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Publishing Changes In Siebel Composer In IP2016 (Doc ID 2255800.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 01, 2019

Applies to:

Siebel Tools - Version 16.10 [IP2016] and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


We want to demonstrate the new Features of IP2016 especially Workspace Administration and Siebel composer. We have installed IP2016 and Patchset11 vanilla version in our environment for this purpose.
We have enabled the Siebel Web Tools Object Manager (ENU) and HTIM Object Manager (ENU) as AOM for implementing the business cases.
Now as a part of doing runtime changes via Siebel Composer we have a doubt. We are referring to the bookshelf
"Siebel Composer Developer Preview Guide" to execute the use case to change the logo in the banner of the Siebel
application.Following steps are provided in the bookshelf:

a. Navigate to the Web Template screen, and query for CCFrameBanner in the Name field.
b. Click the cogwheel icon, and select Lock Object from the menu that appears.
c. Scroll down to the Web Template Items list, and query for div_70 in the Item Identifier Name
d. In the record for the div_70 item identifier, change the value in the HTML Attributes field to: class
= "siebui-logo siebui-oow-logo" to include the class for the Oracle Open World logo.
e. In the Web Template screen, click the cogwheel icon, and select Unlock Object from the menu
that appears.

4. In Siebel Composer, publish the changes to the Web Template object.
For more information, see “Publishing Modifications in Siebel Composer” on page 55.

5. Log out of the Siebel application, log in to it again, and notice the following changes:
The logo in the banner of the home page is now the Oracle Open World logo.
The version number in the File Field in the About SRF dialog box is increased by 1 to the
version number that you published.
In order to publish the changes we have to Navigate to the Administration - Runtime Configuration screen, then the Publish view.

For us we don't see any publish view in the application. Only the Published Metadata Versions View is visible under the Administration - Runtime Configuration screen.
Also the Lock Object Menu is disabled.  How can we lock the object and publish the changes?


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