Session ID: 106270
Abstract: With the release of JD Edwards 9.2 toolset; you can now store object specifications; print queue files; and media objects on your JDE database. This new feature enables coordinated management; high availability; and disaster recovery to all JDE files and data - but it might not be for everyone. We'll show you what this is; why you want it; how to implement it; and; in some cases; why you might want to skip this feature for now.
Objective 1: Learn how to move media objects and print queues to the database
Objective 2: Learn about new features in 9.2 toolset; including; store object specifications; print queue files; and media objects on your JDE database