Re: What is "automated batching of data from computer to computer" in Named User License?

From: Mark D Powell <Mark.Powell_at_eds.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Jul 2008 12:24:30 -0700 (PDT)
Message-ID: <99749ded-5c30-4272-9ba6-0684a7334e73@56g2000hsm.googlegroups.com>


On Jul 4, 3:08am, ErikYkema <erik.yk..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On Jul 3, 6:31 pm, Mark D Powell <Mark.Pow..._at_eds.com> wrote:
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> > On Jul 3, 10:49 am, ErikYkema <erik.yk..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
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> > > Hello,
> > > I have Oracle Sales too, but if you could let your light shine on what
> > > the following line from the Named User Plus license means/implies, it
> > > is appreciated (http://www.oracle.com/corporate/pricing/eplext.pdf).
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> > > "Automated batching of data from computer to computer is permitted."
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> > > Our sales rep tries to convince us that what we may intend to build
> > > here, may not be in this class of "batching" and hence we may need the
> > > (more costly) CPU license.
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> > > Can you give an example of what is not in this class of "batching" and
> > > what is not?
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> > > Regards, Erik
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> > Quote
> > Batching - Batching is an activity that allows a group of tasks
> > occurring at different
> > times to be processed all at the same time, while requiring little or
> > no interaction
> > from the user. For most environments, batching is performed to
> > transport data
> > from computer to computer where the database is running.
> > There are two common methods for batching data into or out of a
> > database:
> > Automatic Batch/Data Feeds: This method requires no human
> > interaction
> > because batching scripts have been written that automatically uploads
> > the
> > data. See illustration #7.
> > Manual Batch/Data Feeds: This method is a manual process that
> > requires
> > human interaction because the user enables the execution of the
> > batching
> > scripts.
> > <snip>
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> > See the following reference for the rest of the information on what
> > constitutes batching:http://www.oracle.com/corporate/pricing/sig.pdf
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> > HTH -- Mark D Powell --
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> Thanks Mark, I was quite close but looked with my nose (as we say in
> Dutch...),
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You are welcome. I have had trouble finding information I know existed before also so think nothing of it.

  • Mark D Powell --
Received on Mon Jul 07 2008 - 14:24:30 CDT

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