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DB2 license for Range Partitioning with DB2 V9 ESE

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If I have a license for DB2 V9 ESE for the appropriate number of CPU's
on my server, do I need a separate additional license for Range
Partitioning (like I need for DPF).

Oct 5 '06 #1
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da
When I talked to IBM sometime back, I was told this feature requires
additional license.
It seems, every tiny feature from IBM requires license.

Thanks!
Mark A wrote:
If I have a license for DB2 V9 ESE for the appropriate number of CPU's
on my server, do I need a separate additional license for Range
Partitioning (like I need for DPF).
Oct 6 '06 #2

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da wrote:
When I talked to IBM sometime back, I was told this feature requires
additional license.
It seems, every tiny feature from IBM requires license.

Thanks!
Mark A wrote:
If I have a license for DB2 V9 ESE for the appropriate number of CPU's
on my server, do I need a separate additional license for Range
Partitioning (like I need for DPF).
Range Partitioning does *not* require an additional licence.

http://www-306.ibm.com/software/data...tml#enterprise
lists the features that require additional licences on top of ESE.

Oct 6 '06 #3

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