Walden H. Leverich wrote:

Do others use PDM as an operations tool too? Is PDM dead like SEU or
will PDM stick around for a while. And under the new development tool
licensing, would PDM count as one of those "old" development tools?

Yes, our operator uses PDM as well as SEU. Under the new paradigm, we have to buy him a seat. Not only that, but we have to buy his twice-a-year backups a seat, too since they have different user profiles.

Our operator uses a twinax terminal at the console for much of his work. Not a PC. RDi is not an option at all.

One's machine gets an entitlement to a certain number of ADTS (PDM) seats based on software tier. If you're lucky, your organisational chart matches the licence structure and you don't have to buy extra seats.
--buck

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