Tuesday, February 5, 2008

TOOLS(31 to 41)

31.What are the three compile options?
All, Locked and Selected

32.What is Copying Projects?
Object definitions in one or more projects can be copied:
--From the server to the local developer repository (Get, Check Out)
--From the local developer repository to the server (Check In)

33.What is Project Differences?
Project Differences to view details of changes made to checked-out projects prior to checking them in.

34. What are the three windowpanes associated with project ‘Diff’?
--Project differences,
--Object differences,
--Attribute differences

35. What does the Changed Flag indicate?
A Checkmark in this column indicates that changes have been made to the contents of the corresponding record since particular date and time (You set this date and time using the General tab in Tools -> Options menu).

36. What is the No Delete, No Insert, No Update BC property?
If set to TRUE, no data manipulation can be performed. Default is FALSE.

37. What are the two means for editing object definitions?
--Object List Editor,
--Properties window

38.What is validating Object Definitions?
Determines correctness of selected object definitions in the repository

39.What does setting the Runtime property to TRUE indicate?
If TRUE, then a runtime check will be made to see what special processing needs to occur for the field. TRUE indicates that more must be done than just showing the data from the database.

40.How can you check you configuration work inside Siebel? And what does it do?
You can validate your changes using the Validation screen (right click and select Validation). This allows you to use a set of pre-defined Siebel rules to check your work for correctness.

41.What is configuration?
Configuring is the process of modifying a standard Siebel application using Siebel Tools to meet business needs. Object definitions are edited and created.

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