For program licensing agreements for programs announced prior to May 1, 1999, please contact your on-site IBM office or your local IBM partner. LPARs (logical partitions) can be used to divide the z system and delineate the installations and use of software, which allows to control the use of MLC software, IPLA licenses and S-S costs. Many customers implement a sub-capacity model to reduce monthly costs and temporarily increase the capacity of specific processing requirements, for example. B the end of the quarter or Black Friday. The following section provides an overview of the top five conditions you have agreed and that you should consider when making IBM software available in your organization: The program is owned by International Business Machines Corporation or one of its subsidiaries (IBM) or an IBM vendor and is copyrighted and licensed, not sold. MLC software and IPLA software can be licensed. But unlike MLC, where fees are based on the four-hour working average determined by the SCRT report, the software costs for using IPLA above the licensed limit can be quite high. The excessive consumption of IPLA software capabilities is in fact a lease for this short period and does not apply to over-the-counter or S-S fees. The customer is responsible for ensuring compliance with the IPLA under capacity and often saves money over time by granting full capacity. The term „program“ refers to the original program and all copies, in whole or in part, of it. A program consists of machine-readable instructions, its components, data, audiovisual content (such as images, text, recordings or images) and associated licensed documents.
Performance-based IPLA software is allowed for the configured capacity of the LPAR in which it is installed, implemented or made available. Organizations often only license LPAR development. This allows the organization to reduce the total license of the software product while simply limiting its use to a development LPAR. Tests for debugging, using, analyzing applications and code performance tools generally fall into this category. D/N: No P/N: For the following files, the license follows: src/awt/pfm/robot_child/multiVis.c src/awt/pfm/robot_child/multiVis.h src/awt/pfm/robot_child/list.c .c src/a wt/pfm/robot_child/list.h src/awt/pfm/robot_child/wsutil.h / multiVis.c 1.5 99/12/08 – Copyright 1999 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All rights reserved. This software is the proprietary information of Sun Microsystems, Inc. – Use is subject to the license conditions. Multivis $XConsortium.c /hand/hand/4 10/10/14 15:04:08 swick swick———————————————————————— This file contains functions to establish a list of regions that make a tile. Each area contains all the visible parts of the window drawn with the same visual element. If the window is made up of tabs of two different visual types, there are two areas in the list. The list can be browsed to correctly draw an image of the window with XGetImage or the image library.
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