JNBridgePro

Bridge anything Java to .NET, Bridge anything .NET to Java

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Deployment Licensing Options

JNBridgePro Licensing

JNBridgePro has two different license types, Developer and Deployment. Deployment licenses are further broken down based on where they will run: Desktop, Server, Virtual Machine, Cloud, or in your software product as an OEM.

Developer License

A Developer License allows you to install and use the development and deployment components of JNBridgePro to generate and test Java/.NET proxies on one machine.

Deployment License

A Deployment License allows you to distribute and install the runtime components of JNBridgePro to end users. Non-OEM licenses are limited by the number of installations you have purchased, please contact us for an OEM license if you plan to distribute with your software product.

Deployment licenses are issued for the .NET side only, and are based on both the location of the .NET side and on whether you are connecting to a single or multiple Java sides. Please see the decision tree at the right to determine which license type you need.

Purchasing a JNBridgePro deployment license requires the concurrent or previous purchase of a development license.

Trial License

A trial license is the full-featured product, available for evaluation purposes only, for a period of 30 days.

Standard License Agreement and Support

See software agreements for copies of the Product License Agreements (EULAs) and Software Maintenance Agreements.

What happened to SE and EE?

Prior to version 6.0, JNBridgePro was sold in two different editions: Standard Edition (SE) and Enterprise Edition (EE). Starting with version 6.0, the editions were dropped, and JNBridgePro now includes all the features of JNBridgePro EE.

If you are an existing customer looking for to purchase previous editions, or wish to upgrade, please contact us for details.

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