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E1: SS: Overview of Subsystem Processing in EnterpriseOne (Doc ID 1265778.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 02, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 8.98 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Within JDE EnterpriseOne, subsystem jobs are batch processes that continually run independently of, but asynchronously with, EnterpriseOne applications. You use subsystem jobs to offload processor resources or to protect server processes. Examples of applications that are suited for use by subsystems include Distribution Warehousing, Inventory, and Sales Order Processing. These EnterpriseOne subsystem jobs function with the system’s logical process or queue defined for the server platform. It is possible to configure EnterpriseOne to use one or more subsystems.

This document provides in-depth information about Subsystem Job processing in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.


The document is intended for the JDE  Developers and System Administrators both  and provides technical details on Subsystem processing including customization options. 


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In this Document
 What is a Subsystem UBE Job?
 Advantages of a Subsystem Job
 Creating a Subsystem Job
 Subsystem Process Flow
 Adding a Trigger Record to the Subsystem Table
 Work With Subsystem Jobs (P986113)
 Terminating a Subsystem UBE
 Subsystem Kernel
 Jde.ini Settings
 Subsystem Facts
 Subsystem Troubleshooting
 Subsystem UBE Performance
 Spec Caching in Subsystem UBEs
 Running a subsystem job locally

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