JD Edwards EnterpriseOne CNC Foundation Rel 8.98 Self-Study Course

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This course provides a foundational knowledge of the EnterpriseOne Configurable Network Computing (CNC) implementation, and introduces the components of a CNC architecture. Students will learn how to set up environments, path codes, data sources, and object configuration manager (OCM) mappings. Students will gain an understanding of the communication integration, and upon completion of this course, students will be able to confidently describe the components of a CNC architecture, and discuss how these components work in the CNC implementation.

This course provides customer technical and functional implementers and power users the foundational knowledge for configuring, maintaining, and cus…

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This course provides a foundational knowledge of the EnterpriseOne Configurable Network Computing (CNC) implementation, and introduces the components of a CNC architecture. Students will learn how to set up environments, path codes, data sources, and object configuration manager (OCM) mappings. Students will gain an understanding of the communication integration, and upon completion of this course, students will be able to confidently describe the components of a CNC architecture, and discuss how these components work in the CNC implementation.

This course provides customer technical and functional implementers and power users the foundational knowledge for configuring, maintaining, and customizing EnterpriseOne software.

Learn to:
  • Create data sources
  • Use Object Configuration Manager (OCM)
  • Copy environments
  • Create path codes
  • Define middleware
  • Set up a typical CNC implementation

Audience
  • Security Compliance Auditors
  • Technical Consultant
  • Technical Administrator
  • Data Modelers
  • Database Administrators

Course Topics Describe CNC Technology
  • Describe the Purpose of CNC
  • Discuss the Advantages of Using CNC
  • Describe the CNC Architecture
Describe Middleware and Server Manager
  • Discuss Middleware
  • Describe JDENET
  • Describe JDENET Processing
  • Describe JDENET on Various Platforms
  • Describe JDEBASE
  • Discuss Server Manager
Describe User Sign-On Process
  • Describe User Security
  • Discuss Data and Logic Requests
Describe a Typical CNC Configuration
  • Describe a Typical Customer Configuration
  • Change a Typical CNC Setup
Create Path Codes
  • Describe Path Code Setup
  • Create Path Codes
Create Data Sources
  • Describe Data Sources
  • Describe Database Structures
  • Create Data Sources
  • Set Up Data Source Reports
Use Object Configuration Manager
  • Describe OCM
  • Define OCM Mappings
  • Run OCM Reports
Set Up Environments
  • Define Environments
  • Run Environment Director
Describe User Roles and Profiles
  • Discuss User Roles and Profiles
  • Implement User Accounts and Roles

Course Objectives
  • Understand the purpose of CNC
  • Describe CNC architecture
  • Describe JD Edwards EnterpriseOne middleware
  • Configure a typical CNC implementation
  • Change a typical CNC implementation
  • Create a path code
  • Create a data source
  • Map objects to data sources
  • Create an environment using Environment Director
  • Understand the purpose of role profiles
  • Understand the purpose of user profiles
  • Define how roles, user IDs, and environments work together

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