PeopleSoft Financial and SCM 9.2 Revision Release Available on OSDC
By Marc Weintraub on May 19, 2014
The new PeopleSoft delivery model enabled by the PeopleSoft Update Manager (PUM), means the continuous delivery of enhancements and maintenance via PeopleSoft Update Images. In order to assist customer who are deploying PeopleSoft 9.2 and ensure they get the latest and greatest capabilities the PeopleSoft team periodically plans on delivering Revision Releases. Revision Releases are a recut of the CDs for PeopleSoft 9.2 that include enhancements and maintenance through the most current PeopleSoft Update Image. Upgrade scripts are updated so that the Revision Release is the scripts target. What this means is customers who are just starting their upgrade or implementation of PeopleSoft 9.2 process can go directly to the latest PeopleSoft Update Image.
As of mid March, 2014 the PeopleSoft Financials and Supply
Chain Management (SCM) 9.2 Revision Release (through PeopleSoft Update Image 5)
has been available on the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud
(OSDC) as well as for physical shipment. This recut CD for PeopleSoft Financials and SCM 9.2 reflects
enhancements and maintenance through PeopleSoft Update Image 5, and includes both the English and Multilingual versions.
In addition to the application CDs, the documentation on
OSDC and My
has been updated to reflect changes through PeopleSoft Update Image 5,
including the Supplemental Installation docs and Online Help. The upgrade
homepages on My Oracle Support reflect re-certification of the upgrade scripts through
PeopleSoft Update Image 5:
- PeopleSoft Financials/Supply Chain Management 8.9 to 9.2 (through Update Image 5) Upgrade Home Page (Doc ID 1629683.1)
- PeopleSoft Financials/Supply Chain Management 9.0 to 9.2 (through Update Image 5) Upgrade Home Page (Doc ID 1629700.1)
- PeopleSoft Financials/Supply Chain Management 9.1 to 9.2 (through Update Image 5) Upgrade Home Page (Doc ID 1629720.1)
A Revision Release for PeopleSoft Human Capital Management (HCM) is currently planned for later in 2014.