PeopleSoft Application Engine Training Rel 8.53

PeopleSoft Application Engine Training Rel 8.53

Introduction:

PeopleSoft Application Engine Training Rel 8.53 course with real world hands-on exercises

This PeopleSoft Application Engine Training Rel 8.53 course explains the Application Engine features and activities to implement in Application Designer through SQL,PeopleCode and Program Control actions.

Features include peoplecode with Application Engine, Test and debug, temporary tables,PSDaemon,Application Engine Programs,File Layouts,Application Engine performance.

PeopleSoft Application Engine Training Rel 8.53Related Courses:

Prerequisites:

PeopleSoft PeopleTools II Rel 8.53
PeopleSoft PeopleCode Rel 8.53
PeopleSoft PeopleTools I Rel 8.53

Duration: 4 days

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With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

Audience / Target Group:

Application Developers
Developer
System Administrator
System Analysts
Technical Administrator

What You Will Learn:

Use PeopleCode with Application Engine
Test and Debug
Use temporary tables
Use PSDaemon
Tune Application Engine programs
Use File Layouts
Measure Application Engine performance.

Skills Gained:

Use PeopleCode with Application Engine
Test and Debug
Use temporary tables
Use PSDaemon
Tune Application Engine programs
Use File Layouts
Measure Application Engine performance

Course Content:

Technology Overview

Describing Application Engine Features
Describing Application Engine Benefits
Finding Information About PeopleSoft Application Engine in PeopleBooks

Introducing Application Engine Designer

Describing Student Workstation Resources
Executing an Application Engine Program
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
Creating a State Record
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

Testing and Debugging

Testing Application Engine Programs
Using 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
Building PSU_CRS_INS

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

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

Listing Ways to Execute Application Engine Programs
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 PSDAEMON

Describing PSDAEMON
Describing a Daemon-Only Application Engine Program
Defining Daemon Groups
Monitoring a Daemon Process

Measuring Application Engine Performance

Describing Traces
Passing Trace Values to PSAE.EXE
Interpreting Application Engine Trace Data
Interpreting the PeopleTools Trace
Describing Advanced Trace Options

Tuning Application Engine Programs

Describing the Process of Performance Tuning
Identifying Application Level Tuning Opportunities
Explaining the Performance Impact of PeopleCode
Describing How Do Flow Control Affects Program Performance
Explaining Database-Level Tuning Considerations

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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