JDE Orchestrator

Automate repetitive tasks with JDE Orchestrator integration connector

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The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrator is a key component of the Oracle’s powerful JD Edwards EnterpriseOne ERP solution. One of its unique advantages is that it allows you to integrate data from physical devices into JDE via AIS server much easier and far less costly than before. But its area of application doesn’t stop just there. It can also help you automate certain repetitive tasks, e.g. creating a user in JD Edwards (JDE) or deleting that instance’s cache inputs.

JDE Orchestrator is included in a JDE standard licence and is comprised of various components such as process recorder, notifications, white lists, cross references and service requests, to name just a few. This service helps you reduce the amount of human errors, development efforts and costs, and speeds up new information delivery as it can process transactions in real time.

About Orchestrator JDE integration connector

It is a private connector to work with the Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrator service, developed specifically to run on elastic.io platform.

Currently, it supports only the action functionality, which means that you can only use it to execute a certain event. In the case of this particular connector, it executes the orchestration with the specified parameters on JDE E1 server and returns orchestration results.

Follow the Documentation link above to find what you need to do to set it up.

Due to the fact that it is under the proprietary license, you cannot change or extend the Orchestrator JDE integration connector yourself. If you need some specific additional triggers and / or actions, please contact our pre-sales team at ps[at]elastic.io first to discuss the details.

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PLEASE NOTE: You need to have an account on the elastic.io integration platform in order to use the Orchestrator JDE integration connector. You can sign up for a free 14-day trial here.