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From:Gleb Paharenko Date:June 28 2005 8:30am
Subject:Re: A question about the open source license of MySQL
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Hello.

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"Behrang Saeedzadeh" <behrangsa@stripped> wrote:
> Hi
> 
> We've developed a J2EE application for one of our customers. Currently,
> the system uses SQLServer as the backend database. The databse system
> is not embedded with the J2EE application and we can safely switch to
> other RDBMSes.
> 
> I wanted to know that if we change the RDBMS from SQLServer to MySQL,
> do we have to buy the commercial license or the open source license
> suffieces as we've not embedded/tied our application with the RDBMS?
> 
> Best Regards,
> Behrang S.
> 


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A question about the open source license of MySQLBehrang Saeedzadeh28 Jun
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