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An IFB file is nothing but a EIM configuration file which is an ASCII or Unicode (Binary) text file of extension type .ifb. IFB stands for Interface Batch.
No. The S_CONTACT.PRIV_FLG is not part of the user key to the S_CONTACT table.
The Enterprise Integration Manager (EIM) is designed for importing large volumes of data. Most failures are caused by data errors.
After the introduction of the S_PARTY table in Siebel version 7 tables such as S_ORG_EXT and S_CONTACT has become extension tables to the S_PARTY table.
An aborted Enterprise Integration Manager (EIM) Merge or Delete process will leave orphan records if the EIM process is terminated abnormally.
This information pertains to Siebel version 3.x, 4.x, 5.x, 6.x and 7.x.
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Some process parameters like TYPE, BATCH, and TABLE are similar to an Import process.
A merge process deletes one or more existing rows from the base table and ensures that intersecting table rows are adjusted to refer to the remaining rows.
In the "Advanced Usage" chapter of the Siebel "Enterprise Integration Manager and Administration Guide", it is recommended that batch sizes of 5,000 records or less be used.
The syntax of EXPORT MATCHES and DELETE MATCHES has been changed in version 7.x./8.x This information was not available in the Siebel Bookshelf.
The following are the correct syntax for the EXPORT MATCHES and DELETE MATCHES parameters: