What is Pace-Trace?

Most professionals involved with PeopleSoft have seen a SQL trace file at one point in their career. Although extremely valuable, extracting the useful information from this file can be a significant hurdle. Loading the file in Pace-Trace, this information is made available to you in a clear format, even if you are not a programmer. Being able to continue focusing on the problem, and not the file, dramatically speeds the process toward your eventual solution. As a developer myself, this tool solves the one problem I could not find any other available tool to solve. Since 1997, Pace-Trace has been maintained and extended, providing more functionality with more accuracy on each release. Read on for more information about the tool and the significant updates for the latest version.



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Oracle copied Pace-Trace

Oracle copied Pace-Trace and included it in the latest release of PeopleTools (8.55). The tool is called "AE Log Analyzer" in their documentation, although the title bar of the program is "AET Analyzer". Here is a look at their software: Now compare the above to...

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Version 3 ready for use and abuse

After a number of bug fixes, I can now recommend you giving version 3.0 a trial. I will update the site with information about the new features (including now the ability to read AET files!). In the meantime, just click here to download it, and let me know what you...

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Download 3.0 Pre-Release!

After the recent trouble some people were having, I have rushed a release version of Pace-Trace 3.0. There are still many features I have yet to include, but the foundation of the application is now completely on the .Net framework, which should correct the stability...

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