Tools Object Explorer options

March 19, 2007 at 8:03 am 1 comment

Every Siebel 6 developer new to Siebel 7 goes through this one. Install Tools, open it up, browse around, note the handy use of drilldowns everywhere, then… “Where have all the Integration Objects/Reports/Workflow Policy Objects/User Properties/etc etc gone??! ”

The answer is that they’re hidden. For ‘simplicity’, Tools 7 defaults to only showing a small subset of the repository objects. To see the rest, go to the View -> Options… dialog and click the Object Explorer tab:

Object Explorer Options

From here, you can tick away exposing all the obscure Pick Map UpdOnlyIfNulls and Workflow Policy Component Cols you want to hack around with.

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