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PeopleTools 8.54: New Features in PeopleSoft Server Administration

Oracle has added great new features with PeopleTools 8.54. One important area where you will notice significant changes is System and Server Administration. Features such as Portable PS_HOME, Container databases are example of newly added features. In this post, you will learn about the new features that have been added to PeopleSoft System and Server […]

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Things To Keep In Mind Before Assigning PeopleSoft Administrator Role

PeopleSoft Administrator Role is special system role that can be assigned to user profiles. Unlike other PeopleSoft roles, you can’t see the permission list (PSADMIN) associated to this role. Even if you search for this role in PeopleTools > Security > Permissions & Roles > Roles, you won’t find it. Try to open up the […]

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List of PeopleSoft SES Tables

There are certain scenarios in which you’d like to have a list of PeopleSoft SES tables handy. Some of these scenarios include: PeopleSoft instance/database refresh – When copying a PeopleSoft instance or database, for example – production to test, you may want to exclude the SES tables so that SES server details and index definitions […]

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NotFoundException (219,3101) PTFP_FEED.FeedFactory.OnExecute Name:getFeed PCPC:8132 Statement: 122 Called from PTSF_DP_SBO_WRK.PTSF_UNDEPLOY_BTN.FieldChange Statement 24 %1 with ID=”%2″ could not be found.

This error usually comes after a database refresh has happened. Root cause of the error is that the application database and the SES database have gone out of sync. The error show up when you try to undeploy a SES index and when you try to do “Report Sync Issue,” nothing happens. The error reads […]

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[INS-20802] Oracle Net Configuration Assistant failed.

During the installation of SES, you may come across an error “[INS-20802] Oracle Net Configuration Assistant failed.” This error is due to conflict between a declared environment variable and a configuration value provided during the installation. The variable usually causing this is “ORACLE_HOME” You can get further details of this issue from the log file […]

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Report Sync Issues in SES

When you uninstall and reinstall a SES instance or you refresh a PeopleSoft instance, you can end up getting several trivial issues. Most of these issues revolve around the fact that the PeopleSoft database and the SES database have gone out of sync. The obvious way to resolve these error is to do “Report Sync […]

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Java Out of memory Error when Crawling SES Index

When you schedule a search definition, it might run forever, especially in case of a large index like HC_HR_JOB_DATA or HC_BEN_HEALTH_BENEFIT or  HC_HPY_CREATE_ADDL_PAY. If you go to the crawler log located in 1ds*.MMDDHHMM.log in <SES>/oradata/ses/log – you might notice an “out of memory” error like the one mentioned below: Crawl Fails and Logs Error “java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: […]

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EQA-13000: Operation “delete” Cannot Be Performed on an Object Type “schedule” in State “EXECUTING”. ( 262,1018)

When you face this issue with indexes in SES when you try to undeploy them or do report sync issues – you will receive an error and there are multiple versions of this error, namely: EQA-13000: Operation “delete” Cannot Be Performed on an Object Type “schedule” in State “EXECUTING”. ( 262,1018) EQA-13000: Operation “delete” cannot […]

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Understanding OPatch

OPatch is a Java-based utility used to apply patches to Oracle software. It runs on all supported operating systems and requires installation of the Oracle Universal Installer. Patches are a small collection of files copied over to an existing installation. They are associated with particular versions of Oracle products. When applied to the correct version […]

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Content/Portal URL not defined for node %1

When performing diagnostic test to verify PeopleSoft and Oracle Secure Enterprise Search connectivity, you may face an error at “STEP 2: Deploy” or “STEP3: Crawl” The error will be something like: Content/Portal URL not defined for node HCM92DEV (262,81) PTSF_FEED.SESFeedDataSource.OnExecute  Name:execute  PCPC:16168  Statement:281 Called from:PTFP_FEED.Feed.OnExecute  Name:execute  Statement:677 Called from:PTFP_FEED.FeedFactory.OnExecute  Name:getFeedDoc  Statement:244 Called from:PTSF_RNDTRP_WRK.PTSF_RNDTRIP_CRAWL.FieldChange  Statement:46 Content/Portal […]

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