Gee. Ks Blogging @ dot. COM – Siebel – Unable to check out objects. I will discuss the following most prominent ways to enable or disable object level check- outs in Siebel here: 1) Enable. Object. COCI parameter. Allow Object Locking. I will explain these terms here. Siebel brings about lot of new features in every new release.
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One of the very useful improvements in Siebel 7. Siebel Tools. For those who started working directly on Siebel 7. Siebel 7. 7. x, Siebel had the concept of Projects. A project in Siebel was a logical grouping of various objects – Workflows, Business Services, BCs, Applets, etc. We had custom projects for EAI, Configuration, Pricing, B2. B, etc. And, we could only check out or check in projects!
This was really time consuming. I remember waiting for days in some cases, for someone to check in the project, because I wanted to work on some other object that she was not working on, but was in the same Siebel project.
Siebel CRM – Configuration File (cfg). Tools.cfg exsits in :siebel installation directory\tools\bin\enu. 44 Responses to Siebel CRM – Configuration File (cfg). Watch out in the coming days for rafts of Siebel IP2016 related content here on the Siebel Hub. What we do is change the ConnectString parameter in the tools.cfg file to point to the sample database file. Siebel Application Parameters for Client. It is used by a variety of features in the Siebel eBusiness Applications and in Siebel Tools.
With object level locking, an individual can work on individual objects (an Applet, BC, or Business Service, etc.), and some other member can simulaneously check- out some other object whether or not in the same project. This greatly increases productivity, speed, and quality. However, I had a lot of friends coming upto me, that even though they had Siebel 7. Either it was not enabled at all, or for some particular objects. There are two parameters in Siebel which control the Object level check out in Siebel. Enable. Object. COCI parameter. This parameter is present in the .
Your tools. cfg file would be located in the folder, “/Tools/BIN/ENU”. This parameter must be set to TRUE to enable the object level check out. Allow Object Locking This is a new column in Siebel Tools against Projects in Siebel Tools. For most projects, this flag is ticked TRUE by default.
But, I have noticed that for Upgrade related projects, it is set to FALSE. In case you created custom project in Siebel Tools, this flag must be set to TRUE. Though this has helped increase speed, it has still not solved the problem. I still have to wait for long period sometimes for my friends to check- in the commonly used objects like .
I am wondering about one thing now. What is the real use of having projects now? If I can check out objects, why do we still have projects? I can’t think of any place where we cannot do with objects, and projects are still required. After all, projects are only a logical grouping of some objects.
Right? Though checking out objects is trivial at times, and taken for granted, I have also had a few of my friends discussing about checking out Workflows in Siebel. I have also heard people claim that is one thing still not possible without checking out the entire project. I will try to cover this problem in future posts.
Siebel Tools How To - Have Mutiple Local. Find parameter named Connect String and change the value. EnableScripting CFG parameter and Debugging. It seems like there must some internal script written in the application that must be returning the control back to Siebel Tools and disabling the script execution made. But Unable to log in to Siebel Tools.
Unable to Check In – Check Out in Siebel Tools. It might be a silly thing for Siebel giants but it cost me my full day. Make your server entry in this file as below: TESTSVC=(DESCRIPTION =(ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = ##)(PORT = ##))(CONNECT. When I select object to Check IN, Check In button disabled for me. Root Cause. After wasting my full day on this, one of senior colleague told me that when we create a new ODBC entry we need to make its parameter entry in registry itself.
Well I don’t what are those parameters and how to make entries in registry. So, finally we came to conclusion that we need to use existing one SSD Default instance. Now it works fine for me, I can Check In – Check Out successfully. But I know its not a full proof solution, what if we need to create one more entry ??? I need to find this answer.