Business Creation and Development in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
Business services are a broad and growing industry. Companies can use these services to improve productivity and efficiency, increase profits, meet regulatory standards, and streamline operations. They can be provided in-house or by a third-party provider.
As the digital economy evolves, companies need greater agility. To do that, they need to adopt a digital strategy. This involves digital planning, business model transformation, and implementing new systems and processes. Technology is essential for this transition, but it also requires completely different skill sets.
The business service industry has been undergoing a rapid and disruptive transformation. Many organizations are embracing automation, as it allows them to improve quality and speed while reducing costs. New players are introducing innovative and sustainable solutions.
Business services are a vital part of the globalized economy. They provide companies access to expertise and allow them to maximize their technological investments. It can free up valuable resources to address other needs.
A business service is a Java class that manages data and calls other services. Its input and output parameters are called value objects.
The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne methodology guide provides guidance on creating a business service. It outlines naming conventions for elements of the class.
You can create a business service object by launching the Business Service Class Wizard in JDeveloper. This wizard enables you to build a business service class by prompting for a class name and an internal value object.
The wizard then generates code for the class. The code can be accessed from the File menu.