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1Z0-241 PeopleSoft Application Developer I: PeopleTools & PeopleCode

Exam Title : PeopleSoft Application Developer I - PeopleTools & PeopleCode
Exam ID : 1Z0-241
Exam Duration : 105 minutes
Questions in test : 80
Passing Score : 64%
Exam Center : Pearson VUE - Oracle
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PEOPLETOOLS I Navigating PeopleSoft Applications - Access, enter and modify information in PeopleSoft applications.
- Use PeopleBooks to find information. Explaining PeopleSoft Architecture - Describe the structure of PeopleSoft databases.
- Explain basic data transfer in PeopleSoft Pure Internet Architecture.
- Identify the requirements for the development environment. Organizing Data Validating Data - Given a scenario, select the appropriate validation type in PeopleSoft applications. Developing Applications by Using the Eight Steps - Explain the steps of PeopleSoft application development. Designing the Application Defining Fields - Use Application Designer to create and manage field definitions.
- Use Application Designer to create and manage translate values. Creating Record Definitions - Use Application Designer to create and manage record definitions. Building SQL Tables - Use Application Designer to create and maintain database structures. Creating Page Definitions - Use Application Designer to create and manage page definitions. Defining Components - Use Application Designer to create and manage component definition. Registering Components - Use Application Designer to register a component definition. Testing an Application - Test and troubleshoot common development errors in basic applications. Editing the Registry Structure - Manage Portal Registry structures. (Manage the PeopleSoft Portal Registry.) Creating Menu Definitions - Use Application Designer to create and manage menu definitions. Analyzing the Impact of Design Changes - Identify the impact of changing definition properties on an application. Building Applications Searching Applications by Using the Verity Search Engine - Use the Verity Search engine to search PeopleSoft applications.
- Create and maintain a Verity search collection. Performing Data Audits - Use Application Designer to audit PeopleSoft applications. Importing and Exporting Projects - Use Application Designer to create and manage projects PEOPLETOOLS II Using Views in PeopleSoft Applications - Use Application Designer to create and maintain SQL views.
- Use Application Designer to create and maintain Query views. Creating Summary Pages Using Views - Use Application Designer to create and manage summary pages. Creating and Using Search Records - Create and manage component search records.
- Create and manage component add search records. Using Views as Prompt Table Edits - Create and manage views that take advantage of prompting mechanics. Explaining TableSet Sharing - Set up and maintain TableSet sharing. Creating Parent-Child Relationships - Use Application Designer to enforce referential integrity. Explaining Buffer Allocation - Describe buffer allocation and its impact on performance. Creating Sub records and Sub pages - Create and maintain sub records.
- Create and maintain sub pages. Using Deferred Processing - Choose a processing mode based on a given scenario. Introducing PeopleCode in an Application Using Objects in PeopleCode Creating Custom Objects with Application Classes Using Images in PeopleSoft Applications - Use Application Designer to manage image definitions.
- Use Application Designer to manage image field definitions. Designing Pages Using Style Sheets - Use Application Designer to manage stylesheet definitions.
- Apply stylesheets in PeopleSoft applications. Designing More Advanced Pages - Create, maintain, and use message catalog entries.
- Use Application Designer to create and maintain hyperlinks on pages. PEOPLECODE Technology Overview - Explain how PeopleCode is used Using PeopleCode Development Tools - Choose the best PeopleTools definition with which to associate a program
- Use the PeopleCode Editor locate, open, create, and edit programs
- Use the PeopleCode debugger to observe program execution Describing the Component Processor - Trace the Component Processor flow.
- Identify PeopleCode search events.
- Identify PeopleCode component build events.
- Identify PeopleCode field action events.
- Identify PeopleCode row action events.
- Identify PeopleCode save action events. Writing PeopleCode Programs - Write PeopleCode statements.
- Use conditional statements
- Use looping statements Understanding PeopleCode Events - Match PeopleCode programs to the correct events Using PeopleCode Variables - Create user-defined PeopleCode variables.
- Use system variables.
- Incorporate derived/work fields into PeopleSoft applications. Using Built-In Functions - Use built-in functions Writing PeopleCode Functions - Write external PeopleCode functions. Explaining the Component Buffer - Determine the order of execution of PeopleCode programs based on buffer allocation rules Accessing Data in the Component Buffer - Process rows in the component buffer using loops. Programming With Object- Oriented PeopleCode - Write object-oriented PeopleCode programs Referencing Data in the Component Buffer - Define the data buffer classes.
- Instantiate the data buffer access classes.
- Traverse the data buffer. Creating Custom Objects with Application Classes - Describe application classes.
- Organize application classes using application packages. Using Data Buffer Methods - Use object-oriented methods manipulate the data buffer Executing SQL in PeopleCode - Use SQL to read and modify data tables Query, Crystal and Process Scheduler - Query
- Use PeopleSoft Query Manager to extract information from PeopleSoft application data tables
- Use Query Access Groups to secure and access record definitions
- Create, edit, and manage queries using Query Manager Crystal - Configure Crystal Reports to use PeopleSoft application data - Create and manage reports in Crystal Reports for PeopleSoft
- Schedule and distribute Crystal Reports by using the PeopleSoft Process Scheduler Process Scheduler - Configure and run a process using PeopleSoft Process Scheduler
- Use the Process Monitor to assess the status of a process
- Create, edit, and manage the elements

