Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Oracle JDE VMs - EnterpriseOne 9.0.1 - 8.98.2 tools release
Announcing Availability of Oracle VM Templates for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
Oracle announces the availability of Oracle VM templates for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. Oracle VM Templates for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne provide an alternative to the traditional installation process, allowing customers and partners to bring up a fully functioning JD Edwards EnterpriseOne installation in days rather than weeks.
Three Oracle VM templates encapsulate preinstalled images of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne enterprise server, database server, and HTML server. The templates eliminate the need to install the operating system, database, and web server components and completely by-pass the traditional JD Edwards EnterpriseOne installation process. New instances of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne servers can also be provisioned within minutes.
The installation is built on a complete Oracle technology stack: Oracle VM, Oracle Enterprise Linux 5, Oracle Database 11g R1, Oracle Internet Application Server 10g R3, and JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.0 with Update 1.
The rapid time-to-value of this offering is ideally suited to implementations that leverage the Oracle Accelerate program. Wherever customers have a need to accelerate the application implementation phase using Oracle Business Accelerators, they will also realize similar benefit by accelerating the installation and technical configuration using Oracle VM templates.
Virtualizing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne servers in an Oracle VM environment brings other benefits beyond rapid installation. The number of physical servers required can often be reduced, thereby reducing acquisition, maintenance, and energy costs. And the ability to save and restore images of fully configured servers provides a powerful tool within a complete disaster recovery plan.
Introduction page on OTN:
Link to TOI:
Link to Public presentation:
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Sunday, November 22, 2009
Friday, November 20, 2009
Saturday, November 14, 2009
After long time without posting about Oracle Open World 2009, I came back with this video, by Larry Ellison's second keynote speech. Sorry by the low video resolution, but I broadcast live from my laptop using my personal web cam attached to the lid of the water bottle they gave us. It was crazy experience for me but I think it worked!
So, enjoy the video!
Saturday, November 7, 2009
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Common Foundation Rel 9.0 - RWC
- Navigate the EnterpriseOne web client
- Use EnterpriseOne applications on the web
- Manage user defined codes and category codes
- Define and manage application versions
- Use the Employee Work Center
- Access online help and error messages
- Security Administrators
- Technical Consultant
- Reports Developer
- Technical Administrator
- End Users
- Application Developers
- Navigate EnterpriseOne software
- Manage and use grids
- Define and manage versions
- Access the Employee Work Center
- Identify help and support options
- Describing JD Edwards software features
- Describing system integration
Navigating the EnterpriseOne Web Client
- Describing the EnterpriseOne application interface
- Navigating the EnterpriseOne web client
Managing Form Grids
- Describing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne forms
- Creating new form grids
- Exporting and importing grid data
- Attaching media objects to forms and records
Using Applications on the Web
- Describing software records
- Adding and revising records
- Using hot keys and search features
- Working with queries
Managing User Defined Codes and Category Codes
- Describing user defined codes (UDCs)
- Describing category codes
Defining Application Versions
- Defining application versions
- Describing facts about versions
- Describing interactive versions
- Describing batch versions
Managing Application Versions
- Managing interactive versions
- Managing batch versions
- Submitting batch versions
Reviewing the Employee Work Center
- Describing the Employee Work Center
- Describing Work Center queues
- Describing Work Center message types
Reviewing Online Help and Error Messages
- Describing online help and error messages
- Accessing online documentation
- Reviewing error messages
Identifying Support Services
- Describing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne support services
- Using online support
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools 8.98.2 contains new product enhancements and additional platform certifications.
- Resource Management in Server Manager
A set of enhancements to the Server Manager tool which provides greater insight and diagnostics into the memory and CPU usage of E1 call object and UBE kernel processes. This enables system administrators to quickly identify processes with high resource consumption and reclaim those system resources to ensure system stability. It also decreases the time required for developers to identify the root cause of resource consumption issues
- Application Query Security
A modification to the Security Workbench application and runtime platform that enables administrators to configure required field input when users are performing queries in interactive applications and data browser. The administrator can also configure this security by application and also choose to issue an error or warning when the user has not entered in the required fields
- Automatic Generation of Tables and Indices in ESUs
A modification to the process for applying Electronic Software Updates (ESUs) to automatically generate new tables and indices that previously required manual special instructions
- Support for Oracle WebLogic Server 10.3.1 (Linux 5 64-bit)
Note: This is the initial certification of the Oracle WebLogic server with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
- Support for Oracle Database 11g R2 (Linux 5 64-bit only)
- Support for Oracle Web Services Manager 10.1.3.3
- Support for Oracle Service Bus 10.3
- Support for IBM WebSphere Portal 6.1
- Support for Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 for development and package build processes
- Support for Microsoft Windows 7 for JDE E1 web client (Internet Explorer 8 only)
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Sunday, November 1, 2009
Since long I don't post anything! First of all, I'm sorry about that, but it's really hard to be out during one hole week and after get all work done!
So, I got a lot of material at Open World, I went in many "Hands on Labs", I tried to get as much networking as possible, and worked!
I'll publish these materials, since technical approaches in how to migrate from XE to 9.0 or how to create an BI Publisher application from scratch...
The Open World 2009 experience gave me more enthusiasm in JD Edwards... I could see by my eyes that Oracle is supporting and investing in JD Edwards, and even Larry Ellison in one speech, talked about JD Edwards.
I'd like to say thanks to Oracle by the opportunity to be there, and hope next year to be there!
Thursday, October 15, 2009
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Don't Miss a Thing
This year, our annual concert celebration that says "thank you" to our customers and partners takes you back to the spectacular setting of historic Treasure Island-an idyllic island landmark in the San Francisco Bay.
Leading the 2009 lineup of international superstars is one of the biggest bands of all time: Aerosmith. The "Bad Boys from Boston" have defined the style and sound of hard rock for nearly three decades with a seemingly endless list of hits, including "Dream On," "Sweet Emotion," "Back in the Saddle," "Walk This Way," "I Don't Wanna Miss a Thing," and "Amazing."
Roger Daltrey is noted as a founder of the legendary rock band The Who, in the early 1960s. His energy and stage presence established The Who at the monumental Monterey Pop, Woodstock, and Isle of Wight music festivals, and his instincts for production carved the band's path through the era of stadium rock. While continuing to sing with The Who over the decades, Daltrey has also established himself as a film actor and solo concert performer. He takes the stage on Treasure Island with a complete solo lineup of music from The Who.
Also topping the evening's musical lineup, the Wailers bring the mesmerizing rhythms of reggae to the stage. As the greatest living exponents of Jamaica's reggae tradition, the Wailers have played to an estimated 24 million people across the globe and were the first reggae band to tour new territories on many occasions, including Africa and the Far East.
Three Dog Night
Three Dog Night, legendary music icons entering their fourth decade together, bring their record-shattering hits to the stage at Treasure Island this year at Oracle OpenWorld. In the years 1969 through 1974, no other group achieved more top 10 hits, moved more records, or sold more concert tickets than Three Dog Night, whose Top 40 hits include "Joy to The World," "Mama Told Me (Not To Come)," and "An Old Fashioned Love Song." Don't miss this live performance of your favorite Three Dog Night hits.
Rounding out the night's musical lineup, Shooter Jennings (AKA Waylon Albright Jennings) brings country to the stage in a way that only the son of Waylon Jennings could. From his debut album Put The 'O' Back In Country to his big-screen debut in the 2005 biopic Walk the Line, where he played his father, to his subsequent albums and concert appearances, Jennings produces a sound that's nourished by tradition, acknowledges his family, and yet is entirely his own.
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