UX One gives you choice and control by providing you options to personalize and configure your user experience. The Alert, Analyze, Act design principle displays your most important decision making data in one location - a role-based landing page. You can view alerts, analyze critical data in a graphical format, and take action on the alerts.
JD Edwards UX One provides an innovative user experience that enables users to perform their daily tasks more efficiently using an Alert-Analyze-Act design paradigm.
A presentation that describes JD Edwards EnterpriseOne UX One module.
A presentation that describes JD Edwards EnterpriseOne UX One roles.
In this video, you'll see a preview of some of the innovative capabilities delivered with JD Edwards UX One that provides "citizen developer" tools enabling you to build intuitive and graphical UX One pages across the JD Edwards applications using Alert, Analyze, Act design principles.
Watch this video to know how UX One increases user productivity by leveraging the Alert, Analyze, Act design principle. UX One includes both a set of role-based application content as well as tools that you can use to optimize a user's interaction with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.
This data sheet describes JD Edwards EnterpriseOne's latest advancement to improve the user experience of end users.
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.
This FAQ document addresses questions on the Restricted Use License for One View Reporting for JD Edwards UX One and minimal technical requirements (MTRs).
Learn how to implement JD Edwards EnterpriseOne UX One by importing and deploying delivered UX One roles, configuring a UX One role, and optionally, using JET to develop your own UX One components.
Learn how to create a new UX One page by leveraging delivered, role-based UX One content such as watchlists, analytic components, and simplified forms. Learn how to personalize each component on the new page by using various UDO frameworks.
Describes the UX One roles that are available for use and discusses how to use them.
UX One is delivered with several pre-configured user roles. A UX One role uses several user defined objects. To set up and implement a UX One role, it is important that you identify the components required for that role. This OBE tutorial shows you how to implement the Requisition Manager UX One role.
This document provides an interactive spreadsheet with information on the objects needed for each E1 Page within a UX One Role.
This document provides information about intalling ADF components.
This Oracle By Example (OBE) shows you how to:
This white paper presents the performance of interactive applications in conjunction with UX One using AIS caching.
Describes how to deploy UX One content to run in EnterpriseOne and describes the tools for developing Oracle JET applications for EnterpriseOne.
This chapter provides information about extending Application Development Framework (ADF) applications.
This Oracle By Example demonstrates how to create an EnterpriseOne JET application based on a template that includes a single chart with a menu and query builder features.
This tutorial demonstrates how to manage the user defined objects view security from the UDO Management (P98220U) application.
Having the right information and the ability to respond to it quickly are vital to business success. Enterprise users want a responsive, easy-to-understand user interface that gives them immediate access to the data they need, and simple ways to act on that information. UX One addresses that need by providing an intuitive, modern interface that makes it easy for users to engage with the information in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne UX One enables users to access vital data and perform their day-to-day tasks more efficiently through a set of pre-built content. The content can be used as is or can be personalized. UX One content leverages frameworks instead of technical design tools, enabling citizen developers to make changes to the content and create new content.
You can use Page Composer to modify and create new UX One pages. This series of tutorials demonstrates how to Use Page Composer, Use Images in Page Composer, Use Designer Pane in Page Composer, Add a Watchlist Pane in Page Composer, Add a Springboard Pane in Page Composer.
The Alert Pane in UX One generally consists of Watchlists, which are based on queries. You may want to update these Watchlists and queries or add some of your own. This series of tutorials demonstrates how to Create queries to search for data, and Create and share One View Watchlists.
The Analyze Pane in UX One generally consists of data visualizations or charts. You may want to navigate to EnterpriseOne applications from these charts and update the application versions that they call. This series of tutorials demonstrates how to Navigate from a UX One chart and Set versions for UX One chart context menu applications.
The Act Pane in UX One generally consists of a springboard, which is a collection of tasks available to a role. These tasks can be EnterpriseOne applications, batch programs, ADF applications, or One View reports. If the task is an application, you can simplify and personalize the forms accessed, based on your roles and specific requirements.
This tutorial shows how you can review and manage object dependencies for Composite Page and Composite Application Framework user-defined objects.