5.8
Z event, E.5.4
events self-diagnostic utility tool, E.1
components, E.3
event generator component, E.3.1
event receiver component, E.3.2
executing the tool, E.5.1
process overview, E.2
XML comparator component, E.3.3
eventsguaranteed events, 14
example code
classic real-time events
interoperability event interface calls, B.7.3, B.7.3, B.7.3
classic XAPI events
EnterpriseOne and third-party inbound response parsing API usage, C.5.9
EnterpriseOne and third-party inbound response XML, C.5.10
EnterpriseOne and third-party outbound request API usage, C.5.4
EnterpriseOne and third-party outbound request XML, C.5.5
EnterpriseOne-to-EnterpriseOne inbound response, C.6.9
EnterpriseOne-to-EnterpriseOne inbound response parsing API usage, C.6.8
EnterpriseOne-to-EnterpriseOne originator XML, C.6.6
EnterpriseOne-toEnterpriseOne outbound request parsing API usage from originator, C.6.5
create an XML list, 10.4.1
delete data from an XML list, 10.4.3
get column information for an XML list, 10.4.4
guaranteed events
creating a composite event, 15.2.3
creating an aggregate event, 15.2.3
guaranteed real-time events
interoperability event interface calls, 15.2.3
guaranteed XAPI events
EnterpriseOne and third-party inbound response API usage, 16.4.5
EnterpriseOne and third-party outbound request API usage, 16.4.3
EnterpriseOne-to-EnterpriseOne inbound response parsing API usage, 16.5.5
EnterpriseOne-to-EnterpriseOne outbound request parsing API usage, 16.5.3
minimum required values, H
retrieving data using XML list, 10.4.2
XML callobject request, 8.5.2
XML callobject response, 8.5.3
XML format
events, I
inbound sales order, G.1
real-time events template, I.2
request and response, G.2
Z events, I.1
XML transaction request and response, 9.4.2
example for using JDBC connection properties,
expire session
XML element, 5.3.4
explicit transaction
XML element, 5.3.5
extraction batch process,


F0046 table, 17.4.4, D.5.4, D.5.6
F0047 table, 17.4.4, 17.5.1, D.5.4, D.6.1
F47002 table, 17.4.3, D.5.3
F90701 table, 17.4.7
F907012 table, C.7.1
F90702 table, A.8.1
F90705 table, 14.5.1
F986113 table, 17.4.2, 17.4.5, D.5.2, D.5.5
features, 2.2
features of JDBC driver, 20.6
finding the right business function
create business function documentation, 4.3
review API documentation, 4.2
review business function documentation, 4.2
use cross reference facility, 4.4.2
use debug tools, 4.4.3
use existing application as model, 4.4
use object management workbench, 4.4.1
using an existing application as a model, 4.4
flat file cross reference for Z events, 17.4.3, D.5.3
Flat File Cross-Reference program (P47002), 17.4.3, D.5.3
Flat File Cross-Reference table (F47002), 17.4.3, D.5.3
flat file encoding, 12.6.2
flat files
business function, 12.5
errors, 12.5.3
inbound flat file conversion program, 12.4
overview,, 12.1
setting up, 12.3
forced black list for classic event delivery, A.5.5.2
flat files, 12.2


guaranteed events
aggregate event, 15.2.1
aggregating events, 14.2.2
associate subscription with subscribed environment, 14.6.7
associate subscription with subscribed events, 14.6.6
composite events, 15.2.1
configuring the transaction server, 14.2.4
configuring the transaction server to use WebLogic, 14.2.5
creating logical subscriber, 14.6.4
creating MSMQ queue, 14.7, 14.7.2, 14.7.3
verifying delivery, 14.7.4
creating WebLogic MQ queue, 14.9.2
verifying delivery, 14.9.7
creating WebSphere MQ queue, 14.8, 14.8.2, 14.8.3
configure WebSphere, 14.8.4
verifying delivery, 14.8.5
WebLogic connection factory, 14.9.5
WebLogic destination, 14.9.6
defining, 14.5.1
EnterpriseOne as XAPI executor
process flow, 16.3
EnterpriseOne as XAPI originator
process flow, 16.2
generating real-time events, 15.2.1
journaling, 14.2.3
logging events, 14.2.3
overview, 14.1
process flow, 14.2.1
real-time event APIs, 15.2.2
real-time events, 15.1
single event, 15.2.1
subscription, 14.6.1, 14.6.5
XAPI element name for XML documents,
XAPI EnterpriseOne and third-party, 16.1.1, 16.4.1
inbound response APIs, 16.4.4
outbound request APIs, 16.4.2
XAPI EnterpriseOne-to-EnterpriseOne, 16.1.3
executor error handling APIs, 16.5.6
inbound response generation APIs, 16.5.4
mapping a business function, 16.6.1
mapping APIs, 16.6.1
originator and executor error processing,
originator and executor security,
outbound request handling APIs, 16.5.2
overview, 16.5.1
XAPI events, 16.1
XAPI third-party to EnterpriseOne, 16.1.2
Z events, 17.1
enabling outbound processing, 17.4.2
flat file cross reference, 17.4.3
process, 17.2
purging data from interface tables, 17.4.6
setting up data export controls, 17.5.1
subsystem job, 17.4.5
synchronizing F47002 records with F90701 records, 17.4.7
updating processing log table, 17.4.4
vendor-specific functions, 17.3
guaranteed events selection, 14.4.1


