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E1: UBE: Overview of Using RUNUBEXML Command (Doc ID 628799.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 14, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version SP24 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


You can use the RUNUBEXML command to submit batch jobs (UBEs) directly from the enterprise server console. This allows third party programs to submit batch jobs for processing in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. RUNUBEXML uses XML files to set report options, submit and to retrieve information about the submitted report. This is a powerful tool that allows potential dynamic control over data selection, data sequencing and processing options as the XML specifications can be manipulated by an external program or XML editor.

This document provides information specific for using the RUNUBEXML command on the enterprise server. It describes the command syntax, features and provides examples of how to use it. There is a related command RUNUBE, which does not use XML but is kind of a direct submission command. For information on the RUNUBE command refer to Document 626144.1 E1: UBE: Overview of Using RUNUBE Command.

Note: RUNUBEXML is not intended to submit Table Conversion UBEs. Enhancement <BUG 11054718>  XML UBE TABLE CONVERSION - has been entered to request the ability to submit TCs using the RUNUBEXML command. Refer to Document 1531136.1 E1: UBE: Workaround Solution to Run Table Conversion UBE using RUNUBEXML command - for information on a potential workaround.


This document is intended for JDE developers, CNC administrators and third party software developers who wish to use RUNUBEXML tools to execute or schedule JDE batch jobs using native operating system methods including batch scripts.

Document applies only to scenarios where  RUNUBEXML command is directly used on OS command prompts. Scripting techniques and script troubleshooting is NOT within scope of Oracle Support.


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In this Document
 Unix and Linux
 Step 1: Generate Base XML
 Example of Unmodified Base XML Template
 Example of Modified Base XML Template
 Step 2: Build Batch Request XML
 Example of Request XML File
 Step 3: Submit the Job
 Example of Result XML File
 File i.xml
 Additional Information

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