Address Book Number
Address Book Number is a unique number that identifies the master record for the entity. An address book number can be the identifier for a customer, supplier, company, employee, applicant, participant, tenant, location, and so on. Depending on the application, the field on the form might refer to the address book number as the customer number, supplier number, or company number, employee or applicant ID, participant number, and so on.
An asset is an equipment or plant that generates emissions and / or consumes or produces energy. A transport type, facility, business unit, or a subcontractor may be related to an asset.
Company is a code that identifies a specific organization, fund, or other reporting entity. The company code must already exist in the F0010 table and must identify a reporting entity that has a complete balance sheet.
Document Company
Document company is a number associated with the document. This number, used in conjunction with the document number, document type, and general ledger date, uniquely identifies an original document.If you assign next numbers by company and fiscal year, the system uses the document company to retrieve the correct next number for that company.If two or more original documents have the same document number and document type, you can use the document company to display the document that you want.
Document Number
Displays a number that identifies the original document, which can be a voucher, invoice, journal entry, or time card, and so on. On entry forms, you can assign the original document number or the system can assign it through the Next Numbers program.
Document Type
Enter the two-character UDC, from UDC table 00/DT, that identifies the origin and purpose of the transaction, such as a voucher, invoice, journal entry, or time sheet. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne reserves these prefixes for the document types indicated:P: Accounts payable documents.R: Accounts receivable documents.T: Time and pay documents.I: Inventory documents.O: Purchase order documents.S: Sales order documents.
Effective Date
Enter the date on which an address, item, transaction, or record becomes active. The meaning of this field differs, depending on the program. For example, the effective date can represent any of these dates:
  • The date on which a change of address becomes effective.

  • The date on which a lease becomes effective.

  • The date on which a price becomes effective.

  • The date on which the currency exchange rate becomes effective.

  • The date on which a tax rate becomes effective.

Emission Source
An emission source is an item or activity whose use creates emissions and / or consumes or produces energy. Emission sources can be defined to track usage where there is no related energy or emissions, for example, water or alternatively KPI metric, product or activities that cause pollution but have no related energy or environmental emissions. For example, Employee Head Counts, Kilometers Travelled, and Detonation of explosives.
Emission Factor
An emission factor is the factor used to calculate the amount of an emission type produced (typically a gas) by consuming or producing an emission source.
Energy Factor
An energy factor is a factor used to calculate the amount of energy consumed or produced by a source.
ETL or Extract, Transform, Load
Database and data warehousing involves extracting data from outside sources, transforming data per your requirements, and loading it into the database or data warehouse.
An item may be used to identify an emission source and an emission scope in a source transaction where the emission source and emission scope are not provided.
KPIs or Key Performance Indicators
Quantifiable measurements reflecting the critical success factors of an organization.
An organization is a part of a corporation and can be divided into types such as Companies, Divisions, Business Units, and Facilities including Aggregate and Sub-Facilities in order to meet the Greenhouse Reporting Guidelines.
OBIEE or Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition
A comprehensive suite of enterprise business intelligence products that deliver a full range of analysis and reporting capabilities. OBIEE provides intelligence and analytics from data spanning enterprise sources and applications.
Subcontractors are identified by their Address Book Number. They may perform activities that generate emissions, or produce or consume energy, for an Organization that must be reported.
Sustainability Aspect is a generic name used for continuous inputs consumed by companies to be able to operate and create goods or services. Common examples of sustainability aspects are electricity, gas, oil, water, and helium.
User Defined Codes
User Defined Codes and User Defined Values are codes and values defined by the system and by Users to enable flexibility when configuring the system and for validation purposes.