PeopleSoft Workshops

Pre-registration for these events are required during conference registration. Only customers registering through the Quest registration portal qualify. If you have already registered, add additional functions in myConference, the online registration management tool, or via email through registration@questdirect.org.

Workshop Schedule

PeopleSoft Test Framework 8.56 Automated Query Testing

Sunday, April 22, 2018  //  9:00 am - 12:00 pm

New to PeopleSoft Test Framework 8.56 is the ability to drive a test directly from the results of a query. With this feature, you will be able to execute a PeopleSoft Query from the PTF client at back-end, and run a test using the results to populate test data. Now, your quality assurance engineers will have a much easier time building test cases that are portable and can execute many times, regardless of the state of the test data. This is a hands-on training session, so bring your laptop to participate in exercises.

If you are planning to attend this workshop please make sure that you have the proper instructions from your IT department on how to disconnect from your companies Virtual Private Network (VPN) software. We will be utilizing Remote Desktop Connection which will not connect over or through your company VPN. This will prohibit you from successfully logging in for the hands-on session.


Cloud is the New Sheriff In Town, and Changing the Way You Implement

Sunday, April 22, 2018  //  12:30 pm - 2:45 pm

Cloud implementation projects are markedly different from the traditional on premise versions and require organizations to pay added attention to the project launch. Starting a project with an understanding of the business need, vision, organizational buy-in, and enthusiasm is key to the project’s overall success. This workshop will provide attendees with tools and techniques to design an effective Cloud launch program.


Creating Fluid Pages

Sunday, April 22, 2018  //  12:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Through hands-on activities, students will gain experience and confidence building Fluid pages. Activities include building a Fluid page using the standard and two-column layouts, using delivered class names for layout, using PeopleCode to initialize the layout, and much more. Because this is a hands-on training class, bring your laptop to participate in exercises. This course is designed for Functional Business Analysts as well as Developers.


Lift and Shift Your Environment to the Oracle Cloud

Sunday, April 22, 2018  //  12:30 pm - 4:30 pm

In this session, you gain a high-level understanding of the process to take your existing operational onsite environment and have it run successfully in Oracle Cloud. Learn the general overall migration strategy to capitalize on the benefits of scalability, agility, and cost-efficiency of having your business environment in Oracle Cloud.


PeopleSoft WorkCenters and Activity Guides 8.55

Sunday, April 22, 2018  //  1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

This is a hands-on class around PeopleSoft WorkCenters and Activity Guides. We will provide an overview of PeopleSoft WorkCenters and Activity Guides using PeopleTools 8.55. Provide an understanding best business practice for developing and deploying PeopleSoft WorkCenters and Activity Guides. We then will provide a demonstration on developing and deploying PeopleSoft WorkCenters and Activity Guides with PeopleTools 8.55 as well as test your new PeopleSoft WorkCenter and Activity Guide.

If you are planning to attend this workshop please make sure that you have the proper instructions from your IT department on how to disconnect from your companies Virtual Private Network (VPN) software. We will be utilizing Remote Desktop Connection which will not connect over or through your company VPN. This will prohibit you from successfully logging in for the hands-on session.


Using Fluid to Build Better-than-breadcrumbs Navigation

Thursday, April 26, 2018  //  8:30 am - 12:00 pm

The most common reason organizations retain Classic instead of migrating to Fluid is navigation. Users love their Classic breadcrumbs and do not appreciate the Navbar. Through hands-on activities, students will learn how to build next-generation navigation that rivals breadcrumbs. This is a hands-on training session, so bring your laptop to participate in exercises. This course is for subject matter experts, functional business analysts, developers, and administrators.