IBM WebSphere MQ queue for guaranteed events
WebLogic configurations, 14.9.5, 14.9.6
WebSphere configurations, 14.8.4
ID/IDREF support, 8.4.7
implicit transaction
XML element, 5.3.6
import flat files
APIs, 12.6
business function, 12.5
inbound processing using interface tables, 18.1.2
inbound queue, 13.3.1
inbound response API usage EnterpriseOne and third-party sample code, 16.4.5, C.5.9
inbound response API usage EnterpriseOne-to-EnterpriseOne sample code, 16.5.5, C.6.8
inbound response XML EnterpriseOne and third-party sample code, C.5.10
inbound response XML EnterpriseOne-to-EnterpriseOne sample code, C.6.9
inbound sales order XML format sample code, G.1
increasing performance for classic event delivery, A.5.5
industry standard support, 2.5
integration patterns
consumer, asynchronous HTTP request/response, 3.4.6
consumer, asynchronous web service, 3.4.8
consumer, notification, 3.4.4
consumer, synchronous HTTP request/response, 3.4.7
consumer, synchronous web service request/reply, 3.4.5
provider, asynchronous notification, 3.4.2
provider, asynchronous request/reply, 3.4.3
provider, synchronous request/reply, 3.4.1
interface table
list of processes, F.1
interface tables
adding records, 11.3
extraction batch process,
inbound processing, 18.1.2
outbound processing, 18.1.3
overview,, 18.1
purge data, 11.7
purge records, 18.1.5
revision application, 18.1.4
structure, 18.1.1
benefits, 2.2.1
capabilities, 2.3, 2.3.3
features, 2.2
industry standard support, 2.5
selecting, 2.4
models, 2.3, 2.3.4
overview, 2.1
Interoperability Event Definition program (P90701A), 14.2.4, 14.3.1, 14.4.1, 14.5.1
Interoperability Event Definition table (F90701), 17.4.7
interoperability event interface calls sample code for classic events, B.7.3, B.7.3, B.7.3
interoperability event interface calls sample code for guaranteed events, 15.2.3
Interoperability Event Subscription (P90702), A.7.1, A.8.1
Interoperability Event Subscription program (P90702), 14.6.1
Interoperability Generic Outbound Scheduler UBE (R00461), 17.4.4, D.5.4
Interoperability Generic Outbound Subsystem UBE (R00460, 17.4.4
Interoperability Generic Outbound Subsystem UBE (R00460), D.5.4
Interoperability Subscriber Enrollment (F90702), A.8.1


J2EE connectivity,
jar files for XML, 5.2
JDBC driver
class name for driver connection, 20.3.1
connection mode, 20.1.2
connection properties, 20.3.3,
features, 20.6
purpose, 20.1
security considerations, 20.4
SQL, 20.5
terminology, 20.8
troubleshooting, 20.7
URL for connecting, 20.3.2
when to use, 20.1.1
Type 3,
Type 4,
jde.ini, 13.4
jde.ini configurations for classic events, A.4
jde.ini configurations for classic real-time events, B.6
jde.ini configurations for classic XAPI EnterpriseOne and third-party inbound response, C.5.11
jde.ini configurations for classic XAPI EnterpriseOne and third-party outbound request, C.5.6
jde.ini configurations for classic Z events, D.5.7
jde.ini configurations for EnterpriseOne and third-party XAPI client, C.5.12
jde.ini configurations for reliable events, A.5.6
jde.ini file settings
classic events, A.4
classic real-time events, B.6
classic XAPI EnterpriseOne and third-party
inbound response, C.5.11
outbound request, C.5.6
classic XAPI EnterpriseOne-to-EnterpriseOne
event generation, C.6.12
classic XAPI events
EnterpriseOne and third-party client settings, C.5.12
list-retrieval engine, 10.5
reliable events, A.5.6
XML callobject, 8.5
XML dispatch, 6.5
XML list, 10.6
XML transaction, 9.4
XML XTS, 7.4
Z events, D.5.7
jdeRequest type
XML element, 5.3.2
jdeResponse type
XML element, 5.3.2
JMS Queue, 3.1.3
JMS queue,
JMS server
creating a JMS server, 14.9.3
JMS Topic, 3.1.3
JMS topic,


