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Mandatory Processes in PeopleSoft Application Server

People soft processes are designed to communicate with database. At the direction of WSH/JSH, the PS process queries the database and objects using SQL. The Mandatory PS processes are 1.     PSAPPSRV 2.     PSSAMSRV 3.     PSQRYSRV 4.     PSQCKSRV 5.     Specialized Services PSDBGSRV PSOPTENG PSBRKDSP PSBRRHND PSPUBDSP  (Dispatcher) PSPUBHND (Handler) PSSUBDSP PSSUBHDN What are these PeopleSoft processes […]

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What are Tuxedo Processes

TUXEDO stands for Transactions for UniX Extended for Distributed Operations. Tuxedo is one of the most important base on which PeopleSoft Application Server is based. When an application server is booted there are several Tuxedo services that are started along with other Application Server processes. A)  BBL: ( Bulletin Board Liaison) The Bulletin Board Liaison […]

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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 Application Server Failed to Boot “Could not allocate bulletin board shared memory”

PeopleSoft application server is one which you’d starting and shutting down quite often. Though PeopleSoft application server is quite stable and usually is pretty straight forward to configure and once you get it to work, it is very unlikely to give you any sort of a problem. There are a few errors, which might show […]

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