Installing HCM90



I am in the process of installing PeopleSoft HR 9.0 in a VMWare instance for development. I hope to give more details later in case I ever need to do any of this later on.

Here is what I started with:

  • Windows 2003 Server installed in VMWare
  • PeopleSoft HR 8.9/PeopleTools 8.46 installed
  • Oracle 9.2 installed
  • Weblogic

I uninstalled the PeopleSoft, Weblogic, and Oracle database to get back to just a basic Windows installation.

Everything is installed on the same virtual computer because this is just for testing and development. So, I am not worried about connections to/from any other computers with this instance. The PeopleSoft is a demo database so that we have some test data.

Here is what I have installed:

  • Oracle 10g
  • PeopleTools 8.49
  • PeopleSoft HR 9.0
  • Tuxedo 9.1
  • Oracle SOA Suite

Here are some of the problems that I have had:

  • Hard drive space — originally, the PeopleSoft fit on a 25 Gigabyte hard drive; I had to add another 80 Gigabyte drive for this version.
  • Tuxedo Version: PeopleTools 8.48 will install with Tuxedo 8.1; PeopleTools 8.49 requires Tuxedo 9.1
  • Services automatically starting: still working on this one (database, application server, process scheduler)
  • Creating the PeopleSoft database (modifying scripts, running out of hard drive space, restarting the install, etc.)

I will try to blog what I have learned as I get time and as I work through the problems I still have left. Please let me know if there is anything in particular you are interested in in the meantime.


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  1. Elvis says:

    Hi, I m hugly confussed on the procedure of installing Peoplesoft HCMS. First i need to install Peopletools and then install HCMS. Am I right? If that the case, why I can’t find any document for installing HCMS? All I find are the supplimentall books? Can you provide any book pdf to install applications on Peoplesoft? Correct me if my total understanding is wrong about Peoplesoft installation. Also can you clearly depiect the process step by step.

    Cheers,
    Elvis

  2. digitaleagle says:

    Elvis,

    Sorry to take so long to reply to your comment. I kind of checked out from PeopleSoft work during the Christmas/New Year’s holiday.

    Anyway, the Application Install is basically a step in the PeopleTools installation. As far as the documents go, there is a section called “Installing the Application CD” in the document “Installation for Oracle”.

    Basically, what happens when you install the CD, is it places all of the code for the application in the PeopleSoft Home file structure. Then, when you run the PeopleTools database creation, it includes the application code with the PeopleTools code that it loads into the database.

    What I was told is to print the PeopleTools installation document to use as steps for an install. As you do each step, write notes as to what you did and what problems you had in the margins of the document.

    Here is an overview:

    * Install the database system such as Oracle or SQL Server
    * Install the Web Server such as Oracle Application Server or BEA WebLogic
    * Install Tuxedo
    * Install Micro Focus COBOL
    * Run the PeopleTools Installer (creating the file system)
    * Run the Application(HRMS) Installer (adding application code)
    * Install/Configure the PeopleTools client (App Designer, Data Mover, etc)
    * Create the database
    * Configure the Application Server(psadmin)
    * Install the PIA (PeopleSoft Pure Internet Architecture/Web Server)
    * Configure the Process Scheduler
    * Compile COBOL

    Hope this helps,

  3. Vinay says:

    Hi DE!
    Thanks for the tips on PS HCM 9.0 installation. Am also a nOOb in PS Installation.
    I have downloaded all the necessary installables from the Oracle knowledge Center repository.
    Now I am seeking some guidance and help in the installation procedure form the scratch. I am running a Windows Vista home edition and wish to use Oracle 10g as the backend. Do you think Vista will hinder the performance. My laptop config is 2.2 GHZ, 2 GB DDR2 RAM, 250 GB HDD, will this suffice?
    I found out that Customer connect is the only place where i can find the detailed documentation for the installation of PS. But do I need to shell out 500$ for getting access to CC? I wish to use this installation for my self learning. Is there a method or a place where I can learn more about the installation?

    Waiting for your reply,
    Thanks

  4. digitaleagle says:

    Vinay,

    Regarding the Vista Home Edition, I am sure that is not a “supported” operating system, but that does not mean it will not work. If possible get a good backup of your laptop, and then, give it a shot.

    One suggestion: you might try a virtual machine solution since you are learning. With a virtual machine, you can easily make a copy, play with the machine until you destroy it, and then revert back to your copy. VMWare has a free solution, and I am sure there are several other good options.

