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Reviewing and Modifying Lists of Values (LOVs)

Before you enter information about an event, you may want to review the existing LOVs to determine whether the values meet the needs of your company, and then add or modify LOVs to adapt them to your business processes.

To review and modify LOVs for event management

  1. From the application-level menu, choose View > Site Map > Application Administration > Lists of Values.
  2. Referring to Table 2, review the LOVs for event management.
  3. Update the values as required.
  4. For specific instructions on modifying LOVs, see Applications Administration Guide.

Siebel eEvents Manager for Finance screens contain fields that display available values from LOVs such as those listed in Table 2.

Table 2. List of Values (LOVs)
List of Values
Indicates whether a venue or vendor rate is calculated hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, or on a per-item or per-person basis.
Displays a selection of standard types of event costs, such as venues, vendors, shipping, materials, collateral, and so on.
Displays the registration status of an account for an event or an individual session. Values include Pending, Confirmed, Waitlisted, Restricted Invite, Invited, Cancelled, and so on.
Displays a selection of contribution types a partner organization can make for an event, such as monetary, promotional, material, and so on.
Displays a selection of attire types appropriate for the event or session.
Indicates if a fee is required for the event. Values available by default include Registration, Voluntary, Donation, and None.
Displays the format of the session featured, such as Keynote, Roundtable, Workshop, and so on.
Indicates the status of event or session material items such as chairs, badges, flower arrangements, napkins, balloons, and so on.
Identifies the role of a partner organization in an event, such as Exhibitor, Sponsor, Contributor, and so on.
Indicates the status of arrangements with a partner organization, such as Requested, Shipped, Fulfilled, and so on.
Indicates the frequency of the auto-generated subevents of an event, such as Daily, Weekly, Quarterly, and so on.
Displays the registration status of a potential attendee, speaker, or staff member for an event or an individual session.
Displays a selection of revenue sources related to an event, such as Partners, Sponsors, Advertisers, and so on.
Displays a selection of room types available at event venues, such as conference rooms, classrooms, auditoriums, and so on.
Displays a selection of staff member roles or areas of responsibility, such as Set-Up, Moderator, Clean-Up, and so on.
Displays the registration status, such as Acknowledged, Approved, Scheduled, and so on.
Displays the status of an event or session, such as Planned, In Progress, Completed, and so on.
Indicates if travel expenses are included in the event costs, and, if so, for whom.
Displays the type of parent event or subevent featured, such as Seminar, Deal Roadshow, Non-Deal Roadshow, and so on. If the event type is Deal Roadshow or Non-Deal Roadshow, the system automatically adds all delegates associated with the event (Speakers, Staff, and Event Team members) to every travel item booked for the event.
Defines the service the vendor is providing. Values include Ads, Music, Lunch, Breakfast, Booths, Limo, Lodging, Publications, Sound, Table Set-up, Video, and so on.
Displays a selection of vendor roles or areas of responsibility, such as Caterer, Audio/Video, Security, and so on.
Displays a selection of venues, such as Convention Center, Hotel, Office, and so on.
Displays values for participant type, such as Analyst, Internal Participant, Competitor, and so on.
Displays the event registration status values, such as Open or Closed.
Displays values for the market capitalization size to describe the featured investment, such as Large Cap, Mid Cap, Small Cap, or Micro Cap.
Displays a selection of collateral and literature types, such as Brochure, Map, Hand-out, and so on. This LOV is used in other areas of your Siebel application.
Indicates whether a collateral or literature item has reached Draft, Final, Approved, and so on. This LOV is used in other areas of your Siebel application.

NOTE:  You use the S_REGION table to set up a list of regions to describe the featured investment, such as Asia, North America, Europe, and so on.

 Siebel eEvents Management Guide for Financial Services 
 Published: 18 April 2003