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A system field is a business component field that represents the data from a system column. All business components in Siebel CRM include system fields. You are not required to perform any special configuration to display or manipulate a system field. You do not need to define it as a business component field. For example, you can reference a system field in the Field property of a control, list column, or in another object.
The Id field that represents the ROW_ID column in a business component is an implicit field, and Siebel Tools does not display it in the Object Explorer as a child field of a business component. Every business component includes an Id field that represents the ROW_ID column of the base table of the business component, as defined in the Table property of the business component. The Siebel schema references the Id field in various properties throughout Siebel CRM. For example, in the Source Field property of a link where an empty value indicates the Id field.
You must not explicitly create a system field for a business component. If you create a business component field that references a system column, then Siebel CRM attempts to write a value to the column twice in the insert statement, which causes a duplicate column SQL error.
Table 14 describes the relationship between a system field and a system column. Each field is predefined. You do not explicitly define it. You can reference a system field in the Field property of a control, list column, or other object, even though the field does not display in the Business Components list in Siebel Tools.
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