A common development task is to move data between two different PeopleSoft environments. You can use App Designer to move code, table structures, and pages, but data is a different story. Data Mover is your tool for moving your data.
My biggest challenge is that I don’t use it enough (more...)
The process scheduler provides a good standard way to launch a process. You simply add a subpage to your run control page, and the delivered “Run” button does all of the work for you. But sometimes, you want to run the process other ways. Sometimes, you might want to create (more...)
COBOL in PeopleSoft has long been one of my frustrations. I have had trouble with change assistant not getting the right version of the files in the correct directories. The compiler is an extra set of steps for installing and getting the system working. The license has to be installed (more...)
I have an experimental Oracle Linux VM that I am playing with, and I am going to want to try to run some desktop applications inside the image. So, I want to enable the X Window Graphical Environment.
Here’s the command to install it all:
yum groupinstall “X Window System” (more...)
I know it hasn’t been supported for a while now, but I have been using some 32-bit hardware for testing non-production, non-critical stuff in PeopleSoft for a while now. It’s been okay for just playing around. While the 64-bit was certified, all of the Windows binaries were still actually 32-bit. (more...)
I have been reading up on PeopleSoft’s new Update Delivery model. It sounds very interesting, but one of the things that I caught was the fact that they will be delivering a Virtual Machine on Virtual Box where you can extract the updates that you need. You can watch a (more...)
This is a continuation of my Windows 8 PeopleSoft Installation. Previously, I installed WebLogic. In this step, I plan to create the application server, batch server, and web server. After this step, we should be able to log into PeopleSoft.
Setting the Environment Variables
Before running anything, we need to (more...)
This post is a continuation of my installation of PeopleSoft on a Windows 8 Beta installation. Previously, I installed Tuxedo. This post is about the JRockit JVM. In PeopleTools 8.52, you might be able to get away with using the Regular Oracle Sun JVM, but WebLogic seems designed to (more...)
This is a continuation of the Windows 8 install. Previously, I installed the JRockit JVM. In this post, I am installing the WebLogic web server. This is the middleware that makes the PIA work. The PIA is actually created from the psadmin utility, and I’ll do that in a later (more...)
This is a quick blurb about an installation problem that I ran into. Unfortunately, I didn’t get screenshots grabbed or exact error messages written down, but maybe this will still help.
The first problem was that near the end of the PeopleTools 8.53 Installer, the program gave me a (more...)