In my last post, we reviewed a JD Edwards (JDE) Orchestration case study and considered the impact of EnterpriseOne 188.8.131.52 Tools. Now, let’s focus on UX One Personal Forms and see what the Form Extensions updates might bring.
I cut my technical teeth on JD Edwards Orchestration and am an avid proponent for UX One Personal Forms. So, it isn’t surprising to see which new features caught my eye at Collaborate 19 last week. Topping the list—Orchestrations and Form Extensions.
Oracle Java Development Kit 8 (JDK) licensing will be changing in January 2019. While Oracle JD Edwards has not released an official statement, we were anxious to know the effect this might have on customers. So, we did a little digging. All signs point to business as usual for Oracle's commercial customers. The impact of this licensing change will be felt by customers who do not currently use Oracle support.