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Campus Solutions Bundle 44 has been posted to My Oracle Support, and the corresponding Master Note for this bundle is also now available.

 

If you follow the link to the recently posted Campus Solutions CS 9 Bundle #44 - Master Note for Questions or Problems with Patchset 24299519 you will find a great deal of reference material and a long list of “no problems found” entries.  While we hope that we never find any problems to list in this document, you can alleviate a lot of headaches stemming from the application of this recently posted bundle by reviewing this master note during your planning phase.

 

The intention of a Master Note for a Campus Solutions Bundle is to provide you with information regarding problems or issues with the application of the bundle, including any functional issues that have been reported and believed to be the result of applying this bundle.  In the Master Note, you will find sections for:

 

  • General Information on documentation, policy and the contents of the bundle
  • Problems applying the bundle, which will be continuously updated for any issues reported to Support
  • Functional problems attributed to this bundle in any of the Campus Solutions products
  • For each bundle; Campus Solutions Product Information Center
  • Campus Solutions Master Bundle Index
  • Patchset’s Readme File or Download for detailed descriptions of all fixes contained in the bundle.

The PeopleSoft HCM Team delivered PUM Image #21 on Friday, January 20, 2017.

 

All video highlights PeopleSoft Images and PeopleTools releases can be viewed here:

Link:  http://www.youtube.com/user/PSFTOracle/videos

 

There are two (2) new Guided Self Service transactions delivered in PUM Image #21:

• Request Leave of Absence

• Request Paid Leave of Absence

 

Please see PeopleBooks chapters on eProfile Desktop Manager for more information.

Link:  PeopleSoft eProfile Desktop Manager

 

Please see the PUM Image Homepage for information on downloading the newly released image and Image Contents Listing.

PeopleSoft Update Manager (PUM) Home Page (Doc ID 1641843.2)

 

Customer can also reference the PeopleSoft HCM 9.2 Update Image Documentation Homepage for information on new functionality delivered by Image across the HCM application modules.

PeopleSoft HCM 9.2: Update Image Documentation (Doc ID 1917096.2)

As many customers are aware, the PeopleSoft HCM Team delivered PUM Image #20 earlier this month (December 9, 2016). 

 

The video highlights can for the image release be seen here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5lgO3Sk3qIk&feature=youtu.be

 

One of the key enhancements delivered in Image #20 is the Fluid Approvals functionality.

 

Per prior announcements in the Community, customers should be aware of following key changes:

  • PeopleSoft is replacing Fluid Approvals using Mobile Application Platform technology with new Fluid Approvals using Enterprise Components – Fluid Approvals technology. 
  • Software modifications were done to enable Fluid Approval for existing approval transactions in HR product.
  • As each of these new Fluid Approvals is released, it will replace the current Fluid Approval.
  • PeopleTools 8.54.27 and higher OR PeopleTools 8.55.10 and higher is the minimum tools requirement.
  • By June 2017, the Fluid Approvals using MAP technology will no longer be supported by Oracle.
    • MAP technology from PeopleTools is still supported, only Fluid Approvals using MAP technology will no longer be supported.

 

Customers can review the following Knowledge Articles for more information:

  • PeopleSoft Fluid Approvals Installation Documentation (Doc ID 2166359.1)
  • Fluid (HCM): Frequently Asked Questions on New Fluid Approvals (Doc ID 2201476.1)
  • EOPC: Frequently Asked Questions on New Page Composer Fluid Approvals (Doc ID 2197974.1)
  • E-AWE: After Implementing FSCM PUM 020 on PT 8.53, Getting Error Opening Approval Process (Doc ID 2192968.1)

 

An Advisor Webcast is scheduled to discuss this topic: 

 

  • Tuesday , January 24, 2017 01:00 PM (US Pacific Time)
  • Tuesday , January 24, 2017 04:00 PM (US Eastern Time)
  • Tuesday , January 24, 2017 10:00 PM (Central European Time)
  • Wednesday, January 25, 2017 02:30 AM (India Standard Time)

 

To Register for this Advisor Webcast: https://oracleaw.webex.com/oracleaw/onstage/g.php?d=593968916&t=a

Talking about Upgrades IV:  Upgrade Source Images

 

What is it:  A PUM Image, delivered in DPK format, that will install a complete environment* to be used in an upgrade.

