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Re: Why migrating to MAXDB?
From: Timo Denis (tdeiee.lu)
Date: Fri Jan 23 2004 - 10:30:51 CST
Hi and thanks a lot for the detailed answers,
so if we use our database tools only internal we don't have to pay a
license and our softare and database code must no be GPLed!
Wolfgang, nice to meet ex-colleagues at this mailinglist;))
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On Fri, 23 Jan 2004, Wolfgang Rosenauer wrote:
> On Fri, 23 Jan 2004, Hannes Degenhart wrote:
> > what's about Web applications?
> > We have a web application running using SAPDB (7.3 currently) and Perl.
> > We don't want to distribute this program at all, we want to run it on
> > the web server.
> The following is my personal interpretation of the GPL!
> The GPL doesn't cover the USAGE but only the distribution of binaries and
> sources. If you do not distribute your software you can do what you want
> with GPL software.
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