It may sound old hardware, but still works like a charm and pretty good. I had a chance to get a Dell Remote Access Card (DRAC5). Easy to install, a little bit less to access. Once you configured the IP from the boot, you can access the card from a browser (this is a small webserver).
Oracle’s vision for the future of PeopleSoft. Recent conversation between Marc Weintraub (Senior Director of PeopleSoft Product Strategy) and Jo Randles (Cedar’s Head of HR Optimisation). Jo: What would you say to those individuals that might think that PeopleSoft is considered a bit old-school?Mark: "I turn that around and ask customers... you're looking for a modern solution. ... I consider a modern solution is
Marc Weintraub (Senior Director of Product Strategy for PeopleSoft) appears in this exclusive Cedar Consulting video and discusses the Future of PeopleSoft with Cedar’s star HR Optimisation guru, Jo Randles.
In this step-by-step tutorial, I will show to get the latest PeopleTools up and running on your laptop within minutes so that you can fully utilise your local PeopleSoft installation.
May’s entry in the ‘How I Work’ series is PeopleSoft Blogger Iouri “Yury” Chadour. Yury has been sharing his knowledge on his Working Scripts blog for 7 years, so is a valuable and consistent member of our community. Yury’s site is full of tips, particularly new tools to try and techniques ‘around the edges’ of PeopleSoft. Thanks, and keep up the good work Yury!
For PeopleSoft 9.2 customers that are thinking about Fluid there are many questions to answer. I don't think it's as simple as "should I use Fluid or not".Fluid is the name of a new user interface in PeopleSoft which is designed for self service, casual and executive users. It's important to be aware that this new user interface is experienced at both a component (application) level and at a landing page (first page visible) level. Throw the classic PeopleSoft Portal into the mix and it starts to get interesting.
Before testing several configurations on my new brand FreeNAS server hosted on VMWare ESXi 6.0, I took a snapshot. Then run tests. The FreeNAS is composed by two virtual disks : one for the software is 20Gb, one for the data is 900Gb. After a while, bouncing the FreeNAS guest ended in error, VMWare is complaining about disk space not enough… No way to start it up again.
First off, I put the all server in maintenance mode. Then from the burned image .iso file downloaded from the VMWare site (VMware-VMvisor-Installer-6.0.0-2494585.x86_64.iso), boot from the CD on the server, choose upgrade and… everything goes smoothly ! Unfortunately, I still do not have a remote access card to make screenshot from BIOS boot. Anyway, this is really straightforward. Second, I immediately applied the patch ESXi600-201504001.zip as followed, connected on the ESXi server (ssh) :
It's very important to have your SQL client to take full advantage of your local PeopleSoft installation. In this step-by-step tutorial, I will show you how to get your SQL Developer up and running in minutes.