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    Rakesh Parwal's PeopleSoft Admin Blog: PsCIA - PeopleCode & File Pre-Processors

    About PeopleCode & File Pre-Processors:

    The PeopleCode pre-processor must be run to generate the database tables that Change Impact Analysis reads and analyzes.

    The PeopleCode pre-processor generates these two tables:
        • PSCIAPCXREF
        • PSCIAPCXREFTIME

    The File Pre-processor generates the following database tables that Change Impact Analysis reads to perform analysis.
        • PSFILEPROCESSRUN
        • PSSQLXREFDEFN
        • PSSQLXREFITEM
        • PSFILESQLXREFDEFN
        • PSFILEXREFDEFN

    To read more about this click here: Rakesh Parwal's PeopleSoft Admin Blog: PsCIA - PeopleCode & File Pre-Processors

    4 comments:

    1. Dude!!! Saw this blog & I think it's a good repository of stuff we do but forget in due course... Awesome job.. If I step upon interesting stuff will let you know so you could post it & it's here for good.. Keep it up!!! :)

      Pratiba Paul (PeePa)

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    2. how do we know which database type(demo or system)is installed

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    3. Ashok, not very sure about your question. I believe you would want to know if the environment(both app designer and database) that you use is whether demo or development instances. you can do a select * from psdbowner or V$database and find out the details. In general, demo environments have the "DMO" as part of the database name. hope this helps..

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    4. Hi im sanjay peoplesoft consultant. I just browsing blogs there I found your blog is interesting.. thank for posting… keep on posting peoplesoft-techical

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