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A Siebel repository contains the object definitions of the Siebel application and database schema. Within any one hierarchy, every instance of Siebel Replication Manager and Siebel Remote must have the same database schema and SRF file.
NOTE: Although the Language can vary for each instance within any one hierarchy, the SRF file must be compiled from the same repository. For example, the SRF file used in a Replication environment can be a different language from the SRF file used in the HQ environment if both are compiled from the same repository. Similarly, the Language used by one Remote client can be different from another Remote client within the same hierarchy if each is compiled from the same repository.
When object definitions are changed—for example, to change application behavior or to add extension columns—it is necessary to distribute the changes to the Headquarters, Regional and local databases (this is known as a minor upgrade).
NOTE: It is recommended that you thoroughly test the repository changes and upgrade steps in a separate test environment before migrating them to production. The following steps assume that an SRF file has been compiled and is available for distribution.
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