JD Edwards EnterpriseOne System Administration Rel 9.x - 5 Days

Course Fees: $6390.00 excl. GST
Printed Manual: $0.00 excl. GST
Course Duration: 5 days
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This course provides the skills necessary to successfully administer a distributed CNC configuration and to troubleshoot different types of error conditions. The student will learn how to configure and administer user security, data dictionary, and server administration.

Upon completion of this course, they will be able to confidently perform routine system maintenance duties and will be able to comfortably navigate and use the various logging mechanisms available to resolve many common system and application issues.

Learn To:
Configure and manage Solution Explorer.
Describe system administration troubleshooting.
Describe security within JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.
Manage EnterpriseOne Pages.
Administer the software lifecycle.
Create and manage Hover Forms and Auto Suggest Instances

Web Administrator
System Administrator
Technical Administrator
Technical Consultant
Security Administrators
  • Describe Menus/Views and Versions
  • Security Overview
  • Describe JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Security Concepts
  • Understanding JDENet
  • Managing Objects
  • Administering Data Tools and Customizations
  • Technical Overview
  • Administering Batch Jobs
  • Administering Media Objects and Flat File Encoding
  • Describing Software Updates and Tools Releases
  • Troubleshooting Overview
  • Using Log and Configuration Files for Troubleshooting
  • Troubleshooting JD Edwards EnterpriseOne components
  • Performing Web Troubleshooting
  • Using OMW for Troubleshooting
  • Using applications for Troubleshooting

Technology Overview

Describing CNC Terminology
Describing CNC Architecture
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Metadata
Describing the Development Cycle
Describing Web Architecture
Describing Server Manager
Describing How to Access JD Edwards Documentation
Setting Up the Help System

Describing Menus, Views and Versions

Creating User-based or Custom Menus/Views
Using Versions

Security Overview

Describing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Security Components
Describing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Security Architecture

Describing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Security Concepts

Defining Users, Roles, and System IDs
Defining the Implementation of User Accounts and Roles
Discussing Environments
Describing Solution Explorer Security
Managing Fast Path

JDENet

Analyzing JDENET Processes
Analyzing Database Structures
Starting and Stopping Services on OAS
Starting and Stopping Services on WAS
Describing Kernel Recycling

Managing Objects

Describing Object Management Workbench
Describing Object Management Configuration
Evaluating the Data Browser
Describing Batch Promotion Utility
Using Interactive Versions
Describing Package Build and Deployment

Administering Data Tools and Customization

Describing UDCs
Describing Data Dictionary
Describing Vocabulary Overrides
Describing User Overrides

Administering Batch Jobs

Defining Printers
Setting Up Batch Versions
Describing the Work With Servers Application
Using the Scheduler Application

Administering Media Objects and Flat File Encoding

Describing Media Objects
Setting Up Media Objects and Imaging
Understanding Flat File Encoding

Describing Software Updates and Tools Releases

Describing Software Updates and Tools Releases
Applying Software Updates and Tools Releases

Troubleshooting Overview

Describing General Troubleshooting Principles
Describing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Components

Using Log and Configuration Files for Troubleshooting

Defining JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Log Files
Using the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne JDE.INI
Describing Package Build Logs
Server Manager Event Notification

Troubleshooting JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Components

Appraising Troubleshooting for Data Access Problems
Troubleshooting for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne CNC Problems
Troubleshooting for Interactive and Batch Application Problems
Troubleshooting for Server Communication Problems

Performing Web Troubleshooting

Describing Web Architectures
Describing Oracle Application Server Logging
Defining Web Server Logs for Troubleshooting
Evaluating Common JD Edwards HTML Web Server Post Install Issues

Using OMW for Troubleshooting

Describing the OMW Application
Using OMW Components for Troubleshooting

Using Applications to Troubleshoot

Describing JD Edwards Support Services and Tools
Setting Up Application Failure Recovery