Siebel Scripting Rel 15.5 Course Overview

Siebel Scripting Rel 15.5 Course Overview

The Siebel Scripting Rel 15.5 course provides a comprehensive dive into the world of scripting within Oracle's Siebel CRM platform. It is tailored to equip learners with the ability to write, debug, and manage scripts effectively. The course covers a wide range of topics that begin with an introduction to Siebel Scripting, including the script environment, the distinction between browser-side and server-side scripting, and the appropriate use of scripting.

As learners progress, they delve into exploring alternatives to scripting, Siebel event handling, and the intricacies of coding and debugging within the script editor. A significant focus is placed on using Siebel Object Interfaces, accessing object instances, and the nuances of writing good scripts, including best practices such as encapsulation and exception handling.

Advanced modules guide students through creating custom business services, invoking them, and understanding script performance, which is crucial for maintaining efficient Siebel applications. Throughout the course, emphasis is placed on script performance and best practices to ensure that learners can write optimized and maintainable scripts for the Siebel environment. This course is an essential toolkit for developers and administrators aiming to leverage scripting to enhance the Siebel CRM's capabilities.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure that participants are well-prepared and able to gain the maximum benefit from the Siebel Scripting Rel 15.5 course, the following are the minimum required prerequisites:


  • Basic understanding of Siebel CRM architecture and functionality.
  • Familiarity with Siebel Tools and the Siebel Data Model.
  • Experience in configuring Siebel CRM, including views, applets, and business components.
  • Knowledge of programming fundamentals, preferably in languages such as JavaScript for browser-side scripting and eScript or VBScript for server-side scripting.
  • An understanding of relational database concepts and SQL.
  • Problem-solving skills and logical thinking.

While these prerequisites are intended to provide a foundation for the course, individuals with a strong determination to learn and a commitment to the training program will also find success. Koenig Solutions welcomes all participants who are eager to enhance their technical expertise in Siebel Scripting.


Target Audience for Siebel Scripting Rel 15.5

Koenig Solutions' Siebel Scripting Rel 15.5 course offers an in-depth understanding of Siebel scripting and best practices for system customization and optimization.


  • Siebel Developers
  • Application Developers working with Siebel CRM
  • CRM Consultants
  • Technical Consultants
  • IT Analysts specializing in Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems
  • System Integrators working on Siebel projects
  • Software Engineers looking to expand their skill set in Siebel CRM
  • Siebel Administrators aiming to improve system performance through scripting
  • Business Analysts involved in Siebel projects requiring technical insights
  • IT Project Managers overseeing Siebel CRM implementations or upgrades
  • Quality Assurance Professionals responsible for Siebel CRM performance and testing
  • Data Analysts working with Siebel CRM data for reporting and analysis purposes
  • Support Engineers providing technical support for Siebel applications
  • Solution Architects designing CRM solutions based on Siebel technology


Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Siebel Scripting Rel 15.5?

Introduction to Learning Outcomes:

This Siebel Scripting Rel 15.5 course equips students with the skills to effectively utilize scripting within Siebel applications, emphasizing best practices for performance and maintainability.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand the Siebel scripting environment and the distinction between browser-side and server-side scripting.
  • Identify scenarios where scripting is appropriate and explore declarative alternatives to custom scripts, such as using administrative solutions and workflow processes.
  • Gain proficiency in handling Siebel events, including pre and post-event handlers, and working with object interfaces.
  • Master the use of Siebel Tools Script Editor for coding, debugging, importing, exporting, and compiling scripts.
  • Learn to utilize Siebel Object APIs, including performing queries and calling Business Services within scripts.
  • Develop the ability to access object instances in both UI and non-UI contexts, ensuring scripts interact correctly with the Siebel application.
  • Embrace scripting best practices, including encapsulation, commenting, using libraries, exception handling, tracing, and localization considerations.
  • Create custom Business Services in Siebel and understand how to handle input and output arguments, as well as event handlers for these services.
  • Implement invocation of Business Services through scripting, workflows, runtime events, toolbar/menu items, and web services integration.
  • Optimize script performance by using tools like Script Performance Profiler and SARM, and by following best practices for efficient scripting.