This title offers real-world advice for implementing, maintaining, and upgrading OneWorld Software. Get all the in-depth knowledge you need about OneWorld enterprise software - from implementation and administration to troubleshooting and security - with this one-stop resource. Highly useful and thorough, this comprehensive guide covers everything from basic architecture to maintenance and system support techniques. Written by experienced authors who have led numerous OneWorld implementations, this book expertly combines insightful information with real-world examples - ideal for both veteran and novice OneWorld professionals. And, it's the only guide to be fully endorsed by J.D. Edwards, making this the most authoritative reference available!Inside learn to: understand the basic concepts and underlying architecture of the OneWorld enterprise system; gain in-depth knowledge of designing and implementing CNC (Configurable Network Computing) solutions; plan and effectively implement basic to advanced OneWorld projects; optimize and get the most out of the OneWorld system once it's in place; build your knowledge through case studies and real-world examples; learn to quickly identify and resolve technical issues within the OneWorld system; get real-world advice on service packs, security, printing, log files, and more; and, learn how to troubleshoot OneWorld on AS/400, Windows NT, Sun solaris, HP 9000, RS 5000 platforms.
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This thick book brings the reader just over two kilos of solid information about the wide-ranging OneWorld product. Surprisingly, given the volume of material, what J.D. Edwards OneWorld: the Complete Reference won't give you is a concise overview of the benefits OneWorld might bring to your organisation; its approach is much more hands-on than that. It's aimed at those actually using the system, providing "in-depth details on all critical aspects" with implementation, maintenance and upgrading coming under close scrutiny.
These in-depth details are likely to be invaluable as OneWorld seems an unwieldy animal, relying heavily on unmemorable table names, field names and commands. Help from three seasoned OneWorld users is well worth having, especially as they aren't always rigidly evangelical about the system. Though a long way from light reading, the style is clear and there are tips, notes and sections giving methods of accomplishing tasks that aren't J.D. Edwards-approved.
In two parts, the first contains chapters on architectural theory and configurations, servers, tables, applications, service packs and configuration case studies. Part two covers system administration, taking in data replication, security, printing and log files along the way. Further chapters deal with troubleshooting for implementations under NT, AS/400 and Unix.
Should you find yourself in a OneWorld environment, this reference could be just the ticket. Just don't expect to read it on the train/bus/tube unless you've been weight training first. --Mark WhitehornBook Description:
Complete Reference - Provides information on the inner workings and best implementation practices for the J. D. Edward Company ERP product OneWorld. Includes insightful information on both the underlying architecture and the "How To" of implementing and supporting the product. More than implementation - Special emphasis on ongoing support of OneWorld and troubleshooting.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Osborne Media, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110072125101
Book Description McGraw-Hill Osborne Media, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0072125101
Book Description McGraw-Hill Osborne Media 2000-12-01, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. 0072125101. Bookseller Inventory # 577056