I’m an experienced RPG programmer that now works on JDE OneWorld.
The only place I can think of that may offer developer training is jdetips, Oracle also run training courses but targeted towards the current release.
The forum at jdelist is useful and there are a few friendly groups on LinkedIn.
You should also be able to pick up a used copy of the JDE OneWorld Developers Guide by Steve Hester and Steve Wilburn on Amazon. It doesn’t go into lots of detail but is handy as an introduction and guide.
I’m not sure of your previous JDE experience but if you’ve got a World background I’m sure you’ve found that development in Oneworld is a whole new ball game!
Finally, if there is anything I can help with; let me know and I’ll try my best.
Thanks, Steve! I'm confused, though. Is there a difference between OneWorld and World? I know Enterprise is the more recent version.
Yes they’re very different.
World is the original version, is IBM-i based and developed in RPG.
OneWorld is a client-server system with a GUI interface.It can run on IBM-i, Oracle or Microsoft stacks.Applications are developed using a combination of graphical tools, Oneworld’s internal event rules (ER) language and C.
The two databases share common filenames though, E.g. the address book master in both World and OneWorld is called F0101.
Oneworld was re-branded Enterprise One back in 2003.
Ah, thank you for the clarification, Steve. So, what I'm looking for then, is a class (or good documentation) on JDE World, from the persective of an experienced RPG programmer. If you, or anyone, knows of such, that information would be much appreciated!