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PEOPLESOFT-QUERY-XML PUBLISHER

Using Query Manager

  • Searching for Existing Queries
  • Editing Existing Queries

Creating a Simple Query

  • Selecting Query Output and Editing Query Properties
  • Editing Field Properties
  • Removing Duplicate Data
  • Publishing and Using Query Feed

Filtering Output with Criteria

  • Adding Criteria to Queries
  • Refining Criteria
  • Using Multiple Criteria Statements
  • Using the Effective Date Field as Criteria

Filtering Output with Runtime Prompts

  • Describing Runtime Prompts
  • Creating Runtime Prompts
  • Creating Multiple Runtime Prompts

Working with Multiple Tables

  • Describing the Purpose of Joins
  • Using Record-Hierarchy and Related-Record Joins

Using Summary Calculations

  • Describing Aggregate Functions and Having Criteria
  • Using Predefined Aggregate Functions
  • Using Having Criteria

Performing Administrative Tasks

  • Running a Query from Query Viewer
  • Scheduling a Query
  • Modifying Query Performance and Use

Creating Expressions

  • Defining Query Expression
  • Creating Simple Expressions
  • Using Expressions in Criteria
  • Using Links in Expressions
  • Using Prompts in Expressions
  • Using Aggregates in Expressions
  • Using Literals in Expressions

Drilling URLs in PeopleSoft Query

  • Describing Drilling URLs in PeopleSoft Query
  • Viewing and Editing Expression Properties
  • Running Queries that Have Drilling URLs Defined
  • Scheduling Queries that Have Drilling URLs Defined

Implementing Any Joins

  • Explaining Any Joins
  • Creating Any Joins

Using Sub-queries

  • Explaining Sub-queries
  • Creating a Single-Value Sub-query
  • Creating an In-List or Not-In-List Sub-query
  • Creating a Exits or Does-Not-Exist Sub-query

Working with Unions

  • Describing Unions
  • Using Literals as Placeholder Fields
  • Creating Unions
  • Viewing Union SQL

Performing an Outer Join

  • Describing Outer Joins
  • Creating Standard Outer Joins

Using Connected Query

  • Describing Connected Query
  • Using Connected Query Quick Start
  • Using Connected Query Manager
  • Using Connected Query Viewer
  • Using Connected Query Scheduler

Setting Up XML Publisher

  • Defining System Properties and Fonts
  • Setting Up XML Publisher Permissions
  • Setting Up Report Manager
  • Defining Report Categories
  • Downloading Design Plug-ins

Creating and Registering Data Sources

  • Describing Data Sources
  • Creating Query-Based Data Sources
  • Creating XML File Data Source
  • Registering XML File Data Sources

Creating Templates

  • Describing Template Types
  • Creating RTF Templates
  • Using Table Wizard

Defining XML Publisher Reports

  • Creating a Report Definitions
  • Associating Templates
  • Defining Report Output
  • Setting Report Properties
  • Setting Report Viewing Security
  • Creating a Report Definition Based on PDF Template
  • Bursting Reports

Running and Viewing Query-Based XML Publisher Reports

  • Running Reports in Query Report Viewer
  • Scheduling PS Query Reports
  • Locating and Viewing XML Publisher Reports
  • Using Reporting Console

Implementing Sub-Templates and Template Translations

  • Creating Reusable Sub-Template Definitions
  • Using Content Library
  • Maintaining Template Translations

Using Additional RTF Techniques

  • Using Connected Query Data Source
  • Using Time Zones
  • Using Drilling URL Query

Running Reports Using PeopleCode

  • Running Reports Using PeopleCode
  • Running Reports from Application Engine
  • Creating Application Engine to Create File and Run Report