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    Loading Transactions Directly int F0911 vd F0911Z1

    I have been given a project to create a system to track a financial activity. Most ofthe development work will be outside of JDE.

    However, we will be feeding one or more Journal Entries into JDE. In the past, I have always use the F0911Z1 to do the import.  A coworker says it is possible to push it directly to the F09911 via a web service that will call the P0911 directly via a JavaScript or C# process.

    I am a little leary of doing this.

    Any comments pro or con?

    I second Daron's suggestion. Take a look at the JD Edwards Orchestrator.

    I would never load transaction detail directly into the F0911.  The batch processing for the F0911Z1 file does a lot of pre-posting edit checks that can catch errors before they become problems. We have a few different transactions that we upload from outside sources and have very few issues wth the transactions if we use the F0911Z1 batch upload.

    You should look at using the IoT Orchestrator as your solution.

    <cite>Steven Armstrong</cite>:

    We have used the AIS server to create webservice APIs that created and updated work orders.  The same technique can be used to define an API against any JDE application.  The testing was solid.  I think this would be a viable solution.

    Steven:

    AIS was suggested by the other technical person here.  I will be exploring it when we get to that step in the process.

    <cite>Gayle Larson</cite>:

    Hello Patrick,

    I do not have a problem with this, because the F0911's will still need to go thorugh the posting process.  If there are issues, the post routine will end in error.

    Curious - are there too many transactions to copy/paste into a JE?

    Gayle

    Even though Cut/Paste is an option.  We are trying to automate as much as possible since we are currently in the process of converting from World to E1.

    We have used the AIS server to create webservice APIs that created and updated work orders.  The same technique can be used to define an API against any JDE application.  The testing was solid.  I think this would be a viable solution.

    Hello Patrick,

    I do not have a problem with this, because the F0911's will still need to go thorugh the posting process.  If there are issues, the post routine will end in error.

    Curious - are there too many transactions to copy/paste into a JE?

    Gayle

     
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