As an enterprise's financial data is confidential in nature, it is imperative that the data transmission between a JD Edwards system and an external system takes place via a highly secure interface.
In an article published on SearchOracle, Infosys experts, based on their experience in Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) software for digital data encryption, discuss various factors that should be considered while designing a fully automated interface between JD Edwards and external systems. These include:
If all the above factors are extensively covered, the process of developing the interface can be easy. JD Edwards Unicode conversion, scheduler setup, logging, and email notifications are important keys in setting up the design. The end-to-end process can be made secure by adopting public key cryptography techniques.
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Sukinder George, Technology Architect – Manufacturing Vertical, Consulting and Systems Integration, Infosys
Sukinder has more than 10 years’ experience in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and various facets such as SAR fixing, product support, production support, design and development, implementation and project management. He can be reached at
Shankar Raman, Technology Lead – Manufacturing Vertical, Consulting and Systems Integration, Infosys
Shankar has over seven years’ experience in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. He has been part of multiple implementations and rollout projects in JD Edwards distribution, manufacturing and projects modules. He can be reached at
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