PeopleSoft Lifecycle Management | Update Manager Accelerated Training Rel 8.54

PeopleSoft Lifecycle Management | Update Manager Accelerated Training Rel 8.54

Introduction:

PeopleSoft Lifecycle Management | Update Manager Accelerated Training Rel 8.54 Course Description

This PeopleSoft Lifecycle Management | Update Manager Accelerated Training Rel 8.54 course will teach you to manage customizations, apply updates across PeopleTools releases (application 9.2 on PeopleTools 8.53, PUM Source on PeopleTools 8.54) and upgrade a PeopleSoft application. You'll use the necessary tools to accomplish these tasks, including Application Designer's upgrade features, Data Mover, Data Migration Workbench, and Change Assistant.

PeopleSoft Lifecycle Management | Update Manager Accelerated Training Rel 8.54Related Courses:

Duration: 5 days

Prerequisites:

Working knowledge of PeopleSoft Architecture
Understanding of the data structures of PeopleSoft applications

Customize It:

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
Database Administrators
System Administrator
Technical Administrator
Technical Consultant

What You Will Learn:

Perform an upgrade.
Manage customizations.
Customize the PeopleSoft system and migrate the customizations to other databases.
Create Change Packages.
Compare and analyze definitions between databases.
Understand the methodology for applying update maintenance to your PeopleSoft 9.2 and above applications.
Install the Oracle VirtualBox and apply the updates to all your PeopleSoft environments.
Configure the Windows Client running Change Assistant.
Define a new Change Package.
Use PeopleSoft Update Manager PIA application.
Apply Change Package.
Download and apply a PeopleSoft Release Patchset.
Upgrade PeopleTools.
Apply PeopleTools patch.

Skills Gained:

Describe data management tools
Migrate customizations between PeopleSoft databases using projects
Compare and analyze definitions.
Migrate data using Data Mover and Data Migration Workbench
Create and apply change packages in Change Assistant.
Perform an Upgrade
Start the PeopleSoft VirtualBox Appliance
Define a new change package
Use PeopleSoft Update Manager PIA application
Download and import PeopleSoft VirtualBox Images
Download and apply a PeopleSoft Release Patchset
Upgrade PeopleTools
Apply PeopleTools patch

Course Content:

Examining PeopleSoft Databases

Describing PeopleSoft System Components
Describing Structure Versus Content
Tracking Definition Changes
Describing Customizations
Defining Upgrade Terminology
Identifying a Database

Building and Altering Tables

Identifying PeopleTools Tables That Affect the System Catalog
Configuring Data Definition Language (DDL) Parameters
Using Build Process
Altering Tables, Creating Views and Indexes
Running Database Integrity Reports

Identifying PeopleTools Tables

Examining PeopleTools Tables
Securing PeopleTools Tables
Running SYSAUDIT Reports

Using Projects to Migrate Customizations

Describing the Migration Process
Creating Upgrade Projects
Copying Projects to Databases
Validating and Reusing Projects
Adjusting Definitions
Merging Projects
Copying Projects To and From Files

Using the Compare and Report Process

Describing the Compare Process
Running Compare and Report
Setting Upgrade Options

Viewing and Analyzing Compare Reports

Viewing and Analyzing Compare Reports
Entering Overrides in Upgrade Projects
Comparing and Merging Text Definitions and Files
Running PeopleCode Diff/Merge
Comparing and Merging Pages

Moving Data with Data Mover

Listing Data Mover Commands and Syntax
Exporting and Improting Data
Using Additional Set Commands
Encrypting Passwords with Data Mover
Comparing and Merging Pages
Renaming Records and Fields
Running Data Mover in Command Line Mode

Using Data Migration Workbench

Defining Data Migration Project
Implementing Data Set Security
Setting Upgrade Permissions
Using Data Set Designer
Defining Data Migration Project
Copying and Comparing Projects
Using Approval Framework with DMW

Creating a Change Package

Describing Change Packager
Creating a Change Project
Creating File Reference Definitions
Creating a Change Package in Application Designer
Updating a Change Assistant Template
Finalizing and Testing a Change Package

Configuring Change Assistant for Updates

Describing Applying Change Packages
Preparing the Environment
Setting Up the Environment Management Framework
Using the Environment Management Viewer
Setting Change Assistant Options

Applying Change Packages

Applying a Change Package
Correcting Errors in Change Assistant Job
Reviewing Change Assistant Logs
Describing Update Deployment
Reapplying Customizations
Migrating a Change Package

Planning Your PeopleSoft Application Upgrade

Describing PeopleSoft Upgrade Types
Describing Application Upgrade Process
Gathering Upgrade Documentation and Required Files
Identifying Upgrade Planning Tasks
Describing the Software Install
Configuring Change Assistant for Upgrades
Examining Step Properties
Creating an Environment and an Upgrade Job

Preparing the Database

Planning and Preparing for Upgrade
Comparing Customizations
Describing a Database Compare
Identifying Customizations
Preparing the Copy of Production Database
Preparing for the Application Upgrade

Applying PeopleTools Changes and Running Compare Reports

Describing PeopleTools Changes
Explaining the Steps in a PeopleTools Upgrade
Preparing for Application Changes
Running and Reviewing New Release Compare Reports
Reviewing the Non Compare Projects

Applying Application Changes

Customizing the New Release
Running New Release Upgrade Copy
Preparing for Data Conversion Analysis
Modifying Database Structures
Running Data Conversion Programs
Finalizing the Database Structures
Loading Data to Complete the System Setup

Completing Database Changes and Moving to Production

Reapplying Customizations
Setting Up Security
Stamping the Database
Testing the Database
Testing the Move to Production
Developing a Test Plan
Preserving Queries, Trees and Tree Structure
Moving the System into Production

Moving to Production

Downloading PeopleSoft Virtualbox Image
Downloading the PeopleSoft Image
Importing the PeopleSoft Virtualbox Appliance
Starting the Virtualbox Appliance
Using the PeopleSoft Installation

Configuring the Windows Client Running

Describing the Windows Client Setup
Installing the Database Client
Installing PeopleTools Client
Configuring and Starting Environment Management Agent
Installing Change Assistant

Configuring Change Assistant for Updates and Using PeopleSoft Update Manager PIA

Defining Change Assistant Settings
Defining Databases
Uploading Target Database Information
Defining a New Change Package
Defining Custom Change Packages
Using Scope Options
Completing the Change Package Definition
Reviewing Change Packages

Apply Change Package

Packaging Updates
Applying Change Package
Using Change Assistant Interface
Describing Change Assistant Update Chapters
Moving to Production

Downloading and Applying a PeopleSoft Release Patchset

Discovering and Downloading the PRP
Applying the PRP to the PeopleSoft Image
Applying the PRP to the Target Database

Upgrading peopleTools and Applying peopleTools Patches

Installing New PeopleTools Release
Downloading the Change Package for the New PeopleTools Release
Configuring Change Assistant for PeopleTools Upgrade
Applying the PeopleTools Upgrade Change Package
Creating and Applying Object Delta Change Package
Discovering and Downloading PeopleTools Patch
Installing the Patch
Configuring Change Assistant for Applying a PeopleTools Patch and Applying the Patch

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