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In the outbound direction, for example, the Query method, if the AllLangIndependentVals is set to Y, then the EAI Siebel Adapter translates the language-dependent values in the Siebel Database to their language-independent counterpart based on the List Of Values entries in the database.
In the inbound direction, for example the Synchronize method, if the AllLangIndependentVals is set to Y, then the EAI Siebel Adapter expects language-independent values in the input message, and translates them to language-dependent values based on the current language setting and the entries in the List Of Values in the database.
NOTE: The LOV-based fields are always validated using language-dependent values. Using language independent values for LOVs and MLOVs increases the EAI Siebel Adapter CPU usage by about five percent, but allows easier communication between systems that operate on different languages.
The AllLangIndependentVals integration object user property is undefined for integration objects when the base object type is not Siebel Business Object. When the base object is Siebel Business Object, AllLangIndependentVals is defined with a default value of N.
Table 29 explains the behavior of the EAI Siebel Adapter according to the AllLangIndependentVals integration object user property values.
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