If you are using embedded BIP with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, I am sure you know some of what it can do. But did you know you can define your printers based on XML data or that you can save the output to a specific location? What about creating a "template" to store all your logos, addresses, terms and conditions, and signatures and retrieving that information based on the XML data passing from the template used by your UBE?
That's right, you can store all of your data in one place and your UBE template can dynamically pass XML data to retrieve the correct information to use! No more updating multiple templates when you have a logo, address, T&C, or signature change!
- Review some of the advanced features of embedded BIP for JD Edwards
- Discuss ways to use commands in your template to achieve your desired results
- Discuss xdo.cfg changes that should be made to accomplish your goals
- Karen Brigiotta: AMS Manager, Syntax