#307 – Save Banner

This week on the podcast, Dan shares some odd behavior with Remote Folders and some UI changes from Jim Marion, and Kyle talks about some improvements in the Page and Field Configurator.

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#302 – Change Package Defaults

This week on the podcast, Kyle shares another bash tip and discusses daily logs, Dan talks about HTML Compare Reports and an idea to set change package defaults in the PUM.

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#301 – Inverse Square

This week on the podcast, Kyle and Dan talk about Red Hat 8, containers, some issues with the latest PUM images, and a crazy fun inverse square function.

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#298 – Git Patching

This week on the podcast, Kyle explains the new SPB and SPBAT tools for WebLogic patching, Dan discusses the new External Data Integration for Elasticsearch, and then they talk about using Git Patches with the DPK, SQRs, and COBOL.

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#286 – Database Triggers

This week on the podcast, Kyle wrestles with Windows and Linux services, and Dan spends time with database triggers and asks if they can become managed PeopleTools objects.

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#280 – Personal Development Environments


This week on the podcast, Kyle shares a fun way to learn Git and learn to be a better programmer, Dan shares some advantages of 3-Tier App Designer, and Kyle and Dan discuss personalized development environments.

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#276 – LDAP Browser


This week on the podcast, Dan discusses a great LDAP tool to help with troubleshooting, Kyle and Dan discuss some Idea Space changes and also share a great Excel-to-CI training video.

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#274 – Prompt Table Overrides



This week on the podcast, Dan learns about a new way to enable Hiera hashing in the DPK and laments about a DPK bug that still exists, and Kyle and Dan discuss the new Prompt Table Override feature in 8.58.

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#269 – Excel Add-in Tools



This week on the podcast, Kyle talks about repackaging .jar files with the DPK, Dan discusses his mishap the VisualCOBOL runtime, and why he likes the Excel Add-in Tools for PeopleSoft.

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