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What JD Edwards is Announcing

June 9, 2020 - Announcing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release

EnterpriseOne Tools Release

Today we are announcing EnterpriseOne Tools Release, which includes Orchestrator enhancements to drive digital process transformation, improvements in user experience and support for Oracle Autonomous Database. The capabilities with EnterpriseOne Tools Release supports Application Releases 9.1 and 9.2.

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Tools Release

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrator
  • External REST Authentication via Public Key Certificates

    Extending the capabilities of the EnterpriseOne Orchestrator to securely integrate with third-party systems and cloud services, authentication to an external REST service has now been made possible through X.509 public key certificates. This enhancement broadens the range of third-party REST services that orchestrations can securely invoke.
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  • HTTP Compression for AIS Output

    This feature improves the performance of implementations that receive large data sets from the AIS server by compressing the data, thus reducing the size of the payload that is transmitted over the network, resulting in better performance.

  • Queue Control for AIS Requests

    For some orchestrations, designers require control over the order in which the transactions are executed. For example, they might want to ensure a first-in, first-out (FIFO) processing. This enhancement enables the orchestration designer to specify whether an orchestration is processed in a single-threaded queue, a fire-and-forget multithreaded queue, or a default queue. Thus, the orchestration designer has more control over the runtime processing of orchestrations.
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  • Grouped Arrays from CSV Files

    For orchestrations that read data from CSV files, this enhancement enables the designer to designate columns of data within the CSV file as indicators of grouped data. For example, a single CSV file might contain data representing multiple sales orders, with each sales order having multiple items. With this new feature, orchestration designers can use the ordinarily flat structure of a CSV file to create more hierarchical inputs for orchestrations.
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  • Return Orchestration Inputs in the Output

    With this feature, the orchestration inputs are shown on the Outputs page, and the orchestration designer can easily select to include them in the output.
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  • Printing an Orchestration

    Because orchestrations can be a major component of critical business processes, customers require a way to capture an immutable record of orchestrations as process documentation, for example, for auditing and archival purposes. The Print an Orchestration feature enables you to capture a record of your orchestrations as a printed document or as a PDF file.
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  • Expand or Collapse Nested Orchestrations

    Orchestrator Studio now allows the designer to expand and collapse orchestrations and notifications that are included in a parent orchestration. When expanded, the designer can also edit the nested orchestration or notification.
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User Experience
  • Form Personalization: Repositioning Form Controls Marked as Required

    This enhancement to the Form Personalization feature provides better user experience by enabling end users to:

    • Reposition the required form controls from one tab to another on the same form
    • Get an alert message when trying to hide the form controls for the group box that contains required fields
    • Display the required form control when Reset is done, even if the parent tab is hidden
  • Creating Form and Row Exits in Form Extensions

    This enhancement enables users to create new form and row exits in Form Extensions. This enables customers to tailor the end-user experience for their specific business processes to improve user productivity. Additionally, end-users can leverage the form interconnects to pass information in the exit so specific data is available in the called form, all without customizations. Because this capability is now included as part of form extensions, it is no longer necessary to develop and deploy form customizations using Form Design Aid to add new form and row exits.

  • Media Objects—Multiple Attachments Selection

    To improve user productivity, the media objects feature provides the capability to select and then download or delete multiple attachments at one time.

  • Additional Translations for UDOs

    This enhancement enables customers to translate labels and exits with Form Extensions and Personal Forms. With this improvement, customers who have renamed labels or added new exits can translate the text for specific languages leveraging standard UDO translations.
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Autonomous Database for JD Edwards

Oracle JD Edwards is committed to providing the best of Oracle technology to our customers and help them in realizing the benefits of lower total cost of ownership, better security, better features and functionalities, better efficiency with business processes, and greater reliability. In this endeavor, Oracle JD Edwards announces the support for Oracle Autonomous Database on dedicated Exadata infrastructure. With this support, customers can integrate their JD Edwards installation on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure with Oracle Autonomous Database on dedicated Exadata infrastructure.

Oracle Autonomous Database uses machine learning and automation to eliminate human labor, human error and manual tuning of rapidly increasing data by automating the entire database management lifecycle with its self-driving, self-securing and self-repairing capabilities. This automation ensures unprecedented cost savings, increased security, higher availability and improved productivity. Oracle Autonomous Database makes database management more efficient and induces higher levels of innovation among Oracle JD Edwards customers.

Oracle Autonomous Database is available on both Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Exadata Cloud@Customer. Oracle JD Edwards currently supports:

  • Oracle Autonomous Database on dedicated Exadata infrastructure on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
  • Oracle Autonomous Database on dedicated Exadata infrastructure on Exadata Cloud@Customer.

(Note: Oracle Autonomous Database on Shared Exadata Infrastructure is not supported).

Oracle JD Edwards supports Oracle Autonomous Database on dedicated Exadata infrastructure for the following releases:

  • JD Edwards Applications Release 9.2
  • JD Edwards Tools Release
  • Oracle Autonomous Database 19c (19.7 DBRU and above)
  • Oracle Linux 7
  • Oracle Weblogic Server

The features currently supported are:

  • Planned database maintenance with zero downtime:

    Oracle Autonomous Database enables planned database maintenance with zero downtime for Oracle JD Edwards through extended application continuity service drain time for database connections. This capability enables automatic patching of the database with the latest patches and fixes without any application downtime, manual intervention, and impact on business.

  • Manual deployment of Oracle JD Edwards with Oracle Autonomous Database:

    Customers can integrate their existing Oracle JD Edwards deployed on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to Oracle Autonomous Database by manually migrating their data into Oracle Autonomous Database and performing manual configuration.

    The Autonomous Database capabilities not currently supported are:

    • JD Edwards availability during unplanned maintenance or failures through the self-repairing capabilities of Oracle Autonomous Database
    • Scaling up or scaling down Oracle Autonomous Databases through both manual scaling and automatic scaling
    • Optimization of Oracle Autonomous Database through automatic indexing
    • Oracle Autonomous Database on Shared Exadata Infrastructure

For more information, see Autonomous Database on LearnJDE.

For any queries regarding the Oracle JD Edwards product for use with the Oracle Autonomous Database please enter a Service Request (SR) in My Oracle Support (

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Today’s announcements demonstrate Oracle’s continuing investment in the JD Edwards products and our commitment to our customers to enable their journey to a digital enterprise.