Update Manager Dashboard Overview

The Update Manager Dashboard provides a central location for all update tasks. The dashboard provides analytics for PUM (PeopleSoft Update Manager) that assist in determining your current level of maintenance. The various pivot grids provided on the dashboard, provide access into the maintenance logs and bug information for each database uploaded to the PeopleSoft Update Image.

Image: Update Manager Dashboard

This example illustrates the fields and controls on the Update Manager Dashboard. You can find definitions for the fields and controls later on this page.

Update Manager Dashboard

By default the Update Manager Dashboard has four tiles:

  1. Bug by Target Database pivot grid

  2. Bug Status by Product pivot grid

  3. Bug Status by Image pivot grid

  4. Bug Status by Tag pivot grid

The left navigation pane of the Update Manager Dashboard provides links to Update Manager features and pages. When you select a link from the left navigation pane, the corresponding page appears in the target content area. The following folders make up the Update Manager Dashboard.

Folders

Description

Select Target Database

This folder contains a list of all the target database that have been uploaded to the PUM Source. When you select a database Push Notifications is used to refresh the four Pivot Grid tiles in the dashboard.

See Using PeopleSoft Update Manager (PUM) Analytics

Define Change Package

This folder contains links to the various types of change packages.

See Defining Change Package

Update Manager Utilities

This folder contains links to Update Manager utilities.

See Using Update Manager Utilities

Customization Repository

This folder contains links to the tasks necessary to manage the customization repository.

See Understanding Customization Repository

Test Repository

This folder contains links to the tasks necessary for managing test repository.

See Understanding Test Repository

Information for working with and customizing Dashboards is provided elsewhere in PeopleTools product documentation. See the product documentation for PeopleTools 8.55: Using PeopleSoft Applications