Creating OCM Records for Business Functions
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Configurable Network Computing Implementation Guide
10.6.2 Forms Used to Create OCM Records for Business Functions
10.6.3 Creating OCM Records for Business Functions
Access Work With Batch Versions-Available Versions form.
A user defined set of specifications that control how applications and reports run. You
use versions to group and save a set of user-defined processing option values, data
selection and sequencing options. Interactive versions are associated with applications
(usually as a menu selection). Batch versions are associated with batch jobs or reports.
To run a batch process, you must choose a version.
A description of the version that appears next to the version number. The version title
is different from the report title.
This field should describe the use of a version. For example, an application for
generating pick slips might have a version called Pick Slips - Accounting and another
version called Pick Slips - Inventory Management.
Identifies the user ID of the user that last modified the application or version.
Indicates the last time the application or version was modified by the specified user.
This field allows you to restrict user access for a report version.
- No security - Anyone can design, change processing option values, change detail
values, check in, check out, install, copy, transfer, delete, or run the version. This is the
default when adding a new version.
- Medium Security Only the "Last Modified By" user can design, change processing
option values, change detail values, check in, check out, or delete the version. Anyone
call install, copy, transfer, or run the version. This is how JDE Demo versions are
Work With Batch
Versions - Available
In Solution Explorer,
navigate to System
Create OCM Records
for Business Functions
Used to create OCM
records for business