I have been working with TechExtend to purchase server licenses for my new customer. I need a 5 user license (version 16) and a single user license to use in a weigh station. The single user version seems to be none existent and even my rep couldn't find one. The only license my rep could find is a personal server version that will not work for me. I need to be able to connect remotely for support and it is my understanding that the personal version will not allow that.

Any help would be appreciated.

asked 13 May '14, 18:27

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If you are not an OEM partner, the base package for the network server version of SQL Anywhere has a 5 user minimum (available as the "SQL Anywhere Workgroup edition"). After purchasing the base server version, you can then purchase additional user licenses for that server one at a time (called "SQL Anywhere Network Client") .

If you are an OEM, email me the name of the person you have been working with and I can look into it further. You can reach me at jason dot hinsperger at sap dot com.

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I don't need additional user licenses. I need one additional server license. The standalone kiosk has it's own server and I use Mobilink to sync data between. I have bought standalone server licenses in the past so what has changed????

(13 May '14, 22:19) jimblackburn

Product Number 7012468 is what I was needing. Amazing how hard it seems to be to find someone who knows product line.

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