Despite of the openly misleading heading, we are going to discuss some official Siebel Open UI stuff. I get quite a lot of questions from students who are seeking documentation for 'all properties that I can use in Get()' or similar.
With the upcoming Siebel Innovation Pack 2014, the Siebel community is rightfully excited about Siebel Open UI. IP 2014 will be the fourth release (after 22.214.171.124 two years ago, 126.96.36.199 and IP 2013) and once it is generally available, there will be a lot of exciting things to write about.
Welcome to part 1 of our 'back to school' series on Siebel Open UI. Today we are taking a helicopter ride to get the 'big picture' of the components that contribute to the Siebel Open UI architecture.
As indicated in the kick-off post for this series, we keep the tone nice and easy, just in case you are new to Open UI and just started your career as an Open UI developer. But nonetheless, we will dispense some hooks and bait for the seasoned veteran ;-)
Let's start with a listing of all the ingredients that make up a good Siebel Open UI discussion:
Honestly, it has been a while since this time of the year meant 'back to school' for me. However, in my life - personally and professionally - school has never ended (and hopefully never will, just keep on learning).
If you follow the evolution of Siebel CRM (and this blog), you sure haven't missed Open UI. The latest patch set for IP 2013 bears the number 10 which makes it only 2 months to go for a full year since the last Innovation Pack. Sure you know that IP 2014 is in the making and there will be a lot to tell the round table as soon as it is generally available.