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Where do I find good resources on configuring Pixel Perfect Talent Cards for SuccessFactors?

Hi all,

I have been trying to find explanations or tutorials on creating templates for Pixel Perfect Talent Cards (PPTC) in SuccessFactors. There is some information on how the process works in Partner Edge and KBAs:

https://partneredge.sap.com/en/library/education/products/emp_mng/hcm/implement/conwb/tr_wb_config_ana_operep.html

https://launchpad.support.sap.com/#/notes/2460168

https://launchpad.support.sap.com/#/notes/2479387

But it seems that one can only find information on setting everything up to be able to upload the templates and not on how to create a template in the first place.

Does anybody have good resources on the complete process of setting this up?

Thank you,

Tobias

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  • Jul 09, 2018 at 02:52 PM

    Hi Tobias,

    This question is often raised in the customer community. I think the best answer so far would be this one from Chis Wilpert who posted a great answer and link to his blog on the topic.

    https://community.successfactors.com/t5/Succession-Management-Career/Pixel-Perfect-Talent-Card/m-p/180410#M2245

    Hope this helps.
    Paul

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    • Hi Paul,

      thank you for your answer.

      I had already read those answers and the blog post. They give a good overview, but I was thinking about some kind of step-by-step guide for creating the templates. I have tried using the scorecard.xml as data source and uploading a .rptdesign file created with BIRT, but the upload mask in Provisioning only told us that the file is not valid.

      Does something like an actual tutorial or documentation exist, or do we need to trial-and-error our way through?

      In the community post you sent, Monika Liebl writes about using "old" technology - is it even recommended to start using the PPTC feature?

      Thanks again!

      Tobias