JD Edwards EnterpriseOne CNC Admin Rel 9.2

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Course Duration: 2 days
Course Manual

Auckland

15 Apr - 16 Apr
Describe Configurable Network Computing. Implement the elements of CNC. Demonstrate competence in the CNC architecture. Troubleshoot path code definitions. Define data source terms. Create a data source. Generate a data source report. Troubleshoot data source definitions and object configuration manager. Map UBEs locally using OCM. Copy an environment using environment director tool. Use OCM. Use distributed processing.
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JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Common Foundation - RWC
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Advanced CNC Functions
  • Describing middleware and Server Manager
  • Describing the sign-on process
  • 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

Technology Overview

  • Describing the Purpose of CNC: Definition of CNC
  • Client/Server Architecture
  • CNC Architecture
  • Clients
  • Describing the Advantages of CNC
  • Leveraged Technology
  • Worldwide Business Support
  • Custom Solutions

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

Describing a Typical Configurable Network Computing Setup

  • 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

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

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

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

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

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