Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Microsoft Oracle and PeopleSoft White papers

This site provides the white papers specifically targeting Oracle PeopleSoft Enterprise Customers using Microsoft technologies for e.g. Share Point server, SQL Server. It also offers tips and techniques and provided a step by step instruction for integrating share point portal with PeopleSoft using web services.

Microsoft - Oracle - PeopleSoft white papers

Following are some of the interesting white papers that customers can take advantage of.

  • Connecting Microsoft Office InfoPath 2003 to PeopleSoft
  • Connecting PeopleSoft and Microsoft Excel using the Information Bridge Framework
  • Integrating Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2007 with PeopleSoft Enterprise Applications
  • Peoplesoft Performance Tuning on Microsoft SQL Server
  • PeopleSoft Red Paper: Microsoft SQL Server Tuning Tips for PeopleSoft 8.x
  • Connecting to PeopleSoft Web Services with Microsoft Visual Studio .NET
  • Connecting Microsoft Office InfoPath 2003 to Peoplesoft


You may also want to look at following Oracle Open World 2007 Session PDF file.

Integrating PeopleSoft Applications with Microsoft Oracle. (Steve Fox from Microsoft presented the session).

He demonstrated how to use Microsoft Visual studio 2008 Office programming to connect outlook with PeopleSoft back end data. Demo showed a form in outlook that displayed recruitment information from PeopleSoft in outlook.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

I am in ERP industry from last 8 years and found lot of new technologies and enhancements. Now a days latest is Oracle fusion and SAP modules. One more point, I felt from Customer view, is about vendor selection. I read lot of articles on internet and got lot about different parameters that company uses.

As Blogs industry is growing, I really that being integrated with ERP softwares and that will make all users interactive, while using application. In case you are interested to see major differences between Oracle or SAP then read the article on website. I am not sure who is maintaining this site but looks like more PeopleSoft training covered on it.