Integrate with Oracle JD Edwards

Why Integrate with Oracle JD Edwards?

The integration of Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne with Oracle Content Management lets you attach managed documents to transactions and collaborate through conversations.

With content stored in Oracle Content Management, you can do the following:

  • Access documents using web, desktop devices, and mobile devices.

  • View, search, and manage documents directly in the web interface.

  • Collaborate through conversations, and conversations about specific transactions or documents.

  • Review document usage data.

When you enable the integration, you can use the following from within JD Edwards EnterpriseOne:

  • User Conversations: Start or participate in social conversations about a topic of interest within EnterpriseOne using the Conversation icon in the menu bar.

  • Contextual Conversations: Start or participate in conversations about specific business records within EnterpriseOne. Create conversations within the context of a transaction using the Conversation icon in the header bar of the Attachment Manager.

  • Contextual Documents: Add documents to the cloud and organize documents while still keeping them in the context of your business record by using the Document icon in the header bar of the Attachment Manager.

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To integrate Oracle Content Management with JD Edwards, there are prerequisites from the JD Edwards side. On the Oracle Content Management side, you will need an Oracle Cloud Account, an OCM instance and be assigned with the right access roles.

Integration Process

Integrations generally require configurations in both applications that are being integrated. So check the documentation on both sides. In addition to the requirements on the OCM side, you need a subscription for the product that you intend to integrate with OCM.For more integration details, please also refer to the Oracle JD Edwards documentation.