Use the Siebel View and Form builder to create a portlet that can access a Siebel backend system, to display and edit Business Component records.
The portlet generated by this builder supports the following operations on a Siebel Business Component: Get, Find, Create, and Save.
This builder allows you to create standard pages that display and edit information obtained from a Business Component. For example, you can configure the builder to create an input page to collect query values, create a search results page to display instances that match those values, and create a page that displays details for each instance presented on the search results page.
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.
Siebel View and Form builder inputs: wpf7
This topic describes the inputs for the Siebel View and Form builder.
Objects Created by the Siebel View And Form Builder: wpf7
A variety of WebApp artifacts are created by the Siebel builders. These artifacts include these LJOs, schemas, variables, methods and pages.
Siebel: specifying credentials: wpf7
You have several options when choosing the credentials used to access the Siebel system at portlet execution time.
Using the Siebel extension pack: wpf7
Some preliminary operations are required before you can put the Siebel builders to work.
Dealing with invalid XML characters: wpf7
In some cases, illegal XML characters will be returned from a Siebel database as part of a field name.
Siebel session pooling: wpf7
The Siebel builders support pooling of sessions to your backend Siebel servers.
Using my own HTML page to displayedit results: wpf7
The Siebel View and Form builder allows you to specify custom HTML pages for the Query, Search Results, Detail, Create and Edit pages.
Profiling a Siebel builder: wpf7
If you are going to vary the object, component, or view mode, follow this best practice for using profiles with the Business Object
, Business Component
, and/or View Mode
inputs in the Siebel builders.
Searching a Siebel database: wpf7
This topic describes the steps to follow to search a Siebel database.
Parent topic: Builder Reference: wpf7
About using the builder call editor: wpf7
Siebel Business Component builder: wpf7
Establishing a connection with a Siebel server: wpf7