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User Interface Guidelines

These guidelines apply to the Siebel eBusiness Application user interface for both Standard Interactivity and High Interactivity. However, be aware that there are a few differences between these two clients. For example, because the High Interactivity client is considered the standard application, it provides almost all the functionality that was available in previous versions of Siebel eBusiness Applications. However, the Standard Interactivity client, with its reduced level of interactivity, is considered to be more of a customer application. For more information on the differences between the two types of clients, see Siebel Tools Reference.

Configuring the user interface represents a significant part of any Siebel eBusiness Application implementation. Because the user interface is made up of many different parts, this section provides guidelines for the following:

Standard Siebel eBusiness applications are deployed using Siebel Smart Web Clients that have their own separate set of user interface definitions. These definitions include applets, views, screens and application object definitions.

 Configuration Guidelines 
 Published: 18 April 2003