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Match Delay Days

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Struggling with a large number of match exceptions?  Don’t forget about the setting Match Delay Days to hold off the No Receipt Found match exception. This setting will also reduce the match exception noise and allow for shipping transit days.  Often times this particular match rule is the highest match exception among all of the rules.  An easy way to leverage the delivered EDI Match Delay Days in the matching process is to add the SQL logic on-line in the Match Rule definition and utilize the Match Delay Days defined per supplier location or voucher origin code, or at the highest level, the AP BU definition.

Below is a screen shot at the AP Business Unit definition.

Screen shot at the voucher origin page.

Screen shot at the supplier location setup.

For both the supplier location and vouchering options page, you can select to default from the higher level or choose to set the match exceptions at this level.

If you have any questions about the Match Delay Days setting or any other PeopleSoft related questions please reach out to us.

Long Live Elasticsearch!

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As of the 1st of May 2018, Elasticsearch is the only search engine supported for PeopleSoft 9.2 applications and it is the only search engine that can be used with PeopleTools 8.56. Oracle’s Secure Enterprise Search (SES) is no longer a supported option for use with PeopleSoft. Oracle posted a reminder on their blog; https://blogs.oracle.com/peopletools/elasticsearch-the-only-search-engine-supported-for-peoplesoft-as-of-may-1st.

Oracle continues its focus on improving the user experience and giving PeopleSoft a look and feel similar to the common apps people use every day so Elasticsearch allows a more intuitive way to find information throughout the PeopleSoft application. Before long we will be hearing about Chatbots, Blockchain, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.

Click here to check out our other blogs to learn more about the search engine.

If you have any PeopleSoft questions, be sure to reach out to us.

Oracle Open World 2018 Registration is Open!

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Registration for Oracle Open World 2018 is open. San Francisco will be rocking from Monday, October 22nd through Thursday, October 25th. There are a couple of items to note about Oracle Open World this year (in case you have an early OOW notification). First, the date for Open World has been changed. The new dates […]

PEOPLESOFT IS ALIVE AND WELL

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ORACLE LIFETIME SUPPORT POLICY Did you hear? Oracle announced a change to the Oracle Lifetime Support policy for PeopleSoft applications that further illustrates their commitment to PeopleSoft.  As of June 2018, Oracle has no plans to end PeopleSoft investment or support. Oracle has adjusted the Oracle Lifetime Support policy and intends to provide Premier Support […]

PeopleSoft Innovators

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Congratulations to the newest PeopleSoft Innovators! While attending Quest’s Collaborate 2018, Rebekah Jackson, VP PeopleSoft Strategy & Product Management, announced the latest organizations who earned recognition as PeopleSoft Innovators. The group included three of MIPRO’s customers: Adventist Health System, Black Hills Corporation and Intermountain Healthcare. While MIPRO was not directly involved in the innovations these […]

The Mystery of the Missing Equipment Parts List

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A while back I shared the not-so-hidden treasure of Equipment Parts List (EPL) (click here if you missed the blog). I found that many users were creating very broad lists that really didn’t allow them the most effective use of the functionality or lists would be created, but when trying to tie it to an […]

Preventive Maintenance Linking Schedule

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Preventive Maintenance Linking functionality allows for multiple preventive maintenance jobs for the same asset to be structured in such a way as to avoid multiple work orders and overlap of the same steps. Let’s take an HVAC unit for example. A quarterly job may be to do a general overview of the equipment and to […]

It takes too long!!! Advanced Line Search is Here to Help!

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In PeopleSoft 9.2, an Advanced Line Search feature was added to address the search issue for both requisitions and purchase orders. One of the things that I hear quite often is people complaining that it takes too long to load a requisition or purchase order when they want to review or work on a particular […]

Mobile Technician with Fluid is Here

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I am so excited! I’m doing a happy dance and I know that technicians world-wide are going to be dancing in the streets. Ok, well maybe not quite so much, but they’ll give it a good solid thumbs-up. Here are a few screen shots and explanations of the Mobile Technician application to peek your curiosity. […]

New – Time and Labor Fluid Functionality

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Have you experienced the new enhancements to the Time and Labor Fluid functionality with HCM Image 22? There are now Time and Labor Manager Self-Service Fluid pages for: Reporting Time Viewing Weekly Time Viewing Payables Time Viewing Leave Balances New navigation collections for Employee Self-Service and Manager Self-Service Team Time On the Employee Self-Service Homepage, […]

Oracle’s Advisor Webcast: PeopleSoft Payroll for North America Tax Update 18-B

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Don’t miss Oracle’s Advisor Webcast: PeopleSoft Payroll for North America Tax Update 18-B General Information Session. This one hour session is recommended for functional and technical users who are responsible for applying and testing PeopleSoft Payroll for North America Tax Updates. The Webcast is scheduled for Tuesday, April 24, 2018 10:00 AM (US Pacific Time). […]

Equipment Parts Lists

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While Equipment Parts Lists may not be as hidden as other gems I’ve discussed – this one is often delayed due to internal discussions of ownership and maintenance. Equipment Parts Lists, or EPLs as they’re called, are valuable time savers to technicians on the ground. However, the time and labor to set them up and […]