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If an integration component field is created for a Siebel business component field, and the business component field is based on a picklist, the EAI Siebel Adapter or the Object Manager validates the field. To have the validation done using the EAI Siebel Adapter, the integration component field has a user property with the name PICKLIST and a value of Y; otherwise, validation is done by the Object Manager.
If the EAI Siebel Adapter validates the integration component field, and if the pickmap for the picklist contains more than one field, when designing the integration object, you must decide the following:
An example is an integration object based on Order Entry business object. The root component of the Order Entry business object is Order Entry - Orders with a field Account, whose pickmap contains a large number of fields such as Account, Account Location, Account Integration Id, Currency Code, Price List, and so on. One of the tasks the integration object designer needs to perform is to determine which of these fields is used to identify the account for an order.
If the PicklistUserKeys user property on the integration component field that is mapped to the field with the picklist (in the example above: Account) is not defined, then any integration component fields that are mapped to columns in the U1 index of business component's base table, and are present in the pickmap will be used by the EAI Siebel Adapter to find the matching record in the picklist. (In the example above, this would be Account and Account Location.)
In cases where the default user key for the picklist does not satisfy your business requirements (for example, Account Integration Id should be solely used instead of the default user key to pick an Account), or you want to make the user key explicit for performance reasons, then use the PicklistUserKeys user property.
The value of the PicklistUserKeys user property is a comma separated list of integration component fields that are used to find the matching record in the picklist (for example, 'Account, Account Location' or 'Account Integration Id').
In order for the EAI Siebel Adapter to use the fields referenced in PicklistUserKeys user property, the fields must be included in the pickmap of the underlying business component field. Please note that if the business component field names and integration component field names, listed in the PicklistUserKeys property, are not the same, then the picklist must contain external names of the fields listed in the PicklistUserKeys user property.
If there is a field present in the business component and in the pickmap, and it is stored in the base table, then the EAI Siebel Adapter can use the picklist to populate this field, only if this field is present and active in the integration component. This field must also be present and empty in the input property set.
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