With Release 9.2, JD Edwards changed the entire paradigm of how objects work in EnterpriseOne, and introduced User Defined Objects, or UDOs. UDOs are web-based objects that you create in EnterpriseOne. By "you" we mean a Citizen Developer, like a business analyst, or even an end-user.
You can create an object for your own use, what we call personalizations, and, if your and others permissions have been set to do so, you can share it with other users.
The following UDOs are available from the EnterpriseOne interface. Click on the UDO name to access the resources that support that UDO:
This video provides an overview of the process for managing User Defined Objects.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne form extension frequently asked questions.
This quick tour video provides an overview of form extensibility and discusses how to extend and personalize a JD Edwards EnterpriseOne form easily without accessing the application code.
This presentation describes the updates to User Defined Object Management.
Frequently Asked Questions for User Defined Object (UDO) Management Best Practices
This presentation gives an overview of the User Defined Object (UDO) Management best practices.
Provides an overview of the form extensibility feature to call orchestrations in real time from EnterpriseOne applications.
This tutorial describes how to preview, approve, and reject user defined objects.
This tutorial describes how to check in, check out, move, and transfer user defined objects.
This tutorial describes how to import and export user defined objects in Web Object Management Workbench.
This tutorial provides an overview of user defined object feature, action, and view security, as well as security scenario that shows how to set up UDO action and view security for EnterpriseOne users.
This tutorial describes how to set up content security for User Defined Objects.
This tutorial describes how to restrict access to a base form.
This Oracle by Example (OBE) shows you how to create a new search group, add related information to a search group, and add actions to a search group with regard to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Search.
This tutorial demonstrates how to manage the user defined objects view security from the UDO Management (P98220U) application.
This tutorial shows how you can review and manage object dependencies for Composite Page and Composite Application Framework user-defined objects.
This tutorial illustrates how to navigate to each User Defined Object (UDO) for creation or editing.
This tutorial describes how to associate an orchestration with an event to update grid values.
This tutorial describes how to associate orchestrations with events on EnterpriseOne applications in real time without customizations.
This tutorial demonstrates how to add available (unused) business view columns to a form header and grid by using the Form Extension UDO.
This tutorial demonstrates how to personalize Form, Row, and Report exits by hiding, showing, and renaming them.
This tutorial demonstrates how to create a List View grid format.
This tutorial demonstrates how to use a list view grid format in an EnterpriseOne form and use some of the List View grid features.
This tutorial demonstrates how to rename grid column headers for table view and list view grid formats.
This tutorial describes how to view and use One View Watchlists.
This series of tutorials demonstrates how to Create EnterpriseOne Pages.
This tutorial demonstrates how to add a Springboard Pane in Page Composer and explains the Menu Indexing functionality.
Describes how to add available (unused) business view columns to a JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Edit form easily using form extensibility without accessing the application code.
Describes how to use the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne web application user interface, messages and queues, media objects and mail merge workbench. Also, this guide describes how to work with processing options and user defined codes.
Describes how to use, create, modify, publish, accept and reject User Defined Objects.
Describes the web OMW application and discusses how to use it to manage and promote objects through the development life cycle.
Describes the UDO security features available in EnterpriseOne