1 Introduction to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne UX Roles

This chapter discusses:

1.1 Understanding UX One Roles

UX One combines the latest advancements of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne user experience, centering around the Alert, Analyze, Act design principles. Alert, Analyze, Act enables users to work the way they want and be more efficient.

This guide discusses the role-based solutions that have been created and delivered across the broad portfolio of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne products. Using these solutions, users can sign into the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system using a specific UX One role, and automatically be presented with pages that display:

  • Alerts about information or situations that require immediate attention.

  • Data in graphical format to enable users to easily analyze the information that is critical to their job role.

  • Tasks on a springboard that provide easy access to the programs and pages users need to be able to quickly act upon the alerts and data they see.

The UX One roles combine the best of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne technologies, which enable end users to work smarter and more efficiently. These include:

  • One View Reporting

    Many of the alert and analyze components on the UX One role pages are based on One View Reporting applications.

  • Watchlist Alerts

    The alerts on the UX One pages utilize One View Reporting Watchlists to notify users when situations require their attention.

  • Page Composer

    Page composer functionality is used to create and modify the UX One pages.

  • Composite Application Framework form layouts

    Many of the applications that are accessed from the UX One pages included updated form layouts to provide a more efficient user experience.

  • JET components

    The analyze components on the UX One pages are created using JET technology. This technology enables the graphical display of EnterpriseOne data.

  • List View grid format

    Many of the forms that are accessed from the UX One pages include List View grid formats to enable users to view important information about each displayed record.

  • Springboard

    The UX One pages include a springboard that enables users to easily access the applications that they need to complete their job duties.

Figure 1-1 Technology Components in UX One

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Additionally, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne has delivered a tool set that enables citizen developers to modify the delivered UX One roles and components, or create new roles and components that meet the requirements of their organization.

For additional information about the components that are included on these role-based pages, how to use them, and how to configure them to meet your needs, see the following topics:

1.1.1 User Defined Objects for UX One

User Defined Objects (UDOs) are web objects that you can create using the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne web interface. You can create them for your own use or share them with other users so that they can view and use them. The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne UX One roles and the associated pages use UDOs, such as queries, One View Watchlists, grid formats, and personal forms, to deliver an enriched user experience. You can use the delivered UDOs as is, modify them based on your requirements, or use them as examples to create new UDOs.

For the complete list of UDOs that are available for UX One, visit:


1.2 Prerequisites

Before using JD Edwards EnterpriseOne UX One roles, you must ensure that your system is configured to support UX One roles and their associated components.

See Installing and Configuring UX One in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools UX One Deployment and Development Guide for additional information and instructions.

Additionally, you must set up users to have access to the UX One roles associated with their job. See Setting Up a Role Relationship in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools UX One Deployment and Development Guide.

1.3 Delivered UX One Roles

This section lists all of the UX One roles that are available for each of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne products. Additionally, some products have additional UX One components that can be used when creating or customizing UX One pages.

1.3.1 UX One Roles for Accounts Payable

Role Documentation
Accounts Payable Manager Chapter 3, "UX One Role: Accounts Payable Manager"
Additional Components for Accounts Payable Chapter 4, "Additional UX One Components for Accounts Payable"

1.3.2 UX One Roles for Accounts Receivable

1.3.3 UX One Roles for Advanced Pricing

Role Documentation
Pricing Operations Manager Chapter 9, "UX One Role: Pricing Operations Manager"
Procurement Pricing Operations Manager Chapter 10, "UX One Role: Procurement Pricing Operations Manager"
Strategic Pricing Manager Chapter 11, "UX One Role: Strategic Pricing Manager"
Additional Components for Advanced Pricing Chapter 12, "Additional UX One Components for Advanced Pricing"

1.3.4 UX One Roles for Agreement Management

1.3.5 UX One Roles for Benefits Management

Role Documentation
Benefits Manager Chapter 15, "UX One Role: Benefits Manager"

1.3.6 UX One Roles for Blend Management

1.3.8 UX One Roles for Fulfillment Management

Role Documentation
Fulfillment Manager Chapter 24, "UX One Role: Fulfillment Manager"
Additional Components for Fulfillment Management Chapter 25, "Additional UX One Components for Fulfillment Management"

1.3.9 UX One Role for General Accounting

1.3.10 UX One Roles for Grower Management

1.3.11 UX One Roles for Grower Pricing and Payments

1.3.12 UX One Role for Health and Safety Management

Role Documentation
Safety Manager Chapter 31, "UX One Role: Safety Manager"

1.3.13 UX One Role for Homebuilder Management

Role Documentation
Lot Start Manager Chapter 32, "UX One Role: Lot Start Manager"

1.3.14 UX One Roles for Human Capital Management

1.3.15 UX One Roles for Inventory Management

1.3.17 UX One Roles for Outbound Inventory Management

Role Documentation
VMI Account Manager Chapter 39, "UX One Role: VMI Account Manager"
VMI Agreement Manager Chapter 40, "UX One Role: VMI Agreement Manager"
Additional Components for Outbound Inventory Management Chapter 41, "Additional UX One Components for Outbound Inventory Management"

1.3.18 UX One Roles for Payroll Management

Role Documentation
Payroll Manager Chapter 42, "UX One Role: Payroll Manager"

1.3.19 UX One Roles for Procurement Management

1.3.20 UX One Roles for Project Management

Role Documentation
Project Manager Chapter 45, "UX One Role: Project Manager"

1.3.22 UX One Roles for Rental Management

Role Documentation
Rental Operations Manager Chapter 49, "UX One Role: Rental Operations Manager"
Additional Components for Rental Management Chapter 50, "Additional UX One Components for Rental Management"

1.3.23 UX One Roles for Requisition Self-Service

1.3.24 UX One Roles for Sales Order Management

Role Documentation
Customer Service Manager Chapter 52, "UX One Role: Customer Service Manager"
Customer Service Representative Chapter 53, "UX One Role: Customer Service Representative"
Additional Components for Sales Order Management Chapter 54, "Additional UX One Components for Sales Order Management"

1.3.25 UX One Roles for Service Management

1.3.26 UX One Roles for Transportation Management

Role Documentation
Shipping Supervisor Chapter 60, "UX One Role: Shipping Supervisor"
Transportation Manager Chapter 61, "UX One Role: Transportation Manager"
Additional Components for Transportation Management Chapter 62, "Additional UX One Components for Transportation Management"

1.3.27 UX One Roles for Warehouse Management

Role Documentation
Warehouse Manager Chapter 63, "UX One Role: Warehouse Manager"
Additional Components for Warehouse Management Chapter 64, "Additional UX One Components for Warehouse Manager"