Wednesday, July 25, 2012

General Header Parameters in IFB

These are the global parameters which are used in an IFB file and are written with in the Header section in an IFB file. They are :-

CONNECT

  • Specifies the ODBC source name of the database to be used


LOG TRANSACTIONS TO FILE

  • This parameter specifies whether the transactions to be logged to a file or docking transaction table.
  • Valid values are TRUE or FALSE.
  • If set to TRUE, the transaction details are logged into the directory <SIEBEL_FILE_SYSTEM>EIM.
  • If set to FALSE, the transaction details are logged into the S_DOCK_TXN_LOG table.
  • This parameter doesn’t make sense, if DOCKING: TRANSACTION LOGGING parameter in System Preferences is set to FALSE.


PASSWORD

  • Specifies the password that needs to be validated for running the EIM process.
  • If you have not specified this in Component Parameters, this needs to be specified in the IFB file.
  • Example: PASSWORD = SADMIN


PROCESS

  • Identifies the process section that has to be executed defined in the IFB file.
  • Example: PROCESS = Import Organizations


[Siebel Interface Manager]

  • This is a special and mandatory keyword that needs to be specified, which tells the EIM task, that this particular file contains the parameters for EIM.


TABLEOWNER

  • This parameter specifies name of the user who owns the Siebel database tables.


USER NAME

  • Specifies the logon name of the user for running the process.
  • If you have not specified this in Component Parameters, this needs to be specified in the IFB file.
  • Example: USER NAME = SADMIN

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