OBA Sample Application for PeopleSoft

During Kurt DelBene’s keynote at Collaborate 08 the OBA Sample Application Kit for PeopleSoft—a new addition to the small family of OBA Sample Application Kits—was announced  This kit was designed for developers and architects to download the kit and learn how they can integrate Outlook 2007 and MOSS 2007 with PeopleSoft. 

You can download the kit directly here: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/obapsftsak. You can alternatively visit our new OBA Sample Application Kits home-page on MSDN here: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/office/cc442491.aspx.

Some additional information on the kit is below:

  • The OBA Sample Application Kit for PeopleSoft (one in a series of kits) is technical guidance.
  • Learn how to integrate PeopleSoft with Outlook 2007 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007.
  • Included are a whitepaper, installation document, solution walkthrough, and source code.
  • The kit provides developers with information on how to programmatically integrate PeopleSoft with Office.
  • Learn about Visual Studio 2008, Visual Studio Tools for Office 3.0, and the MOSS 2007 Business Data Catalog.
  • Use these technologies to implement Web services integration with PeopleSoft.
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    Comments (3)
    1. Brad Adams says:

      Where can I see or get more details of this OBA kit with PeopleSoft?  The link to the source code provides a zipped text file with no code.  Is this wrapper web service absolutely required to integrate with exposed component interfaces from PeopleSoft?  We are attempting to integrate SharePoint 2007 with PeopleSoft applications (using CIs) and are very close, but our SpecificFinder and Finder methods are returning metadata rather than actual field values.  However the IdEnumerator works (WEIRD)!!!

    2. Eric Carter says:

      I just saw this issue as well (zipped text file with no code) and sent mail to the owner of the project.  I’ll post again when it is fixed.

    3. Eric Carter says:

      It’s fixed now.

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