PeopleSoft Application Developer I: PeopleTools & PeopleCode
Oracle Application candidate
Killexams : Oracle Application candidate - BingNews Search results Killexams : Oracle Application candidate - BingNews Killexams : Lambeth maps future with cloud applications

Lambeth Council has been modernising its business applications environment over the past few years, against the background of cost pressure, Covid, and now the rising cost of living crisis.

With a long history as a progressive borough, even a militant one, Lambeth has a culturally diverse population that has been economically under the cosh for many years. It has almost 330,000 inhabitants, is just over 10 square miles in size, and was known as a landing place for lambs in the Middle Ages, hence the name.

Hamant Bharadia, assistant director of finance at Lambeth Council, says it has learned to do more with less, and, in relation to IT, has pursued a cloud strategy that involves Oracle and Microsoft technology.

Lambeth Council became the first UK public sector body to adopt Oracle’s suite of business applications in the cloud, in 2018.

Bharadia says, in a video on an Oracle web page: “We are a £1bn business, with 3,000 staff providing 700-800 services to our businesses, residents and wider community. Over the last 10 years, our funding has reduced by 50%, about £250m. But the demand for our services has not changed and has become more complex.

“The reasons for the move to the cloud were to have a simpler and easier solution, to have nimble, anywhere, anytime access. That is critical for us.”

Lambeth has a long-standing relationship with Oracle, and was one of six London councils in a multi-year Oracle shared services partnership that started in 2012, and ran until March 2018.

Bharadia tells Computer Weekly that when it was looking, in 2017, at moving its applications to the cloud, Oracle came out ahead of SAP in terms of breadth and depth of functionality, especially in relation to financials, while Workday was still in its infancy at that time. There was also continuity in respect of the previous joint customer relationship with the other London councils, namely Barking and Dagenham, Brent, Lewisham, Havering and Croydon.

“The reasons for the move to the cloud were to have a simpler and easier solution, to have nimble, anywhere, anytime access. That is critical for us”

Hamant Bharadia, Lambeth Council

Bharadia has worked for the council for 32 years, and recalls having the ICL system, Lafis (Local Authority Financial Information System), as well as the shared Oracle partnership. “That [the latter] had its challenges – getting everybody to agree to the right kind of format, specifications, processes. We managed it, but it came to end of life.

“At that point, we’d already committed, as an organisation, that our future lay in the cloud primarily. We couldn’t justify occupying central London property to store databases. And then the other half about the cloud was about flexibility of working.”

The intention was to reduce the council’s property estate and get staff working flexibly, with a view that “data can be accessible from anywhere”.

The move to cloud

It started its cloud migration, in 2015-2016, with a move to Microsoft Office 365. All post comes into a processing centre outside London, where it is scanned and delivered to council workers’ mailboxes digitally. “We’re trying to reduce paper as much as possible, on the basis that making as much information as possible online, available for analytics and decision making, is the way forward,” says Bharadia.

“We started looking at our options in 2017. We knew we wanted cloud. In 2017, there wasn’t much ERP [enterprise resource planning] in the cloud space. Oracle, with some of their products, but not with everything. Oracle Financials, yes, and they’d made good progress on bits of HR.”

Oracle came out ahead of SAP in terms of breadth and depth of functionality, he says, while Workday was still perceived to be less mature. However, even with Oracle, payroll was not yet there in the cloud, so it was the last module to be implemented, in May 2018, while everything else went live in March of that year.

