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Reviewing the Installation for Siebel Server

This topic is part of Reviewing the Siebel Enterprise Server Installation.

The following minimum directories are created for the Typical selection for a Siebel Server installation. These directories, the files and subdirectories they contain, and various other files are created in the siebsrvr subdirectory, under the root directory you specified during the installation; for example, D:\sba80.

admin. The template files used for scripts that control the running and configuration of Siebel Server.

bin. Binary file directory, containing executables, scripts, and language subdirectories related to language-specific server components. Also contains files used by Siebel Technical Support for installation workarounds.

bscripts. Web server-related files.


dbtempl. Contains dictionary and local database files required by Siebel Remote for regional users and Mobile Web Client users.

docking. Contains transaction files, visibility, and other databases required by Siebel Remote.

help. Contains help files.

input. Contains files related to Siebel Remote.

isstempl. Contains templates for Customer Order Management CDA application and engine files for newly created projects. Do not modify any files in the directories isstempl\lang\EngineSourceFiles or isstempl\lang\NewProjectDefault, unless directed to do so by Oracle engineers.

lex. Language-related files.

locale. Contains language-specific files.

log. Contains client and utility log files.

logarchive. Archive of client and utility log files.

mgmtagent. Stores files related to Siebel Management Agent, if installed with Siebel Server.

msgtempl. Stores language-specific files for mail merge.

nlp. Contains natural-language processing files.

objects. Contains language-specific Siebel Repository files.

NOTE:  Monitoring of any SRF file by virus scanning software may significantly degrade Siebel Server performance. If you have virus scanning software installed on your computers, configure it to skip SRF files. Because these files are binary data files, the risk of virus infection is low, and so excluding these files from scanning is usually acceptable. Alternatively, you may choose to scan SRF files, but less frequently than other files.

output. Contains files related to Siebel Remote.

reports. Contains the report executable programs used by Siebel Proposals to include reports in proposals.

SDQConnector. Contains the DLLs, configuration files, and other files necessary to connect the Siebel Data Quality Universal Connector to one or more external data quality products. An external data quality product is certified though the Siebel Alliance program.

search. Contains the indexes and scripts used to administer and execute searches.

sqltempl. Contains SQL statements used by Siebel Server components. Do not modify these files.

temp. Stores temporary files for use by the Siebel Server.

upgrade. Contains files and scripts related to version upgrades of Siebel Business Applications. Also holds temporary, backup, and state log files used during an upgrade.

webmaster. Contains files (including CSS files, IMG files, JS files, and others) that are updated to the Web server when the Web server is restarted, or when an administrator uses the SWE command UpdateWebImages to manually refresh the files on the Web server.

For more information, see Updating Web Server Static Files on SWSE Using the Siebel Enterprise Security Token. See also the topic about adding a password for updating Web server static files, located in Siebel Security Guide.

webtempl. Contains Siebel Web templates that support the applets and views required for any type of Web client for the Siebel applications.

xml. Web server-related files.

base.txt. Contains version information for this installation.

language.txt. Contains version and language information, where language is the three-letter code for an installed language, such as enu, cht, and so on.

upgrade.log. Contains information logged from upgrading.

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