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Free ObjecDB license for Open Source project

2013-11-14 08:25

I'm just starting to work on small Open Source project. Currently I'm selecting suitable persistence layer. ObjectDB looks like a very good fit, but I can't justify buying license for 500$. Also we can't restrict ourselves for 10 entities :).  
So I wonder if it's possible to gain some kind of less restrictive ObjectDB license for Open Source project. 

Thank you for your answer.


infragile's picture
Joined on 2013-11-14
User Post #1
2013-11-16 21:10

I was also planning to ask something similar, so thanks for doing it.

Let's hope for a helpful answer.

zmirc's picture
Joined on 2013-05-03
User Post #59
2013-11-18 10:15

If the project is not commercial you may apply for a free license by opening a support ticket and your request will be considered. Please provide in that ticket as many details as possible about your project.

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