    Another suggestion: I don’t know how good you are with Linux, but you might give it a try. I know it is not supported for the client, but it is supported on the server side. You could attempt to use Wine to run the Windows-only client applications in a Linux environment. I have always wanted to try it, but haven’t had the chance.

    As far as customer connection, I have never had my own access either. I only have access through my clients. That is why I created a list of resources out on the Internet outside of customer connection:
    http://psst0101.wordpress.com/resources-on-the-internet/

    Oracle does offer some of their documentation in PDF format here:
    http://www.oracle.com/technology/documentation/psftent.html

    The installation documents are here:
    http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/B31343_01/psft/html/docset.html

    The PeopleBooks are here:
    http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/B31274_01/psft/html/docset.html

    Hope that helps.

  5. Vinay says:

    Hey DigitalEagle,

    thanks a ton for your prompt reply. Well I was also lucky in getting a step by step installation of PS 9.0 Financial Module. I guess everything is the same for both the Domains other than their User ID’s and P/w’s.

    Am downloading Oracle 9i and then will proceed with the installation. I was thinking of using Microsoft’s Virtual PS 2007 for the Workstation Image but to my bad luck, only Vista home is NOT supported by that VPC 2007, and my laptop runs home edition only.

    Will you be able to help me with VMWARE? I mean a installation or configuration manual?

    I wish to install the image of Windows Server 2003 for my Test Setup.

    Thanks again :)

  6. digitaleagle says:

    Vinay,

    I think the VMWare installation is a pretty straight forward installation. Just follow the steps and mostly accept the defaults. You can download it from here:
    http://www.vmware.com/products/server/

    Creating an image isn’t too bad as well. The program has links that lead you through creating a new image. The biggest part I think is the hard drive. I prefer to use a persistent hard drive and not have the snapshots ability. My preference is to make copies of the image files rather than try to manage the snapshot. Also, you will need plenty of hard drive space — create an 80G or 100G drive and opt not to allocate it all right now. This will give you plenty of space to install but it will only take as much as it needs. You can also shrink it later. You can change the persistent option in the Advanced settings(button).

    Once you have an image, you install Windows the same way you would on a real PC. Put the CD in your physical CDROM and boot the virtual machine. The one thing you might have trouble with is the boot order. I think it will use the same BIOS as your physical machine, and so, you will need to use the same key sequence to enter the BIOS and change it so that the CDROM will boot.

    Sure, if you have any questions, just post them, and I will reply when I can.

  7. Vinay says:

    Hi DE,
    Am so very thankful for your support and assistance here. I was able to download the VmWare server and also use the inbuilt ISO image for VMWare tools setup. But unfortunately, I didnt read your blog properly about the issues of Space and its constraints; I allocated 50 GB Hard Drive with 1024 MB (1GB) RAM allocated to the new OS image. My bad, I allocated the Hard Drive Size in the Persistent option. So now I see my Org Hard Drive, void of 50 Gigs, resting at only 68 Gigs free. I had to uninstall a lotta junk from the HDD to even Free the 68 GB’s.
    I got Oracle 9i Enterprise Edition Installation pack form Oracle’s website and currently am executing the installation. I am sure I will be running out of space for HCM 9.0, after the full install of oracle. What do you suggest? Is it any sense to proceed with the HCM installation on what ever GB’s remain after the Oracle Setup, or, destroy this image and make another one, a bigger one, with more RAM and more HARD DRIVE Space, and this time in the Persistent Option.

    I will Make another post about the Size remaining on the Image after Oracle’s install. Also, i read in your blog, about shrinking the TableSpaces and reducing the DB Size. But i read it was for Linux all the way. Can I do the same for my 9i too? (You did it for 10g). Will there be any drastic difference between the two?

    Waiting for your reply

    Thanks

  8. digitaleagle says:

    Vinay,

    I think you might be able to proceed, but the key is going to be adjusting the database size as you install instead of shrinking it afterwards. When you create the database, you will need to make sure you run the scripts manually rather than having the PS tool run them for you. When you run the script to create the tablespaces make sure that you modify it to add the settings that make the tablespaces smaller like the blocksize.

    I am not sure about the size difference between 9i and 10g. It seemed like 10g used more space than 9i, but it may have been the tablespace settings that were doing it.

