1) Named developer license subscription.
The license is bound to one specific developer or build server. Thus if there are two developers (or automatic build servers) that both need to develop using kbmMemTable, two NDL licenses are needed, regardless if they do not use the framework concurrently. NDL licenses can only be transferred between developers after prior written agreement with Components4Developers, and only if the transfer is permanent (for example due to change of developer on a project etc.). After a license transfer, the original license holder no longer holds a license. Please notice that for kbmMemTable Standard Edition, this purchase is a subscription with autorenewal. There is no autorenewal for the documentation license. See point 2 below for more info.
2) Service and Update subscription.
The service and update period for an NDL license can be extended in batches of 12 months from the expiration date of the previous SAU period. If multiple NDL licenses are expiring then multiple SAU extensions must be purchased matching the number of licenses. Purchasing a kbmMemTable Standard Edition license automatically signs you up for a yearly autorenewing subscription. You will be notified by email shortly before a renewal is about to happen, to allow you to cancel the renewal if you so desire. You can also choose to cancel the renewal immediately after purchase of the SAU, but please remember that you may then loose access to updates when your SAU period expires. kbmMemTable documentation license is not autorenewing.
Please notice that since the products are delivered with source, we do not offer any return options. You may choose to try out our free kbmMW CodeGear Edition (where applicable) which includes kbmMemTable CodeGear Edition, to see some of the available features, or ask us about specific feature requirements before deciding to purchase.
|| New NDL1)
| kbmMemTable Standard Edition
| kbmMemTable documentation
|12 months SAU is included with each new NDL.
There are no runtime royalties for compiled applications.