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As an example, if I understand this stuff correctly, Siebel started from scratch to build their web-based products.




Big articles
http://www.siebel.com/siebmag/issue1/tech.html
http://www.siebel.com/siebmag/issue7/web.html


Built on a proven, component-based architecture, Siebel eBusiness Applications are designed from the ground up to be completely Web-based, deliver support for multiple computing platforms, and provide automatic upgrades and software distribution that significantly reduce the total cost of ownership.

http://www.siebel.com/products-solutions/architecture.html



I've searched the website for information on this and this is all I got. My impression is that they have done this from scratch but in theory they could have put a framework and filled it in with old code but I don't think this would be a good idea. I've never ported a product from Client Server to Internet so I'm not sure.



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