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Editing the siebel.ini Files for Unattended Installation

Before starting installation, you must modify portions of siebel.ini file, as described in the following procedure. After you are done with the installation you need to launch the Configuration Wizard through the icons created in your Start menu by the installer. For instructions on how to launch the Configuration Wizard, see Installing the Siebel Server.

To modify the siebel.ini file for the main installer

  1. Using a text editor, modify the appropriate siebel.ini file for the appropriate product. The locations of siebel.ini files are listed below.
  2. NOTE:  You should pull a fresh copy of each siebel.ini you are planning to modify and save it in a unique location to avoid overwriting the original file.

  3. Locate the [Dialog] section and set all keys to no, except the ones beginning with uninst, to disables all prompts.
  4. Locate the [Defaults] section and set the appropriate folder name and installation directories.
  5. Locate the [Defaults.ProductSelection] section and set those products you want to install to yes.
  6. Locate the [Defaults.LanguageSelection] and set the languages you want to install to yes; for example, if you want to install French then add the following line to this section.
  7. FRA = yes

  8. Set the configuration keys in the appropriate .ini file as shown below.
  9. For example,

Optional Components

Anything not specifically defined in [Module.OS] is a required component.

Siebel\OBJMGR            = Object Manager Component
Siebel\SYNCSRVR          = Handheld Synchronization
Siebel\HELP              = Object Manager Help Files
Siebel\SDQCONNECTOR      = Siebel Data Quality Connector
Siebel\SEARCH            = Remote Search Support
Siebel\JAVABEAN          = Siebel Java Integrator

Db                  = Siebel Database support files
Db\FILES            = Siebel Sample Database
Db\DB2UDB           = IBM DB2 UDB for Unix and Windows
Db\ORACLE           = Oracle Database Enterprise Edition
Db\MSSQL            = Microsoft SQL Server 2000
Db\ISERIES          = IBM DB2 UDB for iSeries
Dwdb\DWREP          = Siebel Data Warehouse configuration

Eai               = Siebel EAI Connectors
Eai\SAPPROD       = Siebel EAI Connector for SAP R/3
Eai\BIZTALK       = Siebel Connector for Microsoft BizTalk Server
Eai\OLEDB         = OLE DB for Siebel EAI
Eai\ORACLE        = Siebel EAI Connector for Oracle
Eai\EAIACTIVEX    = COM Data Control for Siebel EAI
Eai\AVAYA         = Siebel EAI Connector for Avaya CRM Central
Eai\WEBSPHERE = Siebel EAI Connector for WebSphere Commerce Suite
Eai\JAVABEAN = Java Data Bean for Siebel EAI

Rptsrvr         = Siebel Report Server Access
Rptsrvr\REPORTS = Siebel Report Server Access

 Siebel Server Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows 
 Published: 25 June 2003