keywords in the connection string for open data access, 19.4.2


logical subscribersubscribingto events, A.7.1


messaging adapter queues, 13.3
messaging adapters
messaging queue systems, 13.1, 13.2, 13.2.1, 13.2.2
minimizing duplicate and lost events for classic event delivery, A.5.4
minimum required values sample code, H
models, 2.3, 2.3.4
advanced planning agent (APAg),
batch interfaces,, 18
interface tables,
messaging adapters,
open data access (ODA),
output stream access (OSA),
table conversion,
modify a data source for open data access, 19.3.2
modify interface table records, 18.1.4
MSMQ queue for guaranteed events, 14.7, 14.7.2, 14.7.3, 14.7.4
multiple requests per document, 8.4.6


name Z transactions, 11.2


object management workbench
find a business function, 4.4.1
for classic real-time events, B.8.1
for classic XAPI events, C.4
for guaranteed real-time events, 14.3.1
for guaranteed XAPI events, 14.3.1
OCM setup for guaranteed events, 14.3.1
ODAopendata access, 19.1
on error handling, 8.4.3
open data access
add a data source, 19.3.1
business view names, 19.4.1
column security, 19.4.1
configure a data source, 19.3.4
connect a data source, 19.3.5
connection string keywords, 19.4.2
currency, 19.4.1
decimal shifting, 19.4.1
delete a data source, 19.3.3
driver architecture, 19.2.4
error messages, 19.5
hardware requirements, 19.2.1
Julian date, 19.4.1
long column names, 19.4.1
long table names, 19.4.1
media object, 19.4.1
modify a data source, 19.3.2
ODBC component files, 19.2.3
overview, 19.1
row security, 19.4.1
run Excel query, 19.4.3
software requirements, 19.2.2
user defined codes, 19.4.1
open data access (ODA)
open data access error messages
access violation, 19.5
attempt to fetch before the first row, 19.5
business view contains invalid join, 19.5
business view contains unsupported union operator, 19.5
column security violation, 19.5
configuration request error, 19.5
cross system joins not supported, 19.5
currency columns can only be simple column references, 19.5
data cannot be converted, 19.5
data returned for one or more columns was truncated, 19.5
data source does not exist, 19.5
data source name not valid, 19.5
data truncated, 19.5
driver does not support requested conversion, 19.5
driver not capable, 19.5
fractional truncation, 19.5
internal data conversion error, 19.5
internal execution error, 19.5
invalid column number, 19.5
invalid cursor state, 19.5
invalid date/time string, 19.5
invalid numeric string, 19.5
invalid request type, 19.5
media object columns can only be simple column references, 19.5
multiple business views referenced, 19.5
numeric value out of range, 19.5
option value changed, 19.5, 19.5
server connection failed, 19.5
statement must be a select, 19.5
syntax error, 19.5
unable to allocate memory, 19.5
unable to connect to the EnterpriseOne environment, 19.5
unable to display connection dialog, 19.5
unable to open business view, 19.5
unable to open table, 19.5
user defined code columns can only be simple column references, 19.5
Oracle orchestration systems
BPEL-PM, 21.1.1
ESB, 21.1.2
orchestration, 21.1, 21.1.3
adding password indirection in the data source, 21.3.4
adding system-jazn user, 21.3.3
BPEL-PM, 21.1.1
creating data source in OC4J, 21.2.4
cross reference read services, 21.4.3
cross-reference APIs, 21.2.3
cross-reference configuration, 21.2.1
cross-reference dynamic update,
cross-reference register XPATH, 21.2.2
Java binding service, installing, 21.4
Java binding service, placing in classpath, 21.4.2
Java binding service, registering, 21.4.1
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne cross reference services, 21.4.4
password indirection, 21.3, 21.3.1
using cross-references,
using system-jazn data, 21.3.2
XSL mapper, 21.4.3
orchestration cross-references
adding cross-references, 22.3
adding object types, 22.2
categorizing by code and key, 22.1.1
code references, 22.1
deleting cross-references, 22.5
key references, 22.1
modifying cross-references, 22.4
reviewing cross-references, 22.4
understanding, 22.1
OSB subscriber, 14.6.1
outbound batch
subsystem business function,
outbound notification,
outbound processing using interface tables, 18.1.3
outbound queue, 13.3.2
outbound request API usage EnterpriseOne and third-party sample code, 16.4.3, C.5.4
outbound request parsing API usage XAPI EnterpriseOne-to-EnterpriseOne sample code, 16.5.3, C.6.5
outbound request XML EnterpriseOne and third-party sample code, C.5.5
outbound table adapter function,
outbound XML request and response format sample code, G.2
output stream access (OSA)
output stream access (OSA) UBEs
overview, 18.4
overview, 2.1
batch interfaces,
business function calls,
business services,
classic events, A.1
real-time events, B.1
XAPI EnterpriseOne and third-party, C.5.1
XAPI EnterpriseOne-to-EnterpriseOne, C.6.1
XAPI events, C.1
Z events, D.1
flat files,, 12.1
guaranteed events, 14.1
real-time events, 15.1
XAPI EnterpriseOne-to-EnterpriseOne, 16.5.1
XAPI events, 16.1
Z events, 17.1
messaging adapters,
open data access, 19.1
Z transactions,


