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When you work with Siebel objects you must understand Siebel object naming conventions. An understanding of object naming conventions allows you to keep track of existing Siebel objects and to successfully create and maintain your own objects.
If you understand Siebel naming conventions, you can more easily identify underlying datasets (VSAM files); for example, the name of the underlying datasets for H0401000 table space might look like Q10E.DSNDBC.SIEBTO.H0401000.I0001.A001 where the fourth node represents the table space name.
NOTE: Siebel utilities are able to recognize and use custom objects only if they follow Siebel naming conventions; therefore, it is strongly recommended that you use the Siebel naming conventions for objects that you create.
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