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Provides a named toolbar that the user can activate or deactivate in Siebel applications and to which command icons (toolbar item object definitions) can be associated or removed in Siebel Tools or Siebel applications.

Typical toolbar functionality for most applications is implemented using HTML toolbars. In an HTML toolbar, the buttons are static images. The buttons may be dimmed to reflect unavailability.

In contrast, some applications, such as Call Center, require toolbar icons that can be altered in response to events, such as blinking when a call is incoming. In this case, Java toolbars are required.


Valid Values/Examples
Class (O)
For a Java toolbar, specifies the name of the Java class that implements the toolbar.
Left blank for an HTML toolbar.
Client Restriction (O)*
Toolbar is restricted to a certain client.
Example: Handheld client.
Display Name (O)
Used for the History button. Also used to show and hide toolbars by name.
Name (R)
The name of the toolbar.
This name will appear in Siebel applications in the list in the Customize dialog box (Toolbars tab).
Popup Indicator Bitmap (O)
Name of the bitmap icon to display in the toolbar.

See Also

Toolbar Item
Hidden Object Types and Properties

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 Published: 18 April 2003