Announcing Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 23

October 20, 2022 Announcement

Oracle recently announced JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 23 that delivers innovative solutions that helps optimize your JDE applications, enable those applications to be the core of your digital initiatives, and simplify and automate your JD Edwards roadmap.**

To further empower organizations and their business transformation journey, the release provides innovation that automates, optimizes, and transforms business processes.

Delivering Cumulative Value

After 9.2 was released 7 years ago, JD Edwards went into a continuous innovation model, focusing on delivering incremental value quarter after quarter. By utilizing a continuous code line and shifting the delivery frequency, Oracle JD Edwards eliminated the number of upgrades and lessened the degree of change between releases. This makes it easier to implement and maintain a code current strategy, which further enables a continuous adoption mindset.

With the recent launch of Release 23 comes a great deal of new powerful functionality.

What’s New with Release 23

Applications – Increasing Productivity

Oracle JD Edwards continues to invest in user experience and B2B processing, by simplifying and automating processes with these new applications:

  • Simplified user experience
    • Employee org. chart: open positions**
    • Address book map*
  • Automate business processes
    • Match freight lines in voucher match automation**
    • JVM distribution detail voids using a batch process
    • Enabling outbound interoperability in purchase receipts inquiry**
  • Enrich feature functionality
    • Attachments by company/LOB in customer master
    • Retain exchange rate when calculating sales rebates
    • Option to print component item substitutes

Digital Platform – Driving Customer’s Digital Transformation

With Release 23, your organization can get more power out of the data that you own with the following enhancements:

  • Streamline process automation
    • Call an orchestration from a workflow**
    • Complex queries to the EnterpriseOne database
  • Remove the need for customizations
    • Logic extensions: call directly from a form extension**
    • Data set processing for logic extensions
    • Logic extensions: aggregation support
  • Improve user experience
    • File selector for orchestrations launched from and EnterpriseOne page**

System Administration – Lowering the Total Cost of Ownership

With Release 23, the following enhancements help simplify your architecture and continue to drive down the cost to run your JDE system:

  • Modern infrastructure
    • Improved performance of workloads with oracle database**
    • Centralized configuration for HTML servers
    • TLS support for DB communication
  • Sentinel administration
    • Password reset self-service**
    • Provisioning new enterprise servers with customized application package
    • Enhanced authentication for data access through DAD driver
  • Predictive patching
    • Update manager: apply updates via web client**
    • Web OMW spec object support*

The Oracle JD Edwards is already working on Release 24, showing commitment to continuously delivering cumulative value and exploring new ways the digital platform can help your organization accomplish your transformation initiatives now and in the future.

For more tools and Applications Enhancements, check out the full release.

Important Reminder

With Release 22 and 23, Oracle has announced they are moving JDE entirely to a 64-bit ERP. Beginning with EnterpriseOne Tools Release 9.2.5., release updates for the 32-bit version (which most JD Edwards customers are currently using) will stop. 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.

* Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release 22

** JDE Product Update and Roadmap: Release 23