PeopleSoft, Pilates and a slice of cake

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PeopleSoft Searching

Once upon a time you if you lost a page in the PeopleSoft system you could not find out where it was then the portal was introduced and with it the ability to search. The search engines that was used... Continue Reading →


Found this interesting new tutorial today. Installing PeopleSoft Cloud Manager Not run through it yet - if you do let me know what it's like...

Start Personalizing Your Site

-Day Seven of Learning the Fundamentals Again it's all about the theme - but this time changing the header - So I've gone from: To what should be the header - but as I know it will probably change here's... Continue Reading →

What’s your Base built on?

Inspired by the Daily Prompt Every day when I log into WordPress they have a daily prompt - it's just a word to inspire you.  Yesterday I went to the Cedar Consulting Selective Adoption day up in London. It was... Continue Reading →

Identify your audience

- Day Four of Blogging Fundamentals A slightly different way of writing a post today - I received my email for day four and did not know how to start so clicked on the link in the email which takes... Continue Reading →

So Day Two is Take Control of Your Title and Tagline. First of all I had to work out what the Tagline was! Uuummmmmmmm tagline - short bits of text that describe your blog - ususally something witty - this... Continue Reading →

Variable Prompt Tables

Often your business rules require that a particular field prompt against different records depending on factors that are determined at runtime. These factors might include: Which component the field is on Who the user is (OPRID) The value of another... Continue Reading →

A History of PeopleSoft in Pictures

The idea for this post originally came after reading John Eckersley's a History of PeopleSoft post. I can no longer find it on the web but Larry Grey wrote about PeopleSoft being browser based here. So after reading John's post which... Continue Reading →

PeopleSoft History

The following was written by John Eckersley and was the inspiration to my PeopleSoft in Pictures post. PeopleSoft was the name of a United States Software house. Founded around 1987, it used then new client-server technology to offer a replacement... Continue Reading →

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