Tuesday, February 5, 2008


1.What is Siebel Application?
Siebel standard applications include a defined set of screens, views, lists, forms, and their associated templates.

2.What main three types of object can be put onto an applet?
Labels, buttons and text box.

3.What is a view and what does it consist of?
A view consists of one or more applets, it maps to a single business component, they are grouped into screens and finally they form the basis for responsibilities.

4 Once you have created a view what do you have to do in order for a user to see the view?
Register the view and then assign the view to the users responsibilities.

5.Explain what an applet is?
It is a means of displaying to the user, the data in fields of one business component. It occupies one or more adjacent sectors in a view. It can be configures as - list, form, and pick MVG or Associated.

6.What are screens?
These are a collection of related views. All views in a screen mapping to the same business object (except administration screens).

7.List the different modes of Applet?
An applet can be displayed in 5 modes (1) Base – read only (2) Edit – for updating values (3) New – for creating a new record (4) Query – where query is different from edit (5) Edit list – for editing records.

8.What are the various types of applets?
The various types of applets are:
--Form applet
--List applet
--Pick applet
--Multi value group applet(MVG)
--Chart applet
--Association applet
--Explorer or tree applet
--File attachment applets

9.Can you include controls inside a list applet?
Yes. Controls like check box, picklist, label, combo box can be placed inside a list applet.

10.What is the field control?
This is a custom control, stored in the Siebsrvr/webtempl/CCHTMLType, dCCHTML.swf and cfgHTMLType.swf. The SWE framework looks up the controls in these files for information on how to display them.

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