JD Edwards CNC Consultant

The CNC (Configurable Network Computing) Administrator – JDE Support will be responsible for the daily technical (ERP) system and is the primary individual responsible for all aspects of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Environments.
Will also require working directly with the systems development staff to troubleshoot application issues and project management of upgrades.
Back up to the MS DBA
Participate in system upgrades by assisting in planning and testing those upgrades.
Continuously gains an understanding of the customers’ operations and how systems are used in support of their operations, transferring knowledge to users, programmers and IT support personnel.
Stay abreast of new JDE releases and applications and present opportunities for improvement to the business units.
Determine system requirements and recommends workable JDE solutions to management and staff.
Develop new, or modifies existing software solutions to satisfy ongoing company business needs.

 Below are the responsibilities in detail.

1.      Installation and Configuration
    • Installing and configuring Deployment Server
    • Apply planner ESU
    • Execute special instructions
    • Installing and configuring Enterprise Server
    • Installing and configuring Web Server
    • Setup JAS/HTML Server instances on Web Server
    • Setup BSSV Server instances on Web Server
    • Setup AIS Server instance(s) on Web Server
    • Server Manager installation and configuration
    • Server Manager Agent installations and configurations
    • Create and run installation plan
    • Post installation, log analysis and surface testing
2.      Upgrade Activities
    • Perform application release upgrade
    • Perform tools release upgrade
      • Normal upgrade
      • Multi foundation upgrade
    • Upgrading different environments
    • Surface testing of upgraded instance
    • Promotion and testing of objects in upgraded ERP
3.      User/Role Management
    • Creation of user IDs
    • Creation of test and production roles
    • Assigning environments to roles
    • Assigning roles to users
    • Password reset for user IDs
    • Management of users and roles
    • Setup role sequencing
4.      Security Management
    • Setup security for different roles i.e. test and production roles
    • Configuring different types of securities such as application, action, row, column, etc.
    • Promoting security changes from test to production
    • Synchronizing test and production roles
    • Identify security conflicts and resolve them
    • Implementing SOD based on the provided requirement
5.      Object Management Configuration
    • Setup and define status flows for object promotion
    • Configuring roles for status change
    • Setup transfer activity rules (from-to status)
    • Setup allowed actions (related to objects and OMW roles)
6.      Package Management
    • Build and deploy full packages
    • Build and deploy update packages
    • Backup objects to a different pathcode or as PAR files
    • Execute special instructions like table/index generation, backup, generate & restore tables, etc.
7.      Change Management
    • OMW project promotion to promote regular and ESU changes
    • Promoting retrofitted objects to custom pathcode
    • Token management
    • Project demotion
    • OMW logging and tracking
8.      Menu (Task View) Management
    • Menu/task view creation and deletion
    • Setup role based menu filtering
    • Promoting tasks and task views from one environment to another
    • Promoting/synchronizing menu filtering between test and production roles
9.      Job Scheduling
    • Implement JDE or third party scheduler
    • Create job schedules
    • Deactivate unused job schedules
    • Purging scheduler job records
    • Hold and release job schedules based on requirement
    • Stopping/starting scheduler (mostly before/after downtime)
10.   Web Client (Fat Client) Management
    • Setup a web client/fat client which involves database and JDE setup on a windows server machine
    • Package installation (deployment) on different web clients
    • Enabling different types of logging on a fat client
    • Log management
    • Troubleshooting fat client related issues
11.   ESU/ASU Management
    • Installation of ESUs or paper fixes
    • Implementation of POCs, if any, obtained from Oracle
    • Perform impact analysis
    • Identify and execute, pre and post installation tasks
    • Object promotion related to ESU
    • Package management related to ESU
12.   Data Source Management and Object Configuration Mappings
    • Setup new data sources
    • Setup connection settings (for e.g. tnsnames.ora)
    • OCM configuration
13.   Custom pathcode and environment
    • Creating custom pathcodes and environments
    • Defining and configuring custom data sources
    • OCM configuration and setup
    • Surface testing of the pathcode and environment
    • Assigning environment to roles and management of the same
    • Defining tablespaces and schemas
    • Defining process for environment refresh
    • Carrying out environment refresh/coordinating with DBAs
14.   Job Queue Setups
    • Create and modify single and multithreaded job queues
    • Associating job queues to ports and servers
    • Hold and release job queues based on requirement
15.   Printer Setups
    • Co-ordinate with network team/carry out printer setups on enterprise servers
    • Setup printer definitions in JDE
    • Defining and configuring default printer based on user/role/host/report
    • Testing printer setup
16.   Infrastructure Setups
    • Admin ID setup on various nodes
    • Network access setup (or coordinating with network team)
    • Firewall openings for ports (or coordinating with network team)
    • Installation of mandatory softwares on different nodes
17.   Monitoring Activities
    • Monitoring CPU, Disk I/O and memory usage on different nodes
    • Monitoring overall system health
    • Monitoring HTML, AIS, BSSV server instances
    • Monitoring various kernels
    • Monitoring database for resource extensive queries and table locks
18.   Maintenance Activities
    • Service restarts for enterprise servers
    • Service restarts for web components like JAS, AIS and BSSV instances
    • Clearing stale logs for enterprise servers and web components
    • Disk space management on different nodes
    • Purging scheduler records, work center messages, etc.