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luis.toledo
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Runtime libraries or what?

Post by luis.toledo » Thu Oct 25, 2007 5:35 pm

Hi, Im very interested in Ranorex. But I have a question:

If I buy the Pro version, I'll get a runtime libraries?

Example: I write my test and build my solution with the installed-buyed RanorexPro version, What if I want to run these builds on another machine?

What is your sub-distribution politics?
What if I want to sell those tests?
Are the ProVersion.dll's must be included in the Deploy to make it work? Or you provide me some kind of redistribuitable run-only dlls package?

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Post by Support Team » Thu Oct 25, 2007 10:08 pm

If I buy the Pro version, I'll get a runtime libraries?
Yes
What if I want to run these builds on another machine?
You need a site license or two single user licenses.
What is your sub-distribution politics?
What if I want to sell those tests?
You need an embedded license. Please read our embedded license agreement.
Are the ProVersion.dll's must be included in the Deploy to make it work?
Yes

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Post by daluu » Tue May 20, 2008 11:13 pm

Support Team wrote:
What if I want to run these builds on another machine?
You need a site license or two single user licenses.

Jenö
Ranorex Support Team
That's unfortunate, but still ok. I had asked a similar question a long while back and from the response I was given, I misinterpreted it as "you need a license to create the Ranorex-based application but you can deploy the application to as many machines as you want within your company for use as a test tool". But then again, many commercial test tool vendors require a license for running the "developed" test tools/scripts per site or per client.