JD Edwards Orchestrator: Job Scheduler Integrations

Extend the functionality and automation capabilities of the JD Edwards Orchestrator by integrating it with RunMyJobs by Redwood job scheduler.

  • Optimize

    batch processes with event-driven automation

  • Manage

    dependencies, orchestration jobs, notifications, etc from one dashboard

  • Orchestrate DevOps

    processes from build to tool release

  • Designed

    for user experience with drag-and-drop lists, templates, and more

JDE Orchestrator by Oracle

The JDE Orchestrator, also known as JD Edwards Orchestrator, is a powerful tool within the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne (JDE) software suite developed by Oracle. It’s designed to enable integration, automation, and extensibility and functionality of business processes within the JD Edwards system. The Universal Batch Engine (UBE) is a key component for running batch processes.


Through a no-code development environment, users can create and manage orchestrations. An orchestration is a workflow, or sequence of tasks, designed to automate business processes, integrate with external systems, and configure real-time data exchange across environments.

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrator Studio

The Orchestrator Studio is a web-based application for creating new orchestrations and related orchestration components. The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne orchestrator processes the components when the orchestration instance is executed on the AIS server.

The Orchestrator Studio is used to create the following components: orchestrations, notifications, form extensibility requests, data requests, reports, watchlists, connectors, connections, custom service requests, messages, rules, cross references, white lists, schedules, attachments, logic extensions, and workflows.

Integrate with Redwood’s Advanced Job Scheduler

By integrating JD Edwards EnterpriseOne tools with powerful job schedulers like RunMyJobs by Redwood, teams can achieve optimization by expediting task execution across systems.  

  • Secure ERP Integrations

    Any limitations faced in JDE EnterpriseOne applications can be overcome through Redwood’s robust library of integrations for ERP apps, including JDE and Oracle. Orchestration can be done natively in minutes with REST web services and API wizards.

    SOA APIs enable the ability to build consumable automation services across both cloud and on-prem environments. UDOs (User-Defined Objects) and interactive applications can be integrated for further customization.

  • Premier User Experience

    Designed with user experience in mind, RunMyJobs by Redwood offers a low-code environment and intuitive scheduler user interface for easy adoption and use. Build processes in minutes with convenient templates, and choose from drag-and-drop lists in a graphic editor to customize workflows.

    Support for over 25 scripting languages including Python, Java, JSON, and PowerShell give developers the freedom to use the technologies they prefer.

  • Advanced Orchestrator Functionality

    Teams can orchestrate their entire tech stack, including JDE EnterpriseOne applications and Oracle tools, with Redwood.  Seamlessly connect systems and run orchestrations, no matter how complex the toolset.

    Because RunMyJobs by Redwood is delivered as a SaaS solution, customers enjoy a 99.95% guaranteed uptime and 24/7 customer support. Redwood software is continuously being enhanced with new features and tools releases with feature enhancements

Frequently Asked Questions

What are some features of the JDE Orchestrator?

Some key features and functionality of the JDE Orchestrator include: integrations, automation, real-time data access, event-driven triggers, web-based design interface, extensibility, and monitoring.

The Orchestrator facilitates seamless integration between JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications and external systems like web services, IoT devices, mobile applications, and job schedulers. This tool can connect to a wide range of endpoints and exchange data in real-time.

The JDE Orchestrator provides a web-based designer interface to visually create, configure, and manage orchestrations. The no-code approach simplifies the development process and reduces the need for extensive programming knowledge. Custom connectors, APIs, and business functions can extend the functionality of the Orchestrator.

Learn about the key features of RunMyJobs by Redwood, including expanded automation and integrations.

What is the difference between the Oracle Scheduler and the Oracle JD Edwards Orchestrator Job Scheduler?

The Oracle Scheduler and the Oracle JD Edwards (JDE) Orchestrator Job Scheduler are two distinct scheduling components offered by Oracle. They each serve different purposes within the respective software systems.

Oracle Scheduler is a feature of the Oracle database for scheduling and automating tasks within the database environment. It is primarily focused on automating and managing tasks within the Oracle database itself. These tasks include batch processes, cron jobs, data enhancements, database maintenance, backups, etc.

The Orchestrator Job Scheduler defines schedules for executing orchestrations, sets dependencies between orchestrations, and monitors orchestration jobs and execution status.

See how teams orchestrate end-to-end business processes with Redwood’s modern cloud-native automation platform.

What are the orchestration steps?

When it comes to business process automation and integration, orchestration steps refer to the individual tasks executed sequentially or in parallel within an orchestration workflow. These steps define the sequence of operations and actions required to complete each business process.

Some common examples of orchestration steps include:

  • Data transformation
  • Service invocation
  • Conditional logic
  • Integration and communication
  • Post-processing and cleanup
  • Looping and iteration
  • Error handling
  • Event triggers

Service invocation orchestration steps involve invoking external services or APIs to perform actions. Actions include calling a web service, making a RESTful API request, or interacting with other applications or systems.

Integration and communication steps connect with external systems, applications, and databases to perform tasks like data retrieval, updating records, and sending notifications. After the orchestration processing is complete, post-processing and cleanup steps are performed. These include logging, generating reports, cleanup tasks, and sending notifications.

Discover how Redwood’s event-driven process automation can orchestrate business processes for real-time results.