JD Edwards | Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Dealing with Columns in Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release 9.1 by Randy Richeson

By: Axel Purr

Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release  9.1 has many new
features that will help end users be more efficient in their daily jobs. For
example, hiding grid columns is now as easy as a left-mouse click. In earlier
releases, users could click on the ‘Customize Grid’ link but still had to do several
more clicks to hide or show a column . The
following example shows how easy this new feature is to use.

First, right-mouse click on
the column you want to hide; for example the ‘Long Address’ column.

The column is now hidden.

Second, right-mouse over on any of the columns
to show the ‘Unhide’ option.

After you select ‘Unhide’, the hidden column is shown. You
can then select the column to show, or unhide, the column.

This new feature and others are covered in the JD
Edwards EnterpriseOne System Administration Rel 9.x
course, which has been updated to reflect the
new release. Hope to see you in class!

About the author:

Randy Richeson started at JD Edwards in 1997 working as a technical instructor teaching JD Edwards OneWorld (which subsequently became EnterpriseOne) CNC, install, and report development. Since 2005, Randy has taught as a Senior Principal Instructor within Oracle University specializing in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne tools including installation and system administration, Oracle database administration, GoldenGate middleware, PeopleSoft PeopleTools installation and administration, and JEE servers.

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