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  1. 1. Course Title PeopleSoft Technical PeopleTools 1 PeopleTools 2 SQR Programming PeopleCode Application Engine Integration Tools Security Workflow Query PeopleTools 1 is the prerequisite for all other PeopleTools courses. In this course, participants work with Application Designer to construct web-based PeopleSoft applications, from the database tables to the graphical interface. By the end of this course, participants will be able to create a complete PeopleSoft application using fields, record definitions, tables, graphical pages, and components. � Introduction to PeopleTools � Effective Date Logic � Field Definitions � Record Definitions � Building Tables � Page Definitions � Component Definitions
  2. 2. � Menu Definitions � Security Overview � Portal Structure and Content �Working with Projects PeopleTools II course takes your PeopleSoft development skills to the next level, covering advanced topics and techniques for more sophisticated applications and customizations. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of how PeopleSoft applications are constructed and customized for specific requirements. Hands-on activities allow the participants to practice and master what they learn. � A Quick Review of Application Designer � Views � Search Records � Summary Pages � Prompt Table Edits �Subrecords and Subpages � Deferred Processing � Introduction to PeopleCode � Advanced Page Design � Images � Style Sheets PeopleSoft SQR Programming This course teaches how the SQR programming language and SQL are used with your PeopleSoft system. SQR is a flexible and powerful programming tool for manipulating data, including the creation of interfaces and generating custom-formatted reports. Hands-on
  3. 3. activities give participants practice with every concept covered. Participants write SQR programs that incorporate SQL and programmatic logic to manipulate data and generate reports that are essential to any PeopleSoft implementation. � SQR Basics � Important SQL Concepts � Fundamentals of SQR Reporting � Flow Control Commands � Variables � Built-in Functions � Print Commands – Beyond the Basics � SQC Files – Libraries of Code �Writing Procedures – Both Global and Local � The Five Sections of an SQR Program � Techniques for Launching SQRs � Creating Online Interfaces for SQRs � Run Control Records, Pages, and Process Definitions � Process Security � User Input and Report Parameters � Dynamic SQL � Debugging Strategies for SQRs PeopleCode Programming This course provides participants with essential skills in the use of the PeopleCode programming language, which is used throughout your applications. Participants will learn how to write and modify PeopleCode programs to validate data with custom business rules, maintain the referential integrity of the data in the database, execute SQL commands, and
  4. 4. customize the look and feel of PeopleSoft applications dynamically at run-time. This course includes a thorough explanation of object-oriented PeopleCode (objects, properties, and methods), with hands-on activities. We provide a solid grounding in the techniques for “traversing the buffer hierarchy” (Rowsets, Rows, Records, and Fields). �PeopleCode Language and Syntax �PeopleCode Locations �PeopleCode Events �PeopleCode Variables � Derived/Work Records and Fields � Built-in Functions � Writing Your Own Functions � The Component Buffer � Debugging and Tracing � Object-oriented PeopleCode � Application Packages �Traversing the Component Buffer � Push Buttons and Hyperlinks � Data Buffer Methods � Executing SQL in PeopleCode PeopleSoft Application Engine This course provides participants with the knowledge and hands-on practice that is essential to successfully use the Application Engine tool. Application Engine is a programming tool that allows technical developers to create programs that incorporate both SQL and PeopleCode to manipulate and maintain the data in your PeopleSoft system. Application
  5. 5. Engine was developed by PeopleSoft to tie into the definitions that exist in your PeopleTools tables. Through hands-on activities, participants will learn how to write, maintain, and debug Application Engine programs. � Comparing Application Engine to SQR – The Trade-offs �Running an Application Engine Program � How an Application Engine Program is Put Together � Sections, Steps, and Actions �Writing a Simple Application Engine Program � Tracing and Debugging � The “Actions” in an Application Engine Program � Inserting and Updating Data into Tables Using Application Engine � Archiving and Deleting Data � Writing Efficient SQL in Application Engine Programs � Temporary Tables and Application Engine Programs � Techniques for Launching Application Engine Programs � Final Activity PeopleSoft Integration Tools This course covers the various PeopleSoft tools and techniques for interfacing with a PeopleSoft system. Participants will work with File Layout definitions and use PeopleCode in Application Engine programs to import and export data in various formats. This course also includes hands-on practice with Component Interfaces and an overview of PeopleSoft Integration Broker, including the transmission of messages between databases. � Introduction to Integration Tools �PeopleCode Review � Application Engine Review
  6. 6. �Working with Flat Files � File Layout Definitions �PeopleCode and Flat Files � Component Interfaces � Integration Broker Overview � Integration Broker Setup � The Message Monitor PeopleSoft Security This course provides participants with essential knowledge of security within a PeopleSoft database. Participants will learn the different aspects of security as well as best practices for implementing and maintaining security in a PeopleSoft database. This course includes a thorough explanation of functional and technical topics, including single sign-on and data permission security. � Security and its relationship to the PeopleSoft Internet Architecture � Permission Lists � Roles � User Profiles � Query Security �Reporting Security � Data Permission Security for HRSA 8.9 � Data Permission Security for Campus Solutions � Functional Security Administration � Cloning Security Definitions � Mass Creation of User ID’s in HR
  7. 7. � Dynamic Role Assignment Using Query � Password Maintenance � Distributed User Profiles � Deleting Permission Lists, Roles and User Profiles � Technical Security Administration � Developer and Administrator Access � Upgrading Security Definitions � Portal Security � Single Sign-on � Password Controls and Sign-on PeopleCode � Final Activity Workflow The Workflow course provides the essential skills necessary to develop custom workflow for all PeopleSoft applications using standard development tools such as Application Designer and Query. Developers will learn the components of workflow including Roles, Routings, and Navigator Maps, which will allow them to design and enhance existing components to triggerworklist and email routings. Participants will also learn how to set up approval workflow applications using the existing Virtual Router and Virtual Approver functions as well as the Administrative tools used to monitor and debug workflow-enabled applications. � Introduction to Workflow � Workflow Development � Workflow Design � Supporting Definitions � Navigator Maps � Roles and Roleusers
  8. 8. �Worklist Definitions � Events and Routings � Workflow Triggers � Testing Workflow �Implementing a Complete Workflow � Email Routings � Ad Hoc Notifications � Route Controls � Using Virtual Approver � Virtual Approver and Route Controls � Administering Workflow PeopleSoft Query Training This course teaches participants how to create SQL queries using the PeopleSoft Query tool. Students will learn the fundamentals of Query Manager, including how to retrieve information from multiple tables, define criteria, use aggregate functions, and accept data input by users for filtering results. � Introduction to Structured Query Language (SQL) � Introduction to Query Manager � Filtering Output Data � Using Runtime Prompts �Working with Multiple Tables � Using Aggregate Functions � Query Viewer and Scheduler Business Contacts: Name : Mr. Satish Kumar
  9. 9. Email id : Or Phone number : +91 998 941 6000 ( India) 248 906 1615 ( USA)