Oracle Siebel CRM
This section provides an introduction and the methodology to work with the Oracle Siebel CRM Knowledge Modules in Oracle Data Integrator.
Siebel Knowledge Modules
The Oracle Data Integrator Siebel Knowledge Modules (KMs) use mature integration methods for Siebel, in order to:
Reverse-Engineer Siebel data structures (Business Components and Business Objects) Reverse-Engineer EIM (Enterprise Integration Manager) tables Read data from Siebel using data-level integration Read and write Siebel data using the EIM tables Oracle Data Integrator provides the following Knowledge Modules for handling Siebel:
IKM SQL to Siebel Append (EIM)
Integrates data into a Siebel EIM (Enterprise Integration Manager) table from any ANSI-SQL92 compliant staging area, then generates the appropriate EIM configuration files (.ifb) and runs the import process using the Siebel Server Manager.
The target table is populated in truncate/insert mode.
LKM Siebel to SQL (EIM)
Loads data from a Siebel EIM (Enterprise Integration Manager) table to any ISO-92 compliant target database.
This module uses the run-time Agent to extract data from EIM (Enterprise Integration Manager) table to the staging area.
It is able to generate the appropriate EIM configuration files (.ifb) and runs the export process using the Siebel Server Manager.
RKM Siebel Oracle
RKM Siebel EIM Oracle
Reverse-engineering knowledge module for Siebel.
Business Objects are reversed as sub-models, Business Components are reversed as datastores with their columns and their constraints (Primary and Foreign Keys).
Reverse-engineering knowledge module for Siebel EIM (Enterprise Integration Manager) tables.
Siebel projects are reversed as sub-models, EIM tables are reversed as datastores with their columns and Primary Keys.
Knowledge Modules Reference Guide