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by Galina Landres,Vlad Landres

eBook Sqr in PeopleSoft and Other Applications download ISBN: 1884777775
Author: Galina Landres,Vlad Landres
Publisher: Manning Publications (July 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 600
ePub: 1912 kb
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Rating: 4.9
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Category: Technologies
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SQR in PeopleSoft - particularly its more advanced sections - contains lots of code that feels like it came only slightly modified from a consulting job. One particularly neat element is an SQR program that uses a flat file to provide an interface between PeopleSoft and IBM/Lotus cc:Mail.

SQR in PeopleSoft - particularly its more advanced sections - contains lots of code that feels like it came only slightly modified from a consulting job. Though there's no companion CD-ROM, you can download all the code from the publisher's Web site. The code is well organized and serves as a fine base for the tutorial provided.

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Comments: (7)
Soustil
For those who do not have time to go through this review in full, one line observation on the book:
For those Pro's and 'Want-to-be Pro's in SQR - This book is the S Q R : Supreme Quality Resource.
Whenever I visited a book store, I used to wonder why there are no books at all on SQR - for a long time. In amazon.com, I found, to my immense joy, this book. I wanted to buy this - mainly owing to non availability of books on this subject. annnnd ...
it was like a person finding good drinking water in plenty while travelling in desert. it was like a treasue hunter hitting on a gold mine.
I possess and have read many books on subjects related to my profession- on JCL, on Operating Systems, on simulation, on Computer system performance and modelling and on ERP and on project management and general management.
This book covers all known aspects of SQR in a coherent, concise manner very cogently and yet in a very simple and easily understandable language construct. This very clearly reflects the depth of knowledge of the authors and the command they have on the language - English and SQR - both.
It will be worth a while - even for those planning to author technical books - to go through this book - to understand how to present the subject!!!
In a way, I curse the authors because this book is like a multi-course royal feast to a starving person - one not being able to decide what to read first. ( That is another beauty of the book - it is not a serial- one can take any topic and get to know what they want on that area of the subject)
In particular, I found chapter 18,22,23,25,12,10,11,17 to be very informative and resourceful in that order.
One thing I am not very clear is the restriction on the type of sorting techniques discussed - is it inherent to the SQR limitation or what? (which is acceptable since it is not a core programming language in that it is a reporting tool mainly)
Before concluding .. In any review, it is customary to criticize adversely . I want to follow suit. I tried a lot to find something to make noise about. I could not. But I do not want to leave it like that.
Here is one : "The print could have been bolder - reducing the strain on the eyes" !! ( I am now glad that I had atleast one thing to complain of)
Making this book available through their site is going to make life harder for those in amazon.com because I ( for that matter even other customers getting this book) will be expecting other books available in future - to be of the same top quality giving best value for money.
What I spent for buying this book - I do not consider it a cost but an investment. Ram
Utchanat
You need this book if you are going to write SQR(s). However, you won't use it much with PS 8. You'll use App Engine.
Whitegrove
I reviewed this book very recently and the author exceedingly well articulated the information. This book will give an insight to the beginners who wish to learn SQR in PeopleSoft. The authors deserve special thanks from me.
Lightseeker
Aside from the fact that there is no other book that teaches SQR, this book is unique and valuable for following reasons:
- It teaches good programming practices. Anyone who has developed in any procedural language (including scripting and query languages) can quickly learn SQR. Therein lies a problem that this book overcomes: the excellent advice given about program development and structure can offset bad habits picked up in other languages.
- It's a definitive resource for SQR developers. Although SQR is relatively easy to learn, it's also rich with features missing from most other languages, such as complete control over printed and screen output, built-in constructs for graphs and charts, and multiple output file formats. Using many of these features not easy for beginners or programmers more used to other languages, but this book shows by example how to exploit every feature SQR has to offer.
- It dispels the common notion that SQR is a PeopleSoft-only tool. In fact, PeopleSoft doesn't own the language, and SQR will work in any database environment. More important, the book shows how to develop application and database independent programs that will work in any environment. This is an awakening for those who are going down proprietary paths, such as standardizing on Oracle's PL/SQL. While PL/SQL itself a powerful language, but is limited to Oracle - migrating from Oracle to, say, DB2 requires that all PL/SQL programs be scrapped. Had the applications and reports been developed in SQR the only changes would be to tables referenced.
In addition to the above, this book also provides good practices for forming SQL queries and understanding how a poorly formed join can make the difference between a resource hog and an unintrusive application. Since SQL, like SQR, is easy to learn many developers take the path of least resistance and develop queries with no thought on their effect on production systems. This book gives sound advice for avoiding that mistake.
The section on PeopleSoft, while out of date with respect to version 8, still contains valuable information for the majority of SQR developers whose exposure to SQR is via PeopleSoft.
There is something for everyone in this book - beginners can learn SQR the right way, and seasoned developers will have a ready reference that covers almost every facet of SQR in practical terms. If your job is primarily SQR development I also recommend that you also get a copy of "SQR Programmer Reference" by Don Mellen (ISBN 0967773008) as a quick reference to the features and nuances of SQR.
Xurad
I was working on a problem a couple of years ago and took the suggestion of a co-worker to buy this book. For the last two years I have been using it as a reference. I spent a few months off and came back and embaressed myself puting a report in process scheduler. So I sat down and read the book front to back. I wish I had done this a couple of years ago.
I have been working with SQR for five years. I have used examples and the SQR manuals to accomplish what I wanted. This work provided me with a lot of knowledge that I had never taken the time to pick up. Now even if I take the time off and need a refresher the sections are highlighted.
I have found this book very useful as both a reference and a knoweldge builder. Also, the writing style was good enough that rereading the portions that I was alread aware of was not too irksome. Interestingly, I could swear some of the interview questions I have been asked came right out of this book.