The *indicates that the PsHome codeline is not included.  The codeline can be obtained from the virtual CDs posted to the Oracle Support Delivery Cloud (previously called e-delivery). 

 

Used for:   To quickly install an upgrade source environment to be used in an upgrade.

Not used to search for and obtain required-for-upgrade fixes.

 

Where to find:   Links to the DPKs and installation instructions are posted to the PeopleSoft Upgrade Source Images Home Page (Doc ID 1552580.1).

 

Need to install the Source in the classic manner

However, there are some instances where you need to install the upgrade source environment in the 'classic' manner.  This is where you download the virtual CDs from the Oracle Support Delivery Cloud (previously called e-delivery).  This would include situations where:

 

--Can't find the upgrade source for my product

At the time of this writing, there is no upgrade source created for the Interaction Hub 9.1 product (previously called Enterprise Portal). If there is not an upgrade source available, you will need to install the new source environment in the classic manner, from the VCDs found on the Oracle Support Cloud (previously called e-delivery).  Install instructions are attached to the PeopleTools Installation Home Page for your release, and the Applications' Installation or Documentation Home Page. 

 

--Unicode vs. non-unicode

The upgrade source images are delivered in unicode format.  If your environments are in non-unicode format, then use of the upgrade source images is not for you.  Instead, install your new source environment in the classic manner, from the VCDs found on the Oracle Support Cloud (previously called e-delivery).

 

--Multi Language considerations

At this time, the delivered upgrade source images are English-only.

 

On the PeopleSoft Upgrade Source Images Home Page (Doc ID 1552580.1), in the Comments box in the chart, there is text that says:

... This upgrade source image is for ENGLISH-ONLY customers.If you use or require multi-lingual functionality,

then you must install the Demo Database using the classic installation method. See the installation home page for your application for more information.

 

However, there are other upgrades, where the comment box text says:

You can use this upgrade source image for ALL platforms and languages currently certified for the <specific upgrade>.  If you use or require multi-lingual functionality, review Getting Started on Your PeopleSoft Upgrade (Doc ID: 739129.1) for additional instructions that need to be performed on the upgrade source image.

 

...which are...

 

If your Upgrade Source Image is listed as being supported for multilingual upgrades and you are a multilanguage customer, you will need to perform the following instructions to complete your source image for use in the upgrade:

 

1. Install a complete codeline from the CDs, including all of your licensed languages, after installing the delivered upgrade source image.

 

2. Load your non-English licensed languages into the Upgrade Source Image. The delivered upgrade source image is English-only.

The delivered translations are on the same PeopleTools patch and application maintenance level as the source

image, so you will want to load the translations into your database prior to applying any PeopleTools maintenance.

 

--Not using the Oracle database platform 

You can use the upgrade source image, but will also need to download the virtual CD from Oracle Software Delivery Cloud and then install the full codeline for use with your upgrade.

 

Alternatives to Using an Upgrade Source

Can the regular Pum Image (PI) also called PeopleSoft Image, be used for the Upgrade Source?

  1. See E-PUM: Can the PUM Image be Used as SOURCE Database During Upgrade? (Doc ID 1581790.1).

 

Platforms

For the latest upgrades, the images are delivered in formats:

--VirtualBox

--NativeOS - for Windows or Linux

    The  NativeOS downloads are for Linux and Windows sites. 

[The text in doc 1552580.1 says "Advanced Windows" but this was to have been edited to be "Windows".]  This download allows you to apply your PeopleSoft Update Image directly to your OS or a virtualization platform without having to use VirtualBox.

 

Required for Upgrade Patches

Why do the upgrade source images not contain all the required-for-upgrade patches?

Most likely there is a PUM Image (PI) or two released after the upgrade source image's GA date.

The PIA will contain the very latest required-for-upgrade patches created after the upgrade source image was released. 

 

The upgrade source images do not contain the upgrade template; these are delivered in the PI.

