Why we do not use PowerConnect to access PeopleSoft Tree
By Dylan Wan-Oracle on Mar 16, 2011
1. It does not allow you to use parameters to the PeopleSoft connect. It may be changed later. However, it was a big issue when we try to address customer issues.
2. It requires EFFDT as an option.
It expect that people change the EFFDT using Mapping Editor. How can a business user does that every month?
3. It asks for a Tree Name. Many PeopleSoft tree structure supports multiple trees. Tree is just a header of the hierarchy. Whenever you add a new Tree, you need to create a new mapping!!
It does not make sense to use PowerConnect due to the customer demands. All requirements are from customers.
We have no choice but stop using it.