Just recently Oracle announced the latest JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release 9.2 Update 5. It supports EnterpriseOne Applications Release 9.2. We already updated our public demo environment to the latest tools release 220.127.116.11 for you to test.
New enhancements included in Release 9.2.5
Assertion Framework for Orchestrations
Check out the Assertion Framework that enables orchestration designer to assert the values that are expected to be produced by an orchestration. Read more
Enhanced Configuration between Enterprise Servers and AIS Server
This configurability facilitates the segregation of AIS servers across environment. Read more
Allow variables in REST File Uploads
This enhancement enables the orchestration designer to use variables in the definition of the connector. Read more
Configurable AIS Session Initialization
This enhancement enables the system administrator to configure user sessions to avoid initializing an AIS session, thus conserving system resources. Read more
Extended EnterpriseOne User Session to externally hosted Web Applications
The user experience could be improved by enabling EnterpriseOne and third-party applications to share certain data. For example session information. It provides a more integrated user experience and ensures efficient use of shared resources. Read more
Optimized retrieval of large data sets by Orchestrator
New performance optimizations for Orchestrator to be able to retrieve large data sets from EnterpriseOne tables and pass the results in the orchestration output. Read more
Form Extensibility Improvements
Use the ability to unhide the business view columns on a grid that have been hidden using Form Design Aid. Users can now also mark a field as required in a form extension, and this setting will apply to all the versions of the application. Read more
Enhanced Search Criteria and Actions for Enterprise Search
EnterpriseOne Search has been enhanced with an exact match search, the ability to export search results and the ability to specify query and personal form for related action.
The application-level Help option on JD Edwards EnterpriseOne forms has been enhanced. Now users can search separately for EnterpriseOne documentation and UPK documentation. In addition, JD Edwards now provides direct access to www.LearnJDE.com from the user drop-down menu in the EnterpriseOne menu bar.
Virtual Batch Queues
This enhancement reduces the dependency on queues per individual server. It gives users the flexibility to run and rerun jobs on a group of congruent batch servers. Read more
Development Client Simplification
In Tools 9.2.5, JD Edwards has greatly reduced the time, effort, and resources required to install and maintain the development client by removing the requirement for the local database. Read more
Web-enabled Object Management Workbench (OMW)
The web version of OMW has been enhanced to support the management of development objects: applications, UBEs, business functions, and all other development objects. You can now transfer objects through a browser-based application within the EnterpriseOne web user interface. This feature eliminates the need to access the development client for object transfer. It also streamlines the life cycle of the OMW projects and objects, and it generates the potential for remote and automated processing of OMW projects and objects. Read more
Web-based Package build and deployment
The key system administration applications for package assembly, package build, and package deployment can be run through the EnterpriseOne web interface. This enhancement creates opportunities for automating and scheduling package builds and sending the related notifications through orchestrations, further extending the digital platform for JD Edwards system administration tasks.
Automated troubleshooting for kernel failures
Tools 9.2.5 expedites the troubleshooting process for kernel failures by automatically identifying the kernel failures, capturing the log files along with the problem call stack, and sending an email notification.
Continuous enhancements for a secure technology stack
Support for long and complex database passwords
Automated TLS Configuration between Server Manager Console and Agents
This feature simplifies and automates the configuration of Transport Layer Security (TLS)- based communications between the Server Manager console and the Server Manager agents. It eliminates the need to run multiple platform-specific manual commands for importing the certificate files into Java (keystore and truststore) files, which can be a complicated and error-prone process.