PeopleSoft Application Engine | PeopleCode – Accel. Training Rel 8.53

PeopleSoft Application Engine | PeopleCode - Accel. Training Rel 8.53


PeopleSoft Application Engine | PeopleCode - Accel. Training Rel 8.53 Course with detailed hands-on exercises

This PeopleSoft Application Engine | PeopleCode - Accel. Training Rel 8.53 helps you develop the skills use Application Engine to execute existing programs, modify existing programs and create new programs. Our Expert instructors will help you explore PeopleSoft Application Engine; you'll develop the skills to program batch solutions to manage the data in a PeopleSoft database.

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Duration: 5 days

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Audience / Target Group:

Application Developers
Database Designers
Reports Developer
Support Engineer
Technical Consultant

What You Will Learn:

Create batch solutions to manage data.
Use Application Engine as a tool for integration.
Use Application Engine to execute and modify existing programs.
Use SQL, PeopleCode and flow controls to solve business-based batch processing requirements.
Use Application Engine to create new programs.
Use File Layouts.
Use essential tools to work with Object-Oriented PeopleCode.
Write, edit and debug PeopleCode programs.
Manipulate data in the component buffer.
Create, use and extend application classes.
Write a program that incorporates the principles you learned in the course and charting

Course Content:

Introducing Application Engine Designer

Describing Student Workstation Resources
Using Application Engine Designer
Describing Application Engine Program Structure
Building Application Engine Programs
Adding Markets and Filters to Application Engine Program Sections
Setting Application Engine Program Properties
Testing Application Engine Programs

Using State Records

Describing the Function of State Records
Executing an Application Engine Program Using the Developer’s Shortcut
Modifying Application Engine Programs to use State Records
Adding Sections and Steps to Existing Application Engine Programs
Using Meta-SQL in Application Engine Programs

Incorporating Conditional Processing

Defining Do Actions
Explaining Conditional Statements in SQL
Explaining Do Action Program Flow
Designing a Program Using Conditional Processing
Using Application Engine Libraries

Testing and Debugging

Testing Application Engine Programs
Using the Process Monitor
Using Application Engine Traces
Using the Application Engine Debugger
Testing With Application Engine Restart

Using the Do Select Action

Describing Do Select
Using Select and Fetch
Using Reselect
Using Restartable
Developing an Application Engine Program Using Do Select

Using PeopleCode with Application Engine

Identifying How to use PeopleCode in Application Engine Programs
Inserting PeopleCode into an Application Engine Program
Enabling Dynamic Calls

Using Set Processing

Describing Set Processing
Modifying a Program to use Set Processing

Using Temporary Tables

Describing Parallel Processing
Implementing Parallel Processing
Using Meta-SQL with Parallel Processing
Describing Run-Time Allocation

Executing Application Engine Programs

Executing an Application Engine Program Using a Push Button
Executing an Application Program with the Process Scheduler
Executing an Application Engine Program with a Command Script

Creating Process Definitions for Application Engine

Identify the Process Types used with Application Engine
Creating Application Engine Process Definitions
Implementing an Application Engine Program with No User Inputs
Implementing an Application Engine Program With User Inputs

Importing Data into the PeopleSoft System Using Flat Files

Describing File Layouts
Creating File Layout Definitions
Importing Data Using File Layouts
Running the Application Engine Program
Adding Field Attributes to a File Layout

Using PeopleCode Development Tools

Describing the PeopleSoft Application Development Steps
Locating PeopleCode Programs
Using the PeopleCode Editor
Using the PeopleCode Debugger
Describing Additional Development Tools

Understanding the Component Processor and PeopleCode Events

Tracing the Component Processor Flow
Describing Search Events
Describing Component Build Events
Describing Field Action Events
Describing Row Action Events
Describing Save Action Events
Describing Add Mode Processing
Describing Deferred Processing

Writing PeopleCode Programs

Writing PeopleCode Statements
Writing Conditional Statements
Writing Looping Statements

Using PeopleCode Variables

Creating User-Defined PeopleCode Variables
Using System Variables
Incorporating Derived/Work Fields into Your Applications
Describing Contextual Prompt Table Edits

Using PeopleCode Built-In Functions

Listing the Types of PeopleCode Built-In Functions
Explaining Message Catalog Functions
Describing the All, None, and PriorValue Functions
Explaining String Functions
Identifying Other Built-In Functions
Identifying Reserved Words

Writing User-Defined Functions

Writing External User-Defined Functions
Declaring User-Defined Functions
Calling User-Defined Functions
Defining Functions Using Parameters
Defining Functions Using a Returns Clause

Explaining the Component Buffer

Reviewing Occurs Levels
Determining Buffer Allocation
Determining the Order of Execution of PeopleCode Programs

Programming With Object-Oriented PeopleCode

Defining Object-Oriented Terms
Instantiating Objects
Referencing Properties by Using Dot Notation
Invoking Methods by Using Dot Notation
Discussing Passing Objects by Reference
Using Methods and Properties of the Component Buffer Classes

Creating and Using Application Classes

Describing Application Classes
Organizing Application Classes Using Application Packages
Using the PeopleCode Editor to Create and Modify Application Classes
Describing the Structure of Application Classes
Using Application Classes
Passing Parameters to Methods

Executing SQL in PeopleCode

Writing SQLExec Statements
Creating SQL Definitions
Using the SQL Class and SQL Objects
Incorporating Meta-SQL in PeopleCode and SQL Definitions
Executing SQL Using Record Objects

Using PeopleCode to Create Charts

Identifying the PeopleCode Charting Classes
Explaining Chart Elements
Creating Charts

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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