PeopleSoft PeopleTools I Training Rel 8.55

PeopleSoft PeopleTools I Training Rel 8.55

Introduction:

PeopleSoft PeopleTools I Training Rel 8.55 course with real world hands-on exercises

This PeopleSoft PeopleTools I Training Rel 8.55 introduces the PeopleSoft application development methodology. This 5-day PeopleSoft PeopleTools I Training Rel 8.55 course gives you a general overview of PeopleSoft system architecture, as well as the tool set used to develop new or applications or customize existing PeopleSoft applications.

PeopleSoft PeopleTools I Training Rel 8.55Related Courses:

Duration: 5 days

Prerequisites:

General knowledge of Windows environment
General knowledge of relational database systems

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
Forms Developer
Support Engineer
System Analysts
Technical Administrator

What You Will Learn:

Develop new PeopleSoft classic applications.
Create and deploy a PeopleSoft fluid application.
Customize existing PeopleSoft applications.
Create and modify PeopleSoft definitions.

Skills Gained:

Describe PeopleSoft application design and the technology behind this process
Navigate PeopleSoft applications
Describe the elements of PeopleSoft Pure Internet Architecture
Describe PeopleSoft data organization and validation
Implement the eight steps of application development
Organize definitions into projects
Design and build PeopleSoft applications, including building data structures and creating user interfaces
Build classic and simple fluid PeopleSoft applications and explain the differences between the two approaches
Demonstrate competence in PeopleSoft application development methodology

Course Content:

Technology Overview

Describing PeopleSoft Application Development Methodology
Describing Application Designer
Describing Classic and Fluid Applications
Describing How to Find Information About Application Designer in PeopleSoft Online Help

Navigating PeopleSoft Applications

Navigating PeopleSoft Applications
Navigating with Global Search
Using Search Pages
Identifying Definitions
Entering and Modifying Data

Explaining PeopleSoft Architecture

Describing PeopleSoft Databases
Explaining Data Transfer in PeopleSoft Pure Internet Architecture
Identifying Requirements for the Development Environment

Validating Data

Describing Prompt Tables
Using Effective Dating
Comparing Validation Types
Explaining Tableset Sharing

Using Application Designer to Develop Applications

Describing the PeopleSoft Application Development Process
Describing the Application Designer Interface
Organizing Definitions in a Project
Migrating Definitions between Databases Using Projects

Designing the Application

Determining Functional Specifications
Determining Technical Specifications
Describing the Training Application

Defining Fields

Discussing Fields in PeopleSoft Applications
Identifying Field Definition Types and Properties
Creating Field Definitions
Assigning Translate Values

Creating Record Definitions

Explaining Record Definitions
Accessing Record Definition Displays
Configuring Record Definition Properties
Configuring Record Field Use Properties
Configuring Record Field Edits Properties
Creating Record Definitions

Building SQL Tables

Describing the Relationship Between Record Definitions and Application Data Tables
Building Application Data Tables
Viewing Table Indexes

Creating Page Definitions

Identifying Page Design Principles
Identifying Page and Page Control Properties
Adding Page Controls
Creating Page Definitions
Implementing Scroll Areas and Grids
Finalizing Page Design and Layout

Defining Components

Identifying Component Definition Basics
Defining Component Properties
Building New Components

Registering Components

Explaining Component Registration
Examining Menu Definitions
Identifying PeopleSoft Security Fundamentals
Navigating the Portal Registry
Planning Component Registration
Registering Components

Testing Applications

Creating and Analyzing Test Plans
Testing Applications
Troubleshooting Common Issues

Editing the Portal Registry Structure

Discussing Content Organization in PeopleTools Navigation
Creating Folders
Moving Folders or Content References to New Parent Folders
Deleting Folders

Creating Menu Definitions

Describing the Purpose of a Menu
Locating Component and Menu Information
Editing Menu Item Labels
Creating Menu Definitions

Analyzing the Impact of Design Changes

Determining Relationships Among Definitions
Synchronizing Record Definitions and Database Tables

Building Classic Applications

Recap - Designing Applications
Creating Data Structures
Creating User Interfaces
Testing Applications

Understanding the Fluid User Interface

Describing PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface
Identifying the Characteristics of a Fluid Application
Building Fluid Applications
Describing Sources of Information About PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface in PeopleSoft Online Help

Working with Fluid Homepages

Describing Fluid Homepages
Describing Tiles
Personalizing Fluid Homepages

Creating Fluid Pages

Creating Fluid Page Definitions
Working with the Elements of Fluid Page Design
Understanding Fluid Page Types
Setting Properties for Fluid Pages and Group Boxes
Working with Additional Page Controls

Working with Fluid Components

Describing Fluid Components
Setting Fluid Component Properties
Registering Fluid Components
Setting General Content Reference Attributes for Fluid Components

Testing Fluid Applications

Identifying Supported Browsers and Devices
Describing Available Testing Options in the Industry
Using PeopleTools Form Factor Testing Features

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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