Tag Archives: Case Study

Siebel Open UI – Complete Async Search functionality

This is the final part of the a case study involving newly introduced Siebel Open UI’s AI object and Block UI jQuery plugin. In the last part of the series we will see how to attach a click event to a image control and trigger the search functionality.

I wouldn’t go into details of how to get an image on the applet the way the video shows. All I can tell you is that we created a new web template and added specific id and classes to image control inside the template to make our jQuery selectors simple. Continue Reading

Exporting the data from Siebel Database to CSV file

This article has been contributed by Prashant Jha. In this article he explains scriptless solution for a seemingly complex requirement and demonstrates a great example of Siebel EAI in action. Here is a requirement wherein we need to export data from Siebel DB to an external system in a CSV file Format. As soon as… Continue Reading

Time difference in calculated fields

A user sent me a requirement today which I found interesting (to be honest a bit easy which I could complete and test quickly),  but this is a common requirement and can be daunting for a Siebel newbie. So thought of posting the solution for everybody. Requirement: When a Service Request is created the default status… Continue Reading

SortSpec + Expressions = Performance Issue

This post is about another performance issue I worked upon recently. A particular transaction (button click) was taking around 15-20 seconds to complete and I was asked to see if there is any scope of improvement and try to gain at least 5 seconds from it. As I had mentioned when it comes to performance… Continue Reading

Extracting and SFTP Siebel attachment

Recently I worked on a simple yet different type of integration. The requirement statement of integration was pretty simple.  Requirement:  When a Service Request is closed then attachments of that SR should be extracted and sent to a different application though SFTP.  The interesting part in this requirement was SFTP part as I had never done that… Continue Reading