Integration

A comprehensive integration platform to enable customers to build successful and cost-effective integrations.

JD Edwards Integration

JD Edwards offers a comprehensive integration platform to enable customers to build successful and cost-effective integrations.

To meet demands and help you maximize your investment, Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne offers a broad and differentiated integration platform that addresses a full spectrum of integration needs-to other Oracle applications, third-party solutions, and Oracle Cloud applications.

Easily Install, Update, and Manage EnterpriseOne Applications

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    Seamless ERP Business Process Flows

    The broad, integrated footprint of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications saves customers the additional expense of integrating disparate systems and supporting multiple platforms, tools, and technologies.
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    A Powerful Integration Framework

    A robust integration framework with dozens of business interfaces that enable integrations with Oracle applications, third-party applications, mobile applications, and Oracle Cloud applications.
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    A Modern Architecture

    Adoption of the REST architecture for networked applications that has enabled the rapid development of mobile applications and pav the way for building additional role-based applications and support for the Internet of Things.
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    A Range of Choices for Your Business

    A key resource that helps customers to gain the most value from their technology investments and provides a range of technology choices to solve business problems in the most cost effective way.

Integration Platforms

JD Edwards embraced the philosophy of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) to identify efficient methods for integrating JD Edwards's core ERP solutions with other solutions that customers need to meet their business requirements.

JD Edwards makes available product business interfaces that provide customers with utmost flexibility and multiple choices for meeting their integration needs. Product business interfaces include samples, starter kits, infrastructure and other supporting content to enable customers to achieve an integration according to their business requirements

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Integration Platform

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    EnterpriseOne Business Services

    A comprehensive set of native web services capabilities that include the capabilities to develop, publish, consume, and administer web services directly from JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools.
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    Integration Tools and Technologies

    Provides you with the technology to create and manage integrations for those scenarios that are outside of the scope of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne prepackaged integrations and web services.
Near Real-Time Integration

A real-time event (RTE) is a standards-based business event, for example a notification to a third-party system that a business transaction has occurred in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system. Third-party systems can subscribe to the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system to receive notification when a specific transaction occurs.

You can use any JD Edwards EnterpriseOne interface, such as HTML, WIN32, and terminal servers to generate real-time events. Real-time events can be used for both synchronous and asynchronous processing.

Real-Time Integration

Business services are standards-based web services that enable interoperability between JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and other Oracle applications or third-party applications and systems. They are a set of selfcontained, stateless business functions that accept one or more requests and returns one or more responses through a well-defined, standards based interface.

In JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, published business services are exposed to consumers as web services. A web service is a standardized way of integrating web-based applications. These web services enable JD Edwards EnterpriseOne to expose native transactions to other applications and systems.

Integration Choice

A critical part of the integration development process is to consider a number of integration criteria and make the decisions that are appropriate to a given business scenario. For example, the integration choices may be driven by the question whether data availability and processing should occur in real time or near real time, or whether batch processing is sufficient.

JD Edwards builds and delivers integrations to selected Oracle products (cloud and on premise) and even 3rd party solutions. We identify the most common business process flows and data sharing needs, and develop integration solutions to address those. In this way JD Edwards provides a significant benefit in delivered integrations, and customers can then extend the JD Edwards delivered integration solution to address their unique requirements, selecting the right JD Edwards provided integration technology.