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THESOFTWAREORDOCUMENTATION.Contents
Preface
OnlineSourcesofInformation..............................................................................ix
UsingOnlineSourceofInformation...................................................................................ix
Chapter 1
PeopleToolsArchitectureOverviewandSupportDefinitions........................................1
Understanding PeopleTools Architecture....................................................................1
Understanding PeopleTools.........................................................................................1 PeopleSoft Pure Internet Architecture.................................................2
DefiningPeopleSoft Components..................................................................................3Database Support................................................................................5
Defining PeopleTools Support..........................................................................................5
Understanding PeopleTools Support.....................................................................5
DefiningPeopleToolsCertification..................................................................................6Support Levels...................................................................................7
DefiningSupport Levelsfor Additional Software Components.................................................8
Chapter 2
ThePeopleSoftPureInternetArchitecture...............................................................9
Understanding the PeopleSoft Pure InternetArchitecture................................................9
Defining the Advantagesof Browser-Based Deployment...........................................................9
Describing End User WorkstationRequirements..................................................................10
Understanding the End User Workstation...............................................................11
DefiningtheCertifiedWebBrowserandClientOperatingSystems.........................................11
DefiningEnd User Workstation Hardware Requirements.............................................12End User W Software Requirements......................................................12
Defining Web Server Requirements for PeopleSoft Pure Internet Architecture........................13
Understanding the Web Server...................................................................................13
DefiningWeb Server SoftwareRequirements..........................................................13Web Server Hardware Requirements.................................................................14
Copyright © 2006, Oracle. All rights reserved. vContents
Chapter 3
ThePeopleToolsDevelopmentEnvironment...........................................................15
g the PeopleToolsDevelopment Environment..............................................Understandin ........15
Defining PeopleTools D Environment Hardware Requirements............................16ools Development En Software Requirements.....................................16
Chapter 4
rements.................................................................................ServerRequi ........19
Understanding Server Requirements........................................................................19
DefiningFileServerRequirements...................................................................................20
ingtheFileServer............................................................................Understand21
Defining File Server Hardware Requirements..................................................................21 File Server Software Requirements...........................................................21
atabase Server Requirements...................................................................Defining D ........21
Understanding the DatabaseServer.....................................................................21
DefiningDatabaseServerHardwareRequirements...........................................................22
DatabaseServerSoftwareRequirements....................................................Defining22
Defining ProcessScheduler (Batch) Server Requirements.......................................................23
Understanding the Process Scheduler Server..........................................................23
g ProcessScheduler Server Hardware Requirements........................................Definin ........24
Defining ProcessScheduler Software Requirements.........................................24
Defining Application Server Requirements..........................................................................25
tandingtheApplicationServer...................................................................Unders26
Defining Windows ApplicationServer Requirements..........................................................26 UNIX Application Server R......................................................28
ingDB2UDBforz/OSOptions.....................................................................Defin ........29
Describing Supported Server Configurationsby RDBMS.................................................30
DefiningMicrosoftSQLServerSupport.............................................................................30
standingMicrosoftSQLServer....................................................................Under30
Defining Microsoft SQL Server Hardware Requirements.....................................................31 SQL Software Requirements..............................................31
ning Supplemental Workstation R for Microsoft SQL Server......................Defi ........31
Defining Microsoft SQL Server Maintenance Levels...................................................32
Defining Oracle Support...............................................................................................32
erstandingOracle......................................................................................Und32
Defining Oracle Software Requirements........................................................................32 Supplemental Workstation Requirements for Oracle........................................32
ining DB2 UDB for z/OS Support.........................................................................Def ........33
Understanding DB2 UDB for z/OS.......................................................................33
vi Copyright © 2006, Oracle. All rights reserved.Contents
DefiningDB2 UDB for z/OS Hardware Requirements.........................................................33DB2 UDB for z/OS Software R.................................................34
DBforz/OSConfiguration..............................................................DefiningDB2 U ........35Supported Gateway Configurations...........................................................37
Defining DB2 UDB for Linux, UNIX, andWindows Support......................................................37
ng DB2 UDB for Linux, UNIX, andWindows.............................................Understandi37
Defining Supplemental Workstation Requirements for DB2 UDB for Linux, UNIX, and
Windows.............................................................................................................37
pplementalRequirementsfor DB2 UDB for Linux, UNIX, andWindows..............DefiningSu38
Defining InformixSupport.............................................................................................38
