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Once you determine what objects you need to map, use the Data Map form to create data maps. See Define Integration Objects.
Once you have created your integration object map, you can use the Auto-Map button to have the Siebel application create the necessary mappings between the underlying components. The root components are always mapped by Auto-Map, whether or not they have the same name. Once the root components are mapped, the Auto-Map recursively walks through every component and their fields to map them. If the components have the same name, the Auto-Map continues to map their fields and their children components. However, if the components have different names, the Auto-Map ignores the current components, their fields, and their children components, and moves on to map the next component. In cases where only the field names are different, the Auto-Map only ignores that one field and continues with its recursive mapping.
After you create a data map, you can define the arguments for your map. You can then use these arguments when you call the map within workflow. To define arguments, use the Integration Map Argument list on the Integration Object Map form.
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