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    Default Single Developer License, multiple products, with support.. what now?

    I currently have ExtJS (5.x) and a Sencha Architect license, and an active support agreement that expires at the end of this year.

    I'm a one man operation, one site, one use for ExtJS, and thus I have a single developer and single commercial license for each of these products.

    With all these new license changes, I just want to know will I be able to continue my support when it comes up for expiration, and will the pricing be in line with previous years?

    There's absolutely no way I can keep my license if I'm forced into a 5 license minimum or 5 license support agreement. There's a few threads about the new licensing, but I can't seem to find one that has a core/solid answer on this scenario.

    Will I be able to get ExtJS 6 / Architect upgrades moving forward without switching to Complete or multi-user packs?

    Before I migrate my entire 5.x framework into 6.x, I'd like to know on these questions, because it's the difference between making the migration and switching to a different framework due to it becoming no longer an affordable one-person option.

    Thanks much

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    I'm a one man operation, one site, one use for ExtJS, and thus I have a single developer and single commercial license for each of these products.With all these new license changes, I just want to know will I be able to continue my support when it comes up for expiration, and will the pricing be in line with previous years?There's absolutely no way I can keep my license if I'm forced into a 5 license minimum or 5 license support agreement. There's a few threads about the new licensing, but I can't seem to find one that has a core/solid answer on this scenario.

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    There's absolutely no way I can keep my license if I'm forced into a 5 license minimum or 5 license support agreement. There's a few threads about the new licensing, but I can't seem to find one that has a core/solid answer on this scenario.Will I be able to get ExtJS 6 / Architect upgrades moving forward without switching to Complete or multi-user packs?Before I migrate my entire 5.x framework into 6.x, I'd like to know on these questions, because it's the difference between making the migration and switching to a different framework due to it becoming no longer an affordable one-person option.

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    Your best bet is to talk to our Sales team to see what your options are. You can reach them using our contact form:
    https://www.sencha.com/company/contact/

    My understanding is that existing accounts are renewed as is, so that single licenses can continue to be maintained. Again, Sales can give you the truest answers regarding renewals.


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