Toad For Oracle End User License Agreement

I very much appreciate your help with my request and thank you for submitting the “Toad for Oracle” license file. I didn`t find it safe in our licensing agreement, it contradicts what a “seat” means… The following specific conditions apply to all freeware licenses provided by Quest for Toad for DB2, Toad for Oracle and Toad for SQL Server. As for the licenses, I added the Toad for Oracle license file. Toad for Oracle is a product. There are several different toad “flavours” for Oracle with different functions and prices for each. When you buy licenses, you buy them for the desired functions. For what “taste” there is in it, you can see this feature matrix – LIMITED WARRANTY OF SOFTWARE PERFORMANCE: For a period of 30 (30) days from the date of purchase or download, the licensee guarantees that the software is essentially run according to published documentation, which is released for licensed software. The only and exclusive recourse of the licensee in case of violation of the service guarantee of the above product is that the licensee, at its sole discretion and at no cost to the licensee, either repairs or replaces, within a reasonable time, the software with a version that does not contravene this guarantee, or (ii) to terminate this LICENSE and to refund the purchase price of the licensee for the software. This ECJ is the whole agreement between the parties regarding the purpose of this ECJ and replaces all prior or concomitant assurances, agreements or agreements and can only be amended or amended by a compliant agreement signed between the parties.

No condition in an order can alter these CLAs or otherwise constitute an agreement between the parties. If possible, you would also have the licensing agreements for the remaining toad products (below) that I mentioned in my question: (if any!) Or could you give me contact with people who might help with these products? I searched the forum and couldn`t find the definition of the “seat” license metric, and the license agreement doesn`t seem to define it either. Can someone clear things up? Is a seat based on the licensed user or how many devices is installed? If a user has a seat license, can they install on more than one computer as long as it is only used on one computer at a time? If this user has multiple versions installed, do you need more than one seat? It is important to note that the word “you” applies under the specific conditions above to the organization (the corporation) that has acquired licenses. However, many companies are made up of several different legal entities and each of them may, over time, have acquired its own Quest software licenses.