    My images were Windows 2003 Server images, but I used Linux to copy the hard drive. My drive was too small, and I didn’t want to reinstall Windows. So, I created a second hard drive. Then, I downloaded Knoppix (a version of Linux that runs solely off a CD), and booted the image with it. I used the partimage program on Knoppix to copy the data from the original hard drive to the new one. Finally, I shutdown, removed the smaller drive, and removed the Knoppix boot disk. The result was the same Windows 2003 OS with a larger hard drive.

  9. Vinay says:

    Hi DE,
    Guess I will follow your approach for myself too. Will get my hands on a Larger Eternal Hard Drive and then try and use that for the Image. Will keep you posted, how the setup falls in place.

    thanks again

  10. Dutu Marian says:

    Hi everybody,
    We haved mover our HCM 8.9, windows 2003 on a vmware. Everything seems to be ok, only the three tier debugging fails. When I start pside.exe, the process does not open any window. The communication are established because I have checked this with Tcpview.
    Can someone confirm that we can log on a vmware deployed application server with the application designer, and not only two tier?

    Thanks,
    Dutu

  11. jabm says:

    Hi I found your blog on a web search when was aboput to get mad about cobol and PS. I recently installed cobol but I cannot get it to work with Peoplesoft. the cobols are not compiled since the time period for the license is over. We bought the license but the software didn’t include a guide for peoplesoft. I hope you can provide some guidance.

    Thanks in advance.
    jabm

  12. Ganesh says:

    Hi,
    Greetings. Do you have a sample project plan for Global Payroll, NA Payroll and Time & Labor implementation? Thank you.

  13. digitaleagle says:

    Ganesh,

    I wish I could help, but I don’t have one. Maybe someone else could post one. Or, you might try posting the question here:
    http://forums.oracle.com/forums/forum.jspa?forumID=500

  14. Vinay says:

    Hey DE,
    Finally i am back again, my laptop got messed up and had to format it. The next time i installed VMWare it became exceptionally slow.
    My questions for this time. Dya think PS HCM 8.9 with oracle 9i/10g will work on a Windows Vista home Edition 32 bit machine with 2.2 Ghz, 2 GB RAM?

    Or else, VMWare is the only option for me?

    Waiting for your reply,

    Thanks

  15. digitaleagle says:

    Vinay,

    I am not sure about the Vista home edition. I am guessing that it would work, but I am not sure. The “Home Edition” is the part that has me worried. We are running Windows Server 2003 on both the host and the VM.

    As for the VMWare, we have 2GB of ram on the host and the setting for the VM is 1GB of ram allocated to the VM. I don’t know if it is possible that you have too much RAM allocated to the VM or not enough — just a thought.

    Please let us know if you are able to get it working under Home Edition.

    Thanks,

    Stephen

  16. sohan says:

    with these steps

    * Install the database system such as Oracle or SQL Server
    * Install the Web Server such as BEA WebLogic
    * Install Tuxedo
    * Run the PeopleTools Installer (creating the file system)
    * Run the Application(HRMS) Installer (adding application code)
    * Install/Configure the PeopleTools client (App Designer, Data Mover, etc)
    * Create the database
    * Configure the Application Server(psadmin)
    * Install the PIA (PeopleSoft Pure Internet Architecture/Web Server)
    * Configure the Process Scheduler

    I have installed all these s\w on laptop and its working fine
    but when shuting down the laptop do I need to
    STOP PIA
    STOP PROCESS SCHEDULAR
    STOP APPLICATION SERVER
    STOP BEA WEBLOGIC
    STOP TUXEDO SERVICE
    STOP ORACLE DATABASE INSTANCE ETC
    EVERYTIME AND Also tell me if I can skip any service to stop which will not lead to corruption of file.
    I have kept those services in ‘manual’ start up type in services.

  17. digitaleagle says:

    Sohan,

    I think it would be obviously safest to stop all of the services before you shutdown. But, that being said, I have an image in which it all starts by batch files that call the psadmin, start weblogic, etc. I don’t have anything that stops the services when I shutdown the images, and I haven’t had any trouble at all.

    Just a thought: If you have the pieces as Windows Services, you can start and stop them with “net start service_name” and “net stop service_name”. So, you could create a batch file that has all the net stop commands to shutdown the services. You could just double click on this script before you shutdown your laptop.

    If you have backups of everything though, I wouldn’t worry about it.

    Hope that helps,

    Stephen

  18. sohan says:

    thx for tht

    I want to know what u have added in .bat file. and in wht order.

