PeopleSoft Time Labor Technical Rules Training

PeopleSoft Time Labor Technical Rules Training

Introduction:

PeopleSoft Time Labor Technical Rules Training Course description

This three-day PeopleSoft Time Labor Technical Rules Training course covers the technical aspects of the Time and Labor application. Get a functional overview to understand the functionality before learning the technical aspects.

PeopleSoft Time Labor Technical Rules TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration: 3 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:

Administrator
Developer
Technical Administrator
Technical Consultant

What You Will Learn:

Create rules using the delivered templates.
Modify rule templates.
Use on-line rule creation tools.
Write user-exits.
Create several rule programs comprising of different types of rules.
Process the rules through Time Administration.

Skills Gained:

Set up security for Time and Labor
Create calendars
Define schedules
Identify referential integrity triggers
Define validation criteria
Run time administration processes
Create rules
Set up Time and Labor
Modify rules
Migrate rules

Course Content:

Setting Up PeopleSoft Time and Labor

Listing Prerequisites for Setting Up Time and Labor
Establishing Time and Labor Setup Tables
Creating, Building, and Viewing Calendars
Setting Up Workgroups and Taskgroups
Setting Up Time and Labor Security
Setting Up Schedules

Using Referential Integrity and Validation

Describing the Role of Referential Integrity
Listing the Referential Integrity Triggers
Listing the Situations in Which Time Validation Is Run
Defining Validation Criteria

Understanding Time Administration

Outlining the Time Administration Batch Process
Describing the Application Engine Components of Time Administration
Running Time Administration and Viewing the Results

Using Rules and Rule Templates

Describing the Four Methods for Creating Rules
Identifying the Delivered Rule Templates
Creating Rules Using Delivered Rule Templates
Prioritizing Rules and Creating Rule Programs
Creating Override Rules

Modifying an Existing Rule

Defining Rule Objects
Describing Working Tables
Creating a Template-Built Rule
Describing the Steps to Modify an Existing Rule
Copying, Modifying, and Creating SQL Objects
Creating, Compiling, and Saving Rules
Adding Rules to Rule Programs
Attaching Rule Programs to Workgroups

Creating Rules Using Online Tools

Describing the Basic Elements that Comprise a Rule
Creating and Combining Actions and Conditions to Develop Rules
Using SQL Objects to Create a Rule
Creating Relationship Definitions

Using Application Engine and User Exits

Identifying the Features of AE
Analyzing an AE Program
Creating New AE Program Objects
Viewing and Adjusting AE Program Properties
Developing User Exit Rules Directly in the Rules Application Library

Using Time Reporting Codes

Defining Time Reporting Codes
Establishing TRCs

Troubleshooting

Configuring Time Administration Options
Viewing the Application Engine Message Log
Setting Up and Viewing an Application Engine Trace File
Running Delivered Time and Labor Public Queries
Managing Temporary Tables
Identifying Tips to Troubleshoot Common Problems

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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