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Siebel application definitions are comprised of screens, which include various views. Views include list views, detailed views, parent views and child views. In the Siebel Mobile Connector, there are ten preconfigured screens that provide the most frequently and commonly used functions for mobile applications. Based on user responsibility type, a user can see limited screens or all of the screens when logged in through user authentication.
For a reference to the application definition, see SMC Application Definition Quick Reference.
The Metadata Business Service and Reference Configuration Sample give you a way to alter the application definition through XSL style sheets without permanently changing the application definition. If you want to customize the application definition, you can use Siebel Tools. You can modify the code of underlying object definitions to change the look and feel of an application.
As with all Siebel applications, access to views is determined by a user's responsibilities. The Siebel Mobile Connector offers six user responsibility types. Administrators must assign user responsibilities from these user types.
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