Astute’s FasTest for PTF Accelarates PeopleSoft Testing for Global Non- Profit Organization

Case study on Test Automation using FasTest Test Automation powered by PeopleSoft Test Framework (PTF) 8.55 Summary:  Leading US based Non-profit organization realizes time and cost benefits by adopting Test Automation solution for 23 modules across PeopleSoft Financials and Supply Chain (FSCM) and Human Capital Management (HCM) for their 9.2 application

Fluid UI Tips and Techniques: How to Add PeopleSoft FSCM Fluid Navigation Collection to the Fluid Navigator

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PeopleSoft FSCM Navigation Collection is available on FLUID as of Image 20. This includes all the PeopleSoft FSCM modules under one collection. One or more of these modules can be added on Fluid Homepage as well as Fluid Navigator. Below are the steps to add a PeopleSoft Module from

Exploring What’s new in Peoplesoft FSCM Fluid Approvals

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With increased regulatory requirements, you need to support increasing levels of financial statements certification and external auditors assessment. This has caused changes in your business process to support additional layers of control over more and more of your financial activity. PeopleSoft fluid approvals enable you to easily configure and manage your

PeopleSoft Tips and Techniques: Granting access to your new custom WorkCenter

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Not able to grant access to your newly built custom WorkCenter? Faced this issue so often, finally decided to blog my findings in the interest of all those who are breaking their heads over this! 1. The delivered role that gives access to users to a workcenter is Workcenter/Dashboard user. This

Fluid Tips and Techniques: Adding a classic WorkCenter as a fixed tile on a Fluid Homepage

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When the time comes for a functional analyst to setup a fluid homepage for the end users, there are several design considerations that will need thought and deliberations. Questions like: – What should the landing page look like? How many tiles should go on the main homepage? Should we