Posts Tagged ‘Siebel’

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How to Run Siebel Open UI in Vanilla Mode

Often, Siebel system administrators or Siebel developers need to switch the Siebel application to the vanilla or out-of-the-box configuration, in order to test/debug a version of Siebel that has custom configurations. In earlier Siebel releases (prior to Open UI), developers had to switch the Siebel SRF (Siebel Repository File) to an out-of-the-box SRF and restart […]

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Snort Rules and Siebel Custom Screen/Views

We encountered a strange issue in our customer’s Oracle CTMS application. Our team had configured a customer’s Oracle Siebel CTMS application based on their specific business requirements, including the need for new views for end-users. The application was working fine for years without any issues until the customer reported that certain views in the application […]

Siebel CTMS

Register for This Webinar to Learn More About Siebel CTMS IP2019

Has your organization been thinking about upgrading your Siebel Clinical Trial Management (CTMS) system to the latest version available, but aren’t exactly sure what the potential benefits an upgrade could bring? With the newest version of Siebel, Innovation Pack 2019 (IP2019), there are some significant updates that bring key features and benefits to end users. […]

Healthcare Data

iHelp Lifecycle and Version Control in Life sciences

Previously, I examined how to develop content and implement iHelp. In this final installment I discuss the iHelp lifecycle and control. iHelp comes with a built-in version control system. When you create a new iHelp article, it starts at version 0, with a status of “In Progress.” You then enter and edit the content, testing […]

When is Oracle’s iHelp Useful?

Previously, I outlined how iHelp can assist administration. This blog will highlight the useful cases of Oracle’s iHelp. iHelp is useful for tasks of different complexity. You can use iHelp for short data entry-type tasks, like entering a new subject for a site in which you list out the steps and give field descriptions and […]

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End-User Benefits of Oracle’s Cloud Siebel CTMS iHelp

Previously, I discussed iHelp and all the assistances it provides. This blog looks at the end-user benefits that Oracle’s Cloud Siebel CTMS iHelp provides. One of iHelp’s key end-user benefits is that the content is available on demand, directly in Siebel – there’s no need to dig through a user manual or even divert your […]

Siebel CTMS iHelp

What is Oracle’s Siebel CTMS iHelp Program?

Previously, I introduced iHelp and how this program can help you work Oracle’s Cloud Siebel CTMS. This blog will analyze with iHelp truly is. iHelp is a context-sensitive, interactive, and highly customizable on-screen help tool. It keeps track of where you are in the system and adjusts content accordingly. It is interactive in that it […]

Clinical Operations Teams Benefit from Oracle Cloud Siebel CTMS

It’s no secret that a clinical trial management system (CTMS) streamlines and simplifies the running of clinical trials, and that Oracle’s Siebel Clinical (Siebel CTMS) is the most robust system in the space. But what you might not know is exactly how it would simplify your work life. In this guide, we’ll cover various job […]

Step-by-Step Use of Siebel Composer

After much anticipation, it finally happened, we got a project where the client wanted to use Siebel version 18 (aka IP 2018), which meant that this project was going to be done primarily utilizing the Composer rather than Siebel Tools. When I started the project I tried to find a brief introduction to the Composer […]

How to Get Context-Sensitive Help in Siebel Tools

There is a better way to get help in Siebel Tools! Suppose you are trying to get help about a business component field property (for example, force active):   You could navigate to the help menu and choose Contents:   Siebel Tools will return a list of all places in which “Force Active” is referenced. […]

Installing Siebel Tools To Be Read-Only

Recently, we had a requirement to create an installation of Siebel Tools that would run against the server database and be READ_ONLY with no ability to change the user that had WRITE privileges. The users of this machine knew the password for SADMIN, and also had the ability to create a new user that had […]

Hidden Properties in Siebel Tools

A colleague of mine recently informed me that there are hidden properties in Siebel Tools. This post will share how to make these properties available. In your Tools.cfg file set this value: ClientConfigurationMode = All The complete list of object types can be found here. Some of the more interesting object types include: Applet | […]

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