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E1: OMW: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Objects, Object Storage and Movement (Doc ID 1554659.1)

Last updated on APRIL 21, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version SP24 to 9.2 [Release SP24 to 9.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


By industry standards, an object is a self-sufficient entity that contains data as well as the structures and functions that are used to manipulate the data. An object is also a reusable entity that is based on software specifications. A specification is a complete description of a system object. Each object has one or more of its own specifications.

In JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, an object is a reusable entity based on software specifications that are created by JD Edwards Tools.

This document describes the various JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Objects and how they are stored. It also mentions a typical Object Development Life Cycle.


This document is intended for system administrators, developers, and technical consultants who are working with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne objects in Object Management Workbench.


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In this Document
 Overview on EnterpriseOne Objects
 Object Librarian Objects 
 Non-Object Librarian Objects
 Object Storage
 Object Movement
 Object Librarian Objects Check-In and Check-Out
 Object Librarian Objects Promotion
 Non-Object Librarian Objects Promotion 
 Development Life Cycle of Object Librarian Objects

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