Drop Zones and Other Special Forces Tactics to Go Vanilla

Session Number: 8120
Track: General Interest
Session Type: Tips and Tricks
Tags: Bolt-ons, Configuration, Drop zones, eForms, Enterprise Components, Event Mapping, Page and Field Configurator, People Tools, peopletools 8.57
Primary Presenter: Paul Taylor [President, CEO - Gideon Taylor Consulting LLC]
Time: Jul 23, 2019 (10:00 AM - 11:00 AM)
Room: DGA Ballroom AB

Learning Objectives: OBJECTIVE #1: Learn to use Drop Zones, Page and Field Configurator, and Event Mapping.
OBJECTIVE #2: Understand Oracle’s best practices recommendations regarding system modifications.
OBJECTIVE #3: Design an effective strategy to de-modify, using delivered tools and custom bolt-on applications.
Knowledge level: Intermediate
Prerequisites: None
Advance preparation: No advance preparation required
Field of Study: N/A
Your Training in this Area: Over 20 years of experience in PeopleSoft, software development, and business process automation. PeopleSoft certifications in the following: PeopleTools I and II, PeopleCode, Business Process Design, Time and Labor

Short Details:  Join us for a step-by-step walkthrough of how to implement Drop Zones, as well as two other “go vanilla” tools – Page and Field Configurator and Event Mapping. The second half of the session will focus on “go vanilla” strategy.

Details:  Oracle keeps delivering great new tools to help PeopleSoft clients “de-modify” their systems. The newest is Drop Zones, delivered in the newly-released PeopleTools 8.57.
We’ll give you a step-by-step walkthrough of how to implement Drop Zones, as well as two other “go vanilla” tools – Page and Field Configurator and Event Mapping.
The second half of the session will focus on “go vanilla” strategy. When does it make sense to use each of these tools? Is there still a “right time” for custom development? How do you implement a successful “bolt-on” strategy that minimizes upgrade impact, but still expands system value and targets unique requirements?
Come get the vision and the tools to implement Oracle’s best practices strategy to de-modify. Vanilla really is the best PeopleSoft flavor!

More Information: http://www.gideontaylor.com