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Inline Disposition Type

With a symbolic URL disposition type of Inline, the Siebel Server receives content sent by an external application. It combines the external content with Siebel-produced content and composes a single HTML page, which it then sends to the client browser for display to the user. Optionally, links in the aggregated content are rewritten so they reference the Siebel Server (proxy), rather than referencing the external application server directly. This allows the Siebel Server to handle links in the aggregated content in such a way that it appears to the user as one integrated application rather than from different application servers.

The Inline disposition type supports session management. The Siebel Server uses session management to manage session cookies and automatically log in again to an external application after a time out occurs.

The Inline disposition type requires that:

  • The page you are integrating does not include complex JavaScript and does not reference frames.
  • The maximum number of characters in the calling URL is 2048.
  • No methods other than the GET method are invoked.

If the Inline disposition type is not appropriate, then you might try the IFrame disposition type.

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