24 Asset Master

This chapter includes these topics:

24.1 Asset Master Overview

This chapter provides detailed information about the business interfaces that are available for the Asset Master business object.

This table lists all of the available interface components:

Interface Type Available Interfaces
Business Services The FixedAssetManager web service (JP120000) manages the processing of the getFixedAsset web service operation (J1200001).
Batch Import Programs This list includes the batch import programs for the Asset Master business object:
  • Inbound Asset Master Processor (R1201Z1I)

Batch Export Programs This list includes the batch export programs for the Asset Master business object:
  • Outbound Asset Master Processor program (R1201Z1O)


Note:

You can find additional technical information about each type of business interface component. For additional descriptions of the information available, and instructions for finding this information, see Chapter 5, "Accessing Additional Information for Business Interface Components."

24.2 Asset Manager Business Services - FixedAssetManager

The FixedAssetManager web service (JP120000) manages the processing of the getFixedAsset web service operation (J1200001). You use this operation to query the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Fixed Asset system, and review fixed asset records. If the system encounters errors during processing, the Fixed Asset Manager returns those errors to the consumer.

24.2.1 Accessing Javadoc for the Fixed Asset Manager Web Service Operations

To access Javadoc for the Fixed Asset Manager web service and its related operations, review these Javadoc packages:

  • JP120000 (Fixed Asset Manager)

  • J1200001 (getFixedAsset)

24.2.2 Prerequisites

Before you use the Fixed Asset Manager web service or the getFixedAsset operation, you must install and configure the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Fixed Asset system. Additionally, fixed asset records must exist in the EnterpriseOne database.

See JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Fixed Assets Implementation Guide.

24.2.3 getFixedAsset

The getFixedAsset web service operation is a database query operation that enables consumers to retrieve and review fixed asset records that exist in the Asset Master table (F1201) in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Fixed Asset system.

If the operation completes successfully, fixed asset records, along with any warnings encountered, are returned to the consumer. If the operation encounters errors during processing, the operation stops processing and returns the errors to the consumer.

Note:

If no records, warnings, or errors are returned to the consumer, it is likely that the operation completed successfully, but no records matching the selection criteria exist in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne database.

24.2.3.1 Setup Considerations

Before you use this operation, you can set business service properties to specify how the system getFixedAsset operation processes and returns data. This table includes information about the business service properties that the getFixedAsset operation uses:

Group Key Description Default Value
J1200001 J1200001_MAX_ROWS Use this business service property to specify the maximum number of rows that the operation returns to the consumer. 100

Note:

It is recommended that you set this property to a value other than 0 (zero). Setting this property to 0 enables the operation to retrieve all records that match the selection criteria. Additionally, it is recommended that you specify selection criteria when performing a query. Sending a blank query and setting this option to 0 could significantly impact system performance.

24.2.3.2 Implementation Details

This table includes information that can help determine whether the getFixedAsset operation is functioning correctly:

Question Answer
How can I tell if the operation completes successfully? If the operation completes successfully, the system returns fixed asset records to the consumer.

The records that are returned to the consumer include all of the fields that are listed in the response interface for this operation. However, some of those fields can contain blank or zero values, depending on the data that exists in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system.

At a minimum, the system returns a non-zero value for the assetID field.

If I encounter errors while process a transaction, do I need to reverse the transaction? This is a database query operation that does not perform transactions. If you encounter errors during processing, review your search criteria and your business service property settings and try your query again. If the operation does not return any records, verify that records matching your query exist in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne database.
Does this operation use record reservation? No. The operation does not reserve records within the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system during processing.

24.3 Asset Master Batch Import Programs

You use batch import programs to import data from an external software system into the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system, where it can then be processed by EnterpriseOne programs.

This table lists and describes the available batch import programs that are associated with the Asset Master business object:

Program and Program Type Description Available Documentation
Inbound Asset Master Processor (R1201Z1I)

This is an inbound interoperability program.

You run the Inbound Asset Master Processor program (F1201Z1I) to copy the information from the unedited transaction table to the Asset Master File table (F1201). See this topic:

24.4 Asset Master Batch Export Programs

You use batch export programs to retrieve and format data from the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne database so that it can be used by an external software system.

This table lists and describes the available batch export programs that are associated with the Asset Master business object:

Program and Program Type Description Available Documentation
Outbound Asset Master Processor program (R1201Z1O)

This is an outbound interoperability program.

The Outbound Asset Master Processor program fetches the F986113 record and retrieves the name and version of the custom UBE from the F0047 table.

The Outbound Asset Master Processor program passes information about the transactions to the custom UBE. The custom UBE then retrieves the records from the F1201Z1 table and processes that information.

See this topic: