PeopleSoft Red Paper Series Delegation Framework for HCM v. 9.0 By: Robbin Velayedam & Renli Wang HCM Shared Components Team February 2007INCLUDING: • Understanding the Delegation Framework for HCM v. 9.0 • Registering self service transactions in the Delegation Framework • Implementing and maintaining the Delegation Framework
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