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Your definitive guide to JD Edwards EnterpriseOneImplement and maintain a fully integrated, SOA-based ERP framework across your entire corporation. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne: The Complete Reference explains how to install and administer JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, store BI information in data marts and warehouses, manage servers and portals, and develop customized applications and kernel processes. You'll also learn how to create and distribute packages, use the security workbench, optimize performance, and apply the latest JD Edwards EnterpriseOne updates and tools releases. Set up and configure the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications suite Work with Oracle, SQL Server, DB2, MSDE, and SSE data sources Define JD Edwards EnterpriseOne path codes, task views, and environments Deploy the object configuration manager and solution explorer Build client and server packages, media objects, and data warehouses Secure JD Edwards EnterpriseOne using LDAP, single sign-on, and third-party tools Administer portals and Web sites using JD Edwards EnterpriseOne's HTML server and server manager Troubleshoot and tune your system using the performance workbenchCovers Release 8.12
Allen Jacot has more than a decade of J.D. Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation experience and has worked with the product since its original beta release in 1996.
Joseph E. Miller has worked on more than 60 implementations of the EnterpriseOne/OneWorld product over the last 10 years.
Michael Jacot is a senior principal consultant for Oracle J.D. Edwards Consulting Services and has managed many different types of EnterpriseOne implementations.
John A. Stern has participated in more than 30 EnterpriseOne implementations.
Table of Contents
EnterpriseOne Explained--Inside and Out
The Future of EnterpriseOne and Fusion
EnterpriseOne Building Blocks
Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence
Interactive and Batch Applications Defined
Packages and Their Delivery
EnterpriseOne Kernel Architecture
System Administration and Troubleshooting
EnterpriseOne Specialty Applications
EnterpriseOne Administrative Tasks
Printing in EnterpriseOne
Web Servers and Portals
Upgrade Tools and Rules
Optimizing EnterpriseOne for Your Business
Troubleshooting Enterprise One
The Enterprise One Implementation
Offshore, New Shore, and Remote Development
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