Thursday, March 20, 2008

Essbase, PeopleSoft, Financials, JD Edwards

Essbase Book Out Soon

The Look Smarter Than You Are blog is announcing that the similarly named book Look Smarter Than You Are with Essbase, is coming out soon. Judging from the blog, this will be an amusing, smart-alecky kind of book, but with solid technical grounding.

PeopleSoft: One Baby Step After Another

The Grey Sparling PeopleSoft Expert's Corner blog has a nice step by step guide to 'improving your end-users' ability to get meaningful information out of PeopleSoft'.
Is it just me, or does Grey Sparling sound like a fish? I can imagine a sentence in The Old Man and the Sea: 'The old man turned back toward the docks. The grey sparling were running, but his heart wasn't in the fishing that day...'

PSST0101 blog has an entry (with references to other blog how-to's) on how to read PeopleCode from a PeopleSoft database.

EBS: Financials

OracleAppsBlog has a nice set of technical questions to ask your Financials consultants before hiring them here. That's fine, but what if you have already hired them? Perhaps you could conceal their paycheck inside a puzzle-box that can only be opened by answering the questions?

JD Edwards and Demantra

Over at the JD Edwards Advisor blog there's a good update on JD Edwards and Demantra integration.

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