In an attempt for a real-life scenario of customizing the appearance of all list applets in a Siebel Open UI enabled application, I would like to introduce you to a coding experiment for conditional formatting of list columns.
If you or your customers are using the Siebel Mobile Web Client along with Siebel Remote technology, you should log in to My Oracle Support as soon as your time allows and get the latest Statement of Direction (SOD) document which lays out Oracle's plans for this technology as well as the future roadmap for Siebel Mobile Disconnected Applications.
It's this time of the year again when the good people at Rittman Mead gather the most prolific BI experts in Brighton and Atlanta. This humble writer also secured a seat at the UK event which starts this Wednesday.
Time for another Open UI adventure. In this article, I would like to show you the results of an experiment.
If you watch the Siebel Open UI space attentively, you are sure aware of the introduction of presentation models and physical renderers for views in monthly patch 220.127.116.11.3. And this is exactly what I tried.