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TechiePS's blog http://www.compshack.com/blog/techieps Welcome to CompShack! CompShack is a user driven Dev2Dev IT community. Developers can ask questions, help answer questions, or just browse code and articles contributed by users. No registration required. You can register if you want to contribute code samples, share your knowledge at your own blog, and become adored in the community! en Steps for Creating an XML Export File with PeopleSoft http://www.compshack.com/peoplsoft-technical/steps-for-creating-xml-export-file-with-peoplesoft <p>Creating an XML Export File with PeopleSoft<br /> Part of MICA’s web redesign project is going to involve doing data integration between our CMS ( Ingeniux), and our HRMS ( PeopleSoft). Recently I have been playing with XML Publisher, and the flat files that it produces seem so perfect for distribution to our CMS. I was a little disapointed that the XML documents that it creates to further create more documents was not exposed for use as an integration point between systems.<br /> So I began looking for other alternatives. </p> <p><a href="http://www.compshack.com/peoplsoft-technical/steps-for-creating-xml-export-file-with-peoplesoft" target="_blank">read more</a></p> http://www.compshack.com/peoplsoft-technical/steps-for-creating-xml-export-file-with-peoplesoft#comments Peoplsoft technical Mon, 22 Jun 2009 11:27:23 +0000 TechiePS 636 at http://www.compshack.com