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Tables in PeopleSoft

Tables in PeopleSoft

Tables in PeopleSoft

(OP)
Is there anyway to get a list of all the tables in PeopleSoft and a description of what they are used for?

Thanks in advance

RE: Tables in PeopleSoft

If you are just after the tables and relationships in PeopleSoft, all table names are stored in PSRECDEFN.

To find all object references for each of these tables - ie fields, panels, panelgroups etc this can be done through application designer with 'find object references' , or you could just run the following sets of sql (not sure how much this changes between versions):

SELECT DISTINCT RECNAME,
FIELDNAME
FROM PSRECFIELD
WHERE FIELDNAME = 'xxx'
AND SUBRECORD = 'Y' ORDER BY RECNAME

SELECT DISTINCT PNLNAME,
FIELDNAME
FROM PSPNLFIELD
WHERE RECNAME = 'xxx'
ORDER BY PNLNAME

SELECT DISTINCT PNLGRPNAME
FROM PSPNLGRPDEFN
WHERE SEARCHRECNAME = 'xxx'
ORDER BY PNLGRPNAME

SELECT DISTINCT PNLGRPNAME
FROM PSPNLGRPDEFN
WHERE ADDSRCHRECNAME = 'xxx'
ORDER BY PNLGRPNAME

SELECT DISTINCT RECNAME
FROM PSRECDEFN
WHERE RELLANGRECNAME = 'xxx'
ORDER BY RECNAME

I believe there are sets of ERD's around depending on the versions if you are looking more at that level.

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