Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Aug 14, 2015
Duration
2h 25m
Description

This course introduces JD Edwards EnterpriseOne developers to EnterpriseOne’s implementation of web services, called Business Services. The course begins by creating a Windows 7 virtual machine running a standalone instance of EnterpriseOne application release 9.1 Update 2 with tools release 9.1.5 which will be used for all demos. The course continues with a high level overview of Business Services, what they are, when they are useful, and when they aren’t, as well as the various components that make up a Business Services and the IDE which is used to create Business Services. The course then focuses on Internal, Consumer, and Published Business Services.

About the author
About the author

Shaun Meyer is an independent consultant with over 15 years of development experience in Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, JD Edwards World and Microsoft’s .NET framework.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Introduction
Hello. This is Shaun Meyer from Pluralsight and welcome to this course on Getting Started with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Business Services. You may be surprised to hear this but E1 Business Services have actually been around since 2007, but in my experience customers have until quite recently been rather slow in taking advantage of this functionality. It could be that the JD community is a cautious bunch, but I think it's more likely that customers are finally upgrading from XE, which is at the end of its life cycle to the 9's where the functionality is more commonplace. In this course we're going to have a high-level look at both consumer and published business services and how they interact with traditional E1 objects.

Setting up the Virtual Machine Development Environment
Welcome. This is Shaun Meyer from Pluralsight and in this module we'll be creating a Standalone E1 environment inside a virtual machine using Oracle's VirtualBox. Installing a Standalone E1 environment is a notoriously difficult process, usually resulting in R-rated language and a broken keyboard, but if you follow this step-by-step guide, you're guaranteed to have a working Standalone environment that can be used for all demos in this course and any future courses in this JD series. It's also going to be very useful whenever you need to test a new technology or prototype a new modification for a customer. Anytime that you need somewhere you work without affecting your main E1 instance. In this module we'll be installing the latest version of E1, which at the time of this course being published is application release 9. 1, update 2 with Tools Release 9. 1. 5.

Introducing Business Service
Hi. This is Shaun Meyer from Pluralsight and in this module we'll take an introductory look at JD Edwards EnterpriseOne's Business Services. We'll cover what business services actually are, when they're useful and when they aren't. We'll talk about the differences between consumer, published, and internal business services. We'll have a quick look at JDeveloper, which is the tool we use to create business services, but this course isn't about JDev or the Java programming language. There are, however, some excellent Java courses on Pluralsight. I'd recommend John Sonmez Java Fundamentals Part 1 and 2. Then we'll discuss Value Objects, and lastly we'll have a look at Softcoding and business service properties. In the next clip we'll talk about what business services actually are and why we would want to use them.