Low-Code/No-Code for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

Workflow automation and app development to build customer journeys with low-code development

Low-Code/No-Code

Are you coding apps for specific device?

We all know the versatility and power of JD Edwards.

 

In the past five years, we also know that JD Edwards has exposed the power of its applications to REST Webservices with Orchestrator.

 

It's easier than ever to interface with JD Edwards by using the Orchestrator that runs applications in the background. If you want to load employees from a file, you need to map the CSV file and Orchestrate the applications in a specific order. If you're going to create Sales Orders from a Cloud system, build an API with Orchestrator and publish it. You're all set. We achieve a higher level of automation by reusing the high-code environment that JD Edwards has, in addition to forty-plus years of business process improvements.

 

We can interface with files, with REST Webservices, we can open and translate XML files, even saving the output as a file is possible. There's a scheduler system; we can monitor the health of our Orchestrations and much more.

 

Still, something is missing at this point.

 

The interfaces are not user-friendly. We have to handle JSON files, check the formatting if we're missing something like a comma. On XML or CSV files, we work most of the time using a text editor or a spreadsheet. This type of usage causes silos that goes against the ERP value proposition.

 

To mitigate silos, we build apps - mostly in the ERP realm - that will enhance the user experience. Still, there's a limitation here: once the user leaves the ERP limits, it gets more complex to enable such interaction.

 

Brokers, connectors, portals were technologies used to bring the ERP high-coding environments to the "outside" world for users to interact with it. The configuration, resources, and infrastructure to build such an ecosystem was costly, slow, and needed coding. Much coding, by the way.

Low-Code/No-Code

The Low-Code/No-Code platforms came to solve this problem by easing the application development, speeding up the development cycle, and lowering the costs, allowing problem-solving capabilities into non-IT professionals' hands.

 

Bringing this to the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne reality, this means we're empowering the Business Analysts to build applications, workflows, and user experiences without coding knowledge, end-to-end by leveraging the Orchestrator and the Boomi Flow Platform.

 

Boomi Flow for JD Edwards Mobile

Oracle Mobile strategy comes to a point where it will sunset the existing mobile applications from the App Store and Google Play as of May 30th, 2021, to leverage Orchestrator as the main driver for mobility. See JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sustaining Support for Mobile Enterprise Applications (Doc ID 2652953.1) for more details.

 

One of the advents of Boomi Flow is that we design once and use anywhere, no matter if you're on a mobile phone, tablet, or at your desktop. The responsive design will make the apps behave accordingly to the device you're using.

 

At Innova9, we perfected the way we connect and authenticate with JD Edwards from Boomi. We're able to connect JD Edwards Orchestrations seamlessly in the platform and build Mobile Apps at any capacity, within any requirement, not limited to EnterpriseOne. We can, and we want to avoid silos. Many offerings are focused only on EnterpriseOne. Still, with Boomi Flow, we can leverage Integrate's power to connect more data sources, making the offering much more enjoyable since we can start a workflow in a system and finish on others. It is transparent to the end-users if they're getting data from JD Edwards or any Cloud System, or an Excel spreadsheet. They'll not know where the data is going to or coming from; they will have their business requirements done. Without a single line of code. Truly.

The new JD Edwards mobile context 

  • JD Edwards is removing the mobile apps from App Store/Google Play as part of Oracle JD Edwards mobile strategy
  • Customers will rely on Orchestrator for mobile provisioning
  • The idea is to build and deliver mobile apps on the fly using Boomi Flow
  • Develop once, and automatically detects the device: phone, or tablet - responsive design
  • Group data sources from any disparate systems and build a Workflow
  • Security works at platform level: encrypted communication, AIS Server isolation. The user will not interact with AIS Server directly
  • Build and deploy simple mobile apps in a matter of hours - even minutes

Boomi Flow

 

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