Hi,

You should not get confused between OGS and your license. Unless your
contract is machine based there should not be a big financial burden to get
a key for the new machine. You do not need OGS for that although you might
have to push a bit harder.

If your contract is machine based than it is a different story since you are
than changing the 'usage' of your BPCS system.

Best regards,

 

Ernst Smilde

 

De Moer Project Services BV
PO Box 112
NL-4140 AC  LEERDAM
NETHERLANDS
Phone:    +31345610017
Facsimile:+31345618980
E-mail: esmilde@xxxxxxxxxx
http://www.demoer.com

 

-----Original Message-----
From: bpcs-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:bpcs-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Reinardy, James
Sent: 02 August 2004 22:16
To: SSA's BPCS ERP System
Subject: BPCS License Key

 

Hello all,

 

We are running BPCS 6.0.04 on a iSeries 830, software level P30, OS rev

V5R2.  We are not on OGS.  I am examining my options regarding upgrade

of my iSeries toward the end of the year and am hoping to get some

feedback on what I can and cannot do with the box given that I will not

be able to get a new key from SSA.  

 

Our IBM reseller is telling me that I can upgrade to one of the new

boxes (520) and keep the same serial number while dropping to a P20

software level.  What they can't tell me with any certainty is whether

BPCS will run under the same license key.  Anyone have any experience

with this?  

 

Thanks,

 

Jim Reinardy,

Director - IS

Badger Meter, Inc.

Milwaukee, WI

 

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