    Also want to know abt how to install cobol compiler which i hav not configured during installation
    micro focus Net Express with .NET 5.1 will work? with PT8.48, HCM9.0, tuxedo 8.1, bea weblogic 8.1, oracle 10g.
    when I installed I come to know tht cobol is not required but recently someone told me tht u require it to run some processes of absence management, payroll..etc is it so or is there any alternative to it??

  19. digitaleagle says:

    Sohan,

    I published a post with the scripts in them:

    http://psst0101.wordpress.com/2008/08/28/startup-scripts/

    Hopefully, this will help. The order is the database, the app server, the batch server, and the web server.

    As for COBOL, you only need it for those specific processes that use it. Payroll, like you mentioned, is a good example. You can run the HRMS system fine, except that you can’t run payroll. As far as an alternative, I don’t know of one. Your best bet is to install the COBOL that comes with PeopleTools either from edelivery.oracle.com or from the CD.

  20. Sohan says:

    Hi,

    I want to install Cobol compiler to run specific absence and payroll processes.I have install peoplesoft on laptop both appication designer and PIA are working well.

    I got both the cds of cobol installable, what I should install Net express professional edition, net express or enterprise server and applicaton server?

    It is preferable to install in PS_home folder where I had installed Peopletools and application or let it install at default location?

    What I should do after it get installed so that I can run my payroll processes?

    thanks in advance

  21. Andy says:

    Hi Stephen,

    First, I wanna say thank you for this great blog of yours. Totally help a peoplesoft newbie like me to start moving.

    I followed the Peoplesoft installation guide for Oracle Database and Linux that I downloaded from Oracle website. I installed weblogic, tuxedo, Oracle 10g, Peopletools 8.49, and the HCM90 Application. Everything ran smoothly until I invoked the database configuration wizard located at /setup/PsMpDbInstall.

    I checked the log files, it seems that the wizard managed to succeed until connect.sql script execution, but it failed during Data Mover execution. The error message is as follows:

    ####
    PSDTMX Error: signon
    Reason: could not sign on to database HRMS with user SYSADM
    checking data mover log … please wait
    ERROR: could not open /psoft/hrms9/scripts/hrmsora.dms
    ###

    Do you have any idea what’s going on?
    Please help

    Thanks,

    Andy

  22. digitaleagle says:

    Andy,

    I don’t know how much help this is, but it looks like database connection issues. My first attempt would be to see if you can connect to the database with the SYSADM user in sqlplus. This verifies that you can connect to the database.

    Another suggestion that might help is to use the manual database instructions rather than the PsMpDbInstall program. The instructions are located in an Appendix in the installation manual. By running the scripts and tools manually, you get a better feel for what is going on.

    You mentioned that you are on Linux. Are you running the database install with wine? If so, you need to make sure that ODBC is installed and configured so that the wine programs can talk to the database. I have been struggling with that myself. At this point, I am going to use a Windows client to finish my install just to get it finished and then go back to see if I can get wine figured out.

    Hope that helps.

  23. Sohan says:

    hi,

    Can anyone help to rectify this problem while installing HCM 9.0 on windows.

    Errors occurred during the installation.