 

As of PeopleSoft PeopleTools 8.55, the application upgrade template is delivered within the most current Update Image. You will need to generate the template out of the most current update image since the upgrade template can only be downloaded via the upgrade package. You will need to define the required-for--upgrade packages and create the upgrade template before performing your application upgrade in Change Assistant.

 

Don't see the exact upgrade source image for the upgrade you want to do...?

 

Application differences

--Upgrade source is delivered on (example) PI 9, and you want to go to PI 10.  You can use the Upgrade source, perform the upgrade to PI 9, and then apply patches from PI 10.

 

A poor choice would be to apply PI 10 to the Upgrade Source, and then do the upgrade. The upgrade

was written to go to PI 9, not 10, and scripts or conversion programs might not be successful if you modify the upgrade path.

 

See Upgrade Certification Path on each upgrade home page:    E-UPG Understanding the Upgrade Certification Path section of an Upgrade Home Page (Doc ID 1970917.1).

  

PeopleTools release differences

 

--The minor Tools patches can be applied to an upgrade source.  Use the upgrade source just like

it had been installed in the classic manner.  The instructions are the Tools patch readme.

 

--Full Tools release   

**If your upgrade is certified** on a later PeopleTools release level than the Upgrade Source Image and you want to use the later PeopleTools release to upgrade, then you must upgrade the Upgrade Source Image to that certified PeopleTools release before beginning your upgrade.

 

To find if you upgrade is certified on the later PeopleTools release, locate the Upgrade Home Page for the upgrade desired, then the sub-section Upgrade Certification Path.

 

Can't find anything on MyOracle Support

 

A good place to start is the document Upgrading PeopleSoft? Start Here. (Doc ID 1587686.2), a tabbed document that contains links to all things Upgrade.  To locate the upgrade source images page from this document, navigate to tab PeopleSoft Upgrade >  General PeopleSoft Upgrade Resources,  section PeopleSoft Update Manager.   

 

To find your upgrade's Upgrade Home Page, start from Doc ID 1587686.2, then navigate to your application or PeopleTools > Upgrade Resources, section Upgrade Home Pages.

 

Have a question, want to be sure

 

Visit the Lifecycle Management PSFT Community.   We are glad to field your upgrade questions.

The PeopleTools Delta Change Package

 

What is it?

 

The Define Tools Delta Package component is a wizard used after a PeopleTools upgrade to create a Tools Delta Change Package that contains attributes or objects that were stripped away when the updates were applied to a previous release.

 

Who needs to create and apply it?

 

PeopleTools Upgrading sites who have applied Pum maintenance in the past, to their environment at its previous PeopleTools release.

This would apply to 9.2 applications.

 

How is the Delta Change Package created?

 

During a Change Package create, select Define Tools Delta Package, select From <full PeopleTools release> and To <full PeopleTools release>.

The change package will then be created -- note that it may contain additional bugs not yet applied to the target database.

 

For details, see PeopleBooks > PeopleTools > Change Assistant and Update Manager > Creating and Applying Object Delta Change Package.

 

What about application objects?

 

In the PeopleTools 8.55 upgrade documentation (posted to PeopleSoft PeopleTools 8.55 Upgrade Home Page (Doc ID 2070772.1)),

see task 4-10 Updating Application Objects. This chapter consists of wrap-up tasks, and applying the Tools Delta Package may be one of them as well as adding application objects.

 

The task instructions start out:  (asterisks are added for emphasis)

 

If a site has recently completed an application and PeopleTools upgrade, there **may be** additional fixes to be applied to your database to ensure compatibility of your application with the latest PeopleTools release.

 

This can mean application objects -- see document PeopleTools 8.55 Upgrade Impacts for PeopleSoft 9.2 Applications (Doc ID 2067985.1).

The PeopleTools Upgrade documentation also points to Creating and Applying Object Delta Change Package for PeopleTools, a section in the

Product documentation  for PeopleTools 8.55 > Change Assistant and Update Manager.  .  

 

FAQ

 

Q:  We have just upgraded People Tools from 8.53.10 to 8.55.04.

