PeopleSoft and a slice of cake

“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.” — Albert Einstein



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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