Assuming we have a web application using pureQuery APIs (annotated interfaces and inline mode) ==> pureQuery static binder needed but pureQuery runtime useless
Do we need a purequery licence for our Production environment ?
Thanks for help
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1 reply Latest Post - 2012-08-31T08:15:23Z by VNQB_Jean-Francois_Contour
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Re: pureQuery licence in production ?2012-08-31T08:15:23Z in response to VNQB_Jean-Francois_ContourI will rephrase my previous question : do we need a purequery licence when running an application that embarks purequery APIs (annotated methods and inline style). In fact they are a few purequery jars that are needed at run-time (pdq.jar...). Are these jar licenced in a production environment ?