PeopleSoft - Course Details

PSTLTRR91 PeopleSoft Time Labor Technical Rules Rel 9.1

PeopleSoft Course Description:
The class will focus on the Time Administration Process and Rules Creation. A functional overview will be given so that the class participants gain an understanding of the functionality before learning the technical aspects. The flexibility of the rules engine addresses the requirements of virtually all rules. Participants will create rules using the delivered templates, modify rule templates, on-line rule creation tools and write user-exits. Participants will create several rule programs comprising of different types of rules, then will process the rules through Time Administration.
PeopleSoft Course Duration:
3 Days Training
PeopleSoft Course Target Audience:
Administrator,Developer,Technical Administrator,Technical Consultant
PeopleSoft Course Prerequisite:
NONE
Course Content:
Business Process or Technology Overview
  • Describing the Major Functions and Process Flows in Time and Labor.
  • Describing the Functions of Scheduling.
  • Describing the Methods Used to Report Time
  • Describing the Time Admin processes
  • Describing the Outputs of Time Admin
  • Describing PeopleSoft Time and Labor Integration
  • Describing the Time and Labor Menu Structure
Setting Up PeopleSoft Time and Labor
  • Listing the Prerequisites to Set Up PeopleSoft Time and Labor.
  • Establishing Time and Labor Setup Tables
  • Creating, Building, and Viewing Calendars
  • Setting Up Workgroups and Taskgroups
  • Setting Up Time and Labor Security
  • Setting Up Schedules
Using Referential Integrity and Validation
  • Describing the Role of Referential Integrity.
  • Listing the Referential Integrity Triggers
  • Listing the Situations in Which Time Validation is Run
  • Defining Validation Criteria.
Understanding Time Administration
  • Outlining the Time Administration Batch Process
  • Describing the Application Engine Components of Time Administration
  • Running Time Administration and Viewing the Results
 
Using Rules and Rule Templates
  • Describing the Four Methods for Creating Rules
  • Identifying the Delivered Rule Templates
  • Creating Rules Using Delivered Rule Templates
  • Prioritizing Rules and Creating Rule Programs
  • Overriding Rule Programs
Modifying an Existing Rule and Rules Migration
  • Defining Rule Objects
  • Describing Work Tables
  • Creating a Template-Built Rule
  • Describing the Steps to Modify an Existing Rule
  • Copying, Modifying, and Creating SQL Objects
  • Creating, Compiling, and Saving Rules
  • Adding Rules to Rule Programs
  • Rules Migration
Creating Rules Using Online Tools
  • Describing the Four Basic Elements that comprises a Rule
  • Creating and Combining Actions and Conditions to Develop a Rule
  • Using SQL Objects to Create a Rule
  • Identifying Relationship Definitions
Using Application Engine and User Exits
  • Identifying the features of Application Engine
  • Analyzing an Application Engine Program
  • Creating a New Application Engine Program Object.
  • Viewing and Adjusting an Application Engine Program’s Properties.
  • Developing a User Exit Rule Directly in the Rules Application Library.
Time Reporting Code
  • Describing Time Reporting Codes
  • Defining TRC Categories
  • Establishing TRCs
  • Defining TRC Programs