Infact the Service Request answer was "you can use it for automatic
building tools", of course if you want to go in production you need to buy
Oh dear, why a license and not a piece of code to understand such a simple
2012/9/14 Max Rydahl Andersen <max.andersen(a)redhat.com>
"We grant you a nonexclusive, nontransferable limited license to use the
programs only for the purpose of developing, testing, prototyping and
demonstrating your application, and not for any other purpose. This license
permits you to deploy the programs only on your single developer desktop
computer (of any type, including physical, virtual or remote virtual), to
be used and accessed by only (1) named developer."
You can only use it on one machine.
" For deployment of the application you develop under this license for any
internal data processing or for any commercial or production purposes, or
if you want to use the programs for any purpose other than as permitted
under this agreement, you must first obtain a production release version of
the programs by contacting us or an Oracle reseller to obtain the
If you want to go in production -> buy it.
On 14 Sep 2012, at 16:41, Thomas Frühbeck <fruehbeck(a)aon.at> wrote:
> I'm no expert at all, but - honestly - perhaps this is the reason, why
> there are no oracle drivers in maven repos :)
> Isn't this the applicable license:
> But anyhow:
>> -You will not download or otherwise export or re-export the
> Programs, directly or indirectly, to the above mentioned countries nor
> to citizens, nationals or residents...
> my few cents on that: I would honestly be surprised if you could in any
> way comply with a maven repo ;-)
> Am 14.09.2012 09:35, schrieb Luca Masini:
>> Someone can help me in understanding the license ??
>> Thank you.
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