PeopleSoft Application Developer I: PeopleTools & PeopleCode Exam

PeopleSoft Application Developer I: PeopleTools & PeopleCode

The PeopleSoft Application Developer I: PeopleTools & PeopleCode (1Z0-241) exam is designed for individuals who possess a strong foundation and expertise in developing, implementing and customizing PeopleSoft Applications. This certification exam covers topics such as:  Organizing Data, Validating Data, Building Applications, Understanding PeopleCode Events, Using PeopleCode Development Tools, and more. Up-to-date training and field experience are recommended.

The PeopleSoft PeopleTools Implementation Specialist certification recognizes OPN members as OPN Certified Specialists. This certification differentiates OPN members in the marketplace by providing a competitive edge through proven expertise. This certification helps the OPN member’s partner organization qualify for the PeopleSoft PeopleTools Specialization.



Exam Number:
1Z0-241
Duration:
105 minutes
Associated Certifications:
PeopleTools Developer Certified Expert
OPN Certified Specialist
Number
of Questions:
80
Exam Price:
US$ 245
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Passing
Score:
64%
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Recommended Training Additional Information & Resources Exam Topics Fraudulent Activity Policy


Recommended Training
PeopleSoft Application Developer I Exam Study Guide (PDF)
OPN Guided Learning Path:
PeopleSoft PeopleTools 8.50 I Implementation Specialist
Oracle University Training:
PeopleSoft PeopleTools I Rel 8.50

PeopleTools II Rel 8.50
PeopleSoft PeopleCode Rel 8.50

This exam has been validated against Rel. 8.48, 8.50 and 8.51

 

 

Additional Information & Resources

Exam Retake Policy
Specialization Catalog (PDF) for all launched and planned Specializations
Product Mapping to Specialization (XLS)
More Training Opportunities for Oracle Partners


 

 

Exam Topics

PeopleTools I


Navigating PeopleSoft Applications

  • Access, enter and modify information in PeopleSoft applications
  • Use PeopleBooks to find information

Explaining PeopleSoft Architecture

  • Describe the structure of PeopleSoft databases.
  • Explain basic data transfer in PeopleSoft Pure Internet Architecture
  • Identify the requirements for the development environment

Organizing Data

Validating Data

  • Given a scenario, select the appropriate validation type in PeopleSoft applications

Developing Applications by Using the Eight Steps

  • Explain the steps of PeopleSoft application development

Designing the Application

Defining Fields

  • Use Application Designer to create and manage field definitions
  • Use Application Designer to create and manage translate values

Creating Record Definitions

  • Use Application Designer to create and manage record definitions

Building SQL Tables

  • Use Application Designer to create and maintain database structures

Creating Page Definitions

  • Use Application Designer to create and manage page definitions

Defining Components

  • Use Application Designer to create and manage component definition

Registering Components

  • Use Application Designer to register a component definition

Testing an Application

  • Test and troubleshoot common development errors in basic applications

Editing the Registry Structure

  • Manage Portal Registry structures. (Manage the PeopleSoft Portal Registry)

Creating Menu Definitions

  • Use Application Designer to create and manage menu definitions

Analyzing the Impact of Design Changes

  • Identify the impact of changing definition properties on an application

Building Applications

Searching Applications by Using the Verity Search Engine

  • Use the Verity Search engine to search PeopleSoft applications
  • Create and maintain a Verity search collection

Performing Data Audits

  • Use Application Designer to audit PeopleSoft applications

Importing and Exporting Projects

  • Use Application Designer to create and manage projects

PeopleTools II


Using Views in PeopleSoft Applications

  • Use Application Designer to create and maintain SQL views
  • Use Application Designer to create and maintain Query views

Creating Summary Pages Using Views

  • Use Application Designer to create and manage summary pages
  • UsingCreating and Using Search Records
  • Create and manage component search records
  • Create and manage component add search records
  • UsingUsing Views as Prompt Table Edits
  • Create and manage views that take advantage of prompting mechanics

Explaining TableSet Sharing

  • Set up and maintain TableSet sharing

Creating Parent-Child Relationships

  • Use Application Designer to enforce referential integrity

Explaining Buffer Allocation

  • Describe buffer allocation and its impact on performance

Creating Sub records and Sub pages

  • Create and maintain sub records
  • Create and maintain sub pages

Using Deferred Processing

  • Choose a processing mode based on a given scenario

Introducing PeopleCode in an Application


Using Objects in PeopleCode


Creating Custom Objects with Application Classes


Using Images in PeopleSoft Applications

  • Use Application Designer to manage image definitions
  • Use Application Designer to manage image field definitions

Designing Pages Using Style Sheets

  • Use Application Designer to manage stylesheet definitions
  • Apply stylesheets in PeopleSoft applications

Designing More Advanced Pages

  • Create, maintain, and use message catalog entries
  • Use Application Designer to create and maintain hyperlinks on pages

PeopleCode


Technology Overview

  • Explain how PeopleCode is used

Using PeopleCode Development Tools

  • Choose the best PeopleTools definition with which to associate a program
  • Use the PeopleCode Editor locate, open, create, and edit programs
  • Use the PeopleCode debugger to observe program execution

Describing the Component Processor

  • Trace the Component Processor flow
  • Identify PeopleCode search events
  • Identify PeopleCode component build events
  • Identify PeopleCode field action events
  • Identify PeopleCode row action events
  • Identify PeopleCode save action events

Writing PeopleCode Programs

  • Write PeopleCode statements
  • Use conditional statements
  • Use looping statements

Understanding PeopleCode Events

  • Match PeopleCode programs to the correct events

Using PeopleCode Variables

  • Create user-defined PeopleCode variables
  • Use system variables
  • Incorporate derived/work fields into PeopleSoft applications

Using Built-In Functions

  • Use built-in functions

Writing PeopleCode Functions

  • Write external PeopleCode functions.

Explaining the Component Buffer

  • Determine the order of execution of PeopleCode programs based on buffer allocation rules

Accessing Data in the Component Buffer

  • Process rows in the component buffer using loops

Programming With Object- Oriented PeopleCode

  • Write object-oriented PeopleCode programs

Referencing Data in the Component Buffer

  • Define the data buffer classes.
  • Instantiate the data buffer access classes
  • Traverse the data buffer

Creating Custom Objects with Application Classes

  • Describe application classes
  • Organize application classes using application packages

Using Data Buffer Methods

  • Use object-oriented methods manipulate the data buffer

Executing SQL in PeopleCode

  • Use SQL to read and modify data tables

Query, Crystal and Process Scheduler

  • Query
  • Use PeopleSoft Query Manager to extract information from PeopleSoft application data tables
  • Use Query Access Groups to secure and access record definitions
  • Create, edit, and manage queries using Query Manager

Crystal

  • Configure Crystal Reports to use PeopleSoft application data
  • Create and manage reports in Crystal Reports for PeopleSoft
  • Schedule and distribute Crystal Reports by using the PeopleSoft Process Scheduler

Process Scheduler

  • Configure and run a process using PeopleSoft Process Scheduler
  • Use the Process Monitor to assess the status of a process
  • Create, edit, and manage the elements of a process

 

 

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