The following is a guest post by Sandra Wamsley, Programmer Analyst at Laerdal Medical. In her article she describes how to use a custom Physical Renderer in Siebel Mobile Applications to capture the event when the user taps the phone icon to make a call as an activity record in the Siebel database. The code samples and manifest configuration described are for Siebel 126.96.36.199 / 188.8.131.52.
By Jan Peterson
During a presentation to the technical team of a customer who is in the progress of updating to Open UI, I showed how easy it is to make all applets collapsible by just adding some code to a postload event handler.
This is a repost from February 2009, seems that upgrading Siebel CRM doesn't go out of fashion anytime soon, especially with Innovation Pack 2013.
It appears that many of those Siebel consultants are busily upgrading and I think that timeframes are challenging as always ;-)
In his Siebel Observer publication, Bruce Daley informs us about the recent acquisition of Germany based legodo ag by Actuate. For seasoned Siebelians, Actuate rings a lot of bells as it was the primary reporting tool integrated with many versions of Siebel CRM until Oracle replaced Actuate Reports with its own BI Publisher tool.
Oracle ships some interesting standard expressions:
Yesterday, Oracle has released the 4th patchset for Siebel CRM Innovation Pack 2013 which provides cumulative fixes and features for Siebel 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11.
by Jan Peterson
In a previous post we already looked at physical renderers for views. Today we look at an example that was in a similar form part of the first pre-beta demos of Open UI (yes - the version that was shown during OOW 2011 :-) ) - a toolbar of buttons where each button represents an applet.
In the second part of our notes on an upgrade from Siebel 8.1.1.x to Innovation Pack 2013, we are back waiting for the Siebel Upgrade Wizard to finish its arduous task.