D4GL License counts-- whats the real truth

D4GL License counts-- whats the real truth

Post by Thomas Smit » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00



How does Informix D4GL count licenses:
    1) Under the Windows client-- is it:
        a) Rlogins-- (startwtk)
        b) X-Server start-ups-- (wtk)
        c) Program executions-- (fglrun *.42r)

    2) Under X-Windows-- is it:
        a) X-Server start-ups-- (fglX11d &)
        b) Program executions-- (fglrun *.42r)

I can not find out a straight answer from anyone at Informix. Since the
product's licensing was really designed by "4js".  I will also try them.

 
 
 

D4GL License counts-- whats the real truth

Post by Wolfgang Zage » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00



> How does Informix D4GL count licenses:
>     1) Under the Windows client-- is it:
>         a) Rlogins-- (startwtk)
>         b) X-Server start-ups-- (wtk)
>         c) Program executions-- (fglrun *.42r)

>     2) Under X-Windows-- is it:
>         a) X-Server start-ups-- (fglX11d &)
>         b) Program executions-- (fglrun *.42r)

> I can not find out a straight answer from anyone at Informix. Since the
> product's licensing was really designed by "4js".  I will also try them.

4js counts both examles as 1 (one !) license. You will stay at
one license also, if You call a 42r from another 42r.

This is what 4js-support told us.

Wolfgang