I have a question about Oracle licenses.If you use the dbca to create a set of scripts to use as a model for database creation it will add entries for different options. Such as ultraSearch, Spatial, OLAP, and so on.
If you have an Enterprise development license, is it a violation of your license if you have not paid the additional fee for the options even if you don?t use them?
They are in the orcl.sql script like below: @/apps/oracle/admin/orcl/scripts/CreateDB.sql @/apps/oracle/admin/orcl/scripts/CreateDBFiles.sql @/apps/oracle/admin/orcl/scripts/CreateDBCatalog.sql @/apps/oracle/admin/orcl/scripts/spatial.sql @/apps/oracle/admin/orcl/scripts/ultraSearch.sql @/apps/oracle/admin/orcl/scripts/ultraSearchCfg.sqlThese options are no being used, they just get installed in a development environment, it is this a violation?
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