PeopleSoft Query Reporting Rel 8.53

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This two-day course covers basic and advanced functions of PeopleSoft Query. You learn how to design reports that use criteria to filter data or that use predefined online calculations. You also learn to create reports with runtime prompts that build flexibility and reusability into your reports and decrease your report design time. In addition, you learn to schedule queries to run while you are away so that your reports always run on time.The Query Advanced portion of this course teaches you to create complex online reports. You learn advanced techniques to view the exact data that you need, use expressions to perform configurable online calculations, and combine data from unrelated tables or multiple queries to return one set of data.Students Will Learn To: Filter output with criteria and runtime prompts; Work with multiple tables and summary calculations; Perform administrative tasks; Create expressions, drilling URLs, Any-Joins, and Outer-Join; Use sub queries, unions, and Connected Query; Use Query Manager

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Basic knowledge of PeopleSoft navigation, PeopleSoft concepts, and PeopleSoft Architecture Basic knowledge of relational databases, effective-date, translated values, trees, key fields, and prompt tables.

Target Audience: 

End Users Project Manager Reports Developer


Describe query reporting Use Query Manager Create simple queries Filter outputs with criteria Filter output with runtime prompts Work with multiple tables Use summary calculations Perform administrative tasks Create expressions Use drilling URLs in PS Query Implement Any Joins Use sub queries Work with unions Perform outer-joins Use Connected Query

Using Query Manager Searching for Existing Queries Editing Existing QueriesCreating a Simple Query Selecting Query Output and Editing Query Properties Editing Field Properties Removing Duplicate Data Publishing and Using Query FeedFiltering Output with Criteria Adding Criteria to Queries Refining Criteria Using Multiple Criteria Statements Using the Effective Date Field as CriteriaFiltering Output with Runtime Prompts Describing Runtime Prompts Creating Runtime Prompts Creating Multiple Runtime PromptsWorking with Multiple Tables Describing the Purpose of Joins Using Record-Hierarchy and Related-Record JoinsUsing Summary Calculations Describing Aggregate Functions and Having Criteria Using Predefined Aggregate Functions Using Having CriteriaPerforming Administrative Tasks Running a Query from Query Viewer Scheduling a Query Modifying Query Performance and UseCreating 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 ExpressionsDrilling 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 DefinedImplementing Any Joins Explaining Any Joins Creating Any JoinsUsing 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 queryWorking with Unions Describing Unions Using Literals as Placeholder Fields Creating Unions Viewing Union SQLPerforming an Outer Join Describing Outer Joins Creating Standard Outer JoinsUsing Connected Query Describing Connected Query Using Connected Query Quick Start Using Connected Query Manager Using Connected Query Viewer Using Connected Query Scheduler