Fluid forms is one of our favorite functionalities in PeopleSoft 9.2. Even though they seem to have some shortcomings, such as validations, rules etc., these can easily be overcome using event mapping and Active Analytic Framework. We are helping lot of different clients to reduce customization or enhance functionality by utilizing fluid forms. One such … Continue reading Fluid Forms – Implementing an easy to do expense report in PeopleSoft
Keeping up with its commitment, Oracle PeopleSoft has launched HCM Image 24 filled with great new features. I am really encouraged to see how much has PeopleSoft improved and delivered since moving to 9.2. Two of these features are really exciting to reduce customization and still build logic extension. Check out the event mapping and … Continue reading HCM Image 24 is out! Check out new feature!
Feels good to be recognized as an Innovator for my work at Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Credit goes to the entire incredible team. https://blogs.oracle.com/peoplesoft/oracle-announces-peoplesoft-innovators https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E52319_01/infoportal/innovators/commonwealth_of_massachusetts.html Innovator Award
Yay!!! Finally Oracle has listened to us and created a functionality that could be a game changer for customization and control. PeopleSoft now has a Page and Field Configurator that can let power user configure how a field and page should behave when a certain condition is met. For example if a confidential position is … Continue reading PeopleSoft Page and Field Configurator
HCM Image 23 has so much to offer and one great feature is the discussion feature. Currently it is a capability that is not integrated into any module but I believe soon you will see it popup everywhere from Talent Management to Compensation. I have already started designing and utilizing it for my clients. The … Continue reading Have you checked the discussion feature!
Not sure how many out there know this, but if you are working with a long list of people on a Peoplesoft component, than rather than doing search everytime, you can use the "IN" condition to fetch all the employees at once. Then just go down the list or use the cached results column on … Continue reading Little known trick to use “IN” in search page
PeopleSoft Fluid has lots of great usability features but the fluid tile navigation has a lot to desire. One of my issues with the navigation is that in the desktop or tablet mode there is no push in or pull out button. This can be really unproductive for busy pages like eCompensation. Nothing to worry! … Continue reading Fluid Navigation – Change to pullout
There is a lot of confuion and misinformation on whether Oracle is committed to PeopleSoft and is selling the product to new customer. PeopleSoft strategy team wants you to connect directly with them and ask these questions. Please see their updates below. "Interested in purchasing PeopleSoft? Looking to expand your PeopleSoft usage? The Oracle Digital … Continue reading Need help with PeopleSoft?
Mipro, a well known name in PeopleSoft, recently provided me the opportunity to write for the "unfiltered" blog. Follow the link below to read about Guided Self Service; what it offers and how it changes how you work. https://blog.miproconsulting.com/2017/02/guided-self-service/
I recently reviewed PeopleBooks guided process and found some images of the guided process that seem to be in works to provide functionality for Employee onboarding. The guided process is extremely flexible and configurable. I have used it to define other business processes. Here is how I believe this will work for anyone who is … Continue reading Early Preview of what could be PeopleSoft Onboarding