Announcing Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 22

October 11, 2021 Announcement

This month, Oracle announced the latest JD Edwards EnterpriseOne release with a new naming methodology. Release 22 continues to invest in digital transformation, user experience, system automation, and open platforms.

To further empower companies and their business transformation journey, this new naming convention, along with the release itself provides innovation that automates, optimizes, and transforms business processes.

Important Reminder

Oracle has announced they are moving JDE entirely to a 64-bit ERP. Beginning with EnterpriseOne Tools Release 9.2.5., they will stop releasing updates for the 32-bit version (which most JD Edwards customers are currently using). Instead of getting left behind, empower your organization with a move from 32-bit to 64-bit ERP processing. There’s a lot to gain.

Learn more of what it means to go 64-bit, get a review of your JDE infrastructure, and project options to move your organization into the future.

Digital Transformation

With a digital transformation platform, the ability to integrate with third-party systems and cloud services is simplified with EnterpriseOne. Earn real-time accurate data and be able to build alternative user interfaces such as mobile applications. Enhance the value of your business with these improvements:

  • Build and deploy customization with JDE Events Rules language
  • Easily retrieve data items from data requests with enhanced orchestrator
  • Bypass warnings during processing recording
  • Designate a service-only user
  • Include attachments with orchestration and notification messages

User Experience

Optimize your JD Edwards EnterpriseOne user interface and use the new release enhancements to align the requirements of your user community and your business processes with ease and no technical customizations. Streamline your user interface with the following:

  • Create external forms from EnterpriseOne web client
  • Launch orchestrations from composed EnterpriseOne page
  • Enhancements to form extensions
  • Export search results to Microsoft Excel file (not just a CSV)
  • Streamlined UBE submission process

System Automation

Whatever priorities are on your list this year, chances are automation figures prominently into those plans. With Release 22, your technical team is equipped with tools to minimize administrative processes and automate repetitive tasks such as object management, troubleshooting, and batch management. Enhancements include:

  • No downtime for deployment applications
  • Offline server manager monitoring and notification
  • Simplified UBE default que
  • Improved user security activity tracking for auditing

Open Platform

Oracle is investing in the future of JD Edwards to ensure that customers have a stable, modern platform for adopting future innovation. Release 22 improvements include:

  • Support for Oracle Autonomous Database and Shared Exadata Infrastructure
  • Enhanced business continuity with Native Oracle Database Connection Management for on-premise
  • Updated platform certifications

*Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release 22

Read the Full Release

EnterpriseOne Release 22