PeopleSoft Time Labor Technical Rules (Training On Demand)

Course Details
Code:
D86192GC10
Tuition (USD):
$2,445.00 $2,322.75 • Self Paced
GSA (USD):
$2,093.95 • Self Paced (3 days)

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

Learn To:

  • 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.

Benefits to You

Enrolling in this course will help you better understand the features and functionality supported by Time and Labor for implementation purposes. Reduce consulting costs by learning to create, modify and migrate rules for your organization. Take away troubleshooting tips and resource information at the end of the course. The flexibility of the rules engine addresses the requirements of virtually all rules.

  • Course materials are appropriate for any customer using Release 9.x PeopleSoft Applications.
  • If a customer has already taken the Release 9.1 course, retake is not necessary.

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

Who Can Benefit

  • Administrator
  • Developer
  • Technical Administrator
  • Technical Consultant

Course Details

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
Course Details
Code:
D86192GC10
Tuition (USD):
$2,445.00 $2,322.75 • Self Paced
GSA (USD):
$2,093.95 • Self Paced (3 days)