Understanding Informix....................................................................................38
nformixSoftware Requirements...............................................................DefiningI ........38SupplementalWorkstation Requirements for Informix......................................39
Defining Sybase Support..............................................................................................39
dingSybase.....................................................................................Understan39
DefiningSybaseSoftwareRequirements.......................................................................39
Defining Support for BusinessObjectsEnterprise XI......................................................39
ndingBusinessObjectsEnterpriseXI.........................................................Understa ........40
DefiningSystem Requirements for Crystal Reports XI................................................40
DefiningCertifiedReleasesofBusinessObjectsEnterpriseXI...............................................40
gSystem Requirements for BusinessObjects Enterprise XI.................................Definin40
DefiningSupported Platformsfor XI...........................................41Hardware Requirements forEnterprise XI...............................42
bingLDAPServer.......................................................................................Descri ........42
Understanding LDAP Server..............................................................................42
DefiningLDAP Server Software Requirements.................................................................43
ingLDAP Server Hardware Requirements.......................................................Defin43
UsingPerformanceMonitor...........................................................................................44
Understanding Performance Monitor....................................................................44
ningSizing Requirements for Performance Monitor..............................................Defi ........44
Defining Support for Enterprise Resource Planning Connectors........................................44
Appendix A
PeopleSoftBusinessAnalysisModelerHardwareandSoftwareRequirements...............47
erstandingBAMRequirements..........................................................................Und ........47
Defining BAM Database Server Requirements.............................................................47 BAM Server Requirements.................................................................................48
ining Requirementsfor the BAMWindows Client (Model Designer)................................Def48
Defining BAM Web Client Requirements............................................................................48 BAM Spreadsheet Add-In Requirements.........................................................49
Copyright © 2006, Oracle. All rights reserved. viiContents
Appendix B
EndUserMobileHardwareandSoftwareRequirements............................................51
g PeopleTools MobileAgent..................................................................Understandin51
Defining Hardware Requirements for PC-Based Mobile Users..................................................51 SoftwareRequirements for PC-Based Mobile Users...........................................52
dware Requirements for Pocket PC PDAs...................................................Defining Har ........52 SoftwareRequirements for PC PDAs....................................................53
Index.............................................................................................................55
viii Copyright © 2006, Oracle. All rights reserved.Online Sources of Information
This preface discusses:
• Using Online Source of Information
Using Online Source of Information
ThisEnterprisePeopleToolsHardwareand SoftwareRequirementsbook reflectswhat Oracle’sPeopleSoft
supports when the book is posted. However, our certification support levels are continually evolving.
In addition, this document purposely provides a high-level view to avoid too many specifics such as
version numbers that may quickly become out of date. Fortunately, there areseveral additional sources of
information—described here—from which you can obtain up-to-date details about supported platforms,
version numbers, and the like.
PeopleSoft Customer Connection is an electronic “bulletin board” and information exchange service that
enablesyoutogetup-to-the-minutePeopleSoftinformation,discusstipsandtechniqueswithotherPeopleSoft
application users and PeopleSoft staff, and receive PeopleSoft application updates and fixes. To access
Customer Connection, all you need is Internet access and a supported browser. In addition, because the
deliverymechanismforPeopleSoft“patches”andotherPeopleSoftmaintenanceisanftpserver,youwillneed
ftp capability to take advantage of these updates.
Note. PeopleSoft Customer Connection is password protected. Contact your Oracle/PeopleSoft account
manager to obtain a password.
YoucancheckthefollowingplacesatthePeopleSoftinternethomepage(www.peoplesoft.com)forup-to-date
information:
• Supported Platforms: Here you can find up-to-the-minute information on our certified database and
operatingsystemconfigurations. The PeopleSoft Supported Platforms information should serve as your
definitive resource for supported products and their version numbers. Togetthere,gotothePeopleSoft
websiteatwww.peoplesoft.com. SelecttheLogInNowlinkunderCustomerConnection. Login,select
Implement,Optimize+Upgrade,ImplementationGuide,SupportedPlatforms,PeopleSoftEnterprise.
• Additional Component Patches: This document contains all required patches for additional software
components. Log on to PeopleSoft Customer Connection, select Implement, Optimize + Upgrade,
Implementation Guide, Supported Platforms, PeopleSoft Enterprise. Choose the appropriate links for
yourconfiguration,andselect“RequiredOperatingSystem,RDBMS&AdditionalComponentPatches
Required for Installation.”
• The Hardware and Software Requirements Guide: TofindtheelectronicversionofthisdocumentinPDF
format, log onto PeopleSoft Customer Connection, choose Site Index, theletter H,andthen hardware
and software requirements.
• Release Notes: ThesearedocumentationupdatesdeliveredwitheveryPeopleToolsmaintenancerelease
that explain new features and changes, and summarize resolved incidents (fixes). To find the Release
Notes, logonto PeopleSoftCustomer Connection, choose Site Index, choose R for ReleaseNotes, and
then navigate to the appropriate release number.
Copyright © 2006, Oracle. All rights reserved. ixPreface
• Upgrade Information: TofindtoolsandinstructionsforperformingupgradesfrompreviousPeopleTools
versions, logonto PeopleSoft Customer Connection, choose Site Index, theletter U,andthen upgrade
documentation and scripts.
• Installation Documentation: For a list of installation guides and notes for your products, log on to
PeopleSoftCustomerConnection,chooseSite Index,theletterI,andtheninstallationguidesandnotes.
• Oracle Software and Documentation: You can download Oraclesoftwareproductsand documentation
fromtheOracleTechnologyNetwork(OTN).TheURLishttp://www.oracle.com/technology/index.html.
Note. Another way to get current information is to take classes. Oracle/PeopleSoft offerstraining classes
forOracle’sPeopleSoftEnterprisePeopleToolsandallOracle’sPeopleSoftEnterpriseapplicationsatOracle
University(OU).Ifyouareplanninganinstallationorupgrade,OUalsooffersclassesspecifictothosetopics.
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