Oracle/JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Development Tools Part 1 Rel 9.2

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Development Tools Part 1 Rel 9.2 Certification Training Course Overview

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Development Tools Part 1 Rel 9.2 training course is designed to learn about the fundamentals of Application Development tools. In this training class, you will learn how to create different types of forms, add controls and event rule logic to the form.

Course Objective:

  • Describe the development tools.
  • Identify the application development foundation.
  • Use the application development tools.
  • Use additional developmental tools.
  • Create business views, tasks views and tasks.
  • Describe next numbers.
  • Enable media object functionality.

Target Audience:

  • Developer
  • Systems Administrator

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Development Tools Part 1 Rel 9.2 (40 Hours) Download Course Contents

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Course Modules

Module 1:Technology Overview
  • Describing the Application Development Methodology
  • Describing EnterpriseOne Application Development Process
  • Describing How to Access Resources for Application Development
Module 2:Identifying the Development Foundation
  • Identifying Development Components
  • Defining Development Acronyms
  • Describing the Development Cycle
  • Describing Object Storage
  • Defining Object Naming Conventions
  • Describing How to View Applications
Module 3:Describing the Change Management System
  • Describing Object Management Workbench
  • Describing Object Management Configuration
Module 4:Creating User Defined Codes and Next Numbers
  • Describing User Defined Codes
  • Describing Next Numbers
Module 5: Creating and Modifying Data Items
  • Describing the Data Dictionary
  • Creating and Modifying Data Items
Module 6:Creating Custom Tables
  • Describing the EnterpriseOne Database
  • Describing the Table Design Aid
  • Using Table Design Aid
  • Viewing Table Data
Module 7:Creating Business Views
  • Describing Business Views
  • Describing Business View Design Aid
  • Defining Business View Joins
  • Describing the Text Search Feature
Module 8:Describing Form Design Aid
  • Identifying Form Design Aid Companion Features
  • Describing the Pure Internet Architecture
  • Identifying Form Types
  • Describing the Form Design Aid Interface
Module 9:Creating Custom Applications
  • Creating Forms
  • Identifying Form Controls
Module 10:Creating Event Rules
  • Describing Runtime Processing
  • Creating Event Rules
  • Inserting Radio Button Controls
  • Creating Processing Options
Module 11:Enabling Media Object Functionality
  • Describing Media Objects
  • Enabling Media Object Functionality in Applications
  • Describing Media Object Queues
Module 12:Adding Applications to the EnterpriseOne Menu
  • Describing Solution Explorer
  • Setting Up Task Views and Tasks
  • Describing EnterpriseOne Menu
Module 13:Troubleshooting Applications
  • Describing BrowsER Functionality
  • Describing Debugging Strategies
  • Describing Logs
Module 14:Describing the Cross Reference Facility
  • Describing the Cross Reference Facility
  • Building the Cross Reference Facility
Module 15: Describing Modification Rules
  • Describing Modless Modification
  • Defining Modification Rules
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Course Prerequisites
  • Basic Computer Knowledge.
  • Working with Object Management Workbench
  • Creating Business Views
  • Creating Event Rules
  • Attaching Processing Options
  • Creating User Defined Codes
  • Adding Data Items
  • Creating Tables
  • Creating Task Views and Tasks