Booth

IANAL - but it seems that if it licensed at the i, then you have to limit use to that i. If it is licensed at the PC, all's fair. I've used WDSC against a customer machine and have seen no license issues. Same with Personal Communications, but that is not the same as the Access emulator, as it does not have the license related to the i.

I also have a free account on one of those providers - I believe the person in charge said they won't provide WDSC or whatever but that you could use it if you have it.

JMHO
Vern

Booth Martin wrote:
I have various flavors of:
Client Access
Code/400
WDSC
RDi
all acquired on various projects.

In following discussions here about licensing, etc., it occurs to me that probably there are some restrictions about using these products on machines other than for which the software was sent to me.

In other words, If I have a legal copy of RDi, can I legally use it on any i, anywhere?


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