Coming soon!!! PeopleTools II expands on the skills acquired in PeopleTools I. In this five-day course, you'll gain advanced development experience as you create applications that incorporate key features like views, subrecords, subpages, PeopleCode, images, and selected fluid user interface features.
- Create records and pages that maintain parent child relationships.
- Enhance application and page functionality.
- Create and use sub records and sub pages.
- Create and use views.
- Write basic PeopleCode programs.
- Implement fluid user interface features.
Expand your PeopleSoft development and troubleshooting skills so you can work with more complex features, further enhancing the functionality of your PeopleSoft applications to meet your organization’s business needs.
Learn from expert Oracle University Instructors:
Become a well-rounded PeopleTools developer. Oracle University instructors will teach you through hands-on demonstrations and interactive discussions that will solidify your understanding of new concepts and widen your overall skill set.
- Enhance application and page functionality using advanced PeopleTools features, such as images, links, and deferred processing
- Explain the buffer allocation process and its impact on application performance
- Create records and pages that maintain parent child relationships
- Apply PeopleSoft Design Methodology in developing applications
- Create and use views as the basis for summary pages, search records, and prompt tables
- Explain and implement table set sharing
- Troubleshoot common problems in PeopleSoft applications
- Explore additional fluid user interface development topics
- Create and use sub records and sub pages in an application
- Write PeopleCode programs to satisfy business requirements and enhance applications
Who Can Benefit
- Application Developers
- Forms Developer
- Support Engineer
- System Analysts
- Technical Consultant
- Working knowledge of PeopleSoft Data Organization and Validation
- Working knowledge of PeopleSoft Architecture
- Experience with the Eight Steps of Application Development