Customers must conform to the supported platforms for the release, which can be found in the Certifications tab on My Oracle Support:
For more information about JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Minimum Technical Requirements, see the following document on My Oracle Support: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Minimum Technical Requirements Reference (Doc ID 745831.1), which is available here:
To develop custom EnterpriseOne ADF applications, you must complete the following prerequisites:
You have basic knowledge for creating and testing web applications using JDeveloper.
You must be running a minimum of EnterpriseOne Tools release 18.104.22.168.
To run the EnterpriseOne ADF Container (JDEADFContainer), the ADF server must have WebLogic 12.1.3 with ADF libraries deployed.
Complete the prerequisites listed in the Oracle ADF guide, which include:
Oracle JDeveloper 12.1.3
Download the Application Interface Services Client Java API 1.2.1 from the JD Edwards Update Center on My Oracle Support
To locate the download on the JD Edwards Update Center, use the Type field to search on "EnterpriseOne ADF." The download is available in a package titled AIS_Client_Java_API_1.2.1.
The download contains the following files:
AIS Client JARS (Required for developing EnterpriseOne ADF applications)
AISCGE 12c_v1.6.2.zip (AIS Client Class Generator extension for JDeveloper)
Download the EnterpriseOne ADF Foundation 1.1.0 from JD Edwards Update Center on My Oracle Support (
To locate the download on the JD Edwards Update Center, use the Type field to search on EntepriseOne ADF. The download is available in a package titled E1_ADF_Foundation_1.1.0. The download contains the following files:
Ant Build Scripts (Ant build/deploy scripts for EnterpriseOne ADF applications and JDEADFContainer.ear).
JDEADFContainer.ear (EnterpriseOne ADF Container web application)
E1UserSession.jar (Helper classes required for developing EnterpriseOne ADF applications)
Configure the EnterpriseOne HTML(JAS) Server and JDEADFContainer web application to enable communication between the AIS, JAS, and ADF Servers.
The AIS Client Class Generator extension for JDeveloper contains the AIS Client Class Generator, a tool that supports the creation of Model foundational classes that are required by EnterpriseOne ADF applications.
For more information about the AIS Client Class Generator, see Chapter 5, "Building the Data Model" in this guide.
To install the extension:
In JDeveloper, select the Help menu, Check for Updates.
Select Install From Local File, and then enter the location of the zip file.
Select Install From Local File , and then enter the location of the AISCGE 12c zip file.
JDeveloper closes automatically.