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Oracle PeopleSoft Enterprise applications resources, news, and support articles.

Oracle ACE Director Briefings 2014 - Day 2

Day 2 of the Oracle ACE briefings was torrent of information on new developments ...

  •  MySQL database (Toms Ulin, VP of MySQL Engineering), 
  • Oracle Database Cloud Service (Gene Eun - Senior Principal Product Marketing Director),
  • Oracle BI Platform (Vasu Murthy - Senior Director Product Management), 
  • Oracle Database (Penny Avril  - VP Product Management)

BNB is participating in Oracle OpenWorld 2014

BNB is taking part in Oracle Open World 2014, the most important event for the Oracle customers, partners and employees ecosystem at a global scale. The event is starting today at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, September 28th and will close on October 2nd.

Script PIA and psadmin

Depending of how you are coding your script to start/stop your webserver, it might not work. Small example: [root@vv-cephei-b ~]# cat su - hcm92 <psadmin -w start -d peoplesoft exit EOF [root@vv-cephei-b ~]# sh ./ Last login: Fri Sep 26 10:33:57 CEST 2014 Starting the domain [peoplesoft]. General Exception: null

Oracle Linux 7 : ps command as root produces a WARNING

When running a “ps” command as root user on Oracle Linux 7 (and CentOS 7), you may see the following : root       694     1  0 09:01 ?        00:00:00 /usr/bin/abrt-watch-log -F Backtrace /var/log/Xorg.0.log -- /usr/bin/abrt-dump-xorg -xD

Restart CREATE_TEMP_TABLE won’t work

Whilst I was running the database setup of a brand new FSCM 92 Peopletools 8.54 database, the server has all of sudden crashed down. Once restarted, checking the logs files produced by the DMS script, I was able to determine the step it was doing when it stopped. It was the very last step, CREATE_TEMP_TABLE. Here’s the beginning of that log :

PeopleSoft and Web Browsers – The Guide

browsersThe topic of PeopleSoft/PeopleTools versions and web browsers is often a complicated one, yet it’s an issue that every client will face when they either upgrade PeopleTools or move to a new Application version that contains a Tools increase.

Windows Power Shell does not know psae

I’ve never notice it before, probably already known by most of you guys. But whilst I was building a Peoplesoft database from within Windows 2012R2, I ran psae (PSADMIN AppEngine) from a Windows Power Shell command prompt. And here what I got: PS E:\pt854\bin\client\winx86> psae psae : The term 'psae' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is correct and try again.

We’ve detected that your operating system is not supported by this website

For many, many years, the Peoplesoft users know this (infamous) message on the login page when using, well, a non-supported OS by Peoplesoft. I remember Duncan found a workaround to hide this message, find out more here. Already 4 years ago… Maybe I’m out of date by using my old – but very well running – laptop on Windows XP Pro SP3, here it is within the image HCM92004 (Peopletools 8.53.xx) :

VMWare ESXi vSphere 5.5 update 2 and guest OS

As of the 1st of August 2014, VMWare ESXi 5.5 supports Oracle Linux 7. 1.5 months after RHEL 7 and 2-3 weeks after CentOS 7. And good news, from the 5.5 update 2 released last week, we can set it for new guests from the Client:

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