PeopleSoft - Course Details

PSAER850-SSCN PeopleSoft Application Engine Rel 8.50 - Self-Study Course NEW

PeopleSoft Course Description:
This course teaches participants to use PeopleSoft Application Engine to program batch solutions to manage the data in a PeopleSoft database. The participants will learn to use Application Engine to execute existing programs, modify existing programs, and create new programs. They will use SQL, PeopleCode, and flow controls to solve business-based batch processing requirements.
PeopleSoft Course Duration:
Self-Paced
PeopleSoft Course Target Audience:
Application Developers,Developer,Support Engineer,System Analysts,Technical Administrator,Technical Consultant
PeopleSoft Course Prerequisite:
Comprehensive understanding of the Application Designer,Basic understanding of PeopleCode,Experience with general batch processing tools,Experience with using tools to integrate applications,Experience with application development
Course Content:
Introducing Application Engine Designer
  • Describing Student Workstation Resources
  • Using Application Engine Designer
  • Describing Application Engine Program Structure
  • Building Application Engine Programs
  • Adding Markets and Filters to Application Engine Program Sections
  • Setting Application Engine Program Properties
  • Testing Application Engine Programs
Using State Records
  • Describing the Function of State Records
  • Executing an Application Engine Program Using the Developer’s Shortcut
  • Modifying Application Engine Programs to use State Records
  • Adding Sections and Steps to Existing Application Engine Programs
  • Using Meta-SQL in Application Engine Programs
Testing and Debugging
  • Testing Application Engine Programs
  • Using the Process Monitor
  • Using Application Engine Traces
  • Using the Application Engine Debugger
  • Testing With Application Engine Restart
Using the Do Select Action
  • Describing Do Select
  • Using Select and Fetch
  • Using Reselect
  • Using Restartable
  • Developing an Application Engine Program Using Do Select
Incorporating Conditional Processing
  • Defining Do Actions
  • Explaining Conditional Statements in SQL
  • Explaining Do Action Program Flow
  • Designing a Program Using Conditional Processing
  • Using Application Engine Libraries
Using PeopleCode with Application Engine
  • Identifying How to use PeopleCode in Application Engine Programs
  • Inserting PeopleCode into an Application Engine Program
  • Enabling Dynamic Calls
 
Using Set Processing
  • Describing Set Processing
  • Modifying a Program to use Set Processing
Using Temporary Tables
  • Describing Parallel Processing
  • Implementing Parallel Processing
  • Using Meta-SQL with Parallel Processing
  • Describing Run-Time Allocation
Executing Application Engine Programs
  • Executing an Application Engine Program Using a Push Button
  • Executing an Application Program with the Process Scheduler
  • Executing an Application Engine Program with a Command Script
Creating Process Definitions for Application Engine
  • Identify the Process Types used with Application Engine
  • Creating Application Engine Process Definitions
  • Implementing an Application Engine Program with No User Inputs
  • Implementing an Application Engine Program With User Inputs
Using PSDAEMON
  • Describing PSDAEMON
  • Describing a Daemon-Only Application Engine Program
  • Defining Daemon Groups
  • Monitoring a Daemon Process
Measuring Application Engine Performance
  • Describing Traces
  • Passing Trace Values to PSAE.EXE
  • Interpreting Application Engine Trace Data
  • Interpreting the PeopleTools Trace
  • Describing Advanced Trace Options
Tuning Application Engine Programs
  • Describing the Process of Performance Tuning
  • Identifying Application Level Tuning Opportunities
  • Explaining the Performance Impact of PeopleCode
  • Describing How Do Flow Control Affects Program Performance
  • Explaining Database-Level Tuning Considerations