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Re: Data Services "Express" ? - Adobe LiveCycle 30-06-2006
What James said in his presentation is correct. It's free forup to 1 CPU. I'm sorry if that wasn't clear or if he wasn't beingspecific enough. The Express license is meant to be usable in aproduction environment, but only for non-mission criticalapplications. If you're deploying it in a high-availability,high-performance environment, you have to license one of the otherversions, just as you would ColdFusion Standard or Enterprise. Wehave to make money somehow, don't we?Just for the record, there...

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Re: Data Services "Express" ? - Adobe LiveCycle 29-06-2006
If you want to run FDS on more than one processor, you wouldhave to purchase a license, either to the Enterprise edition or theDepartmental Edition.Phil

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Re: Flex Data Services on OS X? - Adobe LiveCycle 29-06-2006
You can run it on OS X, but we don't support it as anofficial deployment platform. You just need to download theJava-based installer, which is the one listed as HP-UX or AIX. Ifyou follow the same instructions, it will work for dev purposes.Phil

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Re: Data Services "Express" ? - Adobe LiveCycle 29-06-2006
From an API standpoint, the Express edition is exactly thesame as the Enterprise edition. The difference is in the rights youget with the license. With the Express Edition, you can only deployapplications that run on a single CPU and that are not clustered orload balanced. there is a more complete discussion of this here:http://www.adobe.com/products/flex/productinfo/faq/#item-11Phil CostaGroup Product Manager, Flex

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Re: How limited is the no cost version of FDS going to be? - Adobe LiveCycle 04-05-2006
Hi,We don't plan to announce the final packaging and pricinguntil we release the product. I know you'd like to have moredetailed information than that, but that's all we're sharing at themoment.I can say that our goal is to make the pricing for both FDSand Flex SDK scale from free on upwards in a way that matches thebusiness value of the applications that you're deploying. In otherwords, the free version of FDS will not be so limited that youcan't use it for a real production application; on the...

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