Just recently I've been working on a project which required me to dynamically create and manipulate PeopleSoft Query Definitions in PeopleCode.I've always known the Query API Class existed but i've never really used it. PeopleBooks, of course, is always my first place to look for documentation on how to use anything so went looking for Query Class methods, collections and properties and also to look for worked examples.
Every year I find myself saying the same.... "The PeopleTools team keep on delivering". Oracle is certainly not in maintenance mode with PeopleSoft. There's a huge amount of investment going into making PeopleSoft better and better each year. If you're running PeopleSoft then it's a safe place to be. In fact beyond being safe it's an exciting place to be. The challenge, as always, will be to find the time and money to take advantage of all these new developments so that our organisations reap the benefit.Today there were some great session for PeopleSoft customers.
Another packed day of great PeopleSoft news, tips and networking. Just a few of my favourites from today1. PeopleSoft Cloud Deployment Architecture. So, the PeopleSoft strategy guys have said that Oracle are not going to selling PeopleSoft SaaS. However, the whole installation and deployment paradigm is changing with PeopleTools 8.55 and this will make it much easier to deploy to Oracle Public Cloud or any other public or private cloud or virtualisation platform.
Today in the PeopleSoft stream of this massive Oracle OpenWorld conference the key messages have been1. FLUID: All applications being built going forward will be built using Fluid technology. It is the primary UI. It's not just a mobile technology. It is the PeopleSoft UI now.
What a great privilege it is to be part of the annual Oracle OpenWorld conference and to meet Oracle staff and customers here in sunny San Francisco.Larry Ellison's Opening Keynote can be found here.Let me try and sum up my day.Firstly, the theme of this years conference ? Cloud .
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It would be an understatement to say HR Technology is in a state of transformation. It is here and it is a reality. However, what is important is not the technology per se. It is the consumerization of HR that is to be embraced and taken advantage of.
What is Consumerization?