#211 – Query Types


This week on the podcast, Jim Marion joins us to talk about different options for masking data in PeopleSoft and locking components down for business processing. Then we discuss the different types of queries in PeopleSoft and how Jim would improve the query tools.

Show Notes

  • Data Masking @ 4:15
  • Component Lockout @ 13:00
  • Query Manager @ 18:00
  • Query Improvements @ 33:00

One thought on “#211 – Query Types

  1. Very interesting conversation around data masking. What talked about was mainly masking at the presentation layer but not at source.
    Tying this to test data management and the need for obfuscated data that does not give out any sensitive or personally identifiable information in say non prod copies of production.

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