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A UI property is a named variable and its value. UI properties modify the display of an item in a customizable product. You define a UI property by selecting the desired item in a customizable product and then defining one or more UI properties for it.
There are two types of UI properties: predefined and user-defined. Predefined UI properties, such as Hide, are Siebel-provided UI properties that perform special functions. User-defined UI properties are those that you define and then insert into a Web template to control the display characteristics of an item.
After you define a UI property, you can verify your work by validating the customizable product. Validating a customizable product displays the selection pages a user sees during a configuration session. To validate the customizable product, from the Item Display Properties menu, choose Validate.
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