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Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B Siebel ADM Support for Additional Data Types Data Type Attributes for Adding New Siebel ADM Data Types 160 Access Controlled Business Service Database Data Type Attributes for the Access Controlled Business Service database data type can be used toward adding new Application Deployment Manager (ADM) data types for deployment. For a list of the Access Controlled Business Service data type attributes, see Table 19 . For more information on this data type, see Appendix A, “Siebel ADM Supported Data Types.” “iHelp Database Data Type” on page 193 “Workflow Policy Database Data Type” on page 229 “iHelp - Header Database Data Type” on page 194 “Workload Rule Database Data Type” on page 230 “JointWorkspace (Workspace Projects) Database Data Type” on page 195 Table 19. Attributes for the Access Controlled Business Service Database Data Type Data Type Attribute Access Controlled Business Service Parent Data Type Not applicable Registry Parameters None Enterprise Profile Parameters None Backup Method EAI Deploy Method EAI Deploy Validation Method Method=CheckSchemaVersion Activate Method Business service=Access Controlled BS Cache Clear Service; Method=Activate Activate Validation Method Not applicable Steps Automated by Activate or Restore Activate Methods None Restore Method EAI Delete New Objects Parameter Yes Restore Activate Method Business service=Access Controlled BS Cache Clear Service; Method=RestoreActivate Restore Activate Validation Method Not applicable Max Units Per Package No limit Manual Steps User reconnect to see changes Additional Downtime Impact None Deployment Prerequisites None Notes None
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Siebel ADM Support for Additional Data Types Data Type Attributes for Adding New Siebel ADM Data Types Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B 161 Access Controlled Task Database Data Type Attributes for the Access Controlled Task database data type can be used toward adding new Application Deployment Manager (ADM) data types for deployment. For a list of the Access Controlled Task data type attributes, see Table 20 . For more information on this data type, see Appendix A, “Siebel ADM Supported Data Types.” Table 20. Attributes for the Access Controlled Task Database Data Type Data Type Attribute Access Controlled Task Parent Data Type Not applicable Registry Parameters None Enterprise Profile Parameters None Backup Method EAI Deploy Method EAI Deploy Validation Method Method=CheckSchemaVersion Activate Method Business service=Access Controlled Task Cache Clear Service; Method=Activate Activate Validation Method Not applicable Steps Automated by Activate or Restore Activate Methods None Restore Method EAI Delete New Objects Parameter Yes Restore Activate Method Business service=Access Controlled Task Cache Clear Service; Method=RestoreActivate Restore Activate Validation Method Not applicable Max Units Per Package No limit Manual Steps
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