#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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#288 – LTS Releases

This week on the podcast, Kyle and Dan share follow-up Tuxedo and Windows, discuss the difference between service accounts on Linux and Windows, and the PeopleTools release schedule.

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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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#282 – Infra-DPK Gotchas


This week on the podcast, Dan shares his good experience with the Infrastructure DPK and a few things that didn’t work as expected, and Dan and Kyle discuss the 8.58 Login page and the Elasticsearch DPK Silent Install option.

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#275 – Puppet Lookup


This week on the podcast, Kyle and Dan announce psadmin.conf 2021, they discuss environment naming conventions, and Dan follows up on the Puppet lookup options from last week.

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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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#272 – Dynamic Role Rules


This week on the podcast, Dan talks about Dynamic Role Rules, Kyle shares an experience with the DPK and temp directories, and they also discuss if Coherence patches are necessary when apply security patches.

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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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#267 – systemd User Services


This week on the podcast, Kyle shares more information about systemd User Services, Dan discusses some recent DPK improvements, and then they discuss the upcoming changes to Job Data’s user interface.

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