Resources on the Internet

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There is more information on the Internet than you might expect. Here are some links that you might find handy.

Oracle Official PeopleBooks





Help Desk/Forums

Miscellaneous Info

7 Responses to “Resources on the Internet”

  1. knan nan Says:

    I want to find out more about weblib_Query record and where can I get a source code for CreateQueryCrstalURL similar to CreateQueryURL. Your help will be much appreciated;

  2. digitaleagle Says:

    knan nan,

    I am sorry that I cannot help with a source code example because I haven’t worked with that function. I will have to spend some time on it because it looks like there are some interesting functions in there.

    But, I can suggest doing a PeopleCode Dump. Use Application Designer, and choose the “Find In…” command from the Edit menu. Then, enter a semicolon(;) for the search text. Finally, check the option to “Save PeopleCode to File”. This will take a long time to run so let it run overnight, but once it runs, you can use any text editor to search for examples.

    I found one example of CreateQueryCrystalURL on the page QRY_SELECT. Another on the page QUERY_VIEWER_SRCH. To view those, open the page in App Designer, and right click and choose to view the PeopleCode. Another example exists on the record QRYSELECT_WRK, field QRYSEARCHBTN, event FieldChange. I did my search on HRMS 8.9, but I would guess these objects are part of PeopleTools and might be in all of the PeopleSoft installations.

    I hope that helps.

  3. Blog Update: Updated Resources « PSST0101 Says:

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  4. Praj Says:

    Nice collection of resources you have there.

    I’ve started my own collection on my PeopleSoft Wiki – which I thought might be useful:

  5. Blog Update « PSST0101 Says:

    […] Blog Update Filed under: Blog — digitaleagle @ 11:02 pm I just found a new wiki site from Anderson University.  I have added it to the Resources List. […]

  6. papillon Says:

    One of the excellent Peoplesoft information I come across.

  7. sandrar Says:

    Hi! I was surfing and found your blog post… nice! I love your blog. 🙂 Cheers! Sandra. R.

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