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E1: BSFN: Business Function and API Documentation (Doc ID 626628.1)

Last updated on MARCH 06, 2023

Applies to:

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



Though most business functions within EnterpriseOne have documentation built in, there are exceptions where there is no documentation on specific business functions. Try search on the business function object name such as B34A1030, chances are it is available in the Knowledge Base online.

If customer would like to use these business functions for which there is no documentation, the customer can use the Cross Reference Facility (P980011) to search for objects that use these business functions and study how they are used in the objects identified by the Cross Reference Facility. Another option is to study the event rules/C code of the NER/C business function to learn how the business function works and which parameters to send to and get from the function. Customer can also use the Visual C Debugger to trace/troubleshoot how each line of C code works at run-time.

This document gives details about EnterpriseOne documentation on Business Function and API (Application Programming Interface).


This document is intended for the EnterpriseOne Developer who may need to use a Business Function or API when developing or modifying an Interactive or Batch Application or Report.


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In this Document
 Business Function Documentation
 Where is the Business Function Documentation Stored
 View Documentation via Business Function Design Aid in OMW
 View Documentation via P98ABSFN Business Function Documentation Viewer
 UBE R98ABSFN Generate BSFN Documentation
 Memory Violation Error on Business Function ProcessBSFNGenTextDocument issued by R98ABSFN
 Sample Output from R98ABSFN
 Known Issues
 Missing Business Function Notes
 API Documentation
 Where to find API documentation

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