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Setting Scripting Options

Browser and Server scripts are created in the Script Editor embedded in Siebel Tools. You can set various options for working in Script Editor, including setting a default scripting language, specifying a location for compiling browser scripts, and defining options for debugging.

To set scripting options

  1. Choose View > Options.

    The Development Tools Options dialog box appears.

  2. Click the Scripting tab.
  3. Use the information in the following table to define your options.

    Script editor


    Used to select the font name for display of scripts.


    Used to select the font size for display of scripts.

    Tab width

    Defines the number of spaces for a tab character. The default is four spaces.

    Auto indent

    When checked, each succeeding line is indented to the position set by the current line.

    Scripting language

    Used to specify the default scripting language for server side components.

    Default language for new scripts

    Select this check box if you do not want Siebel Tools to prompt you to pick a scripting language each time you edit a script.


    Browser script compilation folder

    Used to specify the folder where bscripts\all resides. This is where Browser Scripts are generated.
    For example, if the value is set to D:\sea750\client\PUBLIC\enu, then the Browser Script files are generated to D:\sea750\client\PUBLIC\enu\<genbscript time stamped folder>\bscripts\all.


    Adjust breakpoint to next valid line

    When breakpoints are deleted on invalid lines, this option creates a breakpoint at the next valid line.

    Make debugger window active when debugging

    The Siebel Debugger window appears whenever you are in debug mode.

    Always enter the debugger when an error occurs

    The Siebel Debugger window appears whenever a script error occurs.

  4. Click OK.
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