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About the Files Generated by the Web UI DDK Wizard

The Web UI DDK Wizard guides developers through the process of creating object definitions in the Siebel repository and defining Siebel Web services. The Web UI DDK Wizard generates the following files that are used by the Java developer to render a custom UI in a Web application. The generated files are saved in the DDK output folder specified in the Web UI DDK Wizard.

  • Sample JavaServer Pages. These are pages that render the UI for the selected view. JavaServer pages are also created for Login and any dynamic picklists (that is, picklists that do not use LOVs) and MVG fields that have been associated with Web services. For more information, see About the Sample JavaServer Pages.

    NOTE:  Sample JSP pages are based on Apache Axis and use JSP Standard Tag Libraries.

  • WSDL Files. Web Service Definition Language files represent the business object and components for the selected view. WSDL files are also generated for any non-LOV picklists and MVG fields that have been associated with a Web service. The DDK output folder includes the Apache Ant build file for generating Java proxies from the WSDL files.
  • Java Files. These utility Java source files perform common tasks such as login and session management.
  • Readme File. This is a text file (readme.txt) that gives instructions on deploying the sample pages in a Java EE Web application.
  • DDK Log. This is a log file (DDK.log) that captures errors and tracing information from the code generation process.
  • Cascading Style Sheets and Images. The sample JavaServer pages use these.
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