Just a couple more weeks and we will be enjoying the great weather and hospitality of San Francisco. I am anxiously anticipating another great OpenWorld conference. As always, I look forward to meeting with you between sessions or in the demo grounds. I will be presenting "PeopleSoft Developer: Tips and Techniques [CON8596]" on Monday, Oct 26 at 12:15 p.m. in Moscone West—3007.
No, it's not released yet. Well, maybe during the upcoming Oracle Open World 25-29 Oct. ? Who knows.It's not even a RVP (aka release value proposition).It's called a Planned Features and Enhancements, note #1966243.2. I came across this My Oracle Support note whilst I was looking for something else. It is really worth reading.An new Oracle internal DevOps team...
Globalization has made the world really flat and an impact in one corner can put everything off balance. The market experienced volatile economic conditions in the earlier phase of this decade, however with a slow but steady recovery. An extreme makeover is also evident as we approach the second half of this decade. Clearly the [...]
Queuing in the application server is usually an indicator of a performance problem, rather than a problem in its own right. Requests will back up on the inbound queue because the application server cannot process them as fast as they arrive. This is usually seen on the APPQ which is serviced by the PSAPPSRV process, but applies to other server processes too. Common causes include (but are not limited to):
I’m genuinely delighted that Graham Smith has added his profile to our ‘How I Work‘ series. Not just because he’s one of the World’s best known PeopleSoft experts, or just because he’s recently joined Cedar’s family of PeopleSoft consultants, but mainly because I was sure he’d give some really interesting answers.