Financial forecasting has improved for the council by virtue of the Oracle cloud applications for that. Previously, Bharadia says it was a scenario of “budget forecasting done on Excel spreadsheets, with lots of files being shuffled around the organisation, lots of meetings between accountants and budget holders”. The aim was for “budget holders to have sight of their budgets more routinely, and to be able to do their own forecasts so that they have control”.

The self-service model the council has moved to has developed from around 20-30% of budget holders routinely updating their forecasts to more like 70%. The finance team, of around 120 accountants, is now liberated, he says, to engage sooner with budget holders, playing a more advisory role with respect to activities like procurement.

In the HR function, with more self-service capabilities, the council has seen a 55% improvement in appraisal and performance reporting, allowing the HR team to allocate fewer resources to share a greater workload.

In the area of supply chain, the council has used the Oracle cloud Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) product to streamline its suppliers, reducing the number of these by 19%.

One area that is still evolving is recruitment. It had struggled with Oracle’s legacy Taleo product and is now moving to Oracle Recruiting, which is part of the supplier’s Oracle Cloud HCM service. “We were experiencing a lot of incomplete applications, with people giving up halfway through. So, we were missing candidates,” says Bharadia. “From what we have seen, Oracle Recruiting cloud is a lot more user friendly.”

Data analytics at Lambeth

Putting together the Oracle implementation with its Microsoft estate, the council is aiming at a new vista of using data more effectively to serve its residents. Part of that has involved building a small data science team, which has been working on activities such as identifying people especially vulnerable to Covid-19, socially and economically, as well as medically. Now, in a similar vein, it is identifying people especially vulnerable to the rising cost of living crisis.

“We’ve got all this data in Oracle systems, we’ve got a housing system that has data, and we have a social care system that has data. So we’re now exploring better use of data”
Hamant Bharadia, Lambeth Council

“The next piece we’re working on is data,” says Bharadia. “We’ve got all this data in Oracle systems, we’ve got a housing system that has data, and we have a social care system that has data. So, one of the things we’re now exploring is better use of data.

“We now have a data analytics team internally, that’s looking at those connections. They are using [Microsoft] PowerBI and other cloud-based products to bring together different datasets to target our services better.”

This team has existed for around two years. They could have done this kind of work before, but it would, he says, have taken a lot longer.

Hybrid future

Another legacy of the Covid period is the council will not return to previous levels of office occupancy. “What we’re saying to staff and managers is come into our office buildings if you’re going to be collaborating, not as a matter of routine just for the sake of doing your day job.”

It is working to a ratio of six office desks for 10 people, and Bharadia says it might end up with more collaborative spaces rather than individual desks.

It is also freeing up office space for use by local businesses. “One of our buildings is entirely based on that model, for new and emerging businesses in the community,” he adds. “We also delivered lockdown support without taking on lots of extra staff. So, we were doing the vaccination centres, the food hubs, the additional support to our residents during the period, through a combination of remote working and some mobile working, where people were just out there in vans delivering things, getting stuff done.

“So, it is possible to have that hybrid model of working. That’s not to say it’s perfect. In either model, you are going to get some people who are not 100% contributing. But you get that currently anyway,” says Bharadia.

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Killexams : Oracle Cerner has 955 open jobs posted amid Oracle layoffs

Oracle Cerner is still hiring for 786 positions even as Oracle trims down its U.S. workforce.

Oracle is reportedly cutting thousands of jobs worldwide, and layoffs in the U.S. began Aug. 1, according to Bloomberg. Oracle Cerner also cut jobs, including in software engineering, talent acquisition, marketing, application services, population health and more, according to posts on Reddit

But the company also still has 786 U.S. job openings posted on its website. The open jobs include systems engineers, consultants, technology architects and sales leaders. Oracle Cerner is also looking for a regulatory affairs strategist, data analysts, clinical informaticists and more. There is also an open medical assistant role advertising a $2,500 sign-on bonus.

Some of the open roles would work directly with health system clients, and around 240 roles are connected with Oracle Cerner's federal contracts.

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Killexams : Tesla Builds Its Own Recruiting Software in Fresh Push to Cut Outside Providers
By  |  Aug. 2, 2022 6:00 AM PDT

Photo: Tesla employees assembling a car. Photo by Bloomberg.

