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SSSE allows fields from certain database tables to be added for synchronization, but does not support fields from certain other tables. Other characteristics can also affect whether SSSE can synchronize a field successfully. For example, SSSE does not support synchronization of calculated fields. This topic discusses supported and unsupported tables, and other characteristics of fields that affect synchronization possibilities.
A major factor in whether or not you can add a field for synchronization is whether or not SSSE will detect changes to that field. SSSE monitors a specific set of supported database tables to identify changes to be synchronized with Microsoft Exchange. If a field resides in a table that SSSE does not monitor, SSSE does not detect changes in field values, so synchronization of changes in those tables is not supported.
Table 31 lists the tables in each Siebel Domain that can have fields added for synchronization. You can add most fields from these tables for synchronization. If a field based on a particular table is a multivalue group (MVG), then SSSE synchronizes only the Primary value from the MVG.
CAUTION: When choosing fields from supported tables to add for synchronization, do not choose business component system fields or fields that have special meaning for Siebel components (and that ought to be updated only by those Siebel components), since synchronizing such fields can have unpredictable results.
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