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J.D.Edwards OneWorld Xe : Using Object Management Workbench - Steve Hester

J.D.Edwards OneWorld Xe

Using Object Management Workbench

Paperback Published: 1st November 2001
ISBN: 9780072192544
Number Of Pages: 260

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This text has been written for the new and experienced OneWorld professionals who need to use and get the most from the Object Management Workbench (OMW). It provides the fundamentals and details behind the business and technical information about OMW, alongside practical advice and special sections containing proven tips and recommendations for successful usage of OMW.

Forewordp. viii
Acknowledgmentsp. x
Object Management Workbench Fundamentalsp. 1
Projectsp. 2
Default Projectsp. 3
Objectsp. 4
Ownersp. 5
Rolesp. 5
Allowed Actionsp. 7
Tokensp. 8
The Object Management Workbench Formp. 9
Project View Searchp. 11
Project View Advanced Searchp. 13
News/Status Viewp. 15
Search Viewp. 18
Summaryp. 26
Developing with Object Management Workbenchp. 29
Working with Projectsp. 30
Creating a Projectp. 30
Project Propertiesp. 35
Loggingp. 36
Add All Objectsp. 38
Move Objectsp. 40
Advance a Projectp. 42
Deleting a Projectp. 44
Working with Objectsp. 44
Creating a New Objectp. 45
Viewing and Modifying an Existing Objectp. 46
Removing and Deleting an Existing Objectp. 46
Design Functionsp. 50
Object Propertiesp. 68
Checking Out Objectsp. 69
Checking In Objectsp. 72
Save and Restorep. 72
Object Iconsp. 74
Maintaining Objects in Multiple Software Releasesp. 74
Working with Tokensp. 75
The Token Management Systemp. 75
Working with Ownersp. 79
Adding Owners to Projectsp. 79
Viewing and Maintaining Owner Propertiesp. 80
Summaryp. 81
OMW Setup and Configurationp. 83
What Is Object Management Configuration?p. 85
User Rolesp. 89
Shipped User Rolesp. 89
How User Roles Relate to OMW Projectsp. 93
Allowed Actionsp. 102
Allowed Actionsp. 102
Adding an Allowed Actionp. 108
Deleting or Removing Allowed Actionsp. 110
Copying Allowed Actionsp. 110
Activity Rulesp. 113
Shipped Activity Rulesp. 114
High-Risk Activity Rulesp. 118
Adding New Activity Rulesp. 138
Copying Activity Rulesp. 155
Deleting Activity Rulesp. 156
Activity Rules Directorp. 158
Constantsp. 160
Definitionp. 160
Setting Up Your Constantsp. 160
Tables That the Object Management Workbench (OMW) Usesp. 164
Creating a Save Locationp. 165
Defining a Save Locationp. 166
Creating a Save Location Path Codep. 166
Creating a Save Location Environmentp. 173
Defining Your Save Location to OMWp. 175
OMW Logging Capabilitiesp. 176
Setting Up OMW Loggingp. 177
Customizing the Level of OMW Loggingp. 178
Viewing OMW Logging Informationp. 181
Object Action Notificationp. 184
OMW Reporting Capabilitiesp. 187
Project Management Reportp. 187
Project Users Reportp. 188
Project Objects Reportp. 189
Object Management Log Reportp. 189
Object Management Log Purge Report (R98210A)p. 190
User Allowed Action Report (R98223A)p. 190
Consolidated Project/Transfer Activity Rules (R98230B)p. 191
Transfer Activity Rules Report (R98230C)p. 192
Project Status Activity Rules Report (R98230D)p. 192
OMW Configuration Report (R98230E)p. 193
Summaryp. 194
Strategic Change Managementp. 195
What Is a Software Development Life Cycle?p. 196
Definition of Software Development Life Cyclep. 196
Why Is the Software Development Life Cycle Important to Your Company?p. 197
Recommended Points of Review for Changesp. 198
Applying Emergency Fixes to the Systemp. 200
What Do I Need to Keep Track Of?p. 205
Hardware and Operating System Changesp. 206
Environments and Architecturep. 207
OneWorld Objectsp. 208
XPI or Third-Party Integrationp. 209
Documentationp. 210
Standard OMW Configurationsp. 210
Standard Project Configurationp. 211
When the Token Is Releasedp. 219
Deleting Objectsp. 219
Advanced Object Management Configurationsp. 220
Custom Environments and Path Codesp. 220
Sandbox Environment and Path Codesp. 221
Training Environment and Path Codep. 222
Handling Control Datap. 223
Summaryp. 224
Object Management Workbench Case Studyp. 225
Case Study of a Small OneWorld Development Effortp. 226
Company Overviewp. 227
Standard Configurationp. 227
Case Study of a Large OneWorld Development Effortp. 231
Company Overviewp. 232
Environmentsp. 232
Object Management Workbench Configurationp. 234
Summaryp. 240
Indexp. 241
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ISBN: 9780072192544
ISBN-10: 0072192542
Series: J.D. Edwards Press S.
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 260
Published: 1st November 2001
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 19.0  x 1.4
Weight (kg): 0.45