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Developing and Deploying Siebel Business Applications
■Goals and Scope of Developing and Deploying Siebel Business Applications
Goals and Scope of Developing and Deploying Siebel Business Applications
Introducing NREC
NREC’s Business Objectives
NREC’s User Profiles
Siebel Business Functionality
Access Requirements
NREC’s Implementation Strategy
Siebel eRoadmap Methodology
Introduction to Application Software Testing
Common Test Definitions
Siebel eRoadmap Implementation Methodology
Overview of the Siebel Testing Process
■Plan Testing Strategyon page20
Plan Testing Strategy
Execute Siebel Functional Tests
Execute Performance Tests
Sample Project Design Documentation
NREC’s Business Requirements
Manage the List of Houses for Sale
Manage Opportunities
Manage Activities
Manage Contacts
Reviewing NREC’s Design
Data Layer
Business Object Layer
Business Objects
User Interface Layer
■Siebel Application Environments
Siebel Application Environments
The Development Environment
The Test Environment
The Production Environment
■Siebel Object Architecture
Siebel Object Architecture
Windows in Siebel Tools
Web Layout Editor
Setting Tools Options
The Configuration Process
■“Checking Out Projects from the Server”
Checking Out Projects from the Server
Making Configuration Changes
Compiling Projects
Testing Changes
Checking In Projects
Other Key Tasks for Managing Object Definitions
Viewing Project Differences Before Check In
Locking Projects in Your Local Repository
Exporting Object Definitions
Importing Object Definitions
About the Local Development Environment
Setting Up Database Users
Creating Positions
Associating Responsibilities
Setting Up Developers as Siebel Employees
Setting Up Developers as Mobile Web Clients
Generating a New Database Template
Running the Generate New Database Server Component
Extracting the Local Database
Sample Directory Tree After Running Database Extract
Initializing Each Developer’s Local Database
To initialize a developer’s local database
Performing a Full Get
6Getting Started in the User Interface Layer
■Creating an NREC Project
Creating an NREC Project
Setting Your Target Browser
Creating Strings
How the Symbolic Strings Model is Implemented
Strings Not Included in the Symbolic Strings Model
Creating Symbolic String References
Inactivating Screens
To inactivate screen page tabs and screen menu items
Inactivating Views
Configuring NREC’s Activity Applets
About Applets and Applet Web Templates
Removing Fields (List Columns and Controls) from the User Interface
Exposing Fields in the User Interface
Adding the Opportunity Field to a Activity Detail Applet (SCW)
Reviewing the Results
7Configuring the House and Opportunity Entities
Configuring the House Detail View
Extending the Database by Adding New Columns to the Base Table
Configuring the Internal Product Business Component
Modify Existing Product Applets to Display NREC Attributes
Configuring the Product Form Applet
Creating the House Detail View
Creating the Houses Screen
To create the Houses screen
Defining Page Tab and Screen Menu Items
Compiling and Unit Testing
Configuring the House Detail - Appraisals View
■“Creating the Appraisals Business Component” on page102
About Standard 1:M Extension Tables
Creating the Appraisals Business Component
Creating a Link Between Houses and Appraisals
Adding the Appraisals Business Component to a Business Object
Create a New Appraisals List Applet
Creating the House Detail - Appraisals View
Adding the House Detail - Appraisals View to the Houses Screen
To associate the House Detail - Appraisals view to the Houses Screen
Configuring the Opportunity Details View
Adding Additional Columns to the Opportunity Base Table
Adding Fields to the Opportunity Business Component
To add fields to the Opportunity business component
Modifying Applets to Display Additional Attributes
Testing the House and Opportunity Entities
■“Configuring Pick Lists”
Configuring Pick Lists
Static Pick Lists
Dynamic Pick Lists
Constraining a Pick List
Creating Drilldowns
Creating a Dynamic Drilldown
To create Drilldown Destination Objects
Configuring Multi-Value Groups
Exposing the MVG in the User Interface
To expose the MVG in the user interface
Testing the Configuration Changes
To create a virtual business component
Creating Fields for the Virtual Business Component
Defining User Properties for the Virtual Business Component
Updating the Business Object
Exposing the Fields in the User Interface
Creating a New List Applet
Creating a New View
Adding the View to a Screen
Compiling and Testing
Code Samples
■“Code to Copy into General:Declarations”
Code to Copy into General:Declarations
Code to Copy into Service:Service_PreInvokeMethod
Testing the Virtual Business Component
Documenting Your Changes in an ERD
User Interface Elements
Source Control for Web Template and Related Files
Location of Siebel Web Templates and Related Files
The Web Template Development Process
Adding a New Logo to the Banner
■“Modifying the Banner Frame Web Template” on page161
Modifying the Banner Frame Web Template
Modifying the Banner Color Scheme
To modify the banner background color
Modifying the Screen Bar and View Bar Colors
Modifying Applet Colors
Testing the Web Client Changes
■“Execute Integration Tests” on page167
Execute Integration Tests
Execute User Acceptance Tests
Executing Performance Tests
Benefits of Functional Test Automation
Benefits of Load Test Automation
Key Features of Load Test Tools
Architectural Overview of Load Testing
Setting Up Your Load Testing Environment
Migrating Repository Data from Development to Test
Preparing for the Repository Migration
Migrating the Repository
Moving Modified Web Templates and Related Files
Migrating Nonrepository Data from Development to Test
Basic EIM Concepts
Process Overview
Using the Interface Tables
Determining Which Columns Are Required
Loading the Interface Tables
Editing the Configuration File
Disabling Logging Before Initial Loads
To run an EIM process using the GUI
Checking the Results of the Data Import
■Logging On as the Siebel Administrator
Logging On as the Siebel Administrator
Defining Company Structure
Understanding Company Structure
Understanding Access to Data
Setting Up Organizations and Organization Skills
Setting Up Divisions
Setting Up Positions and Position Skills
Defining Responsibilities
To copy an existing responsibility
Setting Up an Employee in Your Siebel Application
Associating Responsibilities with a User
Registering Partners and Creating Partner Organizations
Registering Partners and Promoting Them to Organizations
Creating Positions, Responsibilities, and User Assignments
Activating the Rules
Configuring Siebel Communications Server
Creating an Email Template
Creating a Workflow Process
Using Workflow Process Features in Siebel Tools
Creating a Workflow Policy
Creating a Policy Action
Creating a Policy Condition
Running Generate Triggers
Starting Workflow Monitor Agent
■Creating Rule Sets
Creating Rule Sets
Associating Rule Sets with Applets
Using the Expression Designer
To test personalization rules
18Implementing Siebel Remote
Setting Up the Siebel Remote Server
Setting Up a New Siebel Remote User
Creating a Mobile Web Client User Account and Privileges
Setting Up Mobile Client Hardware and Software
Enabling Network Connectivity
Establishing Autodial Preferences
To establish autodial preferences
Setting Siebel Remote Preferences
Registering a Mobile Client
Running Database Extract for a Mobile Web Client
To run a database extract for a mobile Web client
Synchronizing a Mobile Web Client Machine
■Migrating Data from the Test Environment to Production
Migrating Data from the Test Environment to Production
Moving Setup Data
Moving Program Data
Rolling Out to End Users
Rolling Out to Siebel Web Client Users
Rolling Out to Mobile and Dedicated Web Client Users
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