Jeff Strickland wrote:
> VanguardLH wrote ...
>> Dan wrote:
>>> "Your version of the Siebel High Interactivity Framework for IE, required
>>> for use of this Siebel application, may not be current. ..."
>> Since you bought Siebel's CRM product (now owned by Oracle), why not ask
>> their tech support?
> I think the problem is there too, not with IE.
They started in 1993, had IBM redistributing them, and lasted until 2005
when Oracle decided to buy them but support didn't move to Oracle until the
start of 2008. That was under 5 years ago and considering how prevalent
they were back then is why I figure they'd still be alive within Oracle if
only for the support.
According to the Oracle/Siebel support page, Siebel customers get lifetime
support. It doesn't look like Oracle dropped that as their web page is
still noting that lifetime support.
Now if a copy of Siebel "walked off" from the company grounds to wind up in
this guy's house, well, he became his own support staff for that product.
I didn't see "Siebel" listed in Oracle's online store but they might've
rolled that product into another of Oracle's products or renamed it. It's
probably been over a decade since Siebel was something I heard about often
enough to remember what the OP was asking about. We didn't use it at our
company but we had to write interfaces to it as part of a product that
allowed business to share data between these types of programs.