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Nevada goes AAWS with File Parser

Session Number: 30073
Track: Admissions
Sub-Categorization: Web applications
Session Type: Case Study
Tags: AAWS, File Parser, web application
Primary Presenter: Richard Wood [Recruitment & Admissions Manager - University of Nevada, Reno]
Time: Mar 19, 2012 (04:30 PM - 05:30 PM)
Room: Ryman Studio HI

Learning Objectives from Session: Identifying staging tables
Identifying fields
Creating a context definition
Creating a file mapping definition
How the data looks in management components

Product: PeopleSoft
Version Presenting: PS 9.0
Level of Customization: None or N/A
Level of Partner Integration: Institution Alone
Project Phase: Production
Project Go Live: Q3 2011
Target Audience: All
Audience Level: Intermediate
Your Training in this Area: AD Module Lead
CC Module Co-Lead

Description:  Can you really implement the Admissions Application Web Services (AAWS) using a third party application vendor and File Parser as delivered? Can a functional person accomplish a majority of the setup? The University of Nevada, Reno did.

This session will discuss the implementation process from identifying the staging tables, required fields and “pseudo-required” fields, to creating your mapping definition and using the AAWS constituent and application transaction components. Nevada will share tips and tricks; and lessons learned to help other institution implement this exciting, powerful feature set.




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