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E1: 80D: FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions about EnterpriseOne Console (Doc ID 1273879.1)

Last updated on JULY 19, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Console - Version 8.11 SP1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

Frequently Asked Questions Console, Plant Manager Dashboard and Financial Management and Compliance Console.

Per KM Solution 'Merged and Desupported Products for Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne (Doc ID 2046566.1)', With the release of Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2, the list of Desupported Products includes JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Console (Plant Manager Dashboard and Financials Management and Compliance Console). 

Please contact your Sales Rep to evaluate migration options to the JD Edwards OneView Reporting solution.

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 General Console Questions
 Question 1: Why does changing the default currency code (DFCC) in the Analytics Data Store Currency program (P80D300C) only impact PMD, and not FMCC?
 Question 2: Why do some Data Load UBEs trigger a “Currency Invalid” error in a non-currency environment?
 Question 3: Why does the system trigger a “Specs not found” error when selecting a Metric Group in the Console application (P80D350)?
 Question 4: Can we use Console products if we don’t have the manufacturing module?
 Question 5:  Why are the data load UBEs not populate the F80Dxxx tables?
 Question 6: What causes the “View Metric Groups” to be disabled in the dashboard (P80D350)? 
 Question 7: What is the purpose of Continuous Time Dimension (CTD) in the Advanced Setup (P80D301)? 
 Question 8: Why do some data load UBEs trigger error "Updating F80D303 Failed"?
 Question 9: How Email and Distribution Lists used in FMCC (P80D301)?
 Question 10: Where can I find the user guides for Console, PMD and FMCC?
 Question 11:- Where can I find further information on how to enable and show the Dashboards in the user screen for the FMCC module G80D?
 Plan Manager Dashboard (PMD) Questions
 Question 1: Why does the Days Payable report (R80D201) trigger error "80D0307 - GL Aggregate Amount not found"?
 Question 2: How is the Extended Sales Value in the Shipped Orders Aggregate (F80D241) table calculated?
 Question 3: Why are the Days Sales In Inventory (PDSI) and Inventory Turns (ITU) fields in the Inventory Aggregate Table (F80D220) table contain a zero value?
 Question 4: How often should I run the Book To Ship Days Processing UBE (R80D215)?
 Question 5: Why is the Pass Quality information showing as failed receipts?
 Question 6:  Why does the Sales Order Fact Data Load UBE (R80D010) trigger error 80D011 “Error getting currency decimals”?
 Question 7: Why do some data load UBEs trigger error “UOM conversion unsuccessful”?
 Question 8: Why is the Plant Manager Dashboard application (P80D350) intermittently failing to display some grid column headings in the production environment?
 Question 9: Why does the On Time Shipment Customer Promised Ship Date report (R80D211) trigger error "80D018 - Requested Date Aggregate Being Updated"?
 Question 10: Is it possible to use the Days Payable Outstanding (R80D201) metric when not utilizing Item Numbers (ITM)?
 Segregation Of Duties Questions
 Question 1: What is Segregation of Duties?
 Question 2: What is Segregation of Duties used for?
 Question 3: How is Segregation of Duties used?
 Technical Questions
 Question 1:  How can I verify table records for PMD and FMCC consoles?
 Question 2: Why do Plant Manager Dashboard metrics that are set to display using a chart or graph fail to display when running WebSphere 6.0.2 on an IBM i-Series server?
 Question 3: What are the steps to restore or reinstall Console Menus?
 Question 4: As of which release is FMCC and PMD included in the base code?
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