    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_hcsys_ComPlat_DBFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
    for additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_hcdmo_ComPlat_DBFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
    for additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_BA_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_BA_NT_DBFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_BA_NT_File_bse) . Please refer to the install log for additional
    information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_DI_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_DI_ComPlat_DBFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_DI_NT_DBFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_EO_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
    for additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_EO_ComPlat_DBFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_EO_ComPlat_Web_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_EO_NT_AppBatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
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    (bean_EO_NT_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
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    (bean_EO_NT_DBFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
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    (bean_GAU_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
    for additional information.
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    (bean_GBR_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
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    (bean_GBR_NT_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
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    (bean_GP_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
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    (bean_GP_NT_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
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    (bean_GP_NT_DBFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
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    (bean_GP_NT_File_bse) . Please refer to the install log for additional
    information.
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    (bean_GFR_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
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    (bean_GFR_NT_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
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    (bean_GDE_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
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    (bean_GDE_NT_AppBatch_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
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    (bean_GDE_NT_File_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
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    (bean_GHK_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
    for additional information.
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    (bean_GPI_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
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    (bean_GIT_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
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    (bean_GIT_NT_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
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    (bean_GJP_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
    for additional information.
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    (bean_GMY_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
    for additional information.
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    (bean_GMX_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
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    (bean_GMX_ComPlat_DBFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
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    (bean_GNL_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
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    (bean_GNL_NT_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
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    (bean_GNZ_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
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    (bean_GSG_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
    for additional information.
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    (bean_GES_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
    for additional information.
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    (bean_GES_NT_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_GCH_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
    for additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_GCH_NT_AppBatch_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
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    (bean_GCH_NT_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
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    (bean_GCH_NT_File_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
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    (bean_GUK_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
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    (bean_GUS_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
    for additional information.
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    (bean_GUS_NT_File_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_HR_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log
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    (bean_HR_ComPlat_DBFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
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    (bean_HR_NT_AppBatch_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
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    additional information.
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    (bean_PB1_NT_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
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    additional information.
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    (bean_PI_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
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    (bean_PI_NT_File_bse) . Please refer to the install log for additional
    information.
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    (bean_ADP_ComPlat_DBFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
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    (bean_ADP_NT_DBFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
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    (bean_PY_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
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    (bean_PY_ComPlat_DBFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
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    additional information.
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    information.
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    additional information.
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    (bean_PA_ComPlat_DBFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
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    (bean_PA_NT_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
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    log for additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_RSRW_NT_AppBatch_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_RSRW_NT_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_RSRW_NT_File_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_ST_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_SA_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_SA_ComPlat_DBFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_SA_NT_AppBatch_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_SA_NT_AppBatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_SA_NT_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_SA_NT_DBFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_SA_NT_File_bse) . Please refer to the install log for additional
    information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_ERM_ComPlat_AppBatch_bse) . Please refer to the install log
    for additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_TL_ComPlat_BatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_TL_NT_DBFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_EF_NT_AppBatchFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information.
    One or more errors occurred during the copying of files
    (bean_ELM_NT_DBFile_bse) . Please refer to the install log for
    additional information. __.____._

    And Install.log contains –
    (Nov 11, 2008 7:54:59 PM), Setup.product.install, com.installshield.product.wizardbeans.SetProductBeanPropertyAction, wrn, Unable to set product bean property eel_nt_erp.active ServiceException: (error code = 315; message = “product bean eel_nt_erp does not exist”; severity = 0)
    (Nov 11, 2008 7:54:59 PM), Setup.product.install, com.installshield.product.wizardbeans.SetProductBeanPropertyAction, wrn, Unable to set product bean property eel_solaris_erp.active ServiceException: (error code = 315; message = “product bean eel_solaris_erp does not exist”; severity = 0)
    (Nov 11, 2008 7:54:59 PM), Setup.product.install, com.installshield.product.wizardbeans.SetProductBeanPropertyAction, wrn, Unable to set product bean property eel_aix_erp.active ServiceException: (error code = 315; message = “product bean eel_aix_erp does not exist”; severity = 0)
    (Nov 11, 2008 7:54:59 PM), Setup.product.install, com.installshield.product.wizardbeans.SetProductBeanPropertyAction, wrn, Unable to set product bean property eel_linux_erp.active ServiceException: (error code = 315; message = “product bean eel_linux_erp does not exist”; severity = 0)
    (Nov 11, 2008 7:54:59 PM), Setup.product.install, com.installshield.product.wizardbeans.SetProductBeanPropertyAction, wrn, Unable to set product bean property eel_hp_erp.active ServiceException: (error code = 315; message = “product bean eel_hp_erp does not exist”; severity = 0)
    (Nov 11, 2008 7:59:32 PM), Setup.product.install, com.installshield.product.actions.Files, err, java.io.FileNotFoundException: D:\hcm\HCM9.0\setup\5045158435a38b48dea252fdca98f9b3\md5\fcdfd60be457342d418a71f07cfb6e83 (The system cannot find the file specified)
    STACK_TRACE: 21
    java.io.FileNotFoundException: D:\hcm\HCM9.0\setup\5045158435a38b48dea252fdca98f9b3\md5\fcdfd60be457342d418a71f07cfb6e83 (The system cannot find the file specified)
    at java.io.FileInputStream.open(Native Method)
    at java.io.FileInputStream.(Unknown Source)
    at com.installshield.archive.FileURLConnection.getInputStream(FileURLConnection.java:24)
    at java.net.URL.openStream(Unknown Source)
    at com.installshield.wizard.service.AbstractWizardServices.getSpannedResource(AbstractWizardServices.java:827)
    at com.installshield.wizard.service.AbstractWizardServices.getSpannedResource(AbstractWizardServices.java:759)
    at com.installshield.wizard.service.AbstractWizardServices.getIndexedResource(AbstractWizardServices.java:1025)
    at com.installshield.product.ProductAction.getIndexedResource(ProductAction.java:520)
    at com.installshield.product.actions.Files.getResourceInputStream(Files.java:864)
    at com.installshield.product.actions.Files.install(Files.java:437)
    at com.installshield.product.service.product.PureJavaProductServiceImpl.installProductAction(PureJavaProductServiceImpl.java:1916)
    at com.installshield.product.service.product.PureJavaProductServiceImpl$InstallProduct.getResultForProductAction(PureJavaProductServiceImpl.java:5195)
    at com.installshield.product.service.product.InstallableObjectVisitor.visitComponent(InstallableObjectVisitor.java:369)
    at com.installshield.product.service.product.InstallableObjectVisitor.visitInstallableComponents(InstallableObjectVisitor.java:333)
    at com.installshield.product.service.product.InstallableObjectVisitor.visitProductBeans(InstallableObjectVisitor.java:133)
    at com.installshield.product.service.product.PureJavaProductServiceImpl$InstallProduct.install(PureJavaProductServiceImpl.java:4563)
    at com.installshield.product.service.product.PureJavaProductServiceImpl$Installer.execute(PureJavaProductServiceImpl.java:3758)
    at com.installshield.wizard.service.AsynchronousOperation.run(AsynchronousOperation.java:41)
    at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source)

