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What's New in Siebel Reports Administration Guide, Version 8.0 Rev. A

Siebel Reports Administration Guide describes how to run, create, administer, and configure Oracle's Siebel Reports. This guide also provides instructions for setting up the Siebel Reports environment and integrating Actuate 8 software with Siebel Business Applications to create and customize reports.

NOTE:  Prior releases of the this guide were written for integration with Actuate 7 software.

Table 1 lists changes described in this version of the documentation to support release of the software.

Table 1. New Product Features in Siebel Reports Administration Guide, Version 8.0 Rev. A

Migrating PreSiebel 6 Custom Reports to the Siebel Reports Server

Removed this topic from Reports Development Environment.

Recompiling Reports Using Actuate e.Report Designer Professional

New topic. Describes how to perform a mass rebuild of reports.

Additional Changes
  • This guide also includes:
    • Procedure changes throughout the guide to reflect applicability to the Actuate 8 release.
    • Property and parameter changes including additions, removals, and revisions.
  • Siebel Dedicated Web Client has been renamed to Siebel Developer Web Client.
  • References to Siebel SupportWeb have been removed from the guide because this service is no longer available. You can log service requests by accessing OracleMetaLink 3 (Service Request tab), or by using your existing phone support numbers to contact Global Customer Support.
  • The location for the follow documentation has changed:
    • Siebel System Requirements and Supported Platforms on Oracle Technology Network (OTN).
    • Siebel Business Applications Third-Party Bookshelf is available on Oracle E-Delivery.
    • Other Siebel CRM documentation (Release Notes, Maintenance Release Guides,
      Alerts, Technical Notes, Troubleshooting Steps, FAQs, Error Messages) is located on OracleMetaLink 3.
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