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:
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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 [...]
This is a continuation of the following posts: Part 1: Creating the Component Interface Part 2: Security Part 3: PeopleCode The plan this time is to try to see how well we can handle errors. I have been having trouble with some of my production programs crashing when I have taken all the necessary steps [...]
I did some looking into using VB.Net with PeopleSoft. If you are using VB6, you can look at the Excel to CI macros and find out how to post to an iScript, but VB.Net is different. Here are some links that might help: Snippet: HTTP Post, POST XML FILE OVER HTTP POST (VB.NET) HttpWebResponse.StatusCode Property [...]
This is a continuation of the following posts: Part 1: Creating the Component Interface Part 2: Security Now, we need to write some code to use the Component Interface. Let’s use the Application Engine program from this step by step post. Adding a Log Step to the Program Before we dive into the PeopleCode, we [...]
This is part two of the explorations in component interfaces. Before we can do anything with the Component Interface that we created in part one, we have to make sure that we have security to it. Maybe at some point we can explore what happens when we don’t have security, but for now let’s fix [...]
I was surprised to find today that many of the PeopleTools items on the menu were missing. Then, someone pointed me to article 1183084.1 on Oracle Support. The problem is that many of the content references have a Expiration Date or Valid To date of 12/31/2010. If you have some patience, you can go though Portal [...]
This is part one of a multi-part series exploring some quirks in using Component Interfaces with Application Engine programs. If nothing else, hopefully, these will give new developers some insight into how to use a Component Interface. My goal is to expose a bug in the Application Engine tool that maybe Oracle will see and [...]
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