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A successful architecture will help make the Siebel application implementation a success, while a poor architecture will undermine an otherwise effective configuration. Also, properly configuring your application gets the most out of the architecture that you have in place. Poor configuration will likely cause, for instance, poor performance from your staff or your servers.

The purpose of this document is to make sure that any configurations you perform:

The document is not intended to give step-by-step instructions on how to perform specific configurations.

Technical professionals and computer programmers can use this document to configure Siebel eBusiness applications. It is recommended that your project team members attend Siebel University's Siebel eBusiness Essentials course before beginning configurations.

 Configuration Guidelines 
 Published: 18 April 2003