You get your lawyers, they get their lawyers and let them duel to the
death. :D


Thanks
Bryce Martin
Programmer/Analyst I
570-546-4777



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I'm being told by Infor that we would get a single movement of the
software - w/o charge. I'm wondering what happens when we want to move
the software to the 3rd machine?

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I have not had any issues. When we last upgraded our iSeries server, I
simply contacted them in advance to supply the serial number of the new
system, they gave me new license keys, and that was it.

As far as a limitation on how many times you can switch boxes, I don't
believe that is addressed. As long as you are current on maintenance,
changing boxes and getting new license keys is free....to my knowledge.

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Showa Aluminum Corp. of America

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From: "Don Cavaiani" <dcavaiani@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Date: 03/10/2011 02:18 PM
Subject: [BPCS-L] Infor - Maintenance Clarification
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Can anyone explain their experience? We are looking at re-upping with
Infor on their Maintenance. Shortly after, we will go to a new IBM i
720 server.

With Maintenance in full force, are there typically ever any contractual
restrictions written in by Infor which will not allow you to, AT ANY
TIME, simply move/run your Infor software components to any new IBM i
software version and/or to any new IBM i hardware/software combination?
Also, are they restrictions/penalties against doing this multiple times
- say once every 4-5 years while fully on Maintenance?

TIA

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