E1: MOB: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sustaining Support for Mobile Enterprise Applications
(Doc ID 2652953.1)
Last updated on APRIL 07, 2021
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne will no longer certify mobile applications developed on Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF). Operating systems Android 10 and iOS 13 are the last operating systems that we have certified. What does this mean for customers?
- Upon the release of iOS 14 and Android 11 in Fall 2020, mobile applications have been removed from the Apple Store and Google Play.
- Mobile applications were built using MAF with the latest version being MAF 2.6.3, which only supports iOS 13 and Android 10. See this link for MAF release information and certification
- Effective April 2021, all iOS and iPadOS apps submitted to the App Store must be built with Xcode 12 and iOS 14 SDK. See link for Apple developer.
- MAF 2.6.3 and previous versions do not support Xcode 12.
- JD Edwards will continue to fix bugs until April 30, 2021. Bugs fixed after the apps have been removed from the stores will be delivered via the Mobile Application Archive (MAA) files only. The MAA files will be available via the Update Center and Oracle Software Delivery Cloud (OSDC) only. See the following document E1: MOB: How to Configure Mobile Application Framework (MAF) On JDeveloper for Mobile Deployment (Doc ID 2654951.1)
- The MAA files remain available on Update Center and OSDC indefinitely.
- MAF-based mobile applications move to Sustaining Support on May 1, 2021
*Note: iPad Container does not use MAF so these changes are not part of our iPad deliverable
We recommend that customers and partners use their preferred front-end development tool to create the mobile UI and connect it to JD Edwards logic and data leveraging the JD Edwards Orchestrator.
You can learn more about JD Edwards mobile strategy.
See document E1: MOB: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Mobile Strategy (Doc ID 2652952.1)
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