#8 – PeopleTools 8.55 Hands-on

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! We have an extra long and fun episode this week but you may want to listen to this it twice 🙂

In Episode 8, we dive into PeopleTools 8.55 and get hands-on! We talk about our first experiences with the PeopleTools DPK’s, changes to Change Assistant in 8.55 and Dan’s experiment with the Let’s Encrypt project. We also ask a big question about a new Related Content feature, and then answer it after the break. This feature has the potential to substantially reduce your customizations!

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0 thoughts on “#8 – PeopleTools 8.55 Hands-on

  1. Hi Dan and Kyle,

    Thanks for the podcasts. They are always very informative and entertaining. In #8, you mentioned that there was some kind of big red paper about DPKs. Do you happen to have a link to it? I was trying to make sense of what Oracle delivered and i think i broke my brain a little.

    Again, bit thanks,
    Andy

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