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SSSE runs a user filtering algorithm periodically to determine which users have Siebel database records that have been changed and that require synchronization with Microsoft Exchange. For an implementation of SSSE that is not customized, the default user filtering configuration monitors changes in every table that is referenced by the domains and fields that are synchronized by default.
The default user filtering configuration involves 15 Siebel business components. Table 37 lists these business components and the fields and Objects associated with them. Each business component has a set of fields that record the true database update time of each row in a table or joined table. In addition, each business component has a User Id field that specifies the owner of each record in the business component. For information on changing user filtering configurations, see Changing User Filtering Configurations.
Each time the user filtering algorithm runs, a set of queries is issued to identify the users whose records have changed since the last filtering. For example, for particular values of last_filtering_time and business_component_name, the query finds information that can be described as follows:
Some business components have more than one database update time field. Separate queries are issued for each of these fields, sequentially. As a result, 18 queries are issued each time the user filtering algorithm runs. The union of query results is the set of users who have records that require synchronization with the Exchange Server.
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