21 Apr 2008 11:39 AM #1
Does the commercial license entitle you to future upgrades?
Does the Ext JS commercial license entitle you to use future versions? What about minor revisions? Major revisions? For how long?
21 Apr 2008 12:03 PM #2
21 Apr 2008 12:07 PM #3
@vmorale4: No, that's the support subscription. I am asking about the commercial license.
I just found it strange that there's no mention of a version number, or anything about upgrade rights, in the license.
21 Apr 2008 2:33 PM #4
My understanding is yes.Erik
My Plugins: [2.x] Plugin : Grid HeaderForm (Ext.ux.grid.HeaderForm)
21 Apr 2008 4:52 PM #5
Whoops. I missed this paragraph in the license agreement:
The license granted herein applies only to the version of the Software downloaded or installed
in connection with the terms of this Agreement. Any previous or subsequent license granted to
You for use of the Software shall be governed by the terms and conditions of the agreement
entered in connection with downloading or installation of that version of the Software.
21 Apr 2008 6:15 PM #6
Then why would anyone care about 1yr read-only access to svn. I seems to me that this was thrown together without much thought. It makes me wish I would have chosen something else.
21 Apr 2008 8:42 PM #7
The Ext commercial license includes upgrades to all minor revisions. For example:
2.0 -> 2.0.1 -> 2.0.2 -> 2.1, etc
Basically anything 2.x.
For a faster response in the future, I recommend directing licensing questions to email@example.com. Thanks!Jack Slocum
Sencha Co-Founder, Ext JS Founder
Original author of Ext JS 1, 2 & 3.
22 Apr 2008 12:37 AM #8
22 Apr 2008 2:02 AM #9
and that means you need to buy a new license for every new release that is not minor.
22 Apr 2008 2:40 AM #10
Are there no 1-year free update period, no matter of what version will come out, like it was before?