Oracle JD Edwards Release 24 exemplifies Oracle's steadfast dedication to enhancing JD Edwards ERP solution.

This latest release introduces new functionalities, advanced automation features, and streamlined processes, all showcasing Oracle's firm resolve to propel JD Edwards users into the next phase of their digital evolution.

Here are some key applications and tool enhancements across modules as part of Release 24.


The feature on enterprise automation for procurement will enable seamless integration of EnterpriseOne pages and watchlists to map out a concise process flow model for the requisition to receipt journey.

The Advanced Pricing module now allows customers to review line-level adjustments in standalone mode at any procurement stage. This flexibility enables users to assess pricing information for items independently, exploring potential cost savings by adjusting quantities before initiating a Purchase Order. Besides this, users will be proactively notified about achieving better pricing through quantity adjustments while entering a purchase order. Dynamically identifying buying opportunities, the system will suggest increasing quantities to secure improved discounts, optimizing the purchasing process and generating increased savings. There is also flexibility added in canceling purchase order lines during receipt without reopening requisitions.

The inventory planning enhancement with an automated safety stock feature eliminates manual upkeep. The system calculates and populates safety stock values, guarding against supply or demand fluctuations. Besides this, locations can be put on hold. This field in the Location Master determines transaction types, streamlining control and eliminating the need for manual updates to individual records.

The shipment-to-dispatch process is streamlined with enterprise automation. Integrating EnterpriseOne pages and watchlists, it maps a process flow model, offering contextual data visibility at each step. This feature allows linking to detailed process flows, charts, and graphs, expanding the focus from transactions to the entire process for enhanced efficiency.

In manufacturing, Service or Equipment Work Order routing is streamlined through the ETO Project Workbench, automating the attachment process, and reducing user steps.

The OCI AI/ML accelerator that unlocks AI/ML capabilities in JD Edwards helps in identifying patterns and correlations for business insights.

The updated resource and crew assignment processes enhance user experience and streamline work scheduling. Resource managers now benefit from improved data access, additional filters, and customizable tables. The system offers options to update work order start dates upon rescheduling and remove assignments when canceling orders, resulting in significant time and effort savings for efficient resource management.

The Account Ledger program now allows users to drill down to voucher details associated with a purchase order, reducing the time needed to view voucher information. The Journal Entry program also introduces a processing option, offering users flexibility in setting the default document type for journal entries.

Joint Venture Parent Business Unit is now integrated into Business Units and Job Master programs, enhancing user experience by providing a consolidated view of Joint Venture-related Business Units. Besides this, the new program for Asset and Maintenance cost review offers users improved and accurate data for a comprehensive cost analysis experience.


The Workflow Monitor modernizes the traditional EnterpriseOne workflow process by offering administrators and authorized users a quick overview of process status.

Task Tracking will allow users to set due dates for assigned tasks, with recipients updating statuses like "Approved" or "Complete," facilitating progress monitoring and historical analysis.

Prebuilt Workflow Data Structures streamline workflow creation by providing ready-to-use structures, eliminating the need for designers to create and deploy new ones. The feature also includes a generic workflow approval process and message template for quick customization.

Customers can apply the yearly cumulative Application Software Update (ASU) through the Software Updates application on the Web Client. The new multi-platform deliverable, including the UN, allows users to install, analyze, and apply updates through the web interface, with automation available through orchestration.

The Impact Analysis Dashboard offers customers a comprehensive interface to visualize updated objects and business processes when applying a patch. It combines data sets from the provided object manifest list with customer information.

The Automated Tools Release Configuration (ATRC) replicates the functions of Automated Special Instructions (ASI) for the Tools Rollup ESU, providing object updates alongside Tools Release enhancements.

Managing settings across servers from Server Manager is now possible, allowing users to set up default configurations for inheritance and eliminating manual effort in populating common settings across multiple servers. This includes centralized configurations support for remaining EnterpriseOne Server types – Enterprise Servers, Business Services Servers (BSSV), and Real-Time Events (RTE) Servers.

Customers can now promote objects and OMW projects directly to a "live" active package, assigned to the pathcode matching the project's status. This process eliminates the requirement for a package build and deployment. Notably, this functionality is exclusive to primary specification objects, including Applications, Reports, Versions, Business Views, Data Structures, Data Dictionary, and UDCs, accessible through the Web OMW.

The security feature introduces external APIs for automating the secure configuration between the Server Manager Console and its managing Agents. Customers can enhance security and compliance by utilizing LDAP over SSL with 2048-bit certificates for improved LDAP communication.

Users of Oracle Autonomous Database now have the flexibility of automatic scaling and manual scaling to meet varying workload demands, providing additional CPU and IO resources.

Compute auto scaling allows the database to automatically scale up to three times the initial CPU and IO resources without manual intervention, ensuring optimal performance and resource utilization.

Manual scaling enables customers to monitor user load and manually adjust resources, ensuring better adaptability to changing business cycles and workloads.

Explore business outcomes of the upgrade in Release 24 today! Contact our team for a personalized consultation and take the first step towards unlocking the full potential of your enterprise.