 

       As part of the upgrade process, we are generating the Tools delta change package against our upgraded database.

      Why is there no object delta change package generated?

 

A:  From your situation description, because the images used in previous maintenance were based on PeopleTools 8.53,

      they would not contain 8.55 objects. So there would not have been any 8.55 objects removed when updates

      were applied to the target database. Since there were no objects removed, there would be no objects to add back after

      the target was upgraded to PeopleTools 8.55.

 

Q:  If the target environment is on PT 8.53, and updates have been applied from a PUM image created with PT 8.55, is that different?

 

A:  Yes. When using an image based on PT 8.55 to apply updates to a target based on 8.53, the PT 8.55 specific objects would have

      been stripped out when applying maintenance to 8.53.

      If then you upgraded the 8.53 environment to 8.55, then the "Generate Object delta package" would bring back those

      previously removed objects.

 

Q:  Would like to know why we need to create and apply a Tools Delta Change Package if we are upgrading from PT8.53.26 to PT8.55.07.

      Does this preserve the old Ptools objects? Does this have anything to do with our customization of Tools objects?

 

A:  If you have applied maintenance that was created using PT 8.54 or 8.55 then any objects or fixes that had 8.54 or 8.55

     as pre-requisites would not have been applied to your environment.

 

        1. For those bug fixes that have a hard requirement of a higher PeopleTools release the bug fix would not be applied at all,

             so if you did a “All Updates Not Applied” change package those would now be included.

        2. However, those that had a soft requirement (meaning they would be still applied but any 8.54 or 8.55 objects would be stripped out of

             the fix) would have been applied so if you did    a “All Updates Not Applied” change package those would not show up

             since they have already been applied. The Tools Delta Change Package brings back those 8.54 and 8.55 objects that were previously stripped out.

 

Example scenarios

 

Example 1

If your environment was on PT 8.54, and you have applied application patches from a PUM image created on PT 8.55. 

There may have been attributes of objects stripped away, meaning, removed from the package to be applied to the target.

This is because those objects are unique to PT 8.55 and would not have a table for storage in PT 8.54.

 

Later you upgrade to PT 8.55.

Part of the upgrade tasks is to go back and create the PTools Delta Change Package to see if there were items not applied at that time.

If there are objects in that package, then it can be applied.  Your environment would then no longer be missing those objects.

 

If there are additional instructions solely for <your application> at the new Tools release, those should be followed as well.

 

Example 2

Say you were on PT 8.53 and upgraded the PeopleTools to PT 8.55. 

During this upgrade, there are no objects removed and not applied.  The PTools upgrade is completed, it is a PTools Only Upgrade.

Later you go to apply maintenance from a PUM Image created on PT 8.55, applying this to the newly upgraded PT 8.55 environment.

There is no need to create the PTools Delta Upgrade Change Package at this point. 

 

Example 3

We are at tools 8.53, HCM 9.2 PUM 006 and want to upgrade to 8.55 PUM 018.

Do we have to upgrade to tools 8.55 first then update to Pum image 018?

 

No, but if you plan to do both, it would make more sense to do the PT 8.55 upgrade first.

 

Why:  If you don’t, then objects and bug fixes that have a PT 8.55 requirement would not be applied.

You would then have to create and apply a PTools Delta Change Package, in order to have all the PT 8.55 objects on your environment.

 

Clarification of terms

 

"Tools delta package" is a step that need to be accomplished  after the PeopleTools upgrade is completed.

This redelivers bugs you have already applied, in order to get the bits of objects that were stripped out on the initial apply,

due to a PeopleTools limitation.

 

"All updates not yet applied"  is maintenance that can be applied at any time. This can include tax updates or a wide variety of application updates, fixes, or new features. 

 

"PeopleTools Upgrade Change Package"  is different than the Delta Change Package discussed here.  The Upgrade Change Package contains the upgrade template

and upgrade documentation.

 

Note that applying the PeopleTools Upgrade Change Package is not needed if a site is using DPK-deployed PeopleTools on Windows or Linux. 

