Developers require a valid license, either fixed or floating, as described below.
Users of binary files (XLLs) developed using XLL+ do not require a license.
XLL + License Definitions
- Fixed License
- A standard fixed license is a license that is tied to a single CPU, and allows the software to be used by one user at a time on that machine only.
- Floating License
- A floating license is a shared license that is tied to a single server on a LAN, and allows the software to be used by multiple concurrent users on workstations, up to the number of multiple licenses purchased. When a usage request exceeds the number of licenses available on that server, access to the additional requestor will be denied until such time as one of the licenses in use becomes available.
- Runtime License
- No licenses are required to run the binaries ('XLL's) that are built using the tool-kit.