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One customer wants to buy 20~30 ASA clients to do the data synchronous between pad and ASE. I think he can do 2 different choices: 1. one advance ASA include 25 client license. 2. six workgroup ASA include 5 client license per server

Do these two packages work ? if not, which one should I choose and what's the difference?

Only thinking about the Mobilink function.

If HA is future plan, workgroup version can fulfill this requirement?

asked 19 Feb '13, 03:46

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If you're only requiring MobiLink functionality, you just need to purchase any base package (eg. 5-User Workgroup Edition), then buy additional database sync seats (UltraLite in your case if the client is iOS). For future reference, if you're buying a SQL Anywhere package and require it's use as a server, please note that the Workgroup Edition is limited to use of 2 CPUs, Standard Edition - 4 CPUs, and Advanced Edition - no limit on CPUs.

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answered 19 Feb '13, 05:09

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