I ran across this announcement on Oracle’s blogs about the new PeopleTools 8.54 OVM Template. The problem is that I don’t have Oracle VM and don’t really want to delve into messing with it at the moment. Virtualbox works better for my playing around. It turns out that it wasn’t too hard to get this running in Virtualbox.
So, here are my notes…
Due to a low number of customers using Sybase and Informix, Peoplesoft team recently decided to stop supporting their products on these databases, please see MOS note Oracle Modifies Supported Platforms for PeopleSoft (Doc ID 1915316.1) According to the note, the Peoplesoft application 9.1 will be the terminal release for these databases. However, you’ll still be able to go for Peopletools 8.54, it will be the last supported.
On Linux, once you installed JDK provided on edelivery for Peopletools 8.54 (jdk-7u55-linux-x64.rpm), you make a go for Weblogic. Here you go: java -jar wls_121200.jar On Oracle Linux 7, it ends quickly by the following error : OpenJDK JVM not supported on this platform.
The Rowset class includes a Sort method which can be used to sort items in the Rowset by one or more fields in ascending or descending order. Very much like what the order by clause does for you in SQL. PeopleBooks gives an example of how to sort by a single field. To sort by multiple fields, add each record.field and order to the parameter list. For example:
The following is a rudimentary example of how you can remove HTML tags via PeopleCode using Regex (and the JavaObject):
There's actually quite a bit of information on the internet about the complexity in managing the technology licenses you purchase (and don't purchase) from Oracle. This has been a problem for many versions, and is still a problem in the current version.
We’d really appreciate your help. But first, a bit of background:
The Partner of the Year awards is an annual awards ceremony held by the UK Oracle User Group. It allows customers to show appreciation for partners that have provided a service to them over the previous 12 months. As you would imagine, being voted a winner (for the categories that you operate in) is a wonderful accolade as it’s the end-users that have spoken.