Tesla has introduced proprietary software for tracking its job applicants, three current and former recruiting employees told The Information, a move that could lower hiring-related costs as CEO Elon Musk follows through on his goal to reduce the electric vehicle maker’s reliance on external software vendors.

The move by Tesla marks an unusual step to develop internal talent-related technology. Save for some of the biggest tech players, most companies have tended to pay for software developed by firms including Oracle, SAP and Avature, as Tesla has done.

The new application also underscores Tesla’s long-term recruiting ambitions. After Tesla increased its head count by 28,533 people last year, to 99,290, Musk in June said the carmaker would cut salaried jobs by 10%. But Tesla is continuing to review candidates and is making some hires, a current recruiter at the company said.

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Killexams : Lotte Mart Chooses Rimini Street Support Services for its Oracle Applications

South Korean hypermarket chain states that a need for higher quality service and faster support response times motivated the switch to independent third-party support

LAS VEGAS, August 02, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Rimini Street, Inc. (Nasdaq: RMNI), a global provider of enterprise software products and services, the leading third-party support provider for Oracle and SAP software products, and a Salesforce partner, today announced that Lotte Mart, a large-scale hypermarket chain in South Korea, has switched to Rimini Street as its Oracle application maintenance support services provider. Lotte Mart wanted to focus resources on strategic projects related to business growth and needed more practical ERP support to better manage its rapidly changing distribution business. Based on the high quality of service provided, Lotte Mart chose Rimini Street to optimize its support services.

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Comprehensive Support Helps Increase Efficiency of IT Teams

Lotte Mart’s first store opened its doors in 1998 in Kangbyeon and has expanded to 175 stores in Korea and abroad. The company relies upon a customized mass-scale Oracle database to manage its retail stores, distribution and logistics. Oracle support costs for the database absorbed significant portion of the IT budget.

"Rimini Street has made a detailed analysis of Lotte Mart’s current situation including the necessity to cut cost and services issues with the software vendor’s support program and has instead provided a tailored support service that better meets our needs," said Jung-soo Pyo, department leader of System Strategy, Lotte Mart.

The satisfaction level of its IT employees increased dramatically after the switch to Rimini Street as the Company responded and provided faster solutions faster. Like other Rimini Street support clients, Lotte Mart is assigned a local Primary Support Engineer, with an average of 20 years of experience working with enterprise software and backed by a team of functional and technical engineers. The company also benefits from Rimini Street’s ultra-responsive service level agreement of 10-minute response times for P1 critical cases.

"After the switch to Rimini Street, we have been able to break free from vendor-oriented service policies and focus on business-oriented services," said Pyo. "Work efficiency of IT services have been maximized with a swifter response and support to issues when requested."

Having optimized its performance, Lotte Mart plans to focus its IT staff and realized savings towards future investments on transformative initiatives and projects to drive business innovation. To better support the IT roadmap, Lotte Mart is reviewing plans to adopt Rimini Street to support additional areas of the business and is contemplating its adoption across the entire Lotte Group.

"Lotte Mart has been able to enhance digital competitiveness, break free from the vendor’s upgrade cycle and take back control over its IT roadmap after the switch to Rimini Street Support Services," said Hyungwook Kevin Kim, regional general manager, Korea, Rimini Street. "Rimini Street’s award-winning services powered by our patented AI technology have helped thousands of companies across the globe to significantly cut enterprise software maintenance costs, and with the funds they’ve saved, solve short-term budget problems and invest in digital transformation initiatives that drive competitiveness and growth."

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Killexams : Oracle starts job cuts in U.S. – The Information

(Reuters) – Oracle Corp has started to lay off employees in the United States, The Information said on Monday, citing a person with direct knowledge of the matter.

The publication in July reported that Oracle was considering cutting thousands of jobs in its global workforce after targeting cost cuts of up to $1 billion.

The company had about 143,000 full-time employees as of May 31, according to its latest annual report.

The layoffs at Oracle will affect employees at its offices in the San Francisco Bay Area, Monday’s report said, but it did not mention the number of employees affected.

Oracle did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment.

The report also said layoffs in Canada, India and parts of Europe were expected in the coming weeks and months.

Technology giants Microsoft Corp, Alphabet Inc and Apple Inc have also discussed cuts or a slowdown in hiring plans in response to rising costs and fears of a recession.

(Reporting by Yuvraj Malik in Bengaluru; Editing by Devika Syamnath)