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What is JOLT and related processes

PeopleSoft application server relies on Jolt, a companion product that co-exists with Tuxedo, to handle all web requests. In other words, Jolt is the bridge between PeopleSoft application server and the web server (any supported one) that facilitates web communication. Tuxedo helps schedule PeopleSoft application server processes to perform the actual transactions. When the application […]

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PeopleSoft Technical Interview Questions

Are you looking for a PeopleSoft Job?  Check out these PeopleSoft Technical Interview Questions and test your knowledge. What are the main attributes of a Component Interface (CI)? Keys, Properties & Collections, Methods and Name Can a PeopleTools 8.4x and a PeopleTools 8.1x  database runs on the same machine? Yes, databases can co-exist on the […]

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Migration of Peoplesoft Objects

1. Overview The PeopleSoft Object migration process is the method of “moving”, or migrating objects and lines of code from the development to the production environment in phases, after thorough functional testing. The PeopleSoft DBA generally performs migrations to the production environment at the request of an application developer or functional analyst.  Developers are permitted […]

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Module Codes for PeopleSoft

There are code names for each module in PeopleSoft. Once you know these codes, you will find them pretty handy when you come across a particular PeopleSoft record or a PeopleSoft object. Here is a quick cheat sheet for the PeopleSoft modules, by 2 letter prefix, and a short description what they are used for: […]

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What are the Important Files on PeopleSoft File Server

As you would know that PeopleSoft has several different components which have their own role to play in PeopleSoft Architecture. These components have different file structures and contains important executables and configuration files. We have listed the directory structure of these major PeopleSoft components and compiled a list of important directories and file within them. […]

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How To Apply a PeopleSoft Patch

Patches are nothing but some small changes which need to be applied to your PeopleSoft application. The changes which come in a patch are usually related to security or application stability. They are known as patch because they cannot wait till the planned future bundle release. In People Soft, a patch can either be applied […]

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How To Disable Browser Cache in PeopleSoft

Cache plays an important role in PeopleSoft. PeopleSoft stores cache at application server level, webserver level and also in the browser. Storing cache makes the PeopleSoft application faster. PeopleSoft supports several browsers, namely Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, Google Chrome amongst a few others. All these browsers will cache various pages and states in memory […]

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Understanding PeopleSoft Architecture

This article is specially for new PeopleSoft database administrators and PeopleSoft administrators, who for the most of time try to figure out how to find the details regarding a PeopleSoft application. PeopleSoft application consists of database server, application server and PeopleSoft webserver. Batch server is also present for reporting purposes. PeopleSoft is a web based application […]

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Software Required For PeopleSoft

PeopleSoft application needs multiple softwares to run. The reason for a big list of software is that PeopleSoft application was developed to run on any platform – any server and any software. So, you need to look at the software which the client has and which all of them is approved by PeopleSoft. PeopleSoft software […]

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PSAPPSRV failed to boot

If you get an error like PSAPPSRV failed to boot – there may be several possible reasons for the same. The list is endless, but in this post, we’ve tried to list the common causes of the error “PSAPPSRV failed to boot.” PSAPPSRV boot failure is not so common and is usually associated with a […]

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