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Avoid Groundhog Day for JDE EnterpriseOne testing

It’s Groundhog Day this Friday and that may well be how you feel each day when you test the same processes over and over again.

To patch or not to patch; that is the question

Some E1 customer sites may not be aware that Oracle releases security advisories for E1 and that there are important security patches available for Oracle products.

JD Edwards Mobile Apps: 5 years on

JD Edwards Mobile Apps: 5 years on Just before the JDE17 conference I wrote a blog about some interesting elements of JDE Mobile Apps and Mobile […]

Christmas comes early for JD Edwards users!

Unless you have been living under a rock lately, you will have heard about Digital Transformation and how it is transforming the workplace
JDE Mobile Apps

Tools Release 9.2.2 offers boost to JDE Mobile Apps

Although not a major feature it certainly piqued my interest, because of a mobile application I recently developed for a client.

Automation is not just about test results

I was chatting with a customer last week about how she was using test automation to reduce the time and effort involved in functional testing.

Continuous Delivery – the future for JD Edwards E1

I have been a part of the thriving JD Edwards global community for over 25 years. In that time, I have witnessed wholesale changes.

Building a Business Case for Test Automation

Are you part of an IT department or test team interested in implementing test automation for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne?

10 ways Test Automation adds value to your business

Whilst it’s true to say that all testing can be carried out manually; it takes time to plan, build, execute, evaluate and document every test.

Test Automation. Is it right for you?

When it comes to assessing the efficiency of JDE E1 test planning and execution, organisations should adopt a pragmatic approach.

Test Automation. What’s it all about?

Research reveals that, for the ERP community, testing can account for up to 70% of the time and effort spent on any significant change project.

Better, faster, smaller…more! Oracle JDE E1 projects.

In this post we explain how you can run more Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne projects and why you should aspire to do so.

Never perform a major ERP upgrade again! Really?

I heard a few things during the JD Edwards keynote at the UKOUG conference last week that got me thinking.

Change Management for JD Edwards E1 customers

In a rapidly changing world of technology and competition, it is important to keep your ERP application up to date.

Best Practice for Upgrade JDE EnterpriseOne 5/5

In this final blog in the series, we address the issues involved in adopting and maintaining a code current strategy.
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Best Practice for Upgrading JDE EnterpriseOne 4/5

Blog 4 in the series reviews some of the key challenges regarding the management and automation of JDE E1 functional testing.

Best Practice for Upgrading JDE EnterpriseOne 3/5

Blog 3 in the series explores how you can minimize your testing effort by focusing on just what needs testing.

Best Practice for Upgrading JDE EnterpriseOne 2/5

Blog 2 in the series focuses on the upgrade challenges facing developers, project managers and quality assurance.

Best Practice for Upgrading JDE EnterpriseOne 1/5

In this series of blogs we will be exploring some best practice approaches to upgrading your E1 system and staying code-current.

JDE15 – Our thoughts

With JDE15 now over and everyone’s thoughts turning towards Christmas and a well earned break, it is worth a quick reflection on the key points to […]

JDE15 – Key Themes

JDE15 – Key Themes With Oracle having recently announced the availability of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2, attention at this year’s UKOUG JD Edwards conference (JE15) will […]

A Review of Oracle OpenWorld 2015

Testing the streets of San Francisco So, another year has come and gone. We got to listen to Elton tickling the ivories in great style and […]

Code current – removing the barriers

I wonder if your organization has made the commitment to adopt a code current or content current strategy with your JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation. According to […]

Are JD Edwards EnterpriseOne upgrades really that complex?

With only a quarter of JDE users having code current policies, according to recent research by DWS, there is no wonder that companies are looking at ways of removing the barriers to adopting a code current policy and to reducing the time and costs required to complete the update.

Practical Code-Current Solutions

In this final blog, in the series, we look at the solutions that make code-current a practical proposition and our developments for the future.

Challenges To Staying Code-Current

In this third part of our blog series we look at the challenges and considerations for staying code current.

Collaborate15 – Welcome To Fabulous Las Vegas

MD Barry Burke summarizes COLLABORATE 15 and the future developments of Code Current.

Entering the new Dimension with DWS

As we look forward to COLLABORATE15, Quest’s event of the year, here at DWS we are excitedly preparing to unveil our new journey for 2015.

The Business Case For Code-Current

In part 2 of this series we're looking at The Business Case for Code Current. Including the benefits of adopting a code current policy, and how code current has changed.

The 100 Day Upgrade – Myth or Fact?

Over the next four blogs we will be looking at the process of upgrading Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementations to the latest release, then what is involved in adopting a code-current strategy.Out first blog in the series is "The 100 day upgrade – Myth or Fact?"

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