I did the following proof of concept a short while ago in order to demonstrate to customers how end users with more than one position can see a list of opportunities which are assigned to any of the positions they hold.
Out of the office for a one week stretch. As usual, I couldn't stay away from the web and noticed that the follower count on the friend list is now at 102.
This is a follow-up on a previous post on Integration Objects and their representation in memory which, triggered by Jose's comment on the Nov 02, 2009 12:00am
Here is a good site to understand Siebel Integration with posts, quizes, videos.. http://www.siebelintegration.com/tutorials/
This property is to clear the relation or unmapped child date to be removed from the DB. Cascade Delete has 3 types of values. 1) None 2) Clear 3) Delete 1) None: When we are deleting the Parent record if we don’t want to untouch the child record we will set the property as “None” for the Cascade Delete. 2) Clear: [...]
Here is a useful post to manage Siebel Logs; “If you have worked on Siebel CRM I am sure that you have heard the term LOGS lot of times. They are one of the most important and useful things if you are a Siebel Developer. But still most of us actually know how to use them to our [...]
This section helps you to create an Hierarcy type input using EAI Siebel Adapter. Click the Simulator under the Administration – Business Service. First of all; select the Service Name as “EAI Siebel Adapter” and Method Name as “Query” Then in the Input arguments click the New button. Set Type to “PropertySet” and define two Property Name; [...]