E1: GEN: How to Enable Automatic Spec Pre-Generation of Serialized Objects (Tools Release 9.2.6 onwards)
(Doc ID 2940710.1)
Last updated on MAY 15, 2023
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The automatic pre-generation of serialized objects feature supersedes the functionality of the eGenerator function of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne that was available in releases prior to Tools Release 9.2.6.
At some point you must generate JD Edwards EnterpriseOne specifications into Java code to access JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications in HTML that is delivered using HTML/JAS Web Servers. The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne forms and applications that you generate are serialized Java objects. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne stores these objects in a database (in serialized object tables F989998 & F989999), and retrieves them at runtime.
The automatic pre-generation of serialized objects is optional. If you do not enable this feature to pre-generate serialized objects, then the objects will be generated on demand. If you enable automatic pre-generation of serialized objects, you can further specify which objects to pre-generate.
If you enable automatic pre-generation of serialized objects, and you do not list specific objects, then these objects are generated:
- All objects that are not already generated (based on entries in the serialized object tables)
- Any objects in a full or update package that are new or changed
- All objects that are part of a newly applied Tools Release
Optionally, instead of generating objects as described above, you can specifically list objects to generate in these categories:
- Applications To Generate
- Reports To Generate
- NERs To Generate
- Business Views To Generate
- Tables To Generate
- Data Dictionaries To Generate
How to enable automatic pre-generation of Serialized Objects?
What is the process looking at to determine if system needs to start the automatic pre-generation?"
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