P0046 program, 17.4.4, D.5.4
P0047 program, 17.5.1, D.6.1
P47002 program, 17.4.3, D.5.3
P90701 program, A.6.1
P907012 program, C.7.1
P90701A program, 14.2.4, 14.3.1, 14.4.1, 14.5.1
P90702 program, A.7.1, A.8.1
P952000 Program, 22.1
parsing XML strings, 13.2.4
Populate Event Activation Status Table UBE (R90705), 14.5.1, 17.4.7
XML element, 5.3.7
Processing Log program (P0046), 17.4.4, D.5.4
Processing Log table (F0046), 17.4.4, D.5.4, D.5.6
processing log table updates, 17.4.4, D.5.4
processing options for adding JMS Queue as a subscriber
Oracle Application Server, 14.6.3
WebLogic Application Server, 14.6.3
WebSphere Application Server, 14.6.3
processing real-time events
classic events, B.2
processing Z events
classic events, D.2
guaranteed events, 17.2
published business service,
purpose of JDBC driver, 20.1


R00460 UBE, 17.4.4, D.5.4
R00461 UBE, 17.4.4, D.5.4
R90705 UBE, 14.5.1, 17.4.7
real-time events template sample code, I.2
real-time eventsguaranteed events, 15
reliable event delivery classic events error messages, A.5.3
reliable event delivery classic events forced black list, A.5.5.2
reliable event delivery classic events increase performance, A.5.5
reliable event delivery classic events minimizing duplicate and lost events, A.5.4
reliable event delivery classic events system configurations, A.5.2
reliable event delivery classic events voluntary black list, A.5.5.1
reliable event delivery for classic events, A.5.1
reliable event delivery jde.ini configurations, A.5.6
return NULL values, 8.4.8
reviewing API and business function documentation, 4.2
run a subsystem job, 11.4.2
run an input batch process, 11.4.1


schema generation utility, 14.11
configuring, 14.11.2
displaying event schema,
generating header schema,
generating schema for more than one event,
generating schema for single and multiple events,
logging into,
troubleshooting, 14.11.4
using, 14.11.3,
security considerations for JDBC driver, 20.4
selector, 7.3
self-diagnostic utility tooleventsself-diagnostic utility tool, E
service oriented architecture, 3.1
setting up interface tables, 18.1.1
setting WebLogic jar file
Oracle Application Server,
WebSphere Application Server,
special characters in XML, 5.4.3
SQL for JDBC driver, 20.5
structure for interface tables, 18.1.1
submitting UBE to request inbound XML, 6.7
subscribing to events
classic event delivery, A.8.1
classic events, A.3, A.7.1
guaranteed events, 14.6.1, 14.6.5
associating subscription with subscribed environments, 14.6.7
associating subscription with subscribed events, 14.6.6
Subsystem Job Master table (F986113), 17.4.2, 17.4.5, D.5.2, D.5.5
success queue, 13.3.3
system configuration
reliable event delivery, A.5.2


