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Using business services, you can configure stand-alone "objects" or "modules" with both properties and scripts (written in VB or eScript). Business services may be used for generic code libraries that can be called from any other scripts.
User-created services can be created by adding a new record to the Business Service list applet in Siebel Tools. They can also be defined by administrators at run time by using views in the Siebel client. They can have whatever properties are needed to accomplish a particular task. They can be called either from scripts or from object interfaces.
NOTE: To invoke a business service using the Web Client Automation Server and Browser Script, the business service must first be registered in Siebel Tools as an application user property. This prevents Service Not Found errors. For more information, see GetService Method.
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