At the center of the all the 9.2 initiatives is the new JD Edwards UX One. It allows for real-time access to data. And, most importantly, using the principles of Alert, Analyze, Act, UX One helps business analysts manage by exception, while giving them control to configure their own user experience to maximize efficiency.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne One View Watchlists became available in release 9.1, making it possible for business analysts to Manage by Exception.
One View Watchlists are simple, user-defined alerts that call attention to data outside the “normal” parameters. This real-time system monitoring of key metrics allows EnterpriseOne users to focus on higher priority issues expediently.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2 offers an enhanced user navigational experience and dashboards that help cut out the need for IT support for customizations. One View Financial Statements, for instance, are reports that financial users can create, customize, and maintain on their own.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2 helps business analysts Analyze, by way of List Views, Composed Pages, and Active Content Pages made possible by Oracle JET.
EnterpriseOne 9.2 users can now switch between List View and Table View. List View grid formats are user-customized layouts enabling analysts to arrange multiple fields vertically across fewer columns. This makes important information easier to find to assist in the Analyze function.
The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Pages Composer is a user-friendly tool that allows end-users to build their own interactive content into classic EnterpriseOne pages. A single page could include web pages, One View Reports & Watchlists, other external content, and much more.
Springboard navigation makes it easy for JD Edwards users to transition from Analyze to Act. The reports and applications required to make decisions and act are a click away. Access to applications throughout the JD Edwards footprint are determined by a pre-defined UX One role.