Siebel CRM Innovation Pack 2014 brings a lot of fresh design patterns, most notably Responsive Web Design (RWD). The new standard theme (Aurora) uses CSS media queries to discern the available viewport and allows the browser (be it on a classic laptop or desktop or a mobile device) to rearrange elements in the DOM.With this change, we can now start using any Siebel Open UI application on any device and we have seen this already in a previous post.
Time for another "blast from the past". With IP 2014 (and iHelp in Open UI!) just released, here is a piece I wrote five years ago. Let's celebrate iHelp's 10th birthday with this post from November 2009.
The brand new Siebel Innovation Pack 2014 was eagerly anticipated by many customers because of the expected 'feature parity' with the High Interactivity (HI) client.
In the feature set for IP 2014, we find indeed some features that we sorely missed in earlier releases and now shine in their ActiveX free glory. In this article, we will discuss the following new features for Siebel Open UI in IP 2014:
It has become a tradition at this humble blog that we provide instructions how to create an easy-access self-study environment consisting of the Siebel Developer/Mobile Web Client, Sample Database and Siebel Tools. The following post is an updated version of previous instructions and has been updated to reflect all necessary steps to download, extract, install and setup Siebel CRM Developer Web Client, Tools and the Sample Database for Siebel 188.8.131.52 (or 184.108.40.206), better known as Innovation Pack 2014.