Posted On: October 29, 2020

Applying Oracle CPUs for JDE – Best Practices

Each quarter Oracle releases a Critical Patch Update (CPU) as a collection of patches for multiple security vulnerabilities across its products.  To keep your system secure and stable, these patches should be installed as soon as practical, especially for Weblogic and Java as they are used extensively in many JD Edwards installations. Since Weblogic runs […]

Posted On: October 22, 2020

SAP in the Public Cloud: 10 Things You Should Know

Here’s why now is the time to explore moving your SAP applications to the public cloud. The pressure to modernize enterprise resource planning (ERP) such as SAP systems is growing, as organizations become more comfortable with cloud-based deployment models. ERP in the cloud is widely viewed as essential to digital transformation. Because ERP systems interconnect […]

Posted On: October 13, 2020

How to Use SQL Script to Compare and/or Create OCMs within JD Edwards

As a CNC, there are various reasons you will be asked to create new JD Edwards environments. Below are a few of the methods a CNC can use to create a new JDE environment: Use the Environment Director (P989400) Use the Installation Planner (P9840) and Installation Workbench (P9841) Manually create a new Environment Creates OCM […]

Posted On: October 8, 2020

Oracle Monitoring Moment: An Uncommon Cure for Common Causes of Poor Oracle Database Performance

Delivering timely and accurate finance and sales reports is the most critical responsibility that any Oracle E-Business Suite Applications Manager has. For just about every business, these reports must be available every morning before business users log in. To use an easy to understand example, this blog entry will reference a cash flow report that […]

Posted On: October 1, 2020

What’s the Difference Between SAP ECC, SAP HANA, and SAP S/4HANA?

Let’s take a deep dive into SAP’s core offering of products so you can understand the nuances between them. It will help you better develop and refine your SAP roadmap. We receive many questions about the differences between SAP’s core offerings so it’s important to define the various SAP products to make sure there’s no […]

Posted On: September 29, 2020

Choosing the Best Tool for an AIS Surface Test in JD Edwards

Once you have your Application Interface Services (AIS) server configured, running without errors, and you are able to login to Orchestrator Studio you will want to test the REST API from outside of JD Edwards. It’s best to have the system as clean as possible before turning it over to anyone, especially your Development Team. […]

Posted On: September 22, 2020

Custom WebADI Integrators Part II: Streamline Oracle Financials R12 Interfaces

Integrating Oracle Financials Accounts Payable data with third-party systems has been “a chore” that EBS Subject Matter Experts have had to tolerate for a generation. Fortunately, custom WebADI integrators greatly simplifies what was once a painfully cumbersome process, eliminating the need to rely on bolt-on applications and/or manual labor. This is part II of a […]

Posted On: September 17, 2020

Amazon Web Services (AWS) Maintains Its Leadership Position in the Cloud

For the 10th consecutive year, AWS has been named the top leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure and Platform Services (CIPS). AWS was rated the highest in both Ability to Execute and Completeness of Vision. To create their report, Gartner analyzed 20 of the leading cloud providers who support enterprise workloads with a […]

Posted On: September 15, 2020

Custom WebADI Integrators Part I: Simplify Oracle R12 Financials AP 3rd Party Interfaces

For too long, Oracle Financials Accounts Payable users have faced a painful choice when it comes to integrating data from third-party systems: They’ve either needed to rely on costly bolt-on applications or depend on manual labor. Fortunately, Oracle R12 Financials users can now rely on custom WebADI integrators, which will eliminate the need for manual […]

Posted On: September 8, 2020

Cloud Alphabet Soup Decoded: IaaS vs PaaS in Plain English for Oracle EBS Users

A decade and a half ago, software-as-a-service providers like introduced “SaaS” into the business applications vocabulary. Since then, “X”-as-a-Service (XaaS) solutions have gone forth and multiplied. Every time you turn around, someone is pushing a new “X” as a service solution. Yet, in the ERP space, XaaS solutions have been slow to gain traction, […]

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