In an earlier post titled Banishing PeopleSoft Myths I shared my perspective of the current state of the PeopleSoft product and marketplace. I thought it’d be an interesting exercise to try to look forwards and to define what I think the future might hold for the product line. Some of this might be a little off-target, some might be a mile off target and some I might have changed my mind on if you ask me (more...)
TL;DR: Do not use secured view in the definition of a security profile
During a migration from 11i to R12.2 we noticed that whatever chance in the assignment screen had as side effect that the employee was not visible anymore under secured responsibilities.
So Oracle deleted all records for such employee from the per_person_lists table, but the call to renew them did nothing.
In a matter of days, customers, partners, employees... and everyone else related to the Oracle ecosystem will converge on San Francisco for the 2016 edition of the Oracle OpenWorld conference. This is by far the most comprehensive Oracle conference of the year, covering both applications and technology. I am really looking forward to attending this year as an Oracle partner. Since I won't be working the Oracle demo grounds, please feel free to stop me (more...)
I would like to borrow a few minutes of your time to ask a quick favour. If you haven’t already, could you please vote ‘Gold’ for Cedar in the UK PeopleSoft Partner of the Year competition.
Here’s why I believe we’re worth your vote:
- We’ve been serving PeopleSoft customers for 20+ years, and in each of the last few years we’ve worked with more than 40 clients
- We’re active members of UKOUG, with (more...)
The next profile in our ‘How I Work‘ series is Logesh Balasubramaniam. Logesh is one of the newer bloggers – posting on his LeanIT Designs site – however he provides great content and is usually one of the first to tackle new functionality. He has sometimes even managed to blog about new features before Oracle’s official post.
If you’re a fan of Logesh’s work it looks like he’s been selected to present at OOW this (more...)
Oracle set the ball rolling with Netsuite acquisition. Oracle OpenWorld Keynote—Cloud Innovation, Mike Hurd (Oracle CEO) predicted that by year 2025 - "Two software-as-a-service (SaaS) suite providers will have 80 percent of the cloud enterprise application market. I volunteer us to be one of them Everything came full circle with NetSuite last week, when Oracle […]
I got a call earlier today from the Tech Support Scammers. You’ve probably heard of this horribly unethical practice already, but the premise is that they cold-call seemingly randomly and try to convince you that there is a problem with your PC/router, and then attempt to get you to allow them remote access to your PC to ‘fix it’. Some then claim problems are due to expired warranties on the computer and demand payment, others (more...)
There seems to be quite a bit of uncertainty and misinformation in the PeopleSoft marketplace currently, so I thought it might be time to banish a few myths:
1. PeopleSoft isn’t being improved/getting investment
There are those with vested interests or other biases that will always deny this regardless of the evidence put in front of them, but PeopleSoft is improving in leaps and bounds. In the last couple of years PeopleSoft has been moving at (more...)
Now that you know what Positive Pay is, you need to find out how to start using Positive Pay. First, we need to start by saying that EVERY bank handles Positive Pay differently. The steps/outline presented here are just a representation of what the most common implementation procedure could look like. 1. Contact your bank […]
Positive Pay can best be described as a fraud prevention program or tool. Technology has increasingly facilitated the ability of criminals to create counterfeit checks and false identification that can be used to engage in fraudulent check activities. As a result, companies must adopt practices to protect against check fraud. Positive pay can provide this […]
This is one of R12.2.5 Enhancement in EBS AR. The Automatic Cash Application improves accuracy and on-time application of cash receipts with the introduction of two new methods for automatically applying cash receipts. The first method generates match scores using the Levenshtein distance algorithm and automatically applies the receipt based on a score threshold. The […]
The following Patch Set Updates have been released Recently for Oracle Data Relationship Management 18.104.22.168.341. Patch 23236297 - PATCH SET UPDATE: ORACLE DATA RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT - 22.214.171.124.341 Patch 23750023 - PATCH SET UPDATE: DATA RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT ANALYTICS - 126.96.36.199.341 Oracle Data Relationship Management Analytics is a capstone dashboard and reporting application that draws upon the […]
The PeopleCode language has a lot of features and functions. But sometimes, it seems there are tasks we need to accomplish that are just out of reach of the PeopleCode language. It is at these times that I reach for Java. I have written a lot about Java, so I'm sure many of you already know how to mix Java with PeopleCode. While certainly a rational solution, one of the pain points of a Java (more...)
The topic of how to manage environment variables was mentioned recently on the PeopleSoft Administrator Podcast
Recently I have built a pair of PeopleSoft environments for a proof-of-concept and have faced into exactly this problem. I have two PS_APP_HOMEs (application homes) share the same PS_HOME (PeopleTools home). The environment variables need to be correct before I open psadmin to administer the application server and process (more...)