Posts Tagged ‘Integration Objects’

Integration Objects – Types

There are two types of Integration Objects as follow:

1. Internal IO

  1. Describes structure of data being read or written to Siebel application
  2. Represents a subset of Siebel Business Object

 

2. External IO

  1. Describes of structure of data being exchanged between Siebel application and External application
  2. Is required in two scenarios:
    • External application is unable to handle data in Siebel format
    • Additional manipulation is required before saving the received data at Siebel end

 

Integration Objects

 

Integration Objects (IO) defines the structure of data to be exchanged between Siebel application and external system. IO represents hierarchical data structures.

IO also used as templates to create memory-resident instances for data processing by business services.

IO consists of Integration Components (IC). One of them is marked as Primary IC. IC further consists of Integration Component Fields (ICF).