#28 – DPK Successes and Shortcomings

Dan and Kyle talk about tabs versus spaces, Kyle’s File Attachment migration, and three new segments we’re adding to the show. Then Dan discusses his recent DPK successes and DPK shortcomings from his PeopleTools 8.55 upgrade.

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Show Notes

  • Date “T” trick @ 2:00
  • Tabbing Personalization @ 4:00
  • Vim casts.org @ 8:30
  • tabs v. spaces @ 13:45
  • Kyle’s File Attachment migration @ 16:00
  • Three new segments @ 35:00
    • Oh No! Stories
    • How do you do it?
    • Adventures in MOS
    • Leave a voice mail with your story: 1-810-772-4654 ( or 1-810-psaio-54)
  • How you do it: Managing SQL files @ 41:00
  • Dan shares his DPK successes and shortcomings @ 46:00


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