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This DB data source identifies control tables, including user-defined codes (UDCs), task views, and next numbers These tables go hand in hand with the business data source described above and function strictly as controlling information for the EnterpriseOne product For more information on what tables are identified by this data source, see the appendix tables within EnterpriseOne Control tables can be used at any time during an EnterpriseOne application session The standard naming convention is Control Tables XXX The XXX is specific to the control tables being defined, such as TEST, CRP, PROD, and so on DEFINITION User-defined code (UDC): These are sets of values that display in the EnterpriseOne applications These values can be modified by the end user so that they display in a way that is meaningful An example of a UDC would be a search type in your address book, such as searching by vendors, employees, or other values the system administrator adds
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This DB data source points to data necessary for running the actual EnterpriseOne applications These tables contain processing options for applications and UBEs, template data, business view data, and a host of other information required to run the applications (both interactive and batch) Central objects often contain binary large objects (BLOBs) within the tables themselves Under various RDBMSs, you might see these described as long raw data The information is in binary format and can range from 1 byte to multiple megabytes The central object tables, consequently, are very large Central objects can be hit at any time EnterpriseOne is in use; however, they are most commonly updated during development or when processing options are changed for specific interactive and batch applications The standard naming
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convention is Central Objects XX812 The XX is path code specific The name is major release level specific, such as 812, B733, and so on
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The Versions data source separates the F983051 table from other central object tables This table maintains information on all the versions, interactive and batch applications for each path code This data source is database oriented The standard naming convention is Versions XX812 The XX is path code specific This name is major release specific, such as 812, B733, and so on
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This database-oriented data source points to the JDELocal MSDE (or as of 897 SSE) database loaded on the local client It is often referred to as locally replicated data This is a database format This database is used when a developer executes any HTML or web application locally The information is populated to a local copy of the HTML serialized object tables (F989999 and F989998) This enables the developers to examine code prior to checking that code in This database also serves to contain a copy of the Central Object information on a fat client (as of 812 Central Objects moved to an XML format instead of the old TAM format) In this way the fat client uses the copy of Central Objects contained locally to execute the EnterpriseOne code NOTE Very few applications still execute on the fat client; most everything is now web based The standard naming convention is OneWorld Local XX812 The XX represents the path code name The name represents major release versions such as 812, B733, and so on This data source does not exist for application/logic servers (only on the development workstations)
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The system data source identifies tables that are common to the entire EnterpriseOne implementation and are not environment- or path code specific These shared tables include information such as the data source tables themselves, the Object Configuration Manager, and printers, in addition to a range of other global settings Many of the tables used in the system data source are cached at run time and changes to them are only realized when the client cache is cleared (this applies to client workstations, application servers, and JAS/HTML servers) A good example of this is the security table (F00950) You can look in the appendix tables in EnterpriseOne for all the tables that are associated with this data source These tables can be accessed any time during a session of EnterpriseOne; however, they
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