Thursday Jul 31, 2014
Friday Jul 18, 2014
By Dave Bain-Oracle on Jul 18, 2014
The Fluid UI is one of the most exciting new features PeopleSoft has delivered in years. With Fluid UI, app developers build responsive user interfaces that run on smartphones, mini tablets, tablets and even desktops/laptops using the same PeopleTools components, pages, records and peoplecode they’ve been using for years. There’s one difference, with classic PeopleSoft, the UI is pixel perfect, meaning what you see on the page is exactly what you built in page designer. With Fluid UI the contents of a page is based on styles, and may change depending on the size of the device. It’s all still HTML, just a new way of laying out the fields.
PeopleSoft is gearing up for this big change and will deliver a new set of responsive, mobile ready applications soon. In keeping with PeopleSoft's continuous delivery strategy, the new content will be delivered in a PUM instance, available on the 9.2 product line.
A lot of developers from customers and partners will want to get up to speed and become familiar with how Fluid UI works. An easy path is to wait until the application content is available, and use that content to learn from. For those that just can’t wait, we’ll start a mini-blog series that shows you how to build your first Fluid component. Stay tuned. We’re off to talk about the great new features of 8.54 at Reconnect in Chicago, but after that we’ll begin showing you how it all works.
Friday Jul 11, 2014
By PeopleTools Strategy on Jul 11, 2014
- Oracle's PeopleSoft PeopleTools 8.54 Documentation Home Page (requires My Oracle Support login) which includes:
- PeopleSoft Information Portal (The main source for everything PeopleSoft)
Wednesday Jul 09, 2014
By Matthew Haavisto-Oracle on Jul 09, 2014
Oracle Secure Enterprise Search (SES) is the search engine on which the PeopleSoft Search Framework relies. Here is a comprehensive set of resources on My Oracle Support that provide information on the essential hardware for Oracle SES to help ensure capacity for peak concurrent usage of your PeopleSoft 9.2 environment. When planning your PeopleSoft 9.2 installation, follow these recommendations to insure the best possible performance and stability for your PeopleSoft environment.
Tuesday Jul 08, 2014
By Greg Kelly-Oracle on Jul 08, 2014
As a follow on from the CPU Analysis posting and for the frequent enquiries we get regarding an end of support/life for a particular PeopleTools version and the versions of PeopleSoft applications which PeopleTools versions support, here is some background you can use for your own research and upgrade planning.
Please review the Oracle Technical Support Policies page at:
PeopleTools releases are designated as follows - 8.xx.yy
- xx is the minor release version
- yy is the patch version
PeopleTools versions are patched until 12 months after the GA of the next minor release version.
CPU (security) patches/fixes are provided for a further 12 months.
General Availability of PeopleTools 8.52 - Friday Oct 28, 2011
General Availability of PeopleTools 8.53 - Wednesday Feb 06, 2013
PeopleTools 8.52 was patched until 12 months after PeopleTools 8.53 GA - i.e. until Feb 2014
First CPU only patch release for PeopleTools 8.52 was April 2014
PeopleTools 8.52 support ends Jan 2015 (depending on SV's, alignment with CPU cycle, and some other circumstances, CPU may be extended for another cycle, i.e. additional 3 months)
Please see this document for Maximum PeopleTools releases for particular PeopleSoft versions:
Oracle Support Document 1348959.1 (Lifetime Support Summary for PeopleSoft Releases) can be found at:
PeopleSoft applications support is defined in Applications Unlimited support - http://www.oracle.com/us/support/library/lifetime-support-applications-069216.pdf
Here is an example from the Applications Unlimited support document for HRMS (HCM) 9.0
For additional information on Critical Patch Updates, Security Alerts and Third Party Bulletin, see http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/topics/security/alerts-086861.html
Tuesday Jul 01, 2014
By Matthew Haavisto-Oracle on Jul 01, 2014
This paper has been around for a bit, but some people may not have seen it. As customers move to the latest releases of PeopleTools they are adopting our new search technology, and this paper can help with the understanding of all aspects of the new search. The paper covers the following subjects:
- Getting Started PeopleSoft Search Technology
- Understanding PeopleSoft Search Framework
- Defining Search Definition Queries
- Creating Query and Connected Query Search Definitions
- Creating File Source Search Definitions
- Creating Web Source Search Definitions
- Creating Search Categories
- Administering PeopleSoft Search Framework
- Working with PeopleSoft Search Framework Utilities
- Working with PeopleSoft Search Framework Security Features
- Working with PeopleSoft Search (once it is deployed)
As you can see, this paper covers it all. It is a valuable resource for anyone deploying and administering the new PeopleSoft search.
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- Searching in PeopleSoft
- Updated PeopleTools Performance Guidelines Red Paper Available
- Reporting in PeopleSoft Without Crystal Reports
- Tools - Only Upgrades for the Interaction Hub
- Interaction Hub Image 2 Now Available
- Multiple PeopleSoft Applications: Using the Interaction Hub or Not
- PeopleTools CPU analysis and supported versions of PeopleTools (update for January 2016 CPU)
- Fluid Header and Navigation is the New Standard
- Simplified Analytics: Putting Power in the Hands of End Users
- Oracle Proudly Releases PeopleTools 8.55