Generally, unless otherwise specified, the entity you contract with will
"own" the developed application; compiled objects, source and all....

Gregory A. Garner
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[mailto:consult400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Luke Gerhardt
Sent: Monday, March 12, 2012 1:46 PM
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Subject: [Consult400] question from new consultant about handling

Hello all,

I've worked writing programs on an AS/400/iSeries/i-whatever for about a
decade, but now I'm working as a freelance consultant. I'm starting to get
requests for AS/400 work now, and I'm not certain what is standard in this
field as far as handling deliverables.

Is it typical to provide source code to the client? If so, is there a
license to be used which would prevent them from copying it and reselling
it? How do you handle your clients from the side of software development?
Contracts? I'm not new to the machine, but I am new to the consulting side,
so I deeply appreciate any thoughts and advice you have!


Luke G.
Total Digital Consulting, LLC

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