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Developer License Cost

Hi QV,

Currently i'm using Qlikview personal edition. I just want to buy one Developer license.

So, if somebody knows what it costs, please let me know.

Thanks in Advance,

Ananth

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Re: Developer License Cost

Hi Ananth,

Check with QlikTech, few years back we used this type of license without qlikview server, I am not sure whether it is available now, even when I check in Qlikview site it is no where mentioned.

But I am sure Qlikview Desktop license is there.

Regards,

Jagan.

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Re: Developer License Cost

No developer license is available anymore. Developers are expected to lease license. See the details attached.

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Re: Developer License Cost

Thanks Ashfaq...

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Re: Developer License Cost

Is it mandatory to buy 5 Cals, can't we buy one cal.

Ananth

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Re: Developer License Cost

Yes its mandatory,

As per Qlik Policy the min quantity that can be ordered is as follows

5 for Named Cal/Local Client.

10 for document Cal.

If it answer your concern, then please close the thread by selecting proper answer.

Regards

ASHFAQ

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Re: Developer License Cost

Many thanks Ashfaq..

One last thing I would like to clarify, currently we are using Qlikview personal edition only and dont have any QVServer,

Can we buy Cal's without having Server?

Thanks & Regards,

Ananth

Re: Developer License Cost

Hi,

I'm not sure of this, but you can check with your nearest Qlik partner.

Regards

ASHFAQ

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Re: Developer License Cost

Okay Ashfaq, thanks for your response

luciancotea
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Re: Developer License Cost

Minimum configuration is SB Server + 5 CAL

Re: Developer License Cost

"Yes you can!" (do I sound like Obama?)

There is still something called "a Local Client". You do not need a server or any other Named/document/Session/User affair. What you do need is a Local License and it carries the same price tag as a single Named CAL (Jan 1st, 2014). The license - when installed - applies to a single Windows ID on a single PC.

Best,

Peter

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