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Realize orchestration today with JDE Orchestrator Studio training

Orchestration is the buzz of the JD Edwards community. Yet truth be told many users are still scratching their heads. ERP Suites consultants created comprehensive, hands-on JDE Orchestrator Studio training to close the knowledge gap. It’s designed to help you understand what Orchestrator is, what it can do and how you can use it to transform your business.

What is JDE Orchestrator Studio?

Technically speaking, JD Edwards Orchestrator Studio is a tool that allows EnterpriseOne applications to consume and process data from multiple sources. It could be an HTML page, software or even botware. As long as your front-end can handle REST interfaces, you can use the Orchestrator. And this gives you the power to make fast and effortless real-time updates.

What can orchestrations do?

ERP Suites consultants continue to find creative ways to drive efficiency using orchestrations. For example, we can now display a UBE PDF in two quick steps. We also use orchestrations to create business workflows that sync with mobile data collectors. The possibilities are seemingly endless.

With orchestrations, you can:

  • Utilize Service Requests to use E1 apps
  • Set rules to determine run criteria
  • Run data requests
  • Use data requests to allow data return and/or perform an aggregation directly from an E1 table or business view

How do I get started?

First, check the requirements table below to make sure your system meets the minimum Tools Release. Then, contact us for help getting started.

JDE Orchestrator hands-on training includes:

  • An intro to JDE Orchestrator Studio and Notifications
  • An overview of technical requirements
  • Best practices for security
  • How to create a Form request using the Process Recorder
  • A summary of Monitor, Scheduler, and Connections
  • How to create and test an orchestration

Digital transformation consultants are also available to help you find the best opportunities for orchestration. Identify and prioritize the processes that can have the biggest impact on your company’s bottom line. 


JDE Orchestrator Studio requirements and features

Orchestrator Studio

Minimum Tools Release

WebLogic Server version for ADF Runtime





Orchestrator Studio is deployed simply as part of the AIS server. Chrome and Firefox are supported. Internet Explorer is NOT.

With this version you get:

  • A simpler process of creating and managing orchestrations and notifications
  • A simpler deployment process and security framework
  • The ability to use any AIS server as an Orchestrator Studio and as a Scheduler
  • The ability to deploy AIS and Orchestrator Studio to an Oracle WebLogic Server or IBM WebSphere Application Server
  • Standard E1 application security with no need to add users to an AIS white list



Install Tools Release and apply any ESUs to implement with Orchestrator Studio 8.0. With this version you get:

  • The ability to view and update orchestrations created using V1 and/or V2



Install Tools Release and apply any ESUs to implement with Orchestrator Studio 7.0. With this version you get:

  • The ability to launch orchestrations from E1 Events
  • Orchestrator Monitor
  • Error handling of orchestration steps
  • Expanded Orchestrator data import formats (csv)


Install Tools Release and apply any ESUs to implement with Orchestrator Studio 6.1.0. With this version you get:

  • The ability to configure REST connect to transfer files using FTP
  • The ability to create a Report Service request
  • New Process Recorder which can be used to create Form Service requests
  • Error and Exception handling
  • Various changes with Orchestrator Studio UI



Install Tools Release 9.2.2.x and apply any ESUs to implement with Orchestrator Studio 6.0.0. With this version you get:

  • Notifications and Schedule
  • Database connector to read and write to non-JDE databases using standard SQL protocol
  • Watchlist service request which allows watchlist input into Orchestrations
  • Iterative input for orchestration steps to act on sets of data



Install Tools Release and apply any ESUs to implement with Orchestrator Studio 5.1.0. With this version you get:

  • External connectors — Connectors can be set up to call services outside of JDE.
  • Messaging — Messages can be constructed and delivered via Work Center or email setup in Who’s Who.
  • Java groovy scripting can enhance the capabilities of custom integrations.



Beginning with Tools Release, the ADF server may be registered and components installed through Server Manager. Features include:

  • Data request service — Users can create orchestrations that retrieve data from JD Edwards’ tables and business views. The returned data can be aggregated as a sum, average, or count to name a few. This feature gives users access to the wealth of data stored in JDE E1 tables while enforcing JDE security.
  • Email notifications as output — Users can include an orchestration step that sends a notification via the JDE E1 Work Center or any email system. For example, an orchestration can be set up to notify a purchasing agent via email when a new purchase order is generated.
  • Connections to other orchestrations — Users can include an orchestration step to invoke another JDE orchestration, thus  “chaining” them together. For example, an orchestration might be designed to automatically generate a purchase order when inventory quantity reaches a reorder point.
  • Control over orchestration output — Users can employ output mappings for greater control over the format of the data returned in an orchestration’s REST service response. Therefore, external systems that invoke orchestrations can more easily find and understand the expected response.



An AIS server is used with UX One implementation and JET Application development.

Orchestrator Studio version 4.0.0 implements UDO functionality as well as the import and export of object files.