PeopleSoft PeopleTools Tips & Techniques / Edition 1

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Overview

Advanced PeopleSoft PeopleTools Development Strategies

Maximize the efficiency and productivity of your PeopleSoft applications from Oracle using the proven methods and best practices in this Oracle Press guide. PeopleSoft PeopleTools Tips & Techniques lays out the benefits of each tactic along with implementation considerations, programming instructions, and reusable code samples. Construct powerful iScripts, build custom UIs, work with Java and Ajax, and integrate the latest Web 2.0 features. Test-driven development, application security, performance tuning, and debugging are also covered in this authoritative resource.

  • Develop modular logic using PeopleSoft application classes
  • Incorporate file attachment and approval workflow capabilities
  • Add Web elements with PeopleCode iScripts and bookmarkets
  • Enhance functionality using HTML, JavaScript, CSS, and Ajax
  • Extend PeopleSoft Integration Broker through custom connctors
  • Effectively merge Java with PeopleCode to create elegant solutions
  • Use runtime loggers and tracers to test and tune applications
  • Extend the PeopleSoft Web server with JSP, servlets, and filters
  • Create Web-based mobile applications using Oracle JDeveloper
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071664936
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/22/2010
  • Series: Oracle Press Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 640
  • Sales rank: 456,657
  • Product dimensions: 9.20 (w) x 7.48 (h) x 1.28 (d)

Meet the Author

Jim J. Marion, a PeopleSoft Certified Developer, is a Senior Applications Technology Consultant at Oracle. He runs a popular blog for the PeopleSoft community at http://jjmpsj.blogspot.com. Jim is also an international presenter on PeopleTools development topics at conferences such as Oracle OpenWorld; UKOUG; HEUG's Alliance; and Quest's, IOUG's, and OAUG's Collaborate. He is Certified Public Accountant and Certified Information Technology Professional.

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Table of Contents

Part I: Core PeopleTools Concepts; Chapter 1. Application Classes; Chapter 2. The File Attachment API; Chapter 3. Approval Workflow Engine; Chapter 4. Pagelet Wizard; Part II: Extend the User Interface; Chapter 5. Understanding and Creating iScripts; Chapter 6. JavaScript for the PeopleSoft Developer; Chapter 7. AJAX and PeopleSoft; Chapter 8. Creating Custom Tools; Part III: Java; Chapter 9. Extending PeopleCode with Java; Chapter 10. A Logging Framework for PeopleCode; Chapter 11. Writing Your Own Java; Chapter 12. Creating Real-time Integrations; Chapter 13. Java on the Web Server; Chapter 14. Creating Mobile Applications for PeopleSoft; Part IV: Best Practices;Chapter 15. Test-Driven Development; Chapter 16. PeopleCode Language Arts; Index

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