Safyr for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
JD Edwards presents you with some specific challenges when you come to look at its metadata. For example the physical names for tables and fields are particularly opaque. Both consist of codes comprising numbers and letters. In addition the relationships between the tables are not defined in the data dictionary tables. They are inferred from Business Views. This makes it very hard for you to navigate and make sense of the data model.
Safyr® for JD Edwards gives you the power to cut through this data fog and allows you to understand and curate the metadata quickly and easily.
Safyr helps users navigate the many tables and fields, not only by providing the ‘business’ descriptions for those objects, but also by interpreting the joins found in JD Edwards Business Views to give the user a means to understand the relationships between JD Edwards tables.
“It’s difficult to imagine how we could have integrated complex … J.D. Edwards metadata structures into our corporate information architecture without Safyr. The cost was low compared to other methods and a fraction of the overall project budget.”