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How To Generate / Deploy To AI ( Web Client ) Browser Scripts / Dedicated Client Browser Scripts (Doc ID 2358341.1)

Last updated on JUNE 18, 2021

Applies to:

Siebel Tools - Version 17.0 [IP2017] and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

The purpose of this documentation is to offer some light in regards to the generation / deployment of browser scripts in IP17 to 20.7.

NOTE: In Siebel Application Version 20.8,  the browser script architecture has changed. The browser scripts are stored in the S_RR tables and the Siebel Application retrieves the browser scripts content based on the workspace and version from the corresponding S_RR tables.

After upgraded to Siebel Application Version 20.8 and onward,  the browser script srfxxxx folder can be deleted and there is no need to the run the genbscript utility to generate the browser script js files anymore.

For more details about the browser script architecture changes, refer to "Siebel CRM 2020 TOI: Browser Script Architecture Changes Functional Overview" at Document "Get Proactive - Oracle Applications Transfer of Information (TOI) Online Training (Doc ID 732026.1)" > on drop down "Choose a Product Line" select "Siebel" and search for the presentations available and click on "Siebel CRM 2020 TOI: Browser Script Architecture Changes Functional Overview" 

 

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In this Document
Goal
Solution
 I. Required Settings of CFG File and ODBC Datasource to run the Genbscript Utility Before 20.8
 II. Genbscript Utility and Browser Script Location Before 20.8
 III. Troubleshooting Genbscript Before 20.8
 Known Errors With Genbscript Utility Before 20.8
 Scenarios on Browser Scripts with Dedicated and Web client.
 Scenario #1. Dedicated Client path - ie. C:\Siebel\23073\Client\public\
 Scenario #2. Web Client path - i.e. C:\Siebel\23073\ai\applicationcontainer\webapps\siebel
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