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Tiles in PeopleSoft fluid homepages

Tiles are building blocks or elements of an Home page that show information to the end user
And enable an easy way to navigate around the system. Tiles allow users a quick way to perform
routine tasks, such as decision making or monitoring. Tiles give users direct access to targeted
transactions.

Creating a Tile
The below diagram clearly depicts components of a Tile and the sequence in which they should be
created.

Adding tiles to the homepage


Step 1

Give access to the Source

Step 2

Give access to the Target

Step 3

Give access to the homepage

Step 4

Selected the tile to appear on homepage

Step 5

Configure the tile to mandatorily appear on homepage


Want to see a demonstration with real time example on how to create
and add tiles to fluid homepage?
I have a complete session which demonstrates:

1. The Tiles overview


2. Creating the Tiles
3. Adding the Tile to fluid homepage

Below is the link to video in YouTube.

PopelSoft Fluid Tiles

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Sunday, November 19, 2017

How to implement Toolbars in a Page PeopleSoft


Toolbars are replacements of traditional push buttons, they brings many advantages for developers
on the table such as:

 Very easy to implement


 No alignment required
 Their page behavior can be controlled from PIA
 Easy to debug since the underlying code is written in App Class/Package

While the developers enjoy these advantages while implementing Toolbars however, once
implementated, the end users enjoy the ultimate benefits such as:

 The page looks more aligned with modern web based pages
 Easy to navigate through various pages involved in the wizard like applications
 For the pages with bulk data which makes it long with scrolls, the Toolbars with actionable
options can be displayed both in header and footer areas. This makes the end user's job
easy to take the actions on page.

These are the steps to implement Toolbars:

1. Identify the icons/buttons required on the page


2. Create/modify the buttons that are required to be displayed on Toolbar in the page
3. Create new Toolbar Definition and add the buttons
4. Develop the application package/classes which contains underlying code for toolbar action
5. Add the delivered sub page for toolbars into the page where this needs to be implemented
6. Add the PeopleCode into the page activate PeopleCode to initialize Toolbars on page
7. Add the PeopleCode in the FieldChange event to trigger the underlying PeopleCode