What do Integration Broker, Event Mapping, Tile Wizard, and AWE have in common? These are extensible PeopleSoft frameworks that invoke your code at runtime—Dynamic PeopleCode execution! How amazing is that? Imagine... every line of event PeopleCode you've ever written was declared in advance. But somehow, these frameworks are able to invoke PeopleCode at runtime. Did you ever wonder how? Are you trying to learn Object-oriented PeopleCode by reviewing Oracle-delivered examples?
Even though it shares roots with its procedural predecessor, Object-oriented PeopleCode follows its own rules and design patterns. For example, what is an interface? How do you create properties and methods?
With so much emphasis on Application Classes, we've decided to create a two-day Application Class training course. In this two-day class, you will learn:
- Object-oriented concepts
- Instance variables
- Access control
- Abstract classes
- Dynamic PeopleCode
- Design patterns and best practices
- PSUnit and test driven development
Our material includes plenty of Event Mapping examples.
Are you ready to learn more? Register now for our next class!
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