Siebel EAI provides adapters and connectors to help create an integration between a Siebel application and an external application. Other connectors are also. Overview: Siebel Enterprise Application Integration. About the EAI MQSeries Server Transport Business Service 21 . Application Integration, Version /, Rev. B is not described in the Siebel Bookshelf.
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The three types of adapters available in Siebel EAI include: Understanding and using the Siebel event framework for automation is also a key focus area of the book. M extension tables Creating custom columns Creating custom indexes Creating custom tables Case study example: Pick Lists Understanding pick lists Static pick lists The pick list object type Pick maps Dynamic pick lists Repository object types for pick lists Case study example: Creating an error exception with a stop step Using error processes Subprocesses Loops and iterations Case study example: For example, assume an end user accesses detailed credit card information from a mainframe system for a particular customer account, which is viewed in the Siebel application interface.
An adapter is a Siebel EAI component that provides a low level interface to allow one application to talk to another application.
Bookshelf v/ Siebel EAI Adapters and Connectors
The book siwbel teaches you to configure the Siebel CRM user interface objects such as views and applets as well as the underlying business layer objects by using real-life case-study examples. Multi Value Fields Understanding multi value fields The “Primary” concept Repository object types behind multi value fields Multi value link Multi value field Multi value group MVG and association booksjelf applets Relationships between repository objects for multi value fields Case ewi example: Unmatched in functionality and scalability, Siebel enhances a company’s sales performance, improves customer satisfaction, and provides a robust Customer Relationship Management system for an organization.
Always having one eye on performance and upgradeability, you will learn to safely configure the Siebel data model. Get unlimited access to videos, live online training, learning paths, books, tutorials, and more.
Publishing and activating a workflow process Managing workflow processes Viewing workflow process instance data Invoking workflow processes Case study example: EAI Siebel Adapter can then query, insert, update, delete, or synchronize data with the Siebel business object layer. Creating child business components on a standalone table Case study example: Some of the features that these interfaces provide include: You will learn how the object types in the Siebel Repository are related to each other and how they wai organized in different layers.
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Stay ahead with the world’s most comprehensive technology and business learning platform. AHA simple quote form applet New applet: Static drilldown from list applet Creating drilldown hyperlinks on form applets Creating dynamic drilldowns Case study example: Creating single value fields Case study example: Siebel Tools and the Siebel Repository Siebel Tools user interface Title bar Menu bar Toolbar Docking windows Editors Status bar Navigating in Siebel Tools Siebel Repository metadata The data layer Tables and columns Interface tables Indexes Object type relationships in the Siebel data layer The business layer Business components, joins, and fields Links Business objects Relationships of business layer and data layer objects The presentation layer Applets and controls Views Screens Applications Menus and toolbars Relationships of presentation layer and business layer objects The integration layer Internal integration objects External integration objects The automation layer Business services Workflow processes Tasks Commands The logical architecture of Siebel applications Other object types Summary 2.
AHA partner query task applet New task view: Displaying data from joined tables Case study example: An EBC is configured in Siebel Tools by using a Table object definition in the Siebel Repository, and a physical table that resides in the same Siebel database instance or subsystem that contains other Siebel tables.
In addition, you will learn to safely configure the Siebel data model. Invoking a business service method from a runtime event Runtime events Summary AHA create order task view Creating tasks Creating the task flow layout Configuring task view steps Configuring business service steps Configuring Siebel Operation steps Configuring decision steps and branches Creating and using task groups Publishing, activating, and administering tasks Testing and debugging tasks Using applet messages Summary It might also be installed locally on your intranet or on a network location.
Other connectors are also available through partners for Siebel Business Applications. Oracle uses a siebl that makes sure that these adapters work according to Oracle standards. In this case, the basic customer account data, such as account number, name, and so forth, is stored in a Siebel application while the detailed transaction information on the credit card account for that customer is stored in an external database.
Supporting a business process with Task UI Creating task applets and task views Preparation steps New business component field: Provides components to integrate Siebel Business Eau with external applications and sieble within your company Works with third-party solutions, such as solutions from IBM, TIBCO, WebMethods, and so forth Provides bidirectional, real time and batch solutions to integrate Siebel applications with other applications Provides a set of interfaces that interact with each other and with other components within a Siebel application.
Siebel Enterprise Application Integration Siebel EAI is the set of products on the Siebel Business Platform that includes tools, technologies, and prebuilt functional integrations that facilitate application integration. A VBC is configured in Siebel Tools and uses business services to access data from an external system.
Bookshelf v/ Siebel EAI and Business Components
Creating an internal integration object Deactivating unneeded integration component fields Defining integration component keys Testing integration objects Advanced settings for integration objects Summary Third-Party Connector Your organization might be required to integrate multiple bbookshelf with one another, such as Siebel applications, SAP, Oracle, I2, and so forth.
This topic describes Siebel EAI usage with business components.
Creating a command with an accelerator Case study example: Creating integration objects Case study example: User Properties Understanding user properties Multi-instance user properties Business component and field user properties Named method user property Case study example: AHA simple order form applet New transient business component: