Using RequireJS to Manage Dependencies

I have a handful of blog posts describing how to deal with JavaScript dependency conflicts such as multiple library inclusions, namespace conflicts, etc. These workarounds are necessary in portal environments that mash up content from various providers that may use the same libraries. On a portal (Interaction Hub) homepage, for example, you may have a Pagelet Wizard pagelet that uses the jQuery Cycle plugin as well as a Pagelet Wizard pagelet that uses jQuery UI. (more...)

Alliance 2015

I am looking forward to seeing everyone at the Alliance conference in Nashville next month. I was just reviewing my schedule and see lots of interesting technical sessions (as always). If you have room in your schedule, I invite you to attend my session on Tuesday, Mar 17, 2015 from 11:15 AM to 12:15 PM in Presidential D. The session is titled PeopleSoft PeopleTools Developer: Tips and Techniques. See you in a few weeks!

OpenWorld 2014

OpenWorld is only a couple of weeks away. As always, this promises to be an outstanding conference. Whether your focus is functional or technical, OpenWorld has a lot of PeopleSoft sessions. The Focus on PeopleSoft OpenWorld document contains a good list of PeopleSoft focused sessions and events. I look forward to seeing you at OpenWorld this year. Here are some of the places and times where you can find me:


Demo Grounds: PeopleSoft User (more...)

Up and Running with HCM 9.2 on PT 8.54 via PUM "Demo Image"

Yes, you read that correctly. PUM is the new demo image. According to MOS Doc ID 1464619.1 "As of HCM 9.2.006, the PeopleSoft Image and PeopleSoft Demo Image have been combined into one PeopleSoft Update Image. You can use the PeopleSoft Update Image for both your patching and demonstration purposes." If you are current on your PUM images, you probably already knew that. If you are like me, however, and haven't (more...)

Accessing Database Photos from Query Access Service

I have been working with the PeopleTools 8.54 REST Query Access Services. I would absolutely LOVE them if they returned JSON instead of XML. With a little help from x2js I am able to work around this "shortcoming." One specific challenge I faced was accessing image data. For example, with PeopleSoft query I can see who has photos in PS_EMPL_PHOTO, but I can't see the actual uploaded photo. With a little help (more...)