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“Preprocessing Error Messages” on page 325 Modified topic. You can organize constants and other definitions in include files, and then use #include directives to add these definitions to any source file. Table 1. New Product Features in Siebel eScript Language Reference, Version 8.1, Rev A Topic Description
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Siebel eScript Language Reference Version 8.1, Rev. A 15 2 About Siebel eScript This chapter describes Oracle’s Siebel eScript. It includes the following topics: Overview of Siebel eScript on page 15 About Data Types and Numbers on page 20 About Functions and Methods on page 29 Overview of Siebel eScript Siebel eScript is a programming language that is syntactically and semantically compatible with JavaScript. It includes an editor, debugger, interpreter, and compiler. It runs on the Windows and UNIX operating systems. JavaScript is typically part of a Web browser and can run while the user is connected to the Internet. Siebel eScript is part of Siebel CRM. The Siebel Application Object Manager interprets it at run time. You do not require a Web browser to run it. It provides access to the hard disk and other parts of the Siebel client or Siebel Server. ECMAScript does not provide this access. Siebel Tools allows you to configure Siebel CRM without scripting. It is recommended that you use Siebel eScript only after you determine that you cannot use any other tool. For more information, see the chapter about using Siebel eScript in Siebel Object Interfaces Reference on Siebel Bookshelf . NOTE: The Siebel Bookshelf is available on Oracle Technology Network (OTN) and Oracle E-Delivery. It might also be installed locally on your Intranet or on a network location. About Siebel eScript Code Siebel CRM uses two versions of Siebel eScript code: T eScript code. Compiled by the original T eScript engine. ST eScript code. Compiled by the ST eScript engine beginning with Siebel CRM version 8.0. It was introduced in Siebel CRM version 7.8. ST eScript code is the default code beginning with Siebel CRM version 8.0. This book mentions these code versions only if there are differences between how the code functions. Features of ST eScript Code ST eScript code includes the following features. T eScript code does not include these features: Strong typing of variables. Sets the data type of a variable when you declare the variable. For more information, see “Using Strongly Typed and Typeless Variables” on page 45 .
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Siebel eScript Language Reference Version 8.1, Rev. A About Siebel eScript Overview of Siebel eScript 16 Script Assist utility. For more information, see “About the Script Assist Utility” on page 18 . Fix and Go feature. Allows you to edit and debug a script without recompiling it. ToolTip feature. Displays method signature data after you enter a method name in the Script Editor.
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