Oracle Siebel CRM 8 Developer's Handbook
Oracle's Siebel CRM is market-leading Customer Relationship Management software. Unmatched in functionality and scalability, Siebel enhances a company's sales performance, improves customer satisfaction, and provides a robust Customer Relationship Management system for an organization.
Written by Oracle employee and Siebel expert, Alexander Hansal, this book is a complete practical guide to configuring, automating, and extending Siebel CRM applications. You will learn how to configure the Siebel CRM user interface objects as well as the underlying business layer objects by using real-life case study examples. In addition, you will learn to safely configure the Siebel data model.
You will learn how the object types in the Siebel Repository are related to each other and how they are organized in different layers. The book then teaches you to configure the Siebel CRM user interface objects such as views and applets as well as the underlying business layer objects by using real-life case-study examples. Always having one eye on performance and upgradeability, you will learn to safely configure the Siebel data model.
Understanding and using the Siebel event framework for automation is also a key focus area of the book. You will gain a thorough and solid understanding of integration objects to support EAI interfaces.
Chapters on Siebel Workflow, Task UI, and scripting prepare you for the most complex automation requirements and ensure that you hit the road running on your first Siebel implementation projects.
If you already consider yourself an experienced Siebel consultant, be prepared for some unprecedented insights and pro tips.
|Course Length||17 hours 16 minutes|
|Date Of Publication||25 Apr 2011|
|Understanding Siebel Workflow|
|Designing and creating workflow processes|
|Simulating and testing workflow processes|
|Publishing, activating, and managing workflow processes|
|Invoking workflow processes|
|Case study example: Defining runtime events|
|Case study example: Decision steps and Siebel operations|