PeopleSoft Time & Labor Tech Rules Rel 9.1

Course Fees: $4026.00 excl. GST
Printed Manual: $0.00 excl. GST
Course Duration: 3 days
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This three-day course provides participants with in-depth knowledge that covers the technical aspects of the PeopleSoft Time and Labor application. The class focuses primarily on the Time Administration process and rules creation.

Class participants gain a full understanding of the functionality before learning the technical aspects. The flexibility of the rules engine addresses the requirements of virtually all rules. Participants will gain invaluable hands-on knowledge in creating rules using the delivered templates, modifying rule templates, and using the on-line rule creation tools.

Participants will also create several rule programs comprising the different types of rules. Then they will process the rules through Time Administration. In addition, participants will create Application Engine programs and develop user exits directly in the rules application library. This class is essential for any technical members of a PeopleSoft Time and Labor implementation team.

Learn To:

  • Develop process flows in the Time and Labor application
  • Create template-built rules
  • Set up Time and Labor tables for implementation
  • Modify or create an existing rule using online tools, set up and view trace files, and use recommended troubleshooting procedures
  • Run the Time Administration batch process
  • Create Application Engine programs, and develop user exits directly in the Rules Application Library
  • Application Developers

  • Business Analysts

  • Developer

  • End Users

  • Functional Implementer

Suggested Prerequisites

  • Time and Labor functional knowledge
  • SQL knowledge
  • Application Messaging and Application Engine
  • Procedural/logical programming knowledge
No prerequisite, only suggested
  • Describe the major functional areas and process flows in the Time and Labor application.
  • Recognize core HRMS, Payroll, and Benefits tables and set up Time and Labor tables for implementation.
  • Describe the Time Administration batch process
  • Run Time Administration
  • List the methods available for creating rules
  • Create template-built rules
  • Modify an existing rule using online tools
  • Create a rule using online tools
  • Create Application Engine programs
  • Set up and view trace files
  • Develop user exits directly in the Rules Application Library
  • Use the recommended troubleshooting procedures

Setting Up PeopleSoft Time and Labor

Listing the Prerequisites to Set Up PeopleSoft Time and Labor

Establishing Time and Labor Setup Tables

Creating, Building, and Viewing Calendars

Setting Up Workgroups and Taskgroups

Setting Up Time and Labor Security

Setting Up Schedules

Using Referential Integrity and Validation

Describing the Role of Referential Integrity

Listing the Referential Integrity Triggers

Listing the Situations in Which Time Validation is Run

Defining Validation Criteria.

Understanding Time Administration

Outlining the Time Administration Batch Process

Describing the Application Engine Components of Time Administration

Running Time Administration and Viewing the Results

Using Rules and Rule Templates

Describing the Four Methods for Creating Rules

Identifying the Delivered Rule Templates

Creating Rules Using Delivered Rule Templates

Prioritizing Rules and Creating Rule Programs

Modifying an Existing Rule

Defining Rule Objects

Describing Working Tables

Creating a Template-built Rule

Describing the Steps to Modify an Existing Rule

Copying, Modifying, and Creating SQL Objects

Creating, Compiling, and Saving Rules

Adding Rules to Rule Programs

Attaching Rule Programs to Workgroups

Creating Rules Using Online Tools

Describing the Four Basic Elements that Comprise a Rule

Creating and Combining Actions and Conditions to Develop a Rule

Using SQL Objects to Create a Rule.

Identifying Relationship Definitions

Using Application Engine and User Exits
Identifying the Features of Application Engine (AE)

Analyzing an Application Engine Program

Analyzing an Application Engine Program

Viewing and Adjusting an Application Engine Program’s Properties

Developing a User Exit Rule Directly in the Rules Application Library


Configuring Time Administration Options

Viewing the Application Engine Message Log

Setting Up and Viewing an Application Engine Trace File

Run delivered Time and Labor Public Queries

Managing Temporary Tables

Identifying Tips to Troubleshoot Common Problems