Ok, It is time to move the blog again! But, this time you shouldn’t have to change your bookmarks! I am just moving the website to new web host.
The transfer is supposed to be seamless, but I suspect you might see a little downtime over the next week as the domain re-registers and points to the new site. If it’s not working, please give me some time and check back.
I’ll update you on the other side!
As a follow-up to my previous post about using iReport, I wanted to write some code that would run the report. My goal is something that I can launch from PeopleTools.
Below is some Java that will execute the report and build a PDF output. This class takes the XML data file and the report designed by iReport and produces a PDF out of it.
Because Oracle has stopped delivering Crystal Reports with PeopleSoft, I heard a few discussions about whether or not to license it for a new installation. So, it’s an perfect timing to explorer an alternative tool.
Let me introduce JasperReports. It is open-source, Java-based report generation tool. The reports are XML files, but they have a tool called iReport that, in my opinion, is very similar to Crystal Reports.
I had an issue with some indexes that would not create. The database complained that the table had duplicates in it that violated the index. For me, the table was PS_AUC_HDR, but these steps should work for any table. Maybe some of the techniques will be helpful too. Also, if you know a better way to take care of the problem, please comment.
This article is just to remember some links that I found while working on some database issues. Maybe they will help someone else:
Viewing the Large Pool Size (from here):
I have been wanting to blog more about the PTF, and this seemed like a good place to start. Here’s just a first simple test just to show the basics of creating a test.
We’ll start once you have already logged into the PeopleSoft Test Framework client, and the first thing we want to do is create a new test. You can use the Create > Test menu.
I ran across this error message the other day, and my web search didn’t return any results. So, in case anyone else tries the same thing, here’s some info …
Message cannot be changed. Message used in exported WSDL.
Here’s a great link that helped me out today:
PeopleSoft Integration with ASP.NET Using CI based(In-Bound) Web Services
This article is a great article that describes step-by-step how to integrate a Component Interface with ASP.Net through web services.