Monday, September 09, 2019

OpenWorld 2019: I'm Speaking!

Are you ready for OpenWorld 2019? Have you built your schedule? If not, I suggest you get right on it! The best sessions are standing room only. If you don't build your schedule, then you have to wait outside each session until the last few minutes, whereas preregistered attendees walk right in, taking the best seats.

As you plan your PeopleSoft-focused trip to OpenWorld, I recommend starting with Rebekah Jackson's OpenWorld Preview video:

Next, visit for a complete list of PeopleSoft sessions at OpenWorld. You definitely want to make sure the Roadmap sessions are on your agenda.

Before leaving home, be sure to register for the Quest PeopleSoft reception being held Monday night at the Epic Steakhouse. Details are available on the Quest Community Site

And finally, where will you find me? In pretty much all of the PeopleTools sessions listed in the PeopleTools Program Guide. More specifically, Sarah and I will be leading the session Getting the Most Out of PeopleSoft PeopleTools: Tips and Techniques on Wednesday, Sep 18, 11:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. in Moscone West - Room 2002.

We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco!



Hi Jim,

I am big fan. You have been my savior many times. I need help on something. I want to implement SSO from Peoplesoft to external third party systems. I am clueless. If you have done any or you got any red paper kinda material, please guide us.


Jim Marion said...

@Akbar, there are many approaches. The best and easiest is to give Appsian's Application Security Platform a review. To build it yourself is possible, but error-prone and a lot of effort with "edge" cases. To build it yourself will involve signon PeopleCode at a minimum and possibly some web server/reverse proxy code to challenge the user if credentials aren't received or don't match. I've been through it a few times with various external authentication mechanisms. It is certainly possible, but not easy.