JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Web Client for iPad Quick Start Guide

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Web Client for iPad Quick Start Guide
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
Web Client for iPad Quick Start Guide
Release 8.98 Update 4, Service Pack 5
E25437-01
September 2011
This document contains the following topics:
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"Overview"
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"Prerequisites"
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"User Interface"
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"Using Context-Sensitive Keyboards for Entering Data"
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"Third-Party Web Site and Google Maps Application Support"
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"JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Features Not Supported on the iPad"
Overview
Oracle supports JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Web client on the Apple iPad tablet
through the Safari Web browser. This availability through Safari Web browser on the
iPad enables users in the field to react quickly and efficiently to time-sensitive business
tasks.
Prerequisites
Before you access JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Web client on the iPad, make sure the
following prerequisites are met:
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Access the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Current MTR Index on My Oracle Support
for supported releases of iPad and Safari Web browser for iOS:
https://support.oracle.com/CSP/ui/flash.html#tab=KBHome(page=KBHome&id=
()),(page=KBNavigator&id=(bmDocTitle=JD%20Edwards%20EnterpriseOne%20Cur
rent%20MTR%20Index&viewingMode=1143&bmDocType=REFERENCE&bmDocID=747323.
1&bmDocDsrc=KB&from=BOOKMARK))
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Disable the pop-up blocker in the iPad settings for Safari.
To disable the Safari pop-up blocker on the iPad:
1.
On the iPad, tap the Settings icon.
2.
On Settings, scroll down and tap the Safari option.
3.
On Safari, toggle the "Block Pop-ups" setting to the OFF position.
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User Interface
On the Safari Web browser on the iPad, the appearance of the JD Edwards
EnterpriseOne Web client applications is the same as how they appear in a Web
browser on a desktop client. The difference between the two lies in how you navigate
and interact with the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne application forms and features.
On the iPad, you use touch-screen gestures to navigate and interact with JD Edwards
EnterpriseOne Web client applications. You can use gestures that are native to the
iPad. For example, you can use a native gesture such as swiping your finger upward
on the iPad screen to scroll down through a form. You can tap a field or a cell in the
application grid to access a keyboard for entering data.
You also can use context-sensitive gestures designed specifically for JD Edwards
EnterpriseOne Web client. For a list of context-sensitive gestures, see JD Edwards
EnterpriseOne Context-Sensitive Gestures.
Some JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Web client features are not
supported on the iPad. See JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Features Not
Supported on the iPad for more information.
Note:
Increasing the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Menu Display Size
You can use the native iPad reverse-pinch gesture to zoom in on the JD Edwards
EnterpriseOne Menu. Alternatively, you can tap Preferences on the JD Edwards
EnterpriseOne Menu and then tap the Zoom check box to increase the display size of
the menu.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Context-Sensitive Gestures
Oracle provides context-sensitive gestures for working with the JD Edwards
EnterpriseOne Web client. To perform a context-sensitive gesture, you must begin the
gesture in a particular area in the Web client application, either in the menu area, the
form area, or the grid area. For example, performing a context-sensitive gesture in the
menu area at the top of a form closes a form; performing a context-sensitive gesture in
the form area opens the Form Exit menu.
On the iPad, you can access a description of all JD Edwards
EnterpriseOne context-sensitive gestures by clicking the "About(i)"
link in the upper-right corner of any JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
application.
Note:
The following sections describe the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne context-sensitive
gestures.
Menu Context-Sensitive Gestures
This table contains descriptions of context-sensitive gestures that you can start from
the navigation menu on the left side of the screen:
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Gesture
Action
Performs a close or cancel if one of
these operations is on the form.
Cross swipe
Performs a find (search) if the Find
operation is on the form.
Swipe down
Performs an add if the Add operation
is on the form.
Caret swipe
Performs a select or OK if one of
these operations is on the form.
Check mark swipe
Form Context-Sensitive Gestures
This table contains descriptions of context-sensitive gestures that you can perform in
the form area:
Gesture
Action
Three-finger swipe, right
to left
Closes the menu.
Three-finger swipe, left to Opens the menu.
right
If the menu is already open, this
gesture accesses the next open
application.
Two-finger, single tap
Opens the Form Exit menu on a
form.
Grid Context-Sensitive Gestures
This table contains descriptions of context-sensitive gestures that you can perform in
the grid area of a form:
Gesture
Action
Three-finger downward
swipe
Performs a search if a Find button is
available.
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Gesture
Action
Three-finger upward
swipe
After performing a find, you can use
this gesture to perform the Next
Page operation, which enables you
to scroll through additional pages of
records in the grid.
Two-finger single tap
Opens the Row Exit menu.
Using Context-Sensitive Keyboards for Entering Data
The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Web client for iPad supports the iPad context-sensitive
keyboard feature. A numeric keyboard appears when you tap a field that requires only
numeric characters; an alpha keyboard appears when you tap a field that requires only
alpha characters. If a field allows both alpha and numeric characters, you can toggle
back and forth between the alpha keyboard and numeric keyboard to enter the data.
Third-Party Web Site and Google Maps Application Support
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Web client applications can contain URLs to third-party
Web sites. If a user taps a URL on the iPad, the iPad opens another Safari Web client
window with the specified Web site address in the URL.
If a JD Edwards EnterpriseOne application contains a URL defined with a Google
Maps Web site address, you can tap the URL and the iPad will launch the Google
Maps application for iPad. For example, the following URL will take you to a map in
the Google Maps application, showing the location of One Technology Way in Denver,
Colorado:
http://maps.google.com/?q=one+technology+way+80237
The Google Maps application must be installed on the iPad to support this
functionality.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Features Not Supported on the iPad
The following JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Web client features are not supported on the
iPad:
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Maximize button on the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Menu.
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New Window button.
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Import/Export Grid functions.
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Copy and paste feature in a grid.
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Drag and drop features.
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Hot key support
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Accessibility.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Web client applications in Safari Web Browser on the
iPad are not accessible for users with disabilities.
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Edit mode in Rich Text Editor (RTE).
You cannot edit content in RTE.
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Object linking and embedding (OLE) feature in the Media Object Viewer.
Documentation Accessibility
For information about Oracle's commitment to accessibility, visit the Oracle
Accessibility Program website at
http://www.oracle.com/pls/topic/lookup?ctx=acc&id=docacc.
Access to Oracle Support
Oracle customers have access to electronic support through My Oracle Support. For
information, visit http://www.oracle.com/pls/topic/lookup?ctx=acc&id=info or
visit http://www.oracle.com/pls/topic/lookup?ctx=acc&id=trs if you are hearing
impaired.
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E25437-01
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