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E1: MOBJ: Overview, Configure, and Use Media Object Attachments with EnterpriseOne [VIDEO] (Doc ID 636127.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 20, 2019

Applies to:

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

Purpose

Overview

For a Video presentation please see the Advisor Webcast: Working with Media Objects in EnterpriseOne <Document:1525515.1>

This document focuses on the Media Object (MOBJ) functionality within the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne (E1) software. The focus is limited to the standard functionality with reference to some design guides if custom development is desired.

With the 8.9 release, the media object table was normalized. Some of the benefits of normalization include: data integrity, optimized queries, faster index creation and sorting, faster update performance, improved concurrency resolution, and new API functionality. Although this document focuses on the current media object functionality, much of the functionality listed below is the same for Xe / ERP8 and we will attempt to point out differences. For additional information specific to these releases, see <Document 626498.1> - E1: MOBJ: Media Object Functionality with Xe / ERP 8 Release of the Software.

 

Scope

The content of this document targets the Media Object (MOBJ) types, storage, setup, upgrade, design, and overall use.  The document is intended for the system administrator who will be administering and troubleshooting the media object functionality within the EnterpriseOne software.

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In this Document
Purpose
 Overview
Scope
Details
 Create Attachment
 Attachment Types
 File
 Image
 OLE
 Text
 URL
 Media Object Tables
 Data Structures
 Configuration
 File Size Limit
 Security
 Media Object Characterization
 Search
 Printing
 Design and API
 Upgrade
 Archive
 Moving
 Performance
 Troubleshooting
References

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