#46 – OpenWorld 2016 Predictions

This week, Dan and Kyle discuss decommissioning software that isn’t used, PeopleCode documentation pet-peeves and how to start using Puppet before upgrading to 8.55. We end the episode with predictions for OpenWorld 2016.

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Show Notes

  • OOW 2016 @ :30
  • psadmin.io Community Benefits @ 1:30
  • Hidden psadmin menu option @ 6:00
  • Elasticsearch Release Date Change @ 8:00
  • Missing Trace Files @ 10:45
  • PeopleTools Delta Projects @ 15:00
  • PeopleCode PeopleTools Check @ 27:15

    #If #ToolsRel >= "8.54" #Then
       import PTPN_PUBLISH:PublishToWindow;
  • PeopleCode Documentation Pet-Peeve @ 31:45

  • Two Roles for Applying PUM Maintenance @ 35:45

  • Adventures in MOS: UPK Support with 8.55 @ 37:00

  • Decomissioning Software @ 39:00
  • SR to Bug @ 41:30
  • Getting Started with Rundeck and PeopleSoft @ 43:00
  • Getting Started with Puppet before Upgrading to 8.55 @ 44:45
  • OOW 2016 Predictions @ 52:30

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