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Bookshelf v Siebel eScript Commands
Siebel Tools provides many ways to configure your Siebel application without coding, and these methods should be exhausted before you attempt to write your own code, for the following reasons:. For important information about differences in script engine alternatives, see Script Engine Alternatives for Siebel eScript.
Customizations created directly in Siebel Tools are upgraded automatically when you upgrade your Siebel application, but ssiebel is not touched, and it may need to be reviewed following an upgrade.
Finally, declarative configuration through Siebel Tools suebel in better performance than implementing the same functionality through code. In a script, data can be represented by literals or variables.
The data type is specified when the variable is declared. Data types need to be understood in terms of siiebel literal representations in a script and of their characteristics as variables.
Siebel eScript Language Reference. Data types in Siebel eScript can be classified into primitive data types and object data types.
You can opt to use the updated functionality of this engine, including the Siebel ScriptAssist tool, or you can opt to leave this sjebel functionality inactive. The following topics provide information on the Siebel eScript data types:.
Bookshelf v Data Types in Siebel eScript
The variable TestVar is assigned the literal 14, and the variable aString is assigned the literal test string. You should regard coding as a last resort.
Siebel eScript provides access to local system calls through two objects, Clib and SElib, so that you can use C-style programming calls to certain parts of suebel local operating system.
Siebel eScript Language Reference. The following lines illustrate variables and literals: Siebel eScript is a scripting or programming language that application developers use to write simple scripts to extend Siebel applications.
For further information on strongly typed and typeless variables, see Data Typing in Siebel eScript. The following lines illustrate variables and literals:.
For more information on Siebel eScript programming, see the following topics:. Using Siebel Tools is easier than writing code.
Siebel Tools provides many ways to configure your Siebel application eecript coding, and these methods should be exhausted before you attempt to write your own code, for the following reasons: For more information on Siebel eScript programming, see the following topics: Beginning with Siebel Business Applications version 7.
After these assignments of literal values to variables, the variables can be used anywhere in a script where the literal values can be used. All primitive and object data types can be either: