The Cantara Integration Platform provides a solution for enterprise organisations to integrate with their JD Edwards EnterpriseOne ERP solution.
The following Cantara documentation set provides the details for setting up and using the application, and maximizing the benefits it has to offer.
|Common Cantara Server Components Installation
View help topics for installing and deploying the Cantara Access Server:
|Cantara Administration Console Installation
View help topics for installing and deploying the Cantara Administration Console:
|Cantara Agent Installation
|Creating and configuring farms.
|View step-by-step instructions for creating function definitions that reference JD Edwards business functions and named event rules.
|Details about how to build query definitions against JD Edwards data and execute a test to check for problems.
|Information about how to create report definition to run and print JD Edwards reports.
|View information about managing extensions.
|View information about managing notifications.
|View information about managing routes.
|View step-by-step instructions for adding and configuring additional JD Edwards environments.
|Managing the Scheduler
|View information about managing scheduler requests, variables, and groups.
|View information about managing users.
|Administration Console Configuration (On-Premises only)
|View information about applying a system configuration file.
|Definition Data Types
|List of data types supported in the Cantara Integration Platform.
|Searching for Components and Records
|Details about using the search function to find components and records.
|Exporting Data to a File
|Details about exporting data to the Microsoft Excel format or PDF.
|Cantara Development Guide
|View topics about using the Cantara API to extend the application to create a custom solution.
|View tutorials to help you learn how to perform specific tasks in the Cantara application.
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