Tag: PeopleSoft Tools and Technology

Presented at RECONNECT 22
Session ID: 100470

If you're a technical or functional user that is looking to learn some tips and tricks of Query Manager, this session is for you. If you are confident in your ability to write queries to retrieve transactional information about student/employee/vendor/supplier; and are looking for ways to be more sophisticated in your data retrieval, then this is the session is also for you!

We will begin with some basic tips and tricks for query writing, and then move to some more complicated topics, like creating smart prompts, or using expressions wisely. Finally, we discuss some advanced topics such as query administration, using query manager on 4-tier vs using query builder tool within Application Designer, look at the new classic-plus view of query manager and some tips/tricks.

Topics Covered will include:
1. Understanding Joins
2. Manipulating Data with Expressions
3. Aggregating Data
4. Sub Queries
5. Tips and Tricks
6. New Query Technology & Features
7. Query Tool within Application Designer (Tools 8.57)
8. Query Administration

Presented at RECONNECT 22
Session ID: 100360

Hang on to your hats! You’re in for a quick spin around some of the greatest features PeopleSoft has to offer. If you’re not using them already, you really should be! We’ll take you through a tour of the following technologies and features, what they can do for you, and what’s typically involved in getting them up-and-running: (1) Fluid!, (2) Elasticsearch, (3) Chatbots, (4) Approval Processing, and (5) Related Content.


• Explore powerful PeopleSoft features and tools.

• Understand the benefit of each.

• Learn what is required to implement/deploy them.

Presented at RECONNECT 22
Session ID: 101480

Oracle continues to invest in PeopleSoft PeopleTools technology.  In this session, you will hear about some of the key features delivered in the latest release.  Topics covered are PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface, Oracle’s full suite of cloud-ready lifecycle management tools (including PeopleSoft Cloud Manager), analytics, search, emerging technology and more

Oracle CloudWorld—a global conference bringing together applications and infrastructure customers, partners, and developers—is coming to Las Vegas from October 17-20, 2022. No matter where you are in your journey to the cloud, at CloudWorld you’ll find education, inspiration, and community to support your goals.

We know that Oracle JD Edwards and PeopleSoft customers have unique requirements for their workloads. Whether you’re looking for solutions that enable you to easily scale during times of peak demand such as college registration periods or end of month reporting, to enhance digital experiences for your internal and external users, to improve operational efficiencies or significantly reduce TCO – we’re excited to share strategies with you at CloudWorld across a variety of learning formats.

The results are in. Quest recently surveyed its PeopleSoft community to identify which key projects companies are prioritizing for the next 12-18 months. We were interested to understand who was focused on PeopleTool upgrades, how important Kibana analytics are to customers, who was deploying delivered features for HCM and FSCM, how much focus is on PUM maintenance and other big topics. The responses to these questions and more, will be used to build out Quest’s 2023 programming for the PeopleSoft community.

Presented at BLUEPRINT 4D 2022
Title: Unveiling the Secrets Behind PeopleSoft's Conversational Interface PICASO
Session ID: 107650

Conversational interfaces are becoming more and more commonplace to help your employees manage their daily tasks. PeopleSoft introduced PICASO, the PeopleSoft Intelligent Chat Assistant for Oracle to help you with this. Attend this session to learn how you can deploy a chat interface for PeopleSoft leveraging Oracle Digital Assistant in your environment.

Presented at BLUEPRINT 4D 2022
Title: Pre-Build Cache to Optimize PRD after Maintenance
Session ID: 100650

Automate a pre-built set of App Server Cache to be used after maintenance nights to increase user speeds. Do not wait for Cache to rebuild after maintenance nights, and build a new set of cache based off your most popular page hits.