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Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Visual Manufacturing Item Where Used (Doc ID 2189819.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 31, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Product Data Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Oracle JD Edwards announces a new feature for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2

Where Used Diagram provides a view of the relationships of where the manufacturing item is used. The application can be used in a CafeOne layout or within a composite page as JDE application P30002X. This application can be used to perform all security inclusion/exclusion, launched from fast path, or launched via menus.


The Where Used Diagram (Bug 24669190) feature is designed to work with ADF (Application Development Framework) Foundation version 1.4.0. Customers must load all pieces and conform to pre-requisites in order to use this enhancement.

1. Minimum Tools release

2. Install both ADF Framework Components and Apps components from the Update Center. Use the ADF Install Document for instructions on installing the components below

3. Download and install all dependent ESUs, and implement any post install instructions.

Review the implementation and application functionality guide 'JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Product Data Management Implementation Guide’ located at:

Notes and Known Issues

Current Version 9.2: E1_ADF_WhereUsedDiagram_9.2_V5

Previous Version 9.2: E1_ADF_WhereUsedDiagram_9.2_V4

• Previous Version 9.2: E1_ADF_WhereUsedDiagram_9.2_V3

o Support for ADF Deployment from Server Manager with tools
o BUG 25457466 – ADF Where Used – P30002X Default B/P

Previous Version 9.2: E1_ADF_WhereUsedDiagram_9.2_V2
o Includes source code in download

• Initial Version 9.2: E1_ADF_WhereUsedDiagram_9.2 superseded by V2
o Initial Release


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