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E1: FDA: Overview of Using Form Design Aid (Doc ID 626556.1)

Last updated on MARCH 16, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 8.98 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

Overview

Form Design Aid is used to create or modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne interactive applications. Interactive applications are composed of forms, and a form is the interface between a user and a table. This interface should present the data logically and contain the functions that are necessary to enter and manipulate data. There are several elements of a form including the form type, business views, controls, properties, data structures and event rules.

NOTE: The E1: FDA: Form Design Aid Information Center is the best place to start when looking for information about Form Design Aid (FDA). This Information Center outlines helpful resources to leverage when using Form Design Aid. In addition, refer to the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Development Tools: Form Design Aid Guide available on the Oracle Technology Network.

 

Scope

This document is intended for the EnterpriseOne developer who will be using the Form Design Aid tool to create and/or modify applications.

Details

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In this Document
Purpose
 Overview
Scope
Details
 Form Types
 Business View
 Controls
 Properties
 Data Structure
 Event Rules
 Form Types
 Find/Browse Forms
 Fix/Inspect Forms
 Header Detail Form
 Headerless Detail Form
 Search & Select Form
 Message Form
 Parent/Child Browse Forms
 Power Forms
 Power Browse
 Power Edit
 Portlet Forms
 Wizard Forms
 Form Interconnections
 Modal Interconnections
 Modeless Interconnections
 Creating Forms
 Recommended FDA Configuration
 Creating a Form
 Form Controls
 Troubleshooting Tools
 FDA Compare
 Event Rules Debugger
 Logs
 Additional Information
References

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