Workflows can be invoked using :-
Importing WSDL in Siebel is two step process:
Siebel does not support changing the case of through EAI, however it is possible to call a custom business service through data maps which can convert the case.
InvokeServiceMethod ("CustomDataMapper", "UpperCase", "InputStr='"+[Integration Field Name]+"'", "OutputStr")
Name of Integration Component Field is used to create the Siebel Message property set, It is essential to know the ICF name if script is used to get value from XML.
A group of rules in a sequence, used to parse property set input until a rule is found that matches the input.
Example: Clicking a hyperlink uses GET
Example: Sending information in a Web-based form uses POST.
• Changes data in a business object instance to match data in an integration object instance.
• Updates, inserts, or deletes a business component instance.
Use EAI Siebel Adapter Business Service Query method and then EAI XML Converter Service Method HierToDoc to generate XML Doc.
Find the Integration Component Field and update the External Field name to the new field name.
Reads a file and transforms data from an XML format to a property set format.
Performs a combination of operations on components of an integration object instance.
Find the Integration object from the xml and then go to the desired integration component and update the XML Tag of desired integration component field.
WSDL stands for Web Services Descriptive Language. It is an XML file which describes everything about a web server.
Typically it contains:
Deletes a business component instance.
XSD is an XML Schema Definition document. It is a type of XML document which defines the structure of an XML document. It contains the structure of the XML and the data type and length of XML.
Siebel tools can generated by Generate XML Schema wizard by clicking Generate Schema Button.
Selects data from the Siebel database Without using Siebel object interfaces.
To export Siebel data to an external system we can use either one of the following solutions.
Transforms data from a property set to an XML format and writes it to a file.
Internal Integration Object refers to Siebel Business Object for querying and saving data. External Integration Object refers to XML schema, one can not use query or insert operation on external integration object. To create external integration object, either XSD or DTD document is required.
DTD is Document Type Definition, it is another form of document which describes the structure and data types of an XML document. It can also be generated through Generate Schema Button on the Siebel Integration Object.
Integration objects enable the transformation of application-specific data into a common format (such as XML) that other applications can process.
To control a Siebel application from an external system we can use either one of the following solutions.
Notation that defines a rule, a subset of the XPath standard.
• An event is a user or system action to which the Siebel application might respond
Select events are exposed through the Application Programming Interface (API)
Example: Updating a record, updating a field, and deleting a record
• An event handler is the Siebel code that executes in response to the event
Example: When the user steps off a record being edited (the event), the application responds by committing the record to the database (the event handler)
XML container element if specified on IC then Siebel adapter will always create an XML tag before the start of child IC records, and it will always be present in XML even if no records are returned by query method.
• An integration object is metadata. A model of the structure of a particular data set.
• Whereas an integration object is metadata. A model of the structure of a particular data set.