Tag: PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface

One of the best values PeopleSoft offers is the ease of making customizations to get the application to work the best for your business. But those customizations come at a cost. When applying maintenance you have to account for the changes. There are strategies you can take to minimize the cost of customizations. In this…

Feb 20 @  3:30pm

In 2015 King County adopted a Release Set delivery strategy to align HCM system updates with PeopleSoft Update Manager Image releases. This strategy has been refined over the years to keep King County current with the latest Images available and give users access to the latest features and functionality. Adopting a continuous release cycle comes…

Feb 20 @  2:00pm

 Learn how forward-thinking PeopleSoft customers are using delivered PeopleSoft tools and features coupled with managed services to automate PUM Updates, Tools Patching, Testing and System Administration.  Case Studies will feature organizations that have realized significant time savings and cost reductions by automating PeopleSoft updates, testing and lifecycle management activities.  Your presenters from SpearMC will explain…

Feb 18 @  2:00pm

Two of the most important features for isolating customizations in PeopleSoft are Event Mapping and Drop Zones. Event Mapping lets you inject custom code, while Drop Zones permit you to add fields and other elements to pages—all without impacting delivered code. We will also cover a new feature that lets you plug in custom code…

Customers have been branding their PeopleSoft environments for many years with Classic PeopleSoft. This typically included rich websites. Now that PeopleSoft is moving to Fluid user interface, the concentration is shifting toward Fluid branding capabilities. There are many resources available for Classic branding, but since Fluid is the strategic direction for PeopleSoft, this PeopleSoft Spotlight Series video focused only on branding Fluid applications.

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Tammy Boyles, Project Management Director for Oracle PeopleSoft, led a customer panel about the implementation process, challenges faced, executive buy-in process, change management process, configuration, lessons learned, and future plans for customers that have implemented Fluid Benefits Enrollment and Fluid Benefits Statements.

Nov 14 @  3:30pm

Oracle has been making tremendous investments in the ability to configure and personalize PeopleSoft while allowing you to eliminate customizations. Whether your organization extends this ability to super users, end users or keeps it within the IT department, this webinar will demonstrate how to create drilling URLs in queries, extend those queries to pivot grids,…

Nov 14 @  3:30pm

The University of Minnesota recently upgraded to PeopleTools 8.56. This upgrade included Fluid Navigation with dozens of custom navigation collections. All the navigation collections are represented by tiles on carefully designed functional homepages. Tile security was a major concern. We required tile security to reflect the navigation collection security. Our options were public access to…