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Configuring the Siebel Application Object Manager Environment

This topic describes the required steps necessary for the proper configuration and operation of Application Object Managers (AOMs).

To configure the Siebel Application Object Manager environment

  1. Make sure that AOMs are installed as part of the Siebel Server installations you plan to use.

    AOMs are installed as components in the Siebel Server. Installing Siebel Server automatically installs predefined AOM components. For instructions on installing and configuring the Siebel Server, see the Siebel Installation Guide for the operating system you are using.

  2. Verify that the customized Siebel repository file (SRF) is installed or copied to the appropriate Siebel Server installations that serve the modified application.

    The SRF file should be customized by the application developer. The default location for this file is in the language subdirectory of the objects directory in the Siebel Server installation. For example, SIEBSRVR_ROOT\OBJECTS\ENU where SIEBSRVR_ROOT is the Siebel Server installation and ENU is the language subdirectory in a U.S. English deployment.

  3. Add or configure AOM components by setting the parameters that control:
    • Application name to run (configuration file)
    • Language code
    • Compression setting
    • Encryption setting
    • Number of processes for each component
    • Number of threads/tasks for each process
    • Session Manager parameters

      For details on this topic, see About Siebel Application Object Manager Parameters.

  4. Restart the Siebel Server System Service to automatically register the AOM services (configured in Step 3).
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