 

For further information

 

Refer to PeopleBooks Product documentation for PeopleTools 8.55: Change Assistant and Update Manager, Upgrading PeopleTools, Creating and Applying Tools Delta Packages.

A link to this PeopleBooks section can also be found on the MOS PUM Home Page (Doc ID 1641843.2) section Learning about PeopleSoft Update Manager / What

is PeopleSoft Update Manager / PUM Overview.

The release of PUM Image #19 has resolved many enhancement bugs and related Ideas that were logged by our customers in the MOS Community Idea Space.

 

Some of the new functionality, for instance, provides customers with a simplified method to setup country specific name formats. Some examples of the issues resolved by the Global Name Enhancement functionality include the ability to enter name for a person with a mononym (one word name) and the ability to configure a country specific name type for countries, like Brazil, that use 2 last names.

 

For more information on this enhancement, please see the PeopleBook:

Setting Up Personal Information Foundation Tables > Setting Up Additional Name Information

 

Global Name Enhancement

Bug ID/ Patch ID List

22904236

24428130

24703923

22911048

24499098

24736760

24387959

24499416

22904033

24395781

24499903

24416293

24409825

24514369

24533679

 

 

For the full list PeopleSoft Update Manager HCM Image Content List, please access the homepage:

PeopleSoft Update Manager (PUM) Home Page (Doc ID 1641843.2)

Although many of you are familiar with PeopleSoft HCM’s mobile recruiting solution, the delivery of FLUID Candidate Gateway bears repeating.  The highly sought after FLUID Mobile Candidate Gateway functionality was released as an enhancement to Recruiting Solutions in PUM Image #18.  The new functionality allows customers to implement a mobile solution for applicants to search for open jobs, create their applicant profile, and submit applications for internal and external job postings.  A full list of patch numbers for use with Selective Adoption can be found in the PeopleSoft Update Manager Homepage Content List.  An easy way to locate these is to filter by the image number (9.2.018) and the product (PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Candidate Gateway).

 

In PUM Image #19, the newest feature delivered for Recruiting Solutions is the Applicant Diversity Pagelet and Pivot Grid. This feature delivers a mechanism that organizations can use to assist in evaluating recruitment practices and compliance with diversity programs, like affirmative action and equal opportunity employment.  The pagelet is available on the Recruiting Homepage and the pivot grid allows users to select different diversity types then filter by business unit, location, job code, recruiter, and much more.

 

For more information on this enhancement, please see the PeopleBook “Using Diversity Analytics”:

 

The patch for the Diversity Pagelet and Pivot Grid feature:

Bug 24382983 - APPLICANT DIVERSITY OVERVIEW: PAGELET

 

For the full list PeopleSoft Update Manager HCM Image Content List, please access the homepage:

PeopleSoft Update Manager (PUM) Home Page (Doc ID 1641843.2)

The PeopleSoft HCM Team is excited to announce the early release of PUM Image #19. 

 

The video highlights for PUM Image #19 can be seen here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WneVU9hBZt0

 

A popular enhancement request was delivered as a part of this image release to displays Vacant Positions within the FLUID My Team tile. 

The KM Article below details the patch number and an attachment on how to enable this functionality in your instance:

FLUID "My Team" Tile Does Not Show Vacant Positions (Doc ID 2133135.1)

 

There have been updates released from the Core HR Strategy Team on PeopleSoft’s plans and targeted releases for the following Legislative & Regulatory Requirement changes:

  1. New Form I-9
    1. UPDATED: Form I-9 (OMB No. 1615-0047) Expires On 3/31/2016 (Doc ID 2119948.1)
  2. EEO-1 Reporting Enhancements
    1. EEO1: EEOC Releases Proposed Rule To Collect Pay Data From Employers (Doc ID 2102782.1)

 

The Core HR Strategy Team is aware of both changes and the priority for delivery is based on the required implementation dates from each regulatory agency (USCIS & EEOC).  Currently the priority is to deliver the new Form I-9, then the changes to the EEO-1 Report.   

For more information and the full updates, please review the Knowledge Article for each topic.

