A server in a local area network that maintains a database and performs searches for
Data Source Workbench
An application that, during the Installation Workbench process, copies all data sources
that are defined in the installation plan from the Data Source Master and Table and
Data Source Sizing tables in the Planner data source to the system-release number data
source. It also updates the Data Source Plan detail record to reflect completion.
Artifacts that are needed for the deployment process, such as servers, ports, and such.
A server that is used to install, maintain, and distribute software to one or more
enterprise servers and client workstations.
A transaction method in which a client application communicates interactively and
directly with a server application.
See also batch-of-one and store-and-forward.
Do Not Translate (DNT)
A type of data source that must exist on the iSeries because of BLOB restrictions.
embedded application server instance
An OC4J instance started by and running wholly within JDeveloper.
A code that indicates how a specific value for a report or a form should appear or be
formatted. The default edit codes that pertain to reporting require particular attention
because they account for a substantial amount of information.
A condition of a form that enables users to change data.
A method used for formatting and validating user entries against a predefined rule or
set of rules.
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
An interoperability model that enables paperless computer-to-computer exchange of
business transactions between JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and third-party systems.
Companies that use EDI must have translator software to convert data from the EDI
standard format to the formats of their computer systems.
embedded event rule
An event rule that is specific to a particular table or application. Examples include
form-to-form calls, hiding a field based on a processing option value, and calling a
business function. Contrast with the business function event rule.