How to find out which parameters of at Siebel CRM Enterprise, Server, Component level were customized (explicitly set)? (Doc ID 2090512.1)

Last updated on MARCH 02, 2017

Applies to:

Siebel CRM - Version 7.5.1 SIA [15028] and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

QUESTION:
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How one could  differentiate whether parameters of at Siebel CRM  Enterprise, Server and Component level use customized (explicitly set) values  or not (use standard ones)?

background:
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In order to migrate settings from one Siebel CRM instance (using old Siebel CRM software release) into new one (using new Siebel CRM software release)
 one need to reflect parameters settings used to optimize the Siebel CRM Applicaiton  operations.

It is intended only to rely on these spools to get all the custom values of parameters that were set previously by taking advantage of the
features PA_SETLEVEL and PA_DISP_SETLEVEL, as well as " how the parameter values are inherited from above levels"

for example: for enterprise parameters one will exclude all the values that have PA_SETLEVEL = Never Set or PA_SETLEVEL = Default value

for named subsystem: one wants to exclude all the values that have PA_SETLEVEL = Never Set or PA_SETLEVEL = Default value or
PA_SETLEVEL = Enterprise Level

for the compdef Exclude all params that PA_SETLEVEL = Never Set and PA_SETLEVEL = Default value or
PA_SETLEVEL = Enterprise Level

for Server parameters Exclude all params that PA_SETLEVEL = Never Set and and PA_SETLEVEL = Default value or
PA_SETLEVEL = Enterprise Level

for component level, Exclude all params that PA_SETLEVEL = Never Set and PA_SETLEVEL = Enterprise Leve and PA_SETLEVEL = Compdef level and PA_SETLEVEL = Default value

however it was noted that in case of named subsystems, some have value are like "CHANGE ME" so it means that they have never been touched.

so one need confirmation whether the outlined is correct or not
and if correct , how one could differentiate between these parameters that were customized and those who are not.

Solution

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