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Thursday, March 21st 2013, 3:08pm

Can we use the Jars in production?

Hi Dani,

Are we allowed to use our project-generated jars in a production environment? In my case, it would be a college environment, where we are trying to replace some of our SQRs. I've replaced some of them with straight Java code, but for some of the IT people they might actually prefer the Jabaco environment. I personally think it's cool, and easier to develop with, than Intellij or Eclipse.

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Saturday, March 23rd 2013, 9:39am

RE: Can we use the Jars in production?

Hi Dani,

Are we allowed to use our project-generated jars in a production environment? In my case, it would be a college environment, where we are trying to replace some of our SQRs. I've replaced some of them with straight Java code, but for some of the IT people they might actually prefer the Jabaco environment. I personally think it's cool, and easier to develop with, than Intellij or Eclipse.
I'll interpret the silence as "No, don't use them in production. There might be a licensing issue down the road."

Oh well, it was a nice idea. We'll continue coding, directly in Java.

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Monday, July 28th 2014, 2:40am

I thought "silence means yes"... and I thought we're allowed to use what we create in jabaco in any way we like :(
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Monday, July 28th 2014, 11:40am

I thought "silence means yes"... and I thought we're allowed to use what we create in jabaco in any way we like :(

The output of Jabaco is free to use.

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