Hi, I was as at a site some years ago where we had a similar situation and had Oracle conduct a licensing audit and Oracle said you can not install Oracle software that you don't have license for even if you don't use it. HTH. Cheers, Chris Quoting Jared Still <jkstill@xxxxxxxxx>:
It doubt that anyone on this list can accurately answer your question. The most accurate answer will come from your sales rep. On 9/12/07, Joe Smith <joe_dba@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: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?
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