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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

Custom Images for PeopleSoft Fluid Tiles

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As part of Fluid UI tips and techniques, in this blog post, I share simple steps to upload a custom image for a Fluid tile in PeopleSoft. Please note that the image format has to be SVG, to be used in a tile. Here you go: 1: Go to Main Menu >

PeopleSoft Fluid UI Tips and Techniques: Getting to know the setups behind

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As you start on your implementation path for fluid, you need to be aware of some fundamental setups that govern the behavior of your fluid front end. The 2 primary characteristics associated with PeopleSoft Fluid UI:- Adaptive:- System detects the device and generates the UI appropriate to that device

Fluid UI Tech Tips: Enabling Related Content Framework and Simplified Analytics

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Simplified Analytic feature enables users to create contextual reports when accessing an application page. Consider the example of the delivered fluid page for Supplier Watchlist. This feature enables users to embed related reports within the same page to allow users to view reports that are in context to the