JD Edwards EnterpriseOne CNC Administration Rel 9.2.x Training Course

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne CNC Administration Rel 9.2 Certification Training Course Overview

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne CNC Administration Rel 9.2.x training course is designed to learn how to set up environments, path codes, data sources and object configuration manager (OCM). In this training class, you will also learn to confidently describe components that make up the CNC Architecture.

Target Audience:

  • Administrator
  • Systems Administrator

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne CNC Administration Rel 9.2.x Training Course (Duration : 16 Hours) Download Course Contents

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Course Modules

Module 1: Technology Overview
  • Describing the Purpose of CNC: Definition of CNC
  • Describing the Purpose of CNC: Definition of CNC
  • CNC Architecture
  • Clients
  • Describing the Advantages of CNC
  • Leveraged Technology
  • Worldwide Business Support
  • Custom Solutions
Module 2: Describing Middleware and Server Manager
  • Describing Middleware
  • Describing Middleware: JDENET
  • Describing Middleware: JDENET Usage
  • Describing Middleware: JDENET Internal Design
  • Describing Middleware: Batch Process Administration
  • Describing Middleware: JDENET Logic
  • Describing Middleware: Internal Messages
  • Describing Middleware: IBM i Servers
Module 3: Describing Middleware and Server Manager
  • Describing a Typical Customer Configuration
  • Changing a Typical Configurable Network Computing (CNC) Setup
  • Describing a Typical Customer Configuration: Prototype Environment
  • Describing a Typical Customer Configuration: Development Environment
  • Describing a Typical Customer Configuration: Production Environment
  • Describing a Typical Customer Configuration: Data Source Types
  • Describing a Typical Customer Configuration: Control Table Data Sources
  • Describing a Typical Customer Configuration: System Data Sources
Module 4: Creating Path Codes
  • Describing Path Code Setup
  • Describing Path Code Setup: Central Objects
  • Describing Path Code Setup: Using Path Codes
  • Describing Path Code Setup: Path Code Functions
  • Creating Path Codes6
  • Creating Path Codes: Definitions
  • Creating Path Codes: Modify Tables
Module 5: Creating Data Sources
  • Describing Data Sources
  • Describing Data Sources: Database Data Sources
  • Describing Data Sources: Logic Data Sources
  • Describing Data Sources: Planning for Data Sources
  • Describing Database Structures
  • Describing Database Structures: Oracle Structure
  • Describing Database Structures: SQL Server Structure
  • Describing Database Structures: IBM i Server Structures
Module 6: Using Object Configuration Manager
  • Defining Object Configuration Manager
  • Defining Object Configuration Manager: Description
  • Defining Object Configuration Manager: Characteristics
  • Defining Object Configuration Manager: Information
  • Describing OCM
  • Generating OCM Reports
  • Generating OCM Reports: Processing Options
  • Describing OCM Reports
Module 7: Setting Up Environments
  • Describing Environments9
  • Describing Environments: Definitions9
  • Describing Environments: Table Relationships
  • Creating an Environment Using Environment Director
  • Creating an Environment Using Environment Director: Characteristics
  • Creating an Environment Using Environment Director: Preparing
  • Creating an Environment Using Environment Director: Running the Environment Director
Module 8: Describing User Roles and Profiles
  • Describing User Roles and User Profiles: Role IDs
  • Describing User Roles and User Profiles: User IDs
  • Describing User Roles and User Profiles: User and Role IDs
  • Describing User Roles and User Profiles: Checking Security
  • Describing User Roles and User Profiles: Purpose of User Profiles
  • Describing User Roles and User Profiles: Environments and Roles
  • Describing User Roles and User Profiles: Sign-In
  • Describing the Implementation of User Accounts and Roles: Sign-In Options
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Course Prerequisites
  • Basic Computer Knowledge.
  • Describing a typical CNC setup
  • Creating path codes
  • Creating data sources
  • Using Object Configuration Manager
  • Setting up environments
  • Describing user roles and profiles
  • Applying CNC concepts
  • Describing middleware and Server Manager
  • Describing the sign-on process