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WARNING: LLE Configuration discovered! Note that LLE has been deprecated. You should upgrade to SSL to secure network links

If you’re working with one of the latest versions of PeopleTools, it is likely that you’d have observed this warning in the appserver Tuxedo log (TUXLOG.mmddyy) and Weblogic logs (like PIA_weblogic.log): WARNING: LLE Configuration discovered! Note that LLE has been deprecated. You should upgrade to SSL to secure network links It is essentially a warning message indicating […]

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Quickest way to find hidden portal objects [SQL]

You can hide PeopleSoft portal objects (e.g. content reference) from PeopleSoft Navigation. This can be done by navigating to ‘Structure and Content’ and selecting  the checkbox ‘Hide from portal navigation’. Navigate to PeopleTools > Portal > Structure and Content  Incase you don’t have access to this page to view the configuration, you can check this […]

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How to Resolve PeopleSoft Process Scheduler Posting Issues

It is common to have have Posting issues after PeopleTools upgrade or Database refreshes or even PeopleSoft application upgrade. So, what exactly happens in a PeopleSoft Posting issue? When you run processes or PSJobs via PeopleSoft process scheduler — all those processes would get stuck in Posting status after going to success or going to […]

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ORA-60019: Creating initial extent of size 14 in tablespace of extent size 13

During PeopleTools upgrade, there is a step to convert LONG datatypes to CLOB and BLOB. When using Oracle database, you may get this error: ORA-60019: Creatin g initial extent of size 14 in tablespace of extent size 13 The numbers associated with the extend size may change according to the tablespace involved in the DDL statement […]

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ERROR: Verify That The Configurations Are Correct! (63,180)

In the recent PeopleTools versions, there has been a new option to avoid PeopleSoft process scheduler posting issues. This option validates whether PeopleSoft Report Node definition is correct or not. There is a Validate button in the Report Node Definition page, which does this job. In ideal cases, when you have the report node defined […]

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