What is JDE UX One?
JD Edwards UX One gives you choice and control by providing you options to personalize and configure your user experience. From improved interfaces to CafeOne composite applications to E1 pages in JDE – the benefits of UX One include:
- Enhanced User Experience
- Alert/Analyze/Act Paradigm
- Minimize Customizations / Maximize Personalization
- Preserved During Upgrades (Minimizing Retrofits)
- Increase Efficiency Through Automation
- JD Edwards E1 Pages, Cafe One, Better Reporting and more
By the end of this training, you and your team will have the insights into UX One management to formulate a successful UX One implementation strategy that makes sense for your organization.
Meet the Presenters
Director of Digital Transformation at Terillium
Bryan is a JD Edwards Consultant at Terillium who specializes in both Manufacturing & Distribution modules. He has been involved in numerous successful implementations and upgrades across a wide range of industries. Additionally, he is Product Certified in all JD Edwards Manufacturing applications. Bryan is a graduate of Northern Kentucky University with a Master’s of Science in Business Informatics.
Director – ERP Technologies at Terillium
Bryan is Terillium’s JD Edwards Practice Manager and has over 16 years of experience with JDE. Bryan is a graduate of Indiana University with a Bachelor of Science in Computer and Information Systems. Bryan is focused on educating businesses on the latest JDE technologies and demonstrating how technology can be leveraged to help their organization thrive.
UX One features that will be covered in the training include:
- Queries – fields and QBE columns you select from a form and add conditions to in order to make the search criteria more specific.
- Grid Formats – a selection of the columns you choose to display, the sequence in which you want them displayed, and how information is displayed in your grid.
- Composite Application Framework (CafeOne) – JDE Cafe One is a user interface framework that enables JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications to integrate with multiple third-party content and applications, as well as other EnterpriseOne applications.
- Classic EnterpriseOne Pages (E1 Pages in JDE) – an EnterpriseOne page that enables you to work on multiple EnterpriseOne applications. Classic JD Edwards E1 Pages are HTML files and can contain any HTML-enabled functionality, such as interactive process flows, URL links and web pages, company logos, and so on.
- One View Reports – a Business Intelligence (BI) Publisher data model, a BI Publisher report, and the report definition for the One View Report, which is the metadata for the report and resides in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.
- One View Watchlists – a collection of items that match user-defined criteria and contain information to which you have selected to be alerted.
- Composed EnterpriseOne Page – an EnterpriseOne page with user defined layouts that enables you to access Designer Panes, Watchlist Panes, Classic Pages, EnterpriseOne applications, One View Reports, web pages, OBIEE objects, and ADF applications. Composed EnterpriseOne Pages differ from Classic Pages in that they do not require you to have HTML coding knowledge. You create and design your Composed EnterpriseOne Pages by using the Page Composer.
- Images – a custom or a user defined graphic you can add to various components in the Designer Pane of Page Composer. The components in the Designer Pane include EnterpriseOne applications, batch versions, tasks, ADF applications, and Watchlists.
- Personal Forms – customization of the EnterpriseOne applications UI by using an interface that does not require any Form Design Aid (FDA) based modifications.
- Search Groups – search criteria that you can design to search for records across transactional or master data within EnterpriseOne. These search groups are utilized by the EnterpriseOne Search feature.
- Form Extensions – extensibility framework that enables you to extend an EnterpriseOne form without customizations.
About Our JDE UX One Training
The training usually lasts 3-5 days – but can vary based on your needs and how much time your team can dedicate per day. The training can be conducted in four or eight hour blocks.
The total training cost depends on your business needs, how in-depth you’d like the training to be, and how many users will be attending. Contact us to learn more.
Our team can conduct the training onsite at your location, or remotely. You also have the option of using the training room at our headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Who should attend
Terillium’s UX One workshop is tailored towards business analysts and developers.
- Learn UX One components and gain hands on training.
- Formulate a successful UX One implementation strategy that makes sense for your organization
- Gain insight into UX One management and best practices