This is a Step-By-Step series on the PeopleTools Testing Framework. This is probably the easiest part: installing the Test Framework client tool. Please stay tuned for more.
Step 1: Install the .Net Framework
If you don’t have the .Net Framework installed, you will get this message:
I have been working my way through “Oracle PeopleSoft Enterprise Financial Management 9.1 Implementation“, and it has been a great experience for me. For once, I get a beginner’s introduction to the system rather than trial by fire.
I had hoped to be able to get the PeopleTools Testing Framework posts complete before I proceeded to installing the latest update patch for PeopleTools. After constantly reading that you need to update to the latest for PTF, I decided I was being silly, and I broke down and went through the update.
Here’s what I did:
First, I downloaded the update from Oracle Support:
This post is a follow up to this thread that I opened. Unfortunately, at this point, I haven’t figured out what I am doing wrong. If you see something, please comment either here or on the thread at Oracle Forums.
I am trying to install the Global Payroll Rules for 856737 and 857845 (both Non-Rule + Rule).
I have seen several articles on the next version of PeopleTools. So, here are the links. The best date I have seen so far is Quarter 3 of 2011.
While upgrading PeopleTools, one of the steps you have to go through is running this PTIBUpgrade Data Mover script. It took me a bit to figure out what the values are for the script.
This ITToolbox Thread helped a little bit.
There are 3 values that you have to change in this script. These are the values that I used:
Well, I finally decided to do it! I got my own website. So, now comes the challenging part of moving it all to the new site. So, please update your feeds and bookmarks to: http://psst0101.digitaleagle.net/ And, if you have any suggestions on how I can make it better, please comment. I apologize for the inconvenience.
Trace files can give a lot of nice troubleshooting information, sometimes too much. Sometimes, you may have a situation where a problem occurs in one system but not in another. You could run a trace in both systems, but comparing those trace files is difficult. Each line has a timestamp, which will be different in [...]