 

  
  
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Check out the just released video on PeopleSoft Fluid HCM Guided Self Service - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywR_twtWxUw

 

PeopleSoft Fluid HCM Guided Self Service enables your Managers to perform daily HR tasks in a much smarter and efficient way. Your Managers can initiate an employee promotion or location change, using a desktop, laptop or smartphone.  Be sure to subscribe to the channel for new videos as they are released.

 

Oracle Open World is just around the corner, and you can see Marc Weintraub's New PeopleSoft Talk about Oracle Open World. https://youtu.be/WLsTdRfmznk.

 

Highlights from Image 18 can be found onhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kM0_fHqgPf0

Now Premiering:  The PeopleSoft Simplified Analytics Video Features Overview.  PeopleSoft Simplified Analytics is a powerful feature that enables users with many different roles to create contextual analytic reports and easily make informed decisions. Simplified Analytics is a new feature with PeopleTools 8.55 and Core HR was the first to deliver these analytics to managers (in Image 16 and 18).  The two nice features with Simplified Analytics are:

 

1) they are simple to create and use,  and

2) a manager never has to leave the page to view them (within a transaction they can access the analytic).

 

Watch the video here: https://youtu.be/pqAr44nqXp8

 

Be sure to subscribe to the PSFTOracle channel on YouTube for more of these helpful videos.

A search in MyOracle Support may not provide the most useful results, if the input libraries searched are incomplete.

 

Are you searching on an error or problem that might have been previously reported?  A problem that might be a known issue?

For best search results,  include the Bug database.

 

SearchBug.bmp

 

 

In the search above, the Knowledge Base, the MyOracle Support Communities, and the BUG database are selected as input libraries.  

 

Other useful optional input libraries are:

 

--The archive knowledge base

--Documentation (=PeopleBooks)

 

SearchBug2.bmp

    searching in 3 libraries:  it is a known issue?

 

The search can be made more selective by entering Product, Release, and a date range of last update.

 

You can also do this by using the product line breadcrumbs that appear with each result. Just click on any one of the

breadcrumbs to filter the result set to show documents only for what you selected:

 

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The more specific your search, the more likely that the search results would include the most useful items.

Or that the best results would appear near the top of the result list.  

 

In the example above, a  PowerView is utilized.  PowerViews can be used to narrow down a search to the Product Line.

They can be set for use as the default search setting.

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Campus Solutions Bundle 42 has been posted to My Oracle Support, and the corresponding Master Note for this bundle is also now available.

 

If you follow the link to the recently posted Campus Solutions CS 9 Bundle #42 - Master Note for Questions or Problems with Patchset 21385031 (https://support.oracle.com/epmos/faces/DocumentDisplay?id=2128036.1Doc ID 2160024.1) you will find a great deal of reference material and a long list of “no problems found” entries.  While we hope that we never find any problems to list in this document, you can alleviate a lot of headaches stemming from the application of this recently posted bundle by reviewing this master note during your planning phase.

 

The intention of a Master Note for a Campus Solutions Bundle is to provide you with information regarding problems or issues with the application of the bundle, including any functional issues that have been reported and believed to be the result of applying this bundle.  In the Master Note, you will find sections for:

 

  • General Information on documentation, policy and the contents of the bundle
  • Problems applying the bundle, which will be continuously updated for any issues reported to Support
  • Functional problems attributed to this bundle in any of the Campus Solutions products

 

Before you apply this bundle, please review this master note and bookmark (by clicking the hollow yellow star next to the document title) it so that you can quickly revisit it during your planning and implementation phases.  If you are planning to apply any other bundles to your Campus Solutions product, please be sure to review the corresponding master notes, which can significantly decrease the time and effort involved with the application of maintenance.

 

Please also see these important links for further information and documentation:

 

On June 23, 2016, the United Kingdom (UK) held a referendum and made the decision to leave the European Union (EU). However, the referendum itself was advisory, rather than legally binding. To trigger an exit from the EU, the UK government needs to invoke Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon, the EU legislation governing a potential breakup. Read more about this and what you need to do to prepare your FSCM application in Document 2155122.1 (Updating PeopleSoft FSCM for United Kingdom exit of the European Union).

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