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Connected to the local database with the user id and password for the local user; while applying with the correct ODBC connection and the process initiates for a minute, and then Siebel tools automatically closes; In another machine, the process i

we have 5 load balanced siebel application servers in production. Should we continue to enable the following components on all 5 servers or just having them enabled on one server is sufficient?

Generate reports in spreadsheet based on business scenarios on a periodical basis and sharing the reports to the respective teams.The task will be repetitive in nature which involves manual interventionSolution :An automated batch

There have been cases in analytics repository migration where the entire repository (popularly known as rpd in the developers circle) files needs to be moved to other environments due to code merge issues or developers not adhering to coding stand

Prior to running EIM it is important to clean up fragmented objects, especially those that will be used during the EIM processing. The following SQL statement can be used to identify objects with greater than 10 extents:

In Siebel version 7.x and higher, saved user preferences such as columns displayed and column size settings are stored by the Siebel application in .spf User Preference files. For users on Siebel Mobile or Siebel Dedicated Web Clients, User P

he session can be killed at the Database layer, however the Siebel object manager's DB Connector will automatically perform a session reconnect :

Here is the session from Oracle's v$session table :

During configuration and upgrades of a Siebel application, it happens quite often that setting

Siebel Application Response measurement ( SARM) has following subares -DBC_FETCH

Client Requirement is to automatically logg off Siebel client if an Inactive User/Ex-Employee tries to access the application 



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