This chapter contains these topics:
A business interface is a set of components that implementation teams can use to create an integration between JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and an external system. Business interfaces can include one or more of these business interface components:
Batch Import and Export Programs
Each of these interface components can be used to send data to or from the EnterpriseOne system. While some of these interface components are used within a specific process, most have been designed as stand-alone components that can assist implementation teams with building customized integration solutions.
Note:Most of the business services available in the EnterpriseOne system are stand-alone components. Those business services are documented in detail in this guide.
In addition to those business services, there are others that have been created for use with a specific pre-built integration. Those services are documented within the context of the integration process to which they belong.
For additional information about the services that have been created as part of a pre-built integration process, see Chapter 6, "Business Services for Pre-Built Integrations"
This guide describes each business interface component available in the EnterpriseOne system, and organizes these components by business object. A business object is a specific piece of business data, such as a customer, sales order, or business unit.
For the purposes of this guide, the business objects have been grouped under their respective product areas, which include:
Asset Lifecycle Management (ALM)
Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
Financial Management Solutions (FMS)
Human Capital Management (HCM)
Real Estate Management
Supply Chain Management and Manufacturing (SCM and MFG)
Additional detailed technical information about these interface components is available in the Oracle Technical Catalog, which is accessible at:
For additional information about the information provided in the catalog, and instructions regarding how to use the catalog, see Section 5.1, "Using the Oracle Technical Catalog."