When the following error occurs, it is possible to reset the oraesb schema in the database. The reset.sh is not recommended on a production system. First we had this problem on some development machines, we did a reset of the oraesb schema, this solved our issue.
But when we had this problem on production we first tried this:
Metalink note: 863024.1. The note describes another problem but it also helped us with the delete failed error.
[deployESBProjects] Deployment Attempt Response :
I have recently come across situations on two different PeopleSoft sites where ad-hoc queries continue to run on the Oracle database server long after the Application Server process, which is the Oracle session client, has terminated. Often, queries perform poorly because they are poorly coded, but that is another story.
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In the current economic environment, manufacturing customers are focused on cost cutting and are increasingly [...]Jul 13, 2009 11:48am
In the past few weeks I’ve been approached by a good number of people asking me for more information on FAH. Especially the “How do I set it up?” question seems to come back often.
I know we are all supposed to love these little slippery shiny plastic boxes specifically engineered to drop out of you hand, with batteries and memory that can't be upgraded giving you yet another reason to pay Apple more money.
Pre order copies of my new book PeopleSoft PeopleTools Tips & Techniques. The publication date is set for July, 2010, about one year from now.Updated Oct 29, 2009: Unfortunately, you cannot pre order yet. McGraw Hill removed the placeholder page from their site. McGraw Hill will repost and begin taking pre orders as we get closer to the release date. I will post an update at that time.
I just noticed the other day that Oracle has a planned PeopleTools 8.50 release date. According to Doc ID 813258.1, the date is 9/18/2009!
In addition, here are a few more links I found of people who are talking about it:
Peopletools 8.50: The Wow-effect — This is what has me excited about it
A PeopleSoft Administrator’s perspective [...]
When working in a mixed environment, you are bound to run into those ^M characters at the end of your lines at some point. Here is a great link describing how to fix it. They talk about vi, but gVim works the same way.
Oracle Applications – Business & Technology: Removing ”^M” from SQL*Loader datafile
I had a question the other day about getting going with PeopleSoft Performance Monitor so I thought I'd post a quick roundup/summary of the various material out there.
For those that don't know, Performance Monitor is included with PeopleTools since PeopleTools 8.44. There's a little bit to learn on setting it up / understanding it, but it's a great tool and well worth learning.