Siebel systems were designed to be perfectly running and executing. Although the Siebel Systems were not created within the norms of simplicity, the Siebel systems made sure that all components and parts of the systems like Siebel 7, 7.7, 7.8 and others are working in accordance with what is standard.
Siebel systems usually operate in two dynamic frameworks. These frameworks are substantially the elements that made it possible for the Siebel systems to compatibly work with other systems primarily the application software and operating systems. The two frameworks are standard interactivity and the high interactivity. The main difference between the two frameworks is on the manner the Siebel client coordinates and channels things with the Siebel server. In the case of the standard interactivity framework, the modifications and changes that were made to record them are not automatically coordinated to the Siebel database server and in order to use the recorded database you will need to basically save them separately. On the other hand, the high interactivity framework works exactly opposite the other framework. When you make some changes on the record, it is automatically being saved on the Siebel Database server.
However, with this kind of a protocol, some problems are encountered with the high interactivity framework of Siebel. Normally, when you launch any applet on your Siebel software of any version, you would normally have an Internet Explorer instance, but with the current high interactivity framework, the instance when opened is crashed and requires that it be reopened.
Other than that problem, the high interactivity framework is working perfectly as designed.