Siebel Portal Framework Guide

What's New in This Release

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Siebel Portal Framework

Portal Framework Overview

Portal Framework Architecture

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Integrating External Content

About Portal Agents

Portal Agents and Authentication Strategies

About Disposition Types

Inline Disposition Type

IFrame Disposition Type

Web Control Disposition Type

Form Redirect Disposition Type

Portal Agent Restrictions

Disposition Types Summary

Process of Creating Portal Agents

Determining the Login Requirements

Portal Agent Configuration

Configuring Business Components to Handle External Data

Displaying External Content Within an Applet

Displaying External Content Outside of an Applet

Portal Agent Administration

Defining the External Host

Defining Web Applications

Defining Symbolic URLs

Defining Symbolic URL Arguments

Configuring Multiple Symbolic URLs and Hosts for Alternative Execution Locations

Defining Content Fixup

Defining End-User Login Credentials

Example Portal Agent

Review the Login Form

Define the External Host

Define the Symbolic URL

Define Symbolic URL Arguments

Define User Login Credentials

Testing the Integration

Reviewing the SWE Log File

Portal Agent Command Reference

EncodeURL Command

FreePopup Command

IFrame Command

IsRecordSensitive Command

NoCache Command

NoFormFixup Command

PreLoadURL Command

PostRequest Command

UserLoginId Command

UserLoginPassword Command

UseSiebelLoginId Command

UseSiebelLoginPassword Command

WebControl Command

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Delivering Content to External Web Applications

Overview of the XML Web Interface

Accessing Siebel XML

Siebel Object Manager and Web Server Configuration and Markup Determination

Connecting to the XML Web Interface

Query String

XML Command Block

XML Request Structure

Query String

XML Command Block

XML Response Structure

XML Error Response

XML Response

XML Response Syntax

HTML Response

WML Response

Common Operations

Logging In

Logging Off

Navigating to a Screen

Navigating Within a Screen

Querying Items

Modifying Records

Deleting Records

Picking Records


SWE Commands

SWE Commands Available in Siebel Open UI

SWE Methods

SWE Arguments

Document Type Definition

Manipulating Siebel XML with XSL Style Sheets and XSLT

Defining SWE Style Sheet Tags

XML-Specific Template Tag

Sample XSL Style Sheet

Sample XSLT

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Web Engine HTTP TXN Business Service

About the Web Engine HTTP TXN Business Service

Web Engine HTTP TXN Business Service API

Example of Using Web Engine HTTP TXN Business Service

Sample Code for Invoking Methods of Web Engine HTTP TXN Business Service

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