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Business Object Object Type
Business objects are customizable, object-oriented building blocks of Siebel applications. Business objects define the relationships between different business component objects (BusComps) and contain semantic information about, for example, sales, marketing, and service-related entities.
A Siebel business object groups one or more business components into a logical unit of information. Examples of Siebel business objects include Opportunity, Quote, Campaign, and Forecast. An opportunity business object may consist of opportunity, contact, and product business components. The opportunity business component dictates the information of the other business components in a parent-child relationship.