Re: Licensing rules for Data Guard
Date: Sun, 17 Aug 2008 19:20:40 +0100
"Donkey Hottie" <spam_at_plc.is-a-geek.com> wrote in message
> "Neil Truby" <neil.truby_at_ardenta.com> wrote in
>> I'd like to try out Data Guard.
>> - am I right that that it is not available as an option for Standard
>> Edition, and is available only in Enterprise Edition?
> Enterprise Edition only.
>> - is there anything within the code of Standard Ediiton that stops me
>> trying it, or is it just an honour-based licensing system?
> Code refuses with an error message "Option not available" or something, if
> you try to configure Data Guard under Standard Edition.
>> The price differential between the versions is so vast that it is
>> inconceivable that we could buy Enterprise Edition, so I'd like to
>> find out the facts before wasting my time trying it.
> I once learned all about Data Guard for a client, but when it was time to
> implement it we learned that the cost of Enterprise Edition was too much,
> and the project failed.
Thanks. That's a shame though. I guess I can't trial it. Received on Sun Aug 17 2008 - 13:20:40 CDT