5 Configuring the Interoperability Features for Z Events Only: Step 4

You can use Z, real-time, or XAPI events to receive transactions from Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. To use real-time events, you must set up your system as indicated in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Interoperability Guide, and you must set up events as indicated in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Business Interfaces Implementation Guide.

Z event outbound processing uses interface table (Z-table) processes supported by JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications. The outbound processes available to you vary depending on which JD Edwards EnterpriseOne release you use. If you use interface tables for transaction-specific outbound processing, you must perform configuration tasks such as setting up processing options and setting up data export controls.

This section provides guidance for setting up the data export controls and also provides examples for setting up JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications that support Z event processing. The application examples include the following:

  • Setting Up Flat File Cross-Reference (P47002)

  • Setting Up Data Export Controls

  • Setting Up the Processing Options for the Sales Order Master Business Function (P4210).

  • Setting Up the Processing Options for Address Book Revisions (P01012).

  • Setting Up the Processing Options for the Address Book Master Business Function (P0100041).

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5.1 Setting Up Flat File Cross-Reference

When you enable Z events, you also update the Flat File Cross-Reference (F47002) table. The transaction type that you entered in the processing option maps to table F47002 to determine which interface tables to use to retrieve the information. You use the Flat File Cross-Reference program (P47002) to update table F47002.

To set up a flat file cross reference:

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Refer to the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Data Interface for Electornic Data Interchange Implementation Guide for instructions on setting up the flat file cross-reference application.

5.2 Setting Up Data Export Controls

You must create a Data Export Control (F0047) record for each transaction type. The record specifies the vendor-specific UBE or function to call to process the transaction. For example, for transaction type JDESOOUT you must set up a record for each order type that you want to export.

To set up data export controls:

From the Navigator, select JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Menus > Order Management > Sales Order Management > Sales Order Advanced & Technical Ops > Sales Interoperability > Data Export Controls.

An alternative way to access the Data Export Controls program is to type P0047 on the Fast Path.

This table provides the values for fields:

Form Element Description
Trans The values you specify in this field must match the values you have configured for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne outbound processing in the various EnterpriseOne applications. These are example transaction types:

JDEAB

JDEIL

JDEPRICE

JDESOOUT

Or Ty The values you specify in this field must match the values that are required for your system. For example, for WCS the following order types are required:

JDESOOUT S4

JDESOOUT SO

Seq 1.00
UBE Name Leave the field blank.
Version Leave the field blank.
Function Name _MQOutboundNotify@36.
Function Library x:\JDEdwardsOneWorld\ddp\B9\system\bin32\MQNotify.dll

where "x" is a variable drive letter for your JD Edwards EnterpriseOne server.

Execute for Add 1
Execute for Upd 1
Execute for Del 1
Execute for Inq 1
Flat File Exp Mode 0
Ext DB Exp Mode 0
Ext API Exp Mode 0
Launch Immediately 1

5.3 Setting Up the Sales Order Entry Application

You set up the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Entry (P4210) program to enable it for interoperability operations.

To set up the processing options for the Sales Order Entry:

From the Navigator, select EnterpriseOne Menus > Order Management > Sales Order Management > Daily Sales Order Management Processing > Sales Order Processing > right-click on Sales Order Detail and then click Values. On Processing Options, select18-Interop from the 1-Defaults drop-down list.

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  1. To define the transaction type, type JDESOOUT in the Transaction Type field.

  2. To define before or after image processing, enter the appropriate value in the Before/After Image Processing field.

  3. Click OK.

5.4 Configuring the Address Book Revisions Application

You set up the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Address Book Revision (P01012) program to enable it for interoperability operations.

To set up processing options for Address Book Revisions:

From the Navigator, click EnterpriseOne Menus > Foundation Systems > Address Book > Daily Processing > right-click on Address Book Revisions and then select Values. On Processing Options, select the Versions tab.

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  1. On Processing Options, type INTOP in the Address Book MBF (P0100041) Version field.

  2. Click OK.

  3. On Work With Addresses, click Close.

5.5 Configuring the Address Book Master Business Function

You set up the Address Book Master Business Function (P0100041) to enable interoperability operations.

To set up the processing options for the Address Book Master Business Function:

  1. Type IV in the Fast Path.

  2. On Interactive Versions -- Work With Versions, type P0100041 in the Application field, and then click Find.

  3. Select INTOP, and then select Processing Options from the Row menu.

    If there is not a version called INTOP, select version ZJDE0001 and copy it. Call the new version INTOP and click OK.

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  4. On Processing Options, select the Outbound tab.

  5. Type JDEAB in the Transaction Type field.

  6. To define before or after image processing, enter the appropriate value in the Before/After Image Processing field.

  7. Click OK.

  8. Click Close.