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JD Edwards EnterpriseOne: The Complete Reference by John Stern, Michael Jacot, Joseph Miller, Allen Jacot

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CHAPTER 10
EnterpriseOne Specialty Applications

EnterpriseOne is a very robust enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. This means that it offers a lot of specialty applications that users can use to their advantage. In this chapter we are going to look at some of the major applications that you need to be aware of in EnterpriseOne.

We will touch on the Object Management Workbench (OMW). This application has change management features built into the tool. We will explain how it can help meet your software development life cycle requirements. It is also a single interface for your developers to access all the tools in EnterpriseOne.

The software uses metadata across the system to provide some of the functionality. This metadata is used to handle Julian dates and translate field names to meaningful descriptions. The system uses metadata to handle field lengths and different data types. This metadata is called the data dictionary. We will cover why this is important and some of the key concepts of the data dictionary.

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