So, I suggested the DBAs to do strace (more...)
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I will be in Calgary next week presenting PeopleTools topics at the Western Canada Regional Users Group meeting. My sessions are at 1 PM and 2:15 PM. See you there!
As a teaser to the session that Mark Thomas and myself are presenting on Selective Adoption at OpenWorld next week, here’s a slide showing why Selective Adoption is important for so many clients:
By virtue of such a high proportion of clients upgrading to 9.2 already, Selective Adoption is impacting a huge number of customers.
Come to Mark’s and my session at 9:30am on Thursday to find out the adjustments that you need to (more...)
Next up in our ‘How I Work‘ series is Wade ‘Smart Panda’ Coombs. Wade is one of the most prolific bloggers currently sharing their PeopleSoft knowledge. He writes at his thesmartpanda.com website and has a lot of great content – particularly focusing on SSL certs, Change Assistant, server admin, SES and Weblogic). Wade also has a ‘Smart Thinking’ newsletter (this is the current issue, including a sign-up link).
Name: Wade (more...)
Oracle Compound triggers can be handy when you need to share common data in various timing points, e.g. solving a mutating table problem. You can find an example on the Oracle base website.
For those that are using compound triggers, before 12c the order of the sections were restricted:
In February of this year, Oracle University launched the PeopleSoft Learning Stream. Oracle's Learning Streams are short, educational vignettes. I was given the privilege of recording 6 streams:
I have learned a lot from other people in the Oracle Community over the years and I bet a lot of you have too.
Now it's time to give them some recognition by the means of an award.
Until 15 October you can cast your vote.
These are the categories: