All content within the Design category.
- SAML Authentication in PeopleSoft
- Should You Expose a Component Interface as a Web Service
- PeopleSoft FluidUI Resources
- Understanding Local Integration Broker Routings
- How to Bypass a PeopleSoft search record
- Should I Re-use An Existing Component Interface (CI) Definition Or Create A New One?
- Some Options for Sending Emails in PeopleTools
- Some Strengths And Weaknesses Of PeopleTools
- The Pros and Cons of PeopleSoft Bolt-ons versus Customization's
- Should I ever use the current date in SQL?
- Design Principles
- Removing MS Word Smart quotes in PeopleSoft Pages
- The Importance of Having a Unit Test Page
- Creating an Effective Audit Subrecord
- File Attachment Storage Options
- Signs you should be using a Component Interface
- A Better Run Control Page Standard
- The only Peoplecode events you should be using
- Using Record Objects to perform inserts and updates
- Limitations of PeopleTools Component Interfaces and Web Services
- Avoid Global Variables with query string parameters
- Effectively Organizing your PeopleCode
- Making Pretty Page Text with HTML Areas
- Some Thoughts on Application Engine Temporary Tables
- Using Record Objects as Parameters and Returns
A summary of SAML authentication software for PeopleSoft PeopleSoft.
Should you expose a CI Definition as a web service?
Resources for Learning PeopleSoft Fluid UI.
A look into the who, what, when, where, why of local integration broker service operations.
Ways to bypass a PeopleSoft search record
Should you create a new CI definition if one already exists?
Some pros and cons for bolt-ons versus customization
An example of my simple Unit Test page that has saved me hours of development time.
An overview of an audit subrecord you should have on all your custom records.
A new run control record proposal
Key Peoplecode events to use
Advantages of using Record Objects to do inserts
We documented some limitations with Component Interface that are useful to publish.
Global variables are evil!
Do you want to give your users readable formatted messages and instructions?