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ItsMeSolItsMeSol 

Where I c an Get the Copy of End User Lisence Agreement of DATA LOADER

Good day to all!

     Our Company need the EULA of data Loader which contain restrictions and IP right on derivative programs, etc. Anyone can give me the copy? Please Help.

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Nimble TedNimble Ted

It's a standard BSD-2 3-clause license. 

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BSD_licenses

 

It doesn't use the words "derivative works" or "intellectual property", but it clearly states the requirements for redistribution in modified or unmodified form. 

 

It doesn't contain restrictions or IP rights on derivative programs, because it's a permissive licnese, are there are not any restrictions, aside from the three clauses. 

 

If the concern is about placing restrictions on your own application, note that derivative works based on BSD-2 licensed material may be released under a proprietary license or as closed source software.

 

-Ted.

 

 

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Nimble TedNimble Ted

The license is embedded at that top of each file of the source code. It's a BSD license. 

 

https://github.com/forcedotcom/dataloader

 

/*
* Copyright (c) 2012, salesforce.com, inc.
* All rights reserved.
*
* Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided
* that the following conditions are met:
*
* Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
* following disclaimer.
*
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* the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
*
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*
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ItsMeSolItsMeSol
Thanks for the reply- but the approver commented, " doesn't contain restrictions and IP right on derivative programs, etc." Sol _ Sulpicio T. Yangao, Jr Accenture Delivery Center - Manila Philippines SSE SalesForce Cybergate2 Pioneer St. Mandaluyong City email: sulpicio.t.yangao.jr@accenture.com "Plan Ahead. Be Ahead. Plan BCM." Accenture Confidential ________________________________ Subject to local law, communications with Accenture and its affiliates including telephone calls and emails (including content), may be monitored by our systems for the purposes of security and the assessment of internal compliance with Accenture policy. ______________________________________________________________________________________ www.accenture.com
ItsMeSolItsMeSol

Thanks for the reply- but the Approver commented, "doesn't contain restrictions and IP right on derivative programs, etc."

Nimble TedNimble Ted

It's a standard BSD-2 3-clause license. 

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BSD_licenses

 

It doesn't use the words "derivative works" or "intellectual property", but it clearly states the requirements for redistribution in modified or unmodified form. 

 

It doesn't contain restrictions or IP rights on derivative programs, because it's a permissive licnese, are there are not any restrictions, aside from the three clauses. 

 

If the concern is about placing restrictions on your own application, note that derivative works based on BSD-2 licensed material may be released under a proprietary license or as closed source software.

 

-Ted.

 

 

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ItsMeSolItsMeSol

Thanks for the Info TED -  I will try to forward this to the approver of the software. Hope it help a lot.

 

Thanks,

Sol


Nimble Ted wrote:

It's a standard BSD-2 3-clause license. 

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BSD_licenses

 

It doesn't use the words "derivative works" or "intellectual property", but it clearly states the requirements for redistribution in modified or unmodified form. 

 

It doesn't contain restrictions or IP rights on derivative programs, because it's a permissive licnese, are there are not any restrictions, aside from the three clauses. 

 

If the concern is about placing restrictions on your own application, note that derivative works based on BSD-2 licensed material may be released under a proprietary license or as closed source software.

 

-Ted.