PeopleSoft PeopleTools SQR Rel 8.53

Course Details
Code:
D80727GC10
Tuition (USD):
$4,500.00 • Classroom (5 days)
GSA (USD):
$3,853.90 • Classroom (5 days)

This five-day PeopleSoft SQR Rel 8.53 training equips you with the knowledge and skills to understand the fundamentals of the Structured Query Report (SQR) language and to use SQR for PeopleSoft for reporting and batch processing.

Learn To:

  • Perform reporting and batch processing.
  • Format reports, use variables and write procedures to develop modular reusable code.
  • Use an array and business chart.
  • Produce multiple reports and create dynamic SQL.
  • Understand the fundamentals of the Structured Query Report (SQR) language.
  • Use interoperability features, National Language Support and HTML.
  • Develop modular reusable code and prompt for user input.

Explore SQL & PeopleSoft Database Structure

This course emphasizes the importance of SQL and the PeopleSoft application database structure, as well as how the two can be used in the SQR programming environment. Learn practical solutions for business rules-related requests for reports.

Skills Gained

  • Using HTML and Miscellaneous Functions
  • Exploring an SQR Program File
  • Creating Multiple Reports
  • Using Interoperability Features
  • Printing in SQR
  • Using SQR Variables and Program Flow Commands
  • Advanced Printing with SQR
  • Using Arrays
  • Using Business Chart Graphics
  • Implementing SQC Files and Local Procedures
  • Working with External Data
  • Using Lookup Tables
  • Working with External Data
  • Prompting for User Input
  • Creating Dynamic SQL

Who Can Benefit

  • Application Developers
  • Developer
  • Reports Developer

Prerequisites

  • PeopleSoft PeopleTools II Rel 8.53 Ed 1
  • An understanding of programming basics
  • PeopleSoft PeopleTools I Rel 8.53 Ed 1
  • Familiarity with SQL

Course Details

Getting Started with SQL and SQR

  • Using Oracle SQL Developer
  • Writing SQL Statements
  • Running SQR Programs from the Process Scheduler
  • Running SQR Programs from the Desktop

Exploring an SQR Program File

  • Viewing a Page as a Grid
  • Describing the Processing Sequence
  • Writing and Editing SQR Programs
  • Reading an SQR Program

Printing in SQR

  • Using Explicit and Implicit Printing
  • Using Formatting Options
  • Applying Edit Masks

Using SQR Variables and Program Flow Commands

  • Identifying SQR Variables
  • Declaring Variables
  • Using Assignment Statements
  • Using Control Statements and Structures

Manipulating String, Date, and Numeric Data

  • Manipulating String Data
  • Manipulating Date Data
  • Working with Numbers

Advanced Printing with SQR

  • Modifying the Page Appearance
  • Using Graphic Commands
  • Including Images
  • Using On-Break Processing

Using Arrays

  • Explaining an Array
  • Using Array Commands
  • Programming Errors with Arrays

Using Business Chart Graphics

  • Explaining the Components of the SQR Chart
  • Inserting Business Charts

Implementing SQC Files and Local Procedures

  • Reading SQC Files
  • Using SQC Procedures
  • Writing Local Procedures

Using Lookup Tables

  • Creating and Loading Lookup Tables
  • Retrieving Data from Lookup Tables

Working with External Data

  • Opening and Closing Files
  • Reading from and Writing to Files
  • Checking Referential Integrity when Working with External Data
  • Using SQL Paragraphs to Update the Database
  • Handling SQL Error Conditions

Adding an SQR Program to the Process Scheduler

  • Describing SQR Process Type Definitions
  • 10 Steps to Adding an SQR Process
  • Identifying Standard Records and Pages
  • Registering a Component
  • Defining a Process
  • Applying Process Security

Prompting for User Input

  • Using the INPUT Command
  • Obtaining User Input with the Process Scheduler

Creating Dynamic SQL

  • Defining Static SQL
  • Constructing Dynamic SQL

Using Printer Commands

  • Specifying default values for Printer
  • Changing Printer characteristics at Run time

Creating Multiple Reports

  • Describing Multiple Reports
  • Declaring Layouts and Reports
  • Specifying Headings and Footings for Specific Reports
  • Setting the Multiple Reports Flag

Using Interoperability Features

  • Calling SQR from another application
  • Invoking an external application API by using the ufunc.c interface

Using HTML and Miscellaneous Functions

  • Generating HTML output from an SQR
  • Using additional SQR built-in functions for handling environment parameters, and other features

Debugging and Tuning SQR Programs

  • Debugging in SQR
  • Using the DISPLAY and SHOW Commands
  • Modifying pssqr.ini
  • Designing for Performance
Course Details
Code:
D80727GC10
Tuition (USD):
$4,500.00 • Classroom (5 days)
GSA (USD):
$3,853.90 • Classroom (5 days)