Use the Siebel Business Component builder to add a SiebelDataHelper
linked Java object (LJO) to your model that can access a Siebel backend system and call a Siebel Business Component. Use thist builder when you want to get access to a data store.
This LJO provides the following utility methods that can be invoked in the chosen Business Component:
The builder user interface (UI) allows you to choose a Siebel Business Component and choose the fields from that component to use in Summary and Detail operations. The builder stores that information in a schema that is added to the model. The builder also adds a number of schema-typed variables to the model that are referenced by the utility methods specified above.
This builder functionality is incorporated in the Siebel View & Form builder.
To communicate successfully, a Siebel server and an external Siebel client (such as IBM® WebSphere® Portlet Factory), must use the same file encoding scheme. To use Siebel builders successfully, make sure that your client platform matches the file encoding used by your Siebel server.
Parent topic: Builder Reference: wpf7
About using the builder call editor: wpf7
Siebel: specifying credentials: wpf7
Dealing with invalid XML characters: wpf7
Siebel session pooling: wpf7
Profiling a Siebel builder: wpf7
Siebel View and Form builder: wpf7
Establishing a connection with a Siebel server: wpf7