It is nearly 10 years since I first wrote about how to call Unix shell scripts from the Process Scheduler. Although very little has changed, I have had a number of questions recently, so I thought it was time I checked the script and updated the posting. I have used PeopleTools 8.54 in the preparation of this note.
We are in the final countdown for Alliance 2017. I am really excited about this conference. It is such a great opportunity to meet up with old friends as well as make new ones. The Alliance session content and delivery is extremely high caliber. HEUG is a very engaged community. The MGM is a pretty amazing facility as well.
This is the second of a two-part article that discusses how to identify and remove redundant indexes from a PeopleSoft system. This article describes a script on my website (psredundantfix.sql) that uses a similar query to that described in the previous article to identify redundant indexes from the metadata in the PeopleTools tables. It uses an anonymous block of PL/SQL so nothing is installed in the database. For each redundant index identified it:
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