Just as JD Edwards' automation has helped organizations improve their business results, the step of simplifying how machine-to-machine (M2M) information is collected and acted upon in the context of an organization’s business processes will enable organizations to further extend this value to their company asset, manufacturing operations, projects and services, and supply chain.
This eBook explains the key features and benefits of using Internet of Things with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.
This Data Sheet explains the key features and benefits of using Internet of Things with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.
This chapter from the Orchestrator guides gives an overview of the Orchestrator and how it works. It also explains the EnterpriseOne architecture for IoT.
Extend your supply chain, enterprise resource planning and customer experience applications to the physical world—driving automation powered by intelligent predictive algorithms and digital twins.
This white paper talks about the business value of internet of things and the components of the JD Edwards internet of things solution.
This white paper talks about enabling technologies for asset-intensive industries.
This document provides information for installation of JD Edwards Orchestrator components.
Read this section to know how to define the path to the AIS server in the Orchestrator Studio, test the EnterpriseOne to Orchestrator implementation, and upgrade Orchestrator components.
Read this chapter to understand Orchestration Lifecycle management, setting up user access to the the Orchestrator Studio, upgrade orchestration components to UDOs, clear orchestration cache on the AIS server, create connection soft encoding records for connector service requests and enable orchestration error and exception handling.
This OBE shows you how to test running a sample orchestration in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrator Client. It provides a good introduction on how JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications can consume and process data from devices attached to things in an IoT environment.
This tutorial shows how to use the Service Request design page in the Orchestrator Studio to create a form request, which is a component of an orchestration that enables an orchestration to perform a business transaction in EnterpriseOne.
This tutorial shows how to use the Orchestrator Studio to create a message service request. You can add a message service request to an orchestration to enable it to send a message to users in the EnterpriseOne Work Center or an external email system.
Duration: 30 minutes
This tutorial shows you how to create an orchestration that can perform transactions in a JDBC enabled database that is external to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.
Duration: 40 minutes
This tutorial shows how to create an orchestration in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrator Studio and how to test running an orchestration in the Orchestrator Client.
This Oracle By Example (OBE) shows you how to attach a schedule to an orchestration and how to use scheduler services on the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Application Interface Services (AIS) Server to run the orchestration according to its schedule.
Duration: 20 minutes
This OBE shows you how to use the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrator Studio to create a simple orchestration that will pass data from an Internet of Things (IoT) device into an EnterpriseOne application in an IoT environment.
This OBE shows how you can add a nested rule and service request to an orchestration to create a more dynamic orchestration that can perform more than one action in EnterpriseOne.
The main chapters in this guide contain instructions for Orchestrator Studio 6.0.1 and 6.1.x, the latest versions of the Orchestrator Studio. Orchestrator Studio 6.0.1 is available with EnterpriseOne Tools 9.2.2. Orchestrator Studio 6.1.0 is available with EnterpriseOne Tools 184.108.40.206. Instructions for prior releases of the Orchestrator Studio and pre-Orchestrator Studio instructions have been moved to the appendices in this guide.