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You can use the EAI Siebel Wizard to create integration objects that represent Siebel business objects. During the process of creating a new integration object, described in About the Integration Object Builder, you can choose the EAI Siebel Wizard as the business service to help create the object. This wizard understands the structure of Siebel business objects. As shown in Figure 21, the wizard returns a list of the available business objects from which you can choose one to base your integration object on.
The wizard also returns a list of the available components contained within the object you have chosen. When you select certain components in the wizard, you are activating those components in your integration object. Your integration object contains the entire structural definition of the business object you selected in the first wizard dialog box. Only the components you checked, or left selected, are active within your integration object. That means any instances you retrieve of that integration object contains only data represented by the selected components.
After the wizard creates your integration object, you can edit the object in Siebel Tools, as shown in Figure 22. You might choose to drill down into the integration components and activate or inactivate particular components or even particular fields within one or more components.
NOTE: Always inactivate the fields rather than delete them, even though the net effect will be the same. When you execute the synchronization task, using the Siebel EAI sync utility in Siebel Tools, inactivated fields remain inactive, while the deleted fields are created as active fields in the integration object.
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