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Groups other object definitions. It is also the center of the locking mechanism; that is, locking a project allows you to modify all object definitions within that project.

Valid Values/Examples

Allow Object Locking

Provides the ability to lock granular objects such as an applet or a business component.


Language Locked (S)

If Locked is TRUE, records the language in which this project was locked. A project is always locked in a single language, which is the language Siebel Tools was in when the project was first locked.

Example: ENU, JPN, DEU.

Locked (O)

A TRUE or FALSE value that displays the lock status of the project.

TRUE — The project is currently locked.

Locked By Name (O)

If Locked is TRUE, displays the name of the person who has the project locked for editing. Otherwise, it is empty.


Locked Date (O)

If Locked is TRUE, displays the date and time when the project was locked for editing. Otherwise, it is empty.


Name (R)

Specifies the name uniquely.


Owner Branch

Reserved for future use.


Object Definitions and Projects

Every object definition in the repository (except for repositories and projects) needs to belong to a project. If an object definition has a parent (for example, a field of a business component), then the child belongs to the same project as its parent. You should group object definitions that tend to be modified together into the same project.

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