Yes you are licensed to it. The only parts of iNav that require licensing are the file upload/download and 5250 emulation. If you don't use those (or are licensed for them) you may use as many copies as you want against your system.

Jim Oberholtzer
Chief Technical Architect
Agile Technology Architects


On 9/27/2012 4:19 PM, James Lampert wrote:
I finally figured out what was going wrong. What it should have been is
this (and it's now in the ILE RPG source for the service program:

CREATE FUNCTION WTFOOBAR/CENSORACCT(NUMERIC(9,0)) RETURNS CHAR(1)
LANGUAGE RPGLE PARAMETER STYLE GENERAL NO SQL PROGRAM TYPE SUB EXTERNAL
NAME WTFOOBAR/CENSORACCT(CENSORACCT)

(only the names were changed, to protect the innocent).

And I'll look into iNav, when I get a few minutes. But am I even
licensed on it?

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JHHL
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