iSeries Access is a licensed product - and usually has a number of connections in the license. The client software can come from any release within a number or 2 - there are the relationships listed somewhere under www.iseries.ibm.com/access

As to what is licensed and what not, go to www.iseries.ibm.com/infocenter for v5r3 and find the Software Insallation manual - has the contents of the CDs divided by what is chargeable and not.

HTH
Vern
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From: "Rob Dixon" <robertsdixon@xxxxxxxxx>

Many thanks to you both. I will install it.

Does anyone know the answer to my question about versions of iSeries Access?

Rob Dixon

On Sat, Sep 13, 2008 at 6:26 PM, Scott Schollenberger <
schollenbergers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


5722DG1 is not a chargeable LPP. No license keys is required.


________________________________

Scott A. Schollenberger
Vice President, Research & Development
Harris School Solutions
A division of Harris Computer Systems


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Subject: RE: HTTP Server V5R3

Is 5722DG1 chargeable?

I don't think so. Anyway it's on your standard media so just go and
install and see what's happens.
Worst case you will have a 70 day trial....

Good luck!



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