Sometimes you'll need to known when an environment was last refreshed and may not have the details of this. One way to approximate this using the PeopleTools tables is to look at the process request table.
Specifically you can use a query like this to check the first process that was run:
Occurs when a user attempts to run a process through the process scheduler:
Process Profile defined for user ID %2 is invalid (65,111) The process profile assigned to the user ID is either not valid or blank. Update the User Profile for the user ID in the Maintain Security component with a valid process profile.
PeopleTools > Security > User Profiles Enter user's ID
The ‘Year in Blogging’ reports have come through so I can see what posts and newsletter items garnered the most views.
PeopleSoft Tipster Blog
So, according to the summary, this blog was visited 130,000 times during the year, an average of ~350/day with the busiest day being just over double that at 749 visitors. About 50% of the traffic is from the US, 15% from India, and 5% from the UK and Canada.
Next up in our ‘How I Work‘ series is Dan Iverson. Dan – together with partner-in-crime Kyle – runs the PSAdmin.io blog. If you’re a PeopleSoft administrator and connected to the Internet then there’s no doubt that you’ll have heard of their blog as they’re really prolific and have posted some great content.
Deepika Mamnani topic on ‘Nine Tips to Demystify the Art of Selling Testing Services’ has been selected by TechWell for their blog. To read about it click the link below
About the Author
Deepika Mamnani heads the global presales and solutions arm of Quality Assurance and Testing Services group at Hexaware Technologies. In this role she [...]
The annual UK Oracle User Group Applications conference is a great place to network with other PeopleSoft users, partners and of course members of the Oracle PeopleSoft team.There are sessions covering many PeopleSoft topics including