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Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Scheduled Work Order Operations (Doc ID 2306576.1)

Last updated on MARCH 01, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Control - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


NOTE: Migration of ADF to JET 3/1/2022

JD Edwards has released a solution to convert the existing ADF-based programs to JET-based by leveraging Oracle’s JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET) components..

ADF to JET converted programs will replicate the key capabilities as exists in the corresponding ADF application, presenting the users with a similar ease of use and understanding.

• ADF-JET features will provide an intuitive interface that includes drag & drop, improved UI and increased visibility into the business data.
• Converting to JET will align the feature with Oracle's current technology direction
• These features will increase customer adoption, by removing the requirement to install and configure an ADF server to use it.
• Supports WebLogic or WebSphere with no additional licensing.
• Utilizes the latest Oracle UI development tool set.
• Easier adoption to mobile platforms (write once, deploy many model)
• Follows JD Edwards general migration to client-side UI architecture vs server-side UI generation.
• Empowers developers with a modular, open source toolkit.
• Aligns with other application areas such as UX One.

ADF Support
• Support existing JDE ADF applications through 2023

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

Scheduled Work Order Operations provides a daily look at the capacity of individual work centers for an entire work order. The application can be used in a CafeOne layout as application P313003X and form P313003XA. This application can be used to perform all security inclusion/exclusion, launched from fast path, or launched via the menus.  The application is not designed to be called standalone.



JET Details:

  1. Minimum Tools Release
  2. Install both the ESU and the UDO to start using the JET Application


    Quick Tour

    Review the implementation and application functionality guide ' JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Shop Floor Management Implementation Guide ' located at:

Scheduled Work Order Operations (Bug 26774665) feature is designed to work with ADF (Application Development Framework) Foundation version 1.5.1.  The 1.5.1 version is necessary to receive uncached results when performing drag and drop of activities when the default caching checkbox is activated on the AIS server (introduced with tools  If you are not using the default caching functionality then the Foundation version for this application is 1.4.1. This application uses orchestrations to accomplish the drag and drop procedure.  Those orchestrations are contained in a dependent download with BUG 26403458.  The special instructions associated with that BUG indicate that tools release is the minimum requirement.  If you only intend to use the UDO’s associated with the drag and drop functionality then the minimum tools release for the AIS server is and above. 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
  1. Download and install all dependent ESUs,. This download will have dependent ESU’s for both UDO’s and E1 Objects, and the update center will indicate these dependencies.


Review the implementation and application functionality guide ' JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Shop Floor Management Implementation Guide ' located at:

13.4 Working with Work Center Load Review Calendar
This section includes a Tutorial

13.5 Using the Scheduled Work Order Operations Chart (Release 9.2 Update)

Notes and Known Issues

JET Application:
When running the new JET application, screen comes up blank.
Solution: Validate the UDO has been installed and imported correctly.






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