PeopleTools Portal and PeopleSoft Interaction Hub Admin Advanced Training Accelerated

PeopleTools Portal and PeopleSoft Interaction Hub Admin Advanced Training Accelerated

Introduction:

PeopleTools Portal and PeopleSoft Interaction Hub Admin Advanced Training Accelerated course hands-on

PeopleTools portal technologies and PeopleSoft Interaction Hub together provide a rich framework of features and tools.

PeopleTools Portal and PeopleSoft Interaction Hub Admin Advanced Training AcceleratedRelated Courses:

Duration: 5 days

Prerequisites:

Any version of PeopleTools I.
Working knowledge of the PeopleTools development environment.
Exposure to web technologies such as JavaScript, CSS, HTML, and HTML 5 technologies.

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
Business Analysts
Portal Developer
Security Administrators
Web Administrator

What You Will Learn:

Use the PeopleTools portal technologies you need to design and implement a contemporary PeopleSoft user experience.
Set up and manage PeopleSoft portals and PeopleTools portal features such as pagelets, navigation collections, homepages, dashboards, WorkCenters, and related content.
Manage the features of PeopleSoft Interaction Hub that allow you to unify your PeopleSoft applications, features such as unified navigation, global search, and branding.
Manage the collaboration features of PeopleSoft Interaction Hub such as collaborative workspaces, discussion forums, calendars, action items, and others.
Set up sites and administer the content management system.
Manage additional features including WSRP content, interwindow communication (IWC), and activity guides

Skills Gained:

Create and manage PeopleTools features that determine the organization and layout of content access points including homepages, dashboards, and WorkCenters.
Configure additional PeopleTools features that organize, highlight relationships between content including related content.
Configure unified navigation to federate multiple PeopleSoft application systems into a single cluster.
Administer branding.
Create and manage collaborative workspaces.
Administer search, including importing remote search groups.
Use the site manager to create and administer sites.
Create and manage PeopleTools features that organize and aggregate content including pagelets, navigation pages, and navigation collections.
Use the content management system to create managed content, crawled content, and news publications.
Create and administer the following standalone collaboration features: action item lists, blogs, calendars, and discussion forums.
Administer PeopleTools portal definitions, which include templates, style sheets, and navigation settings along with the portal registry of available content.
Produce and consume WSRP-compliant portlets
Configure interwindow communication
Transform pagelet appearance with XSL templates
Implement activity guides

Course Content:

Technology Overview

Describing Portals
Describing the PeopleSoft Portal Architecture
Describing PeopleTools Portal Technology
Describing PeopleSoft Interaction Hub
Describing the Tools that Are Available to Create a Contemporary User Experience
Describing Optional PeopleSoft Portal Products
Finding Information About PeopleSoft Products in PeopleSoft Online Help

Administering Portals

Maintaining Portal Definitions
Describing and Maintaining the Portal Registry
Maintaining Folders
Maintaining Content References
Adding Component-based Content References
Describing Non-PeopleSoft URL Content References
Describing iScripts and PeopleSoft Script-Based Content References
Describing the PeopleSoft Security Model

Administering Portal Homepages

Describing Portal Homepages
Personalizing Portal Homepages
Managing Homepage Tabs
Using the Guest Homepage as an Alternative Sign-In Page

Creating and Managing Pagelets

Describing Pagelets
Using Pagelet Wizard to Create Pagelets
Using PeopleSoft Application Designer to Create Pagelets
Managing Pagelets

Administering Navigation Pages and Navigation Collections

Describing Navigation Pages
Describing Navigation Collections
Creating and Maintaining Navigation Collections
Using Custom Images in Navigation Collections
Publishing Navigation Collections

Administering Dashboard Pages

Describing Dashboard Pages
Creating and Configuring Dashboard Pages

Managing WorkCenter Pages

Describing WorkCenter Pages
Describing the Development Process for WorkCenter Pages
Creating and Registering a WorkCenter Starting Page
Creating and Publishing Pagelets for the WorkCenter
Managing WorkCenter Page Configurations
Creating WorkCenter Dashboards
Defining WorkCenter Templates

Integrating Related Content into Applications

Describing Related Content
Defining Related Content Services
Assigning Related Content Services to Content References
Configuring Related Content Services
Configuring the Service Layout
Managing Related Content Services
Adding Related Actions to Pivot Grids

Introducing PeopleSoft Interaction Hub

Describing PeopleSoft Interaction Hub
Describing Restricted Use License Features
Describing Delivered Related Content Services
Describing Full License Features

Administering Unified Navigation

Describing Unified Navigation
Configuring the Integration
Setting Up and Testing Single Signon
Completing Unified Navigation
Describing User Data Synchronization Across PeopleSoft Systems
Comparing Unified Navigation to Other Integration Methodologies

Managing Branding

Explaining the Use of Style Sheets and Templates
Working with Style Sheets and Style Classes
Overriding Delivered Style Classes
Describing PeopleSoft Interaction Hub's Branding Feature
Describing Branding Entities
Creating Branding Themes

Managing Sites

Describing Site Management
Creating Sites
Administering Sites
Publishing on Sites
Moving Sites Between Databases

Using the Content Management System

Describing the Content Management System
Managing Folders and Content
Administering the Content Crawling Process
Managing News Publications
Creating Custom XSL to Transform a News Publication Pagelet

Managing Collaborative Workspaces

Describing Collaborative Workspaces
Creating and Managing a Workspace

Managing Standalone Collaboration Features

Describing Standalone Collaboration Features
Creating and Managing Standalone Collaboration Features

Administering the Search Infrastructure

Describing PeopleSoft Search Technology
Deploying Search Definitions and Categories, and Building Search Indexes
Performing Other Search Administration Tasks
Importing Remote Search Groups
Setting Up Unified Menu Search

Producing and Consuming WSRP Content

Reviewing Pagelets and Portlets
Producing and Consuming WSRP-Compliant Portlets

Implementing Interwindow Communication (IWC)

Describing Interwindow Communication
Configuring Interwindow Communication

Transforming Pagelet Appearance with XSL Templates

Describing XSL Templates
Transforming Pagelets with XSL Templates

Implementing Activity Guides

Describing Activity Guides
Describing the Development Process for Activity Guides
Creating and Maintaining Activity Guide Templates
Creating and Maintaining Action Items
Deploying Activity Guides
Creating and Managing Activity Guide Instances

Unified Navigation Supplemental Topics

Modifying the Local PeopleTools Folder
Testing and Updating Content Reference Definitions Defined with LOCAL_NODE
Developing and Maintaining Activity Guide Templates

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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