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PUM Error: Source and Target must be the same product line

In another recent post, we discussed how to fix PUM Error: Incompatible PeopleTools version and in this post we will learn how to fix another PUM error – ‘PUM source and target must be the same productline’. PUM Error: Source and Target must be the same product line   WHEN does this error occur? This […]

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PUM : Import Error – No module named yaml

Deploying PeopleSoft Images is fairly straight forward as long as you follow the directions properly. Sometimes even a slight deviation from the defined process might cause issues with your PeopleSoft Image. Here is an example when you try to import PeopleSoft Image by running ‘psft-dpk-setup.bat’ file. This file is extracted from first part of downloaded […]

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Access Denied Error while applying PRP patches to PeopleSoft Image

PRP stands for PeopleSoft Release Patchset. With PUM(PeopleSoft Update Manager) process Oracle releases PeopleSoft Images every couple of months that includes latest patches available for PeopleSoft 9.2 application. In between release of two images, if Oracle identifies few critical patches that need to be applied then those patches are delivered as PRP patches. PRP patches can […]

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Oracle Virtual Box: How to take backup of PeopleSoft Virtual Images

Depending on their type, PeopleSoft Virtual Images can be used for application maintenance, demo, training and upgrade activities. Over a period of time, you may end up making changes to delivered PeopleSoft virtual images. To avoid losing any changes that you made, you can take backup of your PeopleSoft virtual image and Oracle Virtual Box […]

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PeopleSoft Update Manager: PI_HOME inaccessible

When configuring PeopleSoft Update Manager using Change Assistant, you are required to map pi_home directory on your local system . If you don’t map the pi_home, Change Assistant configuration won’t finish and you can’t generate and apply patches using PUM tool. Below are few things that may help you in fixing this issue. 1. Make sure you are […]

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