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Reverse- Engineer

RKM Siebel MSSQL

Reverse- Engineer

RKM Siebel EIM MSSQL

This RKM provides the same features as the RKM Siebel Oracle for Siebel installed on top of a Microsoft SQL Server database.

This RKM provides the same features as the RKM Siebel EIM Oracle for Siebel installed on top of a Microsoft SQL Server database

Platform Support

The Oracle Data Integrator Siebel Knowledge Modules are certified on the following platforms and versions: Oracle Siebel CRM 7.7 or higher.

Overview of Extracting Data from Siebel

Oracle Data Integrator provides two ways to extract data from Siebel:

1. Data-level integration: Data extraction is performed directly on the Siebel Business Components tables. You can use a Siebel data model as a source of an integration interface by extracting data from the Siebel Database and integrate them into another system. Using Siebel as a source in these conditions is the same as using a regular table as a source in an integration interface. This integration method is read-only.

Reversing: To reverse-engineer Siebel Business Components, use the RKM Siebel <database> (<database> is the name of the database hosting the Siebel tables). This RKM allows for reverse-engineering of the Siebel data structures, enriching them with information retrieved from the Siebel dictionary.

Extracting: You have access to a range of knowledge modules to extract Siebel data from Siebel. The Generic SQL, Oracle Database or Microsoft SQL Server KMs can be used for this purpose.

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Integration through EIM tables: The EIM tables are used to extract data from Siebel and load data to Siebel. EIM tables act as a staging area between the Siebel application and the other applications (another Siebel can be one of these applications). This method supports read and write.

Reversing: To reverse-engineer Siebel EIM tables, use the RKM Siebel EIM <database> knowledge module. This RKM allows for reverse-engineering of the Siebel EIM tables, enriching them with information retrieved from the Siebel dictionary.

Extracting: Data extraction is performed on the EIM tables after executing automatically an export script to load these EIM tables from the Siebel application tables. To extract data from a Siebel EIM table and load it to any SQL staging area, use the LKM Siebel to SQL (EIM).

This LKM first generates the appropriate EIM Configuration file (.ifb – Interface Builder File) and runs the export process using the Server Manager. Then, it extracts selected data from the EIM Siebel table into the staging area.

Integrating: Data integration is performed to the EIM tables and then an import script is generated and executed to import data from the EIM tables into the Siebel application tables. To perform such integration, from the staging area, use the IKM SQL to Siebel Append (EIM).

This IKM first loads data from the staging area to the EIM table. Then, it generates the EIM configuration file (.ifb) and runs the import process using the server Manager.

Warning: Only EIM tables should be used to write into Siebel. Writing directly into the Siebel physical tables is not recommended.

Knowledge Modules Reference Guide

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