Ask Denovo - UX One Series Part 1: Introduction to UX One

The concept of "UX One" was first introduced in the original EnterpriseOne 9.2 back in 2011, an acronym for User Experience in EnterpriseOne. If you're on JDE 9.2, then you have access to the multitude of these UX One objects. But many of those new to JDE 9.2 may think UX One isn't necessarily something that will be useful for their organization. It is often a hot topic in our upgrade projects, so we wanted to put together a helpful guide on how to best utilize this powerful tool. This will be the first in a new 5-part series on UX One in JDEdwards 9.2.  

UXOne - Alert Analyze Act

The overarching concept of the UX One Pages is Alert, Analyze, and Act. This graphic shows the AP Manager's UX One Page, showing these three areas of the UX One Page itself.

Alert is a panel of Watchlists curated and created for each UX One Page as it pertains to that specific role. The Analyze area is a series of applications (not OVRs as some may assume). Some of these applications have Queries they point to by default. If they do, they will have a hamburger menu option icon in the top left corner to choose different Queries on the fly while viewing the UX One Page itself. The Act panel shows the commonly used applications for this role.

To aid your UX One journey further, here is an Oracle video showing not just the navigation of the UX One Page but also touches on many of the UDO's available in JDE EnterpriseOne 9.2:  

Next up in Part II, we'll give you a test to see if you already have UX One objects loaded in your JDE E19.2 instance and how to get them if you don't. We'll also cover how to download the UX One Cross Reference Excel list from Oracle's support site and what that document contains. Stay tuned!

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