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Configuring User Interface Elements in the Siebel Handheld Client
When configuring user interface elements on the Siebel Handheld Client, also consider the processing speed and memory constraints of handheld devices. The constraint on processing speed affects the performance of a handheld device. The performance of a handheld device is also related to the number of screens and views downloaded to the handheld device. Because handheld devices are not meant to provide the same functionality as larger devices, such as laptops, the number of screens and views must be kept to a minimum on the handheld device.
Due to size constraints on handheld devices, the Siebel Handheld Client displays user interface elements differently from the Siebel Web Client. Consider these differences when configuring the Siebel Handheld Client application. For example, Siebel Handheld Client does not support an alphabetical index.
The following topics are related to configuring user interface elements in the Siebel Handheld Client: