PeopleSoft PeopleCode Training Rel 8.53

PeopleSoft PeopleCode Training Rel 8.53

Introduction:

PeopleSoft PeopleCode Training Rel 8.53 Course with detailed hands-on exercises

PeopleCode is integrated into every aspect of PeopleSoft applications. This five-day PeopleSoft PeopleCode Training Rel 8.53 course gives you the essential tools to work with object-oriented PeopleCode.

PeopleSoft PeopleCode Training Rel 8.53Related Courses:

Duration: 5 days

Prerequisites:

Programming experience, preferably in an object-oriented language.
Experience developing PeopleSoft applications.
Working knowledge of the PeopleTools development environment.
Comfortable with PeopleSoft parent/child relationships.

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
Developer
System Analysts
Technical Consultant

What You Will Learn:

Use the PeopleCode development tools to write, edit, and debug PeopleCode programs.
Identify when PeopleCode events occur in the component processor flow.
Write PeopleCode programs and choose the events in which to place them.
Use PeopleCode to validate data and control program flow.
Manipulate data in the component buffer.
Program with object-oriented PeopleCode.
Create, use, and extend application classes.
Use SQL in PeopleCode programs.

Skills Gained:

Identify when PeopleCode events occur in the component processor flow.
Write PeopleCode programs and choose the events in which to place them.
Manipulate data in the component buffer.
Use the PeopleCode development tools to write, edit, and debug PeopleCode programs.
Program with object-oriented PeopleCode.
Create, use, and extend application classes.
Use SQL in PeopleCode programs.

Course Content:

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

Using Legacy Techniques to Access Data in the Component Buffer

Using Loops to Process Rows in the Component Buffer
Using the FetchValue and UpdateValue Built-In Functions
Accessing Data Across Multiple Occurs Levels

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

Referencing Data in the Component Buffer

Defining the Component Buffer Classes
Instantiating Objects of the Component Buffer Classes
Explaining Current Context
Traversing the Component Buffer
Using Shorthand Dot Notation
Traversing Multiple Occurs Levels in the Component Buffer

Using Additional Component Buffer Methods

Using the Sort Method
Using the Select Method
Using the Flush Method
Working with Standalone Rowsets
Using Other Component Buffer Methods

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

Extending and Implementing Base Classes

Describing Base Classes and Subclasses
Describing Abstract Methods and Properties
Implementing Interface Classes

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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