ledeckyv
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Hello, 
could anyone help me with identification, what those letters in table: [Recognition].[def].[SpcProduct], column LicensingType, mean?
There are letters:

LicensingTypeWhat is it?
L 
F 
M 

 

I am trying to find a table which should contain data about Freeware products..

 

Thank you

Vlad

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james_ellis
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Hi Vlad,

 

I have received information below:

 

LicensingType What is it?
L Licence required (Overall)
F Free - No Licence (Freeware / Tools)
M Mixed (Not clearly defined)

 

Hope this helps.

 

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James Ellis

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Hi Vlad,

I will find out from the development team.

Kind regards,

James Ellis
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Hi Vlad,

 

I have received information below:

 

LicensingType What is it?
L Licence required (Overall)
F Free - No Licence (Freeware / Tools)
M Mixed (Not clearly defined)

 

Hope this helps.

 

Kind regards,

James Ellis

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ledeckyv
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Hello,

Thank you a lot, I can use it for report of freeware doftware 🙂
Vlad

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Hi James,
than you for you reply, let me ask you for additional question.
For creating a report (which would display number of freeware instalations) I also need a table with list of installations on assets and join it with this table where license type is.
Unfortunately, I wasn't able to find an apropriate table which contains at least one common column (that I can use as a primary key for join) 😞
Do you have any hint which table I can use?
Thank you
Vlad
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