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Cannot Undeploy Search Definitions. Receive Error “Service Exception: ns2:CreatableAdminObjectFault : EQA-11000: The object with key …. was not found”

While trying to undeploy a search definition, following error can be encountered and the search definition doesn’t get undeployed as a result. Service Exception: ns2:CreatableAdminObjectFault : EQA-11000: The object with key “[name=xxx]” and type “schedule” was not found. (262,1018) PT_SEARCH.SESIMPL.MESSAGE.AdminResponse.OnExecute Name:AdminResponse PCPC:1452 Statement:20 Called from:PT_SEARCH.SESIMPL.AdminService.OnExecute Name:doService Statement:894 Called from:PT_SEARCH.SESIMPL.AdminService.OnExecute Name:delete Statement:848 Called from:PT_SEARCH.SESIMPL.AdminService.OnExecute Name:RemovePSFTSource Statement:261 […]

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How to Configure PeopleTools with Oracle SES (Part-2)

Once you’ve installed Oracle SES, the next step is to configure PeopleSoft PeopleTools with Oracle SES. Prior to implementing the PeopleSoft Search Framework, the following items need to be installed, configured, and functional. Oracle SES PeopleSoft Database Application Server PeopleSoft Integration Broker Process Scheduler Server Apart from the above requirements, you will also need a […]

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PeopleSoft Search Framework: How to Install Oracle SES (Part 1) – Updated for PTools 8.55

This article was originally published for PT8.53 and has been updated/modified for PT8.55 With the release of PeopleSoft 9.2 applications, Oracle Secure Enterprise Search has become the new search standard in the PeopleSoft applications. SES was introduced with PeopleTools 8.52 and support for Verity was continued in PeopleTools 8.53 version. So, you can use verity […]

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PeopleTools 8.53 – Secure Enterprise Search, SES and Search Framework

Prior to PeopleTools 8.53, search functionality worked by building search engine indexes using custom PeopleCode and Application Engine programs. Each PeopleSoft application used a unique method for creating and maintaining search artifacts like collections and indexes–all of which required search engine-specific calls, commands, syntax, and so on. The PeopleSoft Search Framework consists of PeopleSoft components (pages […]

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