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Oracle – PeopleSoft DBA (100% job guarantee)

Course Contents

Oracle-PeopleSoft Latest Versions
PeopleTools: 8.50/8.53/8.54
Applications: HRMS 9.1/FSCM 9.1/CRM 9.1/HRMS 9.2
Database: Oracle 10gR2/11gR2/12cR1
Middleware: Oracle WebLogic 10.3/12c
: Oracle Application Server 10.3/12c
People Books: 8.50/8.53/8.54
And also PeopleTools 8.48 , Application HCM 9, BEA TUXEDO 8.1, BEA WEBLOGIC 8.1, People Books 8.48.

 Technology Overview
 Describing the functions of PeopleSoft PeopleTools in PeopleSoft applications
 Describing PeopleTools in an Implementation
 Describing how to find information about PeopleSoft PepleTools in PeopleBooks

 Describing PeopleSoft Architecture
 Describing the development of multi tired processing
 Describing the PeopleSoft Pure Internet Architecture
 Describing how PeopleSoft uses databases
 Contrasting PeopleSoft Servers
 Discussing PeopleSoft Clients
 Designing configuration for an application

 Installing the PeopleSoft Environment
 Preparing for the Installation of the PeopleSoft Environment
 Describing PeopleSoft Installation Tools
 Building a PeopleTools installation
 Setting up the installation and development personal computers (PCs)
 Testing an installation and Planning for future changes

 Installing PeopleSoft Databases
 Describing PeopleSoft databases
 Preparing for database installation
 Summarizing database creation steps
 Determining what databases to install
 Running the database configuration wizard
 Creating databases using Data Mover and other PeopleTools
 Performing post database installation testing

 Installing TUXEDO and JOLT
 Explaining middleware
 Summarizing Tuxedo in the PeopleSoft system
 Installing TUXEDO
 Removing and Upgrading TUXEDO

 Creating and Configuring Application Server domains
 Describing the elements of application server domain
 Explaining domain servers and functions
 Using Specialized domains
 Creating an initial domain Configuration
 Automating domain startup and shutdown
 Testing a domain
 Configuring Search server domain

 Administrating Application Servers
 Troubleshooting common domain boot problems
 Administering the domain and view status
Using PSADMIN to reconfigure a domain
 Setting individual process parameters

 Administering the Web Server
 Describing common web server elements
 Explaining web server installation
 Locating and identifying web server files
 Interpreting various web server configuration files and determining web server behavior

 Installing and Configuring web Components
 Installing the PeopleSoft web components
 Configuring the browser connection
 Locating web server configuration files
 Modifying web server Configuration files to change web server behaviour
 Installing multiple PeopleSoft applications
 Using load balancing and fall-over features in PeopleSoft applications

 Examining the Batch Environment
 Identifying batch components
 Describing batch process flow
 Determining batch server locations

 Setting Up and configuring the Batch Environment
 Creating a Batch server
 Modifying batch server configuration settings
 Starting and stopping the Process scheduler
 Creating a new Process Scheduler server definition

 Configuring Report Distributing and Monitoring the batch Environment
 Launching processes
 Using the Process Monitor
 Describing Report Manager
 Describing automated windows report distribution

 Managing and Troubleshooting an Implementation
 Summarizing PeopleSoft troubleshooting tools
 Examining PeopleSoft server log files
 Listing troubleshooting tools available after installation

 Troubleshooting Application and Batch Servers
 Tracing application server activity
 Tracing Process scheduler server activity

 Using Other PeopleSoft Troubleshooting Tools
 Describing Performance Monitor Architecture
 Activating a self-monitoring Performance Monitor system
 Accessing Performance Monitor information
 Using PeopleSoft Ping (PSPING)

 Tuning Implementation
 Defining tuning layers
 Evaluating application server settings to improve performance
 Creating dedicated messaging servers
 Tuning a batch environment
 Loading balancing with the Master Scheduler

 Installing and Configuring PeopleBooks
 Installing PeopleBooks
 Configuring the web server to access PeopleBooks

Objects In PeopleSoft –Record, Field, Page, Component, Menu, Application Engine
 Migration
 Project Migration and Building the records, Compare Reports
 Data Migration – Data Mover
 How to Setup the Client System for the Developer
1. Install Oracle Client Software
2. Install workstation for the client

 Tracing, Troubleshooting and debugging
 Single user Tracing - &trace = y (In PIA URL)
 Tracing in Application Server and Process Scheduler
 PC –Debugger (application server Domain)
 Application Server Log Files
 Data Mover Troubleshooting
 WebServer -PIA Log files
etc so on

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