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What you think which license I can use?...

What you think which license I can use?

Users are just seeing the reports on the website.

So will it better to ask for Session CAL?

Thanks & Regards,

Sneha Topre

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Re: What you think which license I can use?...

That's not easy to answer. It depends on the frequency a user needs to work with QV.

A session CAL is quite expensive and only pays off, if the license is released by the users quite frequently (i.e. if the license it's locked by e.g. same 4 users all day, it's probably cheaper to buy named user CALs or even document CALs, if the user only requires to see 1 document).

I suggest that collect some statistics / assumptions on the document usage across your users, then meet with your QV sales rep or QV partner to discuss possible license scenarios.

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Re: What you think which license I can use?...

Hi

Adding to Swuehi, If you have less number of report in your environment ,  then the Document CAl will be cheaper , you can buy a specific number (depend on your parllel user count) of Document CAL and assign the same to the respective document.

Thanks,

D J

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