    (Nov 11, 2008 7:59:35 PM), Setup.product.install, com.installshield.product.actions.Files, err, java.io.FileNotFoundException: D:\hcm\HCM9.0\setup\5045158435a38b48dea252fdca98f9b3\md5\fce29dfb408298dae2baf2da7e75cc00 (The system cannot find the file specified)
    STACK_TRACE: 21
    java.io.FileNotFoundException: D:\hcm\HCM9.0\setup\5045158435a38b48dea252fdca98f9b3\md5\fce29dfb408298dae2baf2da7e75cc00 (The system cannot find the file specified)
    at java.io.FileInputStream.open(Native Method)
    at java.io.FileInputStream.(Unknown Source)
    at com.installshield.archive.FileURLConnection.getInputStream(FileURLConnection.java:24)
    at java.net.URL.openStream(Unknown Source)
    at com.installshield.wizard.service.AbstractWizardServices.getSpannedResource(AbstractWizardServices.java:827)
    at com.installshield.wizard.service.AbstractWizardServices.getSpannedResource(AbstractWizardServices.java:759)
    at com.installshield.wizard.service.AbstractWizardServices.getIndexedResource(AbstractWizardServices.java:1025)
    at com.installshield.product.ProductAction.getIndexedResource(ProductAction.java:520)
    at com.installshield.product.actions.Files.getResourceInputStream(Files.java:864)
    at com.installshield.product.actions.Files.install(Files.java:437)
    at com.installshield.product.service.product.PureJavaProductServiceImpl.installProductAction(PureJavaProductServiceImpl.java:1916)
    at com.installshield.product.service.product.PureJavaProductServiceImpl$InstallProduct.getResultForProductAction(PureJavaProductServiceImpl.java:5195)
    at com.installshield.product.service.product.InstallableObjectVisitor.visitComponent(InstallableObjectVisitor.java:369)
    at com.installshield.product.service.product.InstallableObjectVisitor.visitInstallableComponents(InstallableObjectVisitor.java:333)
    at com.installshield.product.service.product.InstallableObjectVisitor.visitProductBeans(InstallableObjectVisitor.java:133)
    at com.installshield.product.service.product.PureJavaProductServiceImpl$InstallProduct.install(PureJavaProductServiceImpl.java:4563)
    at com.installshield.product.service.product.PureJavaProductServiceImpl$Installer.execute(PureJavaProductServiceImpl.java:3758)
    at com.installshield.wizard.service.AsynchronousOperation.run(AsynchronousOperation.java:41)
    at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source)

  24. Kuntal Jain says:

    Want to learn about People Soft Administration.In case you have any documents or links where i can go and learn, please send across the same.

  25. digitaleagle says:

    Kuntal Jain,

    The only thing I can think of is PeopleBooks: http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E15645_01/pt850pbr0/eng/psbooks/tsvt/book.htm?File=tsvt/htm/tsvt09.htm#H4031

    Other than that, try to install PeopleSoft on your own. Working through that exercise will give you a very good start. You can use VMWare or Virtual Box to try the install.

    If you have access to support.oracle.com, there is a lot of information there to weed through.

    Sorry it is not much, hope it helps.

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