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Deepesh M Divakaran

Level Of Efforts for Upgrade

EnterpriseOne Upgrade – A Capitulation – Part 2

Last week we discussed upon why to look forward to an upgrade. Now let’s have a brief upon different Upgrade Types or Upgrade Paths Technical Upgrade Technical Upgrade without Enhancements (As-Is upgrade) Technical Upgrade with Enhancements (New features) Hybrid Upgrade Re-Implementation with New features and existing mods Transformational Upgrade Complete …

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EnterpriseOne Upgrade – A Capitulation – Part 1

Let us share our thoughts on E1 Upgrade – a very common affair these days. I’ll be sharing my thoughts on Upgrade Methodologies here. Lets try the 5 W’s and H on an Upgrade process. First lets dwell upon why an organization would need an upgrade. What would be the questions an organization needs to answer, how would they do it, When is the right time, Where would they do it e.g. H/w and S/w considerations, and Whom would they entrust to perform the process.

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Using Record Locking API’s [C BSFN]

Record locking is a basic functionality of an RDBMS. This is how we do it within JDE in business functions. The API’s used for the cause are JDB_FetchKeyedForUpdate JDB_SelectKeyedForUpdate JDB_FetchForUpdate JDB_UpdateCurrent As is very simple to use, given are the parameters with comments. Download the following  files to view it in …

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Climbing up the hill of Mastery

“Big scientific projects are like mountains, which should be climbed with as little effort as possible and without urgency. The reality of your own nature should determine your speed. If you become restless, speed up. If you become tense and high-strung, slow down. You should climb the mountain in a …

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You Mess Up – You Apologize

After promising your boss you would complete an important assignment on time, you realize you’re behind and it’s going to be late. You unintentionally leave a colleague out of the loop on a joint project, causing him or her to feel frustrated and a bit betrayed. On the subway, you …