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Dock Object Visibility Rule


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A set of rules that evaluates which logical records in a dock object display to a mobile user. This relates to information access. For more information, read Siebel Tools Reference.

CAUTION:  Do not modify this object type. Any modification can adversely affect performance and operation.

Properties

Property
Description/Usage
Active (S)
A TRUE or FALSE value. If TRUE, the dock object visibility rule is active in the application.
Category Column Name (S)
Name of the category column that decides whether a category is visible to a user.
Category Table Name (S)
Name of the category table that decides whether a category is visible to a user.
Check DObj Visibility Strength (S)
Property checks the visibility strength property of the dock object object type.
Check Dock Object Name (S)
Name of the object definition used to evaluate the records to see if it is related to another record that the user receives.
DBX SQL Statement (S)
SQL statement used for database extract.
Description (S)
Short description of the dock object visibility rule.
Dock Object Sub Type (S)
Sub type of the dock object.
Employee Column Name (S)
Name of the column that evaluates each record according to whether it has a foreign key to the mobile user's Employee record.
Employee Table Name (S)
Name of the employee table.
Name (S)
Name of dock object visibility rule.
Node Column Name (S)
Column name for the node dock object visibility rule.
Node Table Name (S)
Table name for the node dock object visibility rule.
Organization Column Name (S)
Column name for the organization dock object visibility rule.
Organization Table Name (S)
Table name for the organization dock object visibility rule.
Partial (S)
Not used.
Position Column Name (S)
Column name for the position dock object visibility rule.
Position Table Name (S)
Table name for the position dock object visibility rule.
Sequence (S)
Integer value that designates in what order the visibility rule is used.
Source Column Name (S)
Source column name for the check dock object visibility rule.
Source Table Name (S)
Source table name for the check dock object visibility rule.
SQL Statement (S)
SQL statement for SQL dock object visibility rule.
Target Column Name (S)
Target column name for the check dock object visibility rule.
Target Table Name (S)
Target table name for the check dock object visibility rule.
Type (S)
The type of the dock object visibility rule.
Visibility Event Columns (S)
Visibility event columns for the dock object visibility rule.
Visibility Strength (S)
Visibility strength of the dock object visibility rule.
Integer values between 0 and 100. A visibility strength of 100 means full visibility, while 0 means no visibility. Any value between 1 and 100 implies partial visibility.

See Also

Dock Object
Dock Object Related DObj
Dock Object Table


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 Published: 18 April 2003