PeopleSoft Query | XMLP Power Combo Training Rel 8.50

PeopleSoft Query | XMLP Power Combo Training Rel 8.50

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PeopleSoft Query | XMLP Power Combo Training Rel 8.50 Course Description

The first part of this PeopleSoft Query | XMLP Power Combo Training Rel 8.50 course covers basic and advanced functions of PeopleSoft Query. You learn how to design reports that use criteria to filter data or that use predefined online calculations, to create reports with runtime prompts that build flexibility and reusability into your reports and decrease your report design time, and to schedule queries to run while you are away so that your reports always run on time. With PeopleSoft Query | XMLP Power Combo Training Rel 8.50, you will also know how to create complex online reports, use advanced techniques to view the exact data that you need, use expressions to perform configurable online calculations, and combine data from unrelated tables or multiple queries to return one set of data. The second part of this PeopleSoft Query | XMLP Power Combo Training Rel 8.50 course teaches you how to create custom XML Publisher reports in PeopleSoft Enterprise applications. You actively create templates, create report definitions including bursting and translations, run and view reports.

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Duration: 4 days

Prerequisites:

Basic knowledge of PeopleSoft navigation, PeopleSoft concepts, and PeopleSoft Architecture
Basic knowledge of relational databases, effective-date, translated values, trees, key fields, and prompt tables.

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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:

Administrator
Business Analysts
Developer
End Users
Project Manager
Reports Developer
Sales Consultants
System Analysts

Skills Gained:

Describing query reporting
Creating queries with expressions
Filtering output with runtime prompts and criteria
Implementing any-joins and outer-joins
Using Connected Query
Using Query Manager, Query Viewer, and Schedule Query
Using drilling URLs in PS Query
Using sub-queries
Using summary calculations
Working with multiple tables and unions
Setting up XML Publisher
Creating and registering data sources
Running and Viewing Query-Based XML Publisher reports
Implementing sub-templates and template translations
Using RTF techniques
Running reports from PeopleCode

Course Content:

Using Query Manager

Searching for Existing Queries
Editing Existing Queries

Creating a Simple Query

Selecting Query Output and Editing Query Properties
Editing Field Properties
Removing Duplicate Data
Publishing and Using Query Feed

Filtering Output with Criteria

Adding Criteria to Queries
Refining Criteria
Using Multiple Criteria Statements
Using the Effective Date Field as Criteria

Filtering Output with Runtime Prompts

Describing Runtime Prompts
Creating Runtime Prompts
Creating Multiple Runtime Prompts

Working with Multiple Tables

Describing the Purpose of Joins
Using Record-Hierarchy and Related-Record Joins

Using Summary Calculations

Describing Aggregate Functions and Having Criteria
Using Predefined Aggregate Functions
Using Having Criteria

Performing Administrative Tasks

Running a Query from Query Viewer
Scheduling a Query
Modifying Query Performance and Use

Creating Expressions

Defining Query Expression
Creating Simple Expressions
Using Expressions in Criteria
Using Links in Expressions
Using Prompts in Expressions
Using Aggregates in Expressions
Using Literals in Expressions

Drilling URLs in PeopleSoft Query

Describing Drilling URLs in PeopleSoft Query
Viewing and Editing Expression Properties
Running Queries that Have Drilling URLs Defined
Scheduling Queries that Have Drilling URLs Defined

Implementing Any Joins

Explaining Any Joins
Creating Any Joins

Using Sub-queries

Explaining Sub-queries
Creating a Single-Value Sub-query
Creating an In-List or Not-In-List Sub-query
Creating a Exits or Does-Not-Exist Sub-query

Working with Unions

Describing Unions
Using Literals as Placeholder Fields
Creating Unions
Viewing Union SQL

Performing an Outer Join

Describing Outer Joins
Creating Standard Outer Joins

Using Connected Query

Describing Connected Query
Using Connected Query Quick Start
Using Connected Query Manager
Using Connected Query Viewer
Using Connected Query Scheduler

Setting Up XML Publisher

Defining System Properties and Fonts
Setting Up XML Publisher Permissions
Setting Up Report Manager
Defining Report Categories
Downloading Design Plug-ins

Creating and Registering Data Sources

Describing Data Sources
Creating Query-Based Data Sources
Creating XML File Data Source
Registering XML File Data Sources

Creating Templates

Describing Template Types
Creating RTF Templates
Using Table Wizard

Defining XML Publisher Reports

Creating a Report Definitions
Associating Templates
Defining Report Output
Setting Report Properties
Setting Report Viewing Security
Creating a Report Definition Based on PDF Template
Bursting Reports

Running and Viewing Query-Based XML Publisher Reports

Running Reports in Query Report Viewer
Scheduling PS Query Reports
Locating and Viewing XML Publisher Reports
Using Reporting Console

Implementing Sub-Templates and Template Translations

Creating Reusable Sub-Template Definitions
Using Content Library
Maintaining Template Translations

Using Additional RTF Techniques

Using Connected Query Data Source
Using Time Zones
Using Drilling URL Query

Running Reports Using PeopleCode

Running Reports Using PeopleCode
Running Reports from Application Engine
Creating Application Engine to Create File and Run Report

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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