ETL 9.1: Apply Rules Functionality On Employee Self Service Timesheet
(Doc ID 1603353.1)
Last updated on MARCH 12, 2021
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Time and Labor - Version 9.1 and later
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In Time and Labor 9.1,
We are in the process of implementing PeopleSoft Time and Labor (version 9.1) for 30,000+ employees. We are considering implementing the Apply Rules button on the Employee Self Service timesheet. We are concerned about disk usage, performance, accessibility, etc of concurrent users for the Apply Rules functionality.
Can you please provide responses for the following:
1. Does configuration max Temp Table Instances of 99 accurately represent the maximum concurrent users?
2. Are there additional parameters that would limit concurrent users?
3. Can Oracle provide white papers?
4. What is Oracle’s recommendation – should we attempt to implement this functionality?
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