#32 – UMRUG 2016 Spring Meeting Recap

This week Dan gives a recap of the spring Upper Midwest Regional User Group meeting. The talks and roundtable discussions were great and we learned why PS_CUST_APP_HOME is gone in 8.55. Kyle and Dan also discuss IB development and the need for better App Class documentation.

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Show Notes

  • Fun Twitter Accounts @ :30
  • Inconsistent Fluid Nav @ 3:45
  • IB Development @ 6:30
    • Helper Classes and JavaDoc
    • HCR_PUBLICATION_RULES:PersonBasicPublication
    • Undocumented App Class – %metadata
  • Kyle’s Oh No! Story @ 13:30
  • UMRUG Recap @ 20:00
    • New Development Tools Talk and Supplemental Data
    • NativeOS DPK Image upgrades
    • Security Automation Tool
    • Interface Data Stores
    • QAS for interfaces
    • PeopleTools/PUM Support
    • 8.56 – PT Patching will support Continuous Delivery
    • 8.56 Release date?
    • Refresh Script strategies
    • PS_CUST_APP_HOME Answers
    • Data Masking
  • PeopleTools 8.55 Certifications @ 49:00
  • Custom Type and Resources for Puppet? @ 53:00
    • pt_deploy and pt_config
  • SUSE Linux Support @ 55:00
  • 8.55 PT Upgrade Panel @ 57:00

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