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This week on the podcast, Kyle shares some tips on escalating your SR’s and what to expect when you do escalate. Dan dives into a DPK Password issue and how he approaches troubleshooting with the DPK. Show Notes How to Request Management Attention for your SR @ 2:30 Troubleshooting DPK Issues @ 18:30 Troubleshooting Steps… Read More

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This week on the podcast, Dan finds a great feature in Royal TSX, Kyle talk about a Macroset issue, and we start a small series on building a troubleshooting framework for PS Admins. Show Notes Charlie Sinks featured by Rundeck @ 2:15 #66 – Catch-up Projects #105 – Agile PeopleSoft Royal TSX and Credential Management… Read More

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This the 200th PeopleSoft Administrator Podcast! Kyle and Dan share some fun stories from the first 199 episodes. Jim Marion joins us to talk about registering components, configuring and working with with node security, and things you can do in PeopleTools but shouldn’t do. Show Notes Reminiscing @ 1:00 Which Node to Register With @… Read More

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This week on the podcast, Kyle and Dan share some fun talks, YAML tips, and YAML history from a Red Hat User Group, Dan’s slow conversion over to Vim, and how to use the Puppet environment name in a custom Fact. Show Notes RedHat User Group @ 1:00 ps-project-git – Git Hooks for App Designer… Read More

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This week on the podcast, Kyle and Dan talk about learning to use Git and GitHub, strategies to work as different users in non-production environments, and how to use PSPing to help diagnose performance issues. Show Notes Learning Git @ 1:00 Pro Git GitHub Learning Lab User Profile emulation @ 8:15 Select Form Factor Option… Read More

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This week on the podcast, Kyle shares his experience working with the CompanyInfo Banner, his thoughts on Branding Roles, and his discovery of the Introspection Page for Integration Broker. Show Notes UI Showcase @ 1:00 CompanyInfo Banner @ 4:15 Branding Role Madness Weblogic Patch Numbers @ 18:30 Introspection Page for IB @ 21:30

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This week on the podcast, Jim Marion joins us to talk about upcoming improvements to Page and Field Configurator, and how Federation and Application clustering work with PeopleSoft. Show Notes Training w/ Jim Marion @ 1:00 Page and Field Configurator Updates @ 7:45 Federation and Clustering @ 16:15

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This week on the podcast, Matthew Haavisto joins us to talk about Fluid, Interaction Hub, Federation and planning for new PeopleTools releases. PeopleTools Release Planning @ 3:30 PeopleTools Idea Space Fluid @ 8:00 Interaction Hub @ 14:00 Innovator Awards Page Federation @ 25:00 Thresholds @ 27:30 Elasticsearch & Kibana @ 33:00 Chatbots @ 36:30

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This week on the podcast, Sasank Vemana joins us to talk about Event Mapping performance, not doing Selective Adoption to make Selective Adoption easier, and how the Fluid Back button works. Show Notes PeopleSoft Customers @ 2:00 Chatbot integration @ 5:00 EM Perf @ 9:30 Selective Adoption @ 20:15 Unpublished Bugs @ 27:30 The Back… Read More

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This week, Kyle and Dan discuss SSH port knocking, a possible MOS API for Weblogic patching, and the excellent DMSViewer tools. Dan also shares some thoughts on the Unified Compare Reports in PeopleTools 8.56+. Show Notes Classic Nav De-supported @ 3:00 MOS API for Patching @ 7:45 https://github.com/oracle/weblogic-deploy-tooling https://github.com/oracle/weblogic-image-tool GetMOSPatch Utility DMSViewer @ 17:00 Port… Read More

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This week on the podcast, Dan talks about running scheduled ACM jobs and how that led him to build a powershell wrapper for the process scheduler. Kyle and Dan also talk about spear fishing and being hyper aware for new attacks. Show Notes Spear Phishing Attacks @ 2:00 Have I Been Pwned Scheduled ACM Jobs… Read More

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Process Scheduler and Powershell Scripts The PeopleSoft Process Scheduler supports many different types of tools to run, but one thing it lacks is support to run shell scripts. Thankfully, David Kurtz offered a solution for that a while back, and revisted the solution recently. While making the process scheduler run shell scripts or Powershell scripts… Read More

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