Part I: EnterpriseOne ExplainedInside and Out
Chapter 1. The Future of EnterpriseOne and Fusion Chapter 2. EnterpriseOne Building Blocks Chapter 3. Solution Explorer Chapter 4. EnterpriseOne Servers Chapter 5. Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence Chapter 6. Interactive and Batch Applications Defined Chapter 7. Packages and Their Delivery Chapter 8. Foundation Code Chapter 9. EnterpriseOne Kernel Architecture
Part II: System Administration and Troubleshooting
Chapter 10. EnterpriseOne Specialty Applications Chapter 11. EnterpriseOne Security Chapter 12. EnterpriseOne Administrative Tasks Chapter 13. Printing in EnterpriseOne Chapter 14. Web Servers and Portals Chapter 15. Upgrade Tools and Rules Chapter 16. Optimizing EnterpriseOne for Your Business Chapter 17. Troubleshooting EnterpriseOne Appendix A: The EnterpriseOne Implementation Appendix B: Offshore, New Shore, and Remote Development Index
Allen Jacot has more than a decade of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation experience and has worked with the product since its original beta release in 1996. Allen is an Oracle ACE and works a great deal in the user community through implementations and speaking at user groups including the Collaborate user conference. In addition to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne The Complete Reference, Allen has also coauthored JD Edwards OneWorld The Complete Reference, and JD Edwards OneWorld Xe: Object Management Workbench all published by McGraw-Hill.
Joseph E. Miller has worked on more than 60 implementations of the EnterpriseOne/OneWorld product over the last 10 years.
Michael Jacot is a senior principal consultant for Oracle Jd Edwards Consulting Services and has managed many different types of EnterpriseOne implementations.
John A. Stern has participated in more than 30 EnterpriseOne implementations.