I took a nice foray into Equation Engine the other day, and I don’t want to forget what I learned. On a demo instance, I want to go through a quick example of writing an Equation using Residency Data. We’ll try to grab the Residency status for a particular person (in state or out of state).
You can see the residency data at this navigation: Campus Community > Personal Information > Identification > (more...)
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As we continue to see more inroads made by cloud and SaaS technology, I have to admit to a downside...what can I work with in my local lab.
My local lab consists of two iMacs, an Apple Airbook, several arrays of 1-TB external hard drives from OWC, and a serious effort in leveraging virtual machines (I'm personally a VMware fan). It wasn't too long ago that I could run most Oracle technology on my (more...)
I'm hanging out in the middle of nowhere this week...Fort Riley, Kansas. Here to visit my granddaughters. Which means I'm missing ODTUG's KScope14 conference. Missed the OAUG/Quest/IOUG Collaborate14 this year as well. Will also be absent at OAUG's ConnectionPoint14 in Pittsburgh. Will be missing a few others that are usually on my calendar as well (But I made it to UTOUG Training Days, Alliance14, and the MidAtlantic HEUG conference - will also make it (more...)
I try to keep the content on here focused on the products and implementation tips however I hope you’ll indulge me with one personal post.
After six and a half enjoyable years I have left Succeed Consultancy. I’m leaving behind a lot of talented colleagues and great friends, however for reasons that I don’t want to bore you with it’s time to move on.
As of yesterday I’ve started work for Cedar Consulting. One of the (more...)
So now that we've heard the Oracle FY14 Q4 financial results, what did we learn? Most noticeably, Oracle continues to be a company in transition...and that transition is beginning to take hold. Changing a company and an ecosystem as large as Oracle's is like turning a battleship...it takes time. But we have some pretty clear evidence that the battleship is turning.
Let's look at the numbers for a minute. Oracle's SaaS and PaaS (more...)
After the release and subsequent removal of the ‘there is no PeopleSoft 9.3′ post on the My Oracle Support site and twitter I’ve been in contact with Oracle to find out the truth behind these rumours. Let me share with you what I have learned directly from Oracle…
Oracle believes PeopleSoft customers want new capabilities delivered at a high frequency that they can adopt in a non-disruptive, low cost way. They understand that the model (more...)
This morning Oracle released a statement confirming that there will not be a PeopleSoft 9.3 for any of its applications.
This isn’t a surprise – as it’s something that has been alluded to on more than one occasion by Oracle execs – and neither is it to be viewed as a negative step.
The model of big, disruptive, high cost upgrades every several years no longer works and continuous improvement is now the accepted best (more...)
This is a guest post by Anton de Weger, a highly experienced PeopleSoft Consultant who works for StratusHR in Australia. Anton has been previously featured in the post “I’m Anton de Weger and This is How I Work“.
As part of a v8.9 to v9.2 upgrade of PeopleSoft HCM my current client wanted to take the opportunity to load all of their employee photos from their security system into PeopleSoft (more...)
I am looking for opportunity now, let me know if anyone has any offer for me. Mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ve been a bit behind on reading my news. Back in April, PeopleSoft released their “Release Value Proposition” for PeopleTools 8.54, and it’s got me excited about it. Then, a week or two ago, PeopleSoft published the pre-release notes. I don’t have any inside information, but I thought I would list the features that looked exciting to me…
- Code Completion: HUGE — this is a feature I have been looking for (more...)
IOUC has organized Oracle User Group Presidents/Leaders conference at Sofia Balkan Hotel, Sofia, Bulgaria during May 20-22, 2014 for European, Middle-East and African Oracle User Group Leaders’ Community (EOUC). I got an opportunity to represent MEOUG as President of the group. I was going first to this summit. The conference started with the reception on […]
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I've been in the software business a long time now...I can remember from first-hand experience how things were done 15 and 20 years ago. It seems like one of the biggest changes from then to now comes in our approach to "Fit Gap".
Fit Gap sessions are part of most packaged application implementations approaches. The idea is to compare user requirements with software functionality in order to see how well the software "fits" with (more...)
Having great fun with HR visualizations. 9 boxes for talent management, org charts, workforce comparison charts, .. you name it.
If you are using R12.1.2 , user may report some difficulty with Homepage responsblity , therefore they prefer similar to 11i or R12.1 In release 12.1.2 the E-Business Suite homepage has been re-designed using the configurable pages infrastructure. This is new Enhancement which allows customers to work with a WYSIWYG model of configuration. This allows [...]
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Cross Posted from my Personal Blog
I managed to get through high school and college never taking a second language, even in the ’80s this required advanced maneuvers through the academic handbook. Why would I do this? Was I against taking a language?
Nope. I desperately wanted to take a language, but I lacked confidence.
The only language offered in my high school was Spanish, and I wanted to take French or Japanese (it was the ’80s).