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List of PUM Tables

PeopleSoft Update Manager or PUM has become part of daily life of PeopleSoft consultants and so has the task of troubleshooting issues related to PUM. While troubleshooting an issue related to PUM, I had the need to look at some PUM tables and felt that you may also have a need for the same. Hence, […]

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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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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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What are different types of PeopleSoft Virtual Images?

As most of you would already know that Oracle is now delivering PeopleSoft Virtual Images that can be used for variety of purposes like Demo, training purposes, applying patches, during upgrade etc. One thing to note here is that there are 3 different types of images currently available and you should review these image types, then decide and deploy […]

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How to Get Latest Alerts on PeopleSoft Update Manager

PeopleSoft Update Manager is the new lifecycle management process for PeopleSoft 9.2 customers to use for all their application maintenance needs. PeopleSoft Update Manager will be of limited help if you do not stay current with the latest updates released by Oracle. This article highlights the process you should follow to stay current with any […]

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