Licensing Oracle Programmer
The technology world is a complex one. Every day you are using different products, tools and software that help you simplify your work and manage large amounts of data. Or maybe you’re developing applications for your customers. Whatever you do, you’re using at least a software program a day. But are you aware of how all these programs need to be licensed?
Oracle offers a complete and integrated set of application development tools that supports any development approach, any technology platform, and any operating system. We’ll focus on one of the most popular products for application programmers building apps that access Oracle Database: Oracle Programmer.
This whitepaper is designed to help you understand the features, installation, and options available for Oracle Programmer and the type of license required to use it.
Oracle Programmer is a product that provides a programmatic interface to any edition of Oracle Database for application programmers.
This product is licensed separately from the Oracle Database products and provides a set of interfaces for developers who build enterprise applications that access and manipulate Oracle Database.
We have prepared a detailed material, where you will learn how to:
- Determine if Oracle Programmer is installed
- Install Oracle Programmer, if you don’t have it by default
- Determine if the full Programmer option is installed
- License Oracle Programmer
To find out more about these and some other tech secrets, click below to download the whitepaper.
Adrian is one of B-lay’s Senior Technical Analysts. He started working as SAM consultant since early 2011. In his previous role as Senior Technical Analyst in Oracle’s License Management Services (LMS) department, Adrian was involved in more than 1000 customer engagements over a period of 5 years. Skilled in Oracle Database, Middleware, Business Process improvement and Business Analysis, SQL, training and consulting, he is now using his software asset and license management experience and knowledge to provide valuable licensing advice, helping end users to maximize the efficiency of their software entitlements. Adrian holds a master’s degree in IT – database development for business support – from the Academy of Economic Studies of Bucharest.