table conversion
overview,, 18.3
terminate session
XML element, 5.3.8
transaction server configuration for guaranteed events, 14.2.4, 14.2.5
Transformation ServiceXMLXTS, 7.1
XML kernels, 5.6
troubleshooting JDBC driver, 20.7
Type 3 JDBC driver
configuring, 20.2
Type 4 JDBC driver
configuring, 20.2


unicode, 12.6.2
updating the database, 11.4.1
updating the EnterpriseOne database, 11.4
URL to connect JDBC driver, 20.3.2
using Microsoft Except with open data access, 19.4.3


vendor-specific outbound functions for Z events, 17.3, D.4
voluntary black list for classic events, A.5.5.1


web service consumer, 3.1.2
web service consumer integration pattern
asynchronous HTTP request/response, 3.4.6
asynchronous web service, 3.4.8
notification, 3.4.4
synchronous HTTP request/response, 3.4.7
synchronous web service request/reply, 3.4.5
web service provider, 3.1.1
web service provider integration pattern
asynchronous notification, 3.4.2
asynchronous request/reply, 3.4.3
synchronous request/reply, 3.4.1
web servicebusinessservices, 3.1
web services,
configuring the transaction server, 14.2.5
setting the Jar file in a WebSPhere Application Server,
setting the Jar file in an Oracle Application Server,
WebLogic configurations
guaranteed events, 14.9.5, 14.9.6
WebLogic Message queue for guaranteed events, 14.9.7
WebLogic MQ queue for guaranteed events, 14.9.2
WebLogic server
creating a JMS module in WebLogic server, 14.9.4
creating a JMS server, 14.9.3
WebSphere configurations
guaranteed events, 14.8.4
WebSphere MQ queue for guaranteed events, 14.8, 14.8.2, 14.8.3, 14.8.5


XAPI eventsclassic events, C
XAPI eventsguaranteedevents, 16
APIs for XTS, 7.3.1
errors, 8.6
dispatch kernel, 6.1
kernel troubleshooting, 5.6
recognizers for XML Dispatch, 6.3
transports for XML dispatch, 6.4
XML dispatch processing, 6.2
XTS, 7.1
XTS processing, 7.2
XTSbuild selector, 7.3
XML and EnterpriseOne, 5.1
XML callobject, 8.1
jde.ini file settings, 8.5
process, 8.3
templates, 8.2
XML dispatch
jde.ini file settings, 6.5
XML documents
EnterpriseOne date standards, 5.4.2
EnterpriseOne separator standards, 5.4.1
EnterpriseOne standards, 5.4
formatting, 5.3.1
callobject, 8.4.1
XML element
call object
error text, 8.4.5
XML elements
call object, 8.4.2
callobject, 8.4.1
error handling, 8.4.4
ID/IDREF support, 8.4.7
multiple requests per document, 8.4.6
on error handling, 8.4.3
return null values, 8.4.8
establish session, 5.3.3
expire session, 5.3.4
explicit transaction, 5.3.5
implicit transaction, 5.3.6
jdeRequest, 5.3.2
jdeResponse, 5.3.2
prepare/commit/rollback, 5.3.7
terminate session, 5.3.8
XML example
EnterpriseOne version 1 format, 7.2.2
native EnterpriseOne format, 7.2.1
selector creating, 7.3.2
XML interface table inquiry, 13.2.4
XML list, 10.1
creating a list, 10.4.1
deleting a list, 10.4.3
get column information for a list, 10.4.4
jde.ini file settings, 10.6
list retrieval engine table conversion wrapper, 10.2
process, 10.3
requests, 10.4
retrieve data from a list, 10.4.2
XML list-retrieval engine
jde.ini file settings, 10.5
XML special characters, 5.4.3
XML standards
creating documents for EnterpriseOne, 5.4
date, 5.4.2
separators, 5.4.1
XML system environment settings, 5.5
XML system settings
IBM i, 5.5.2
UNIX, 5.5.1
windows and NT, 5.5.3
XML transaction, 9.1
data request process, 9.3
jde.ini file settings, 9.4
update process, 9.2
jde.ini file settings, 7.4


Z event XML format sample code, I.1
Z events
subsystem job, D.5.5
Z eventsclassicevents, D
Z eventsguaranteed events, 17
Z tableinterface table, 11.3
Z tables,
Z transaction
adding records to interface tables, 11.3
input batch process, 11.4, 11.4.1
subsystem job, 11.4
update confirmation, 11.6
updating EnterpriseOne, 11.4
updating the database, 11.4.1
Z transaction, check for errors, 11.5
Z transactions, 18.1.2
naming, 11.2
overview,, 11.1
processing, 11.1
subsystem jobs, 11.4.2