Preface

Welcome to the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Orchestrator Guide for Studio Version 8 and Prior. The main chapters in this guide contain instructions for Orchestrator Studio 8, which is supported with a minimum release of EnterpriseOne Tools 9.2.4.

Instructions for prior releases of the Orchestrator Studio have been moved to the appendices in this guide.

The IoT Orchestrator has been renamed to "Orchestrator." Although the Orchestrator is an integral part of an IoT configuration with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, the Orchestrator functionality has expanded to support various integrations including integrations to Cloud services, third-party applications, custom programs, and many more. Keep using it for integrating JD Edwards EnterpriseOne with IoT devices. But start using it for all you REST-based integrations to EnterpriseOne.

Audience

This guide is intended for business analysts or project managers responsible for configuring orchestrations for data integration with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. It is also intended for an administrator responsible for setting up the Orchestrator and Orchestrator Studio as described in the Chapter 2, "Implementing the Orchestrator Studio" in this guide.

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Related Information

For additional information about JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications, features, content, and training, visit the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne pages on the JD Edwards Resource Library located at:

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This guide references related information in the following guides:

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