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IAP Licenses

IAP Licenses

IAP Licenses

thread631-1724894: Changing AccpacCOMAPI to AccpacxApi

Hi All,

I am referencing to an old post from Django and Etienne.
I bought some IAP licenses in 2016 and Sage did not mention they were discontinued (wow, unbelievable...)
I have several applications that use both XApi and COMApi, the XApis are being converted gradually but are still there and that is the reason why I bought some IAPs. Ettienne mentioned that now XApi takes LanPaks.
My question is then: can I drop the IAP licenses?
Also, is it still the case that each workstation consumes only one LanPak regardless of the Sage sessions being used? I'm assuming these include both GUI sessions and API sessions?



RE: IAP Licenses

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RE: IAP Licenses

Thanks a lot Jay

Then, to anyone listening: DO NOT BUY IAP licenses, they basically no longer serve any purpose.
Perhaps a good idea is also to remove "This workstation uses IAP licenses for external applications".

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