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    Ugh... I do wonder if they did something to stop me from being so vocal

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    Ugh... I do wonder if they did something to stop me from being so vocal
    I was wondering that myself too

    But the problem just seems to be that the word that starts with sub...... is in the bad words list.
    Avoid that word and your post will go through.

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    Gonna test that:

    Sure, if you are going to keep working on something, you obviously need to keep paying. But Idera is not answering a key question here too and I can easily see many getting into the trap. I work for clients that have no problems with buying 5+ licenses so the single license isn't something I care about right now. But I do think it needs answering and attention brought to the question and how Idera isn't addressing it.
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    lol, didn't get denied but...

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    I replaced the word with "single license"
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    Quote Originally Posted by LesJ View Post
    So, if you know that you will continue to modernize the app as long as you own it, then the single dev license is a good option. Otherwise, the single dev license is not attractive as costs will be added every year.
    Main problem is that you don't know what the pricing will be in the next years.
    *mumbles something about a history of increasing prices five times*

    If the license only is about updates and support, you can decide to decline them if the price is no longer acceptable.
    However not renewing your distribution rights isn't really an option, so you are screwed in case of increases.

    Would only make sense to go for such option if they guaranteed price was fixed for the next 10 years or so.

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    Would only make sense to go for such option if they guaranteed price was fixed for the next 10 years or so.
    What industry does that? Mitchell knows they stopped him from being vocal because of his arrogant avatar. :-) You know what I'm talking about Mitchell. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougbieber View Post
    What industry does that?
    Most industries?!
    Never had a larger customer that capped price increases in their purchasing conditions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougbieber View Post
    his arrogant avatar. :-) You know what I'm talking about Mitchell. LOL
    You sir are still the only one that has ever thought that, I still get people asking me to put up the fingerguns
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    Quote Originally Posted by dougbieber View Post
    Mitchell knows they stopped him from being vocal because of his arrogant avatar. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Max_nl View Post
    Main problem is that you don't know what the pricing will be in the next years.
    *mumbles something about a history of increasing prices five times*

    If the license only is about updates and support, you can decide to decline them if the price is no longer acceptable.
    However not renewing your distribution rights isn't really an option, so you are screwed in case of increases.

    Would only make sense to go for such option if they guaranteed price was fixed for the next 10 years or so.
    Most software doesn't restrict your ability to still use it in production if you don't renew the license. The version you had at the time your license expired is the version you're stuck with (until you pony up more cash). Having to keep ponying up cash on the off chance you might need to tinker with some rock-solid system, whirring away quietly for years without problem, is a definite concern, though not for me since I'm just a salary/wage slave :-D

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