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Modifying the Map Property of Application Integration Objects

This topic describes the task of modifying the map property of Siebel Master Data Application dispatcher map integration objects.

For background information on Siebel Master Data Application integration objects, see About Siebel Master Data Application Integration Objects.

To modify the dispatcher map user properties

  1. From Siebel Tools, choose Object Explorer > Integration Object.
  2. Query for the dispatcher map name. For example, CIFDispMap.
  3. Navigate to the user properties of the dispatcher map to see its user properties; modify the properties as appropriate.

The name of the user property represents the rule the dispatcher tries to match. An example name follows:


The dispatcher tries to locate the user property name in the message received. If it finds the match, it then uses the information in the value column to determine the values it needs to insert. The value for the previous example name follows:


Each value is made up of six tokens that are separated by a semi-colon (;), and each token represents a specific information as outlined in Table 16.

Table 16. Dispatcher Map Value User Property


The location to insert the remaining five tokens at runtime

NOTE:  The message needs to start with CRMML/ PartyPackage because the UCM Dispatcher uses it to inspect the incoming XML data; that is, the first token is an XPath (XML Path Language) search expression.



System reserved token



System reserved token



The request integration object



The response integration object



The operation corresponding to <DeleteContact> business process, which is configured in the user property of the UCM Transaction Manager as key to operation


The name column of the map user property must be unique and represents the business process name you want to support. You need to modify the dispatcher map entries to reflect the new business process name. The same principle applies to all the tokens.

NOTE:  Compile the integration objects and the dispatcher map created by the wizard into your Siebel repository file (.srf). Make sure you migrate your new integration objects to the same database used by your client. You also need to copy your newly compiled .srf to the correct object directory of the same server used by your servers.

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