Thank you so much for your response and your offer. I'd really
appreciate being able to talk to some of the folks at BC who are using
Stat and also see how you're using it.
Deborah Nanni, Ph.D.
University Information Technology
169 Holland Street
Somerville, MA 02144
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Elizabeth A. Dority wrote:
> Our PeopleSoft environment is similar to what you've described at Tufts'
> and we have been using Stat from Quest Software for a few years now. I'd
> be happy to hook you up with folks here if you like to get more
> information or see how we are using it.
> Beth Dority
> Boston College
> Luke Fernandez wrote:
>> In the absence of other replies I'll take a shot at this although it
>> may only inform your question indirectly.
>> We've been using version control software here at Weber State for
>> about two years. The product we use is called Subversion. The
>> software is open source and I first heard about it through the Sakai
>> community which uses it to track their software development. The
>> version we use is called Tortoise SVN ( tortoisesvn.tigris.org
>> <http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org> ) and you interface with it through
>> your PC's file manager (other clients exist for Macs).
>> Version control software can be very difficult to use; in my previous
>> job at Campus Pipeline (now part of Sungard/Luminus) we used something
>> called CVS which (at the time at least) was not a very intuitive
>> version control application. It served an important purpose but you
>> practically needed to be a build engineer to use it.
>> In contrast TortoiseSVN turns version control into a fun and easy task
>> that just about anybody can do.
>> On Fri, Feb 29, 2008 at 7:42 AM, Debbie Nanni <[log in to unmask]
>> <mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
>> Tufts University uses PeopleSoft for Human Resources, Benefits,
>> and Payroll functions. We are currently running 8.0, with an
>> upgrade to
>> 9.0 in progress. The back ends are AIX with Oracle.
>> The university is interested in automating change management and
>> versioning functions for PeopleSoft. Towards that end, we'd like to
>> know what products, if any, other schools are using to perform these
>> functions. We'd also be interested in hearing about ease (or
>> difficulty) of their implementations, continued use, ongoing
>> and your general level of satisfaction with the product(s) chosen.
>> Debbie Nanni
>> Deborah Nanni, Ph.D.
>> University Information Technology
>> Tufts University
>> 169 Holland Street
>> Somerville, MA 02144
>> 617-627-2889 (phone)
>> 617-627-3699 (fax)
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