How to use Orchestrator for external REST calls

We kicked off this Orchestrator series with a look at orchestrations used to trigger JDE data exports. These enable JDE users to deliver real-time updates for a more informed and agile workforce. But it doesn’t stop there. With Orchestrator’s ability to perform external REST calls, you can create a more versatile JDE system. Maintain synchronous databases. Perform in-form validations, corrections, or updates. Even connect to external APIs....

Creating JDE orchestrations to import data

Among the many functions of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrator Studio, the tool simplifies data exchange. In a world that increasingly expects devices to talk to one another, this can mean the difference between transformation and stagnation. We last looked at the process for exporting JDE data to a format preferred by your external application, system, or device. Now, let's look at bringing data into JDE with orchestration.  

Creating JDE orchestrations to export data

In our last blog, we looked at the relationship between AIS and Orchestrator Studio. Together, they empower JD Edwards users to build orchestrations that simplify and automate business processes. More specifically, orchestrations can trigger JDE data exports to provide end users with real-time updates. The better informed an end user, the quicker they can respond to changes in the business environment. 

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