It has been released earlier this week, time to move to VMWare ESXi.
My workaround I described here is still working. To make it short, updating the ovf file as below:
1. ovf:capacity=(ovf:capacity*2)-64512 (I used diskMode=thin in the VM disks’ definition for the import)
2. <OperatingSystemSection ovf:id="101">
And the VM starts properly.
If you follow any number of those in the Partner community on LinkedIn you’ll have seen many of us asking that you vote for us in the UKOUG’s annual Partner of the Year competition. All of the partners are really grateful for your votes as winning an award selected by end-users carries significant prestige.
I’m delighted that the company which I now work for – Cedar Consulting – were awarded 1st place (Gold) for PeopleSoft Partner of (more...)
This article explains how to determine the overhead of using literal values rather than bind variables in SQL submitted by PeopleSoft Application Engine programs. Using a combination of PeopleSoft Application Engine Batch Timings and Oracle Active Session History (ASH), it is possible to determine where it is most effective to change to alter this behaviour by setting the ReUse attribute.
ReUse Statement Flag
I originally wrote about the Performance Benefits of ReUseStatement in Application Engine (more...)
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One of the new PeopleTools 8.54 features that went probably a bit unnoticed amidst the excitement on the new Fluid interface is the ability of Application Engine programs to take advantage of Global Temporary Tables (GTTs)
when using an Oracle Database.
What are GTTs?
The Global Temporary Tables were introduced by Oracle already on the 8i version of its database product. These tables are session specific, meaning that the data inserted in them only (more...)
PS_JOB is probably the most popular and well known table in Peoplesoft HCM… The name explains by itself the content, job data component is in there.
If I would have a table on my own, I’d like to add line(s) with my name in it…
It just means that I’m always looking for a new contract. This is the intent of that blog entry. Sorry to the people who are seeking a technical subject, it’s (more...)
You had to be hiding under a rock (with no cell or internet service) to miss out on the fact that Oracle was trumpeting cloud messages throughout OpenWorld. Far too much news for one person to track. So I'd like to approach discussing this in a very different way.
Today, I'm simply putting up a link to the best Oracle press release on recent cloud announcements. The release touts the six new platform services for (more...)
In the past post
, we covered the approach we followed to have both PeopleTools versions running at once. In this post we will cover the issues we faced and how we got around.Missing Tables
Our approach for identifying tables was not perfect. By examining the traces and logs, we missed some tables that were directly impacted by Application Designer (we did not enable tracing while copying the PeopleTools projects as it would have (more...)
Since the prior post here, I've had some people ask why I compared Oracle OpenWorld this year to an avalanche. Well, to be honest, there are two reasons. First, it was certainly an avalanche of news. You can check all the Oracle press releases related to the conference here
(warning: it's pages and pages of information). Second, I'm tired of using the analogy of sipping or drinking from a firehose...time to try something new. (more...)