Thursday, March 6, 2008


Tips and Tricks for PeopleSoft Developers

There is a wealth of information for PeopleSoft Developers out there. Check this blog, and you will be surprised to see the amount of resolutions/ technical information available in the monthly archives. The latest section for March,08 features the following:

- Master resolution on information regarding error message: “[TREENAME] is undefined, inactive, or invalid. (28,21)” in nVision.

- How to run the Tree Utility Tree Audit to check for Tree Corruption

- What does the Tree Utility tree Audits through the web check for?

- What are the steps to get current custom queries from Production database?

- E-NV: Error running nvision ‘Tree undefined, inactive or invalid’

PeopleSoft Coding samples

Click here for Jeromy McMahon’s Peoplesoft/Oracle blog that has some coding samples for HCM, SA mods, good scripts for Performance tuning and great sample SQL for capturing PS Payroll and HR tables within PeopleSoft.

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