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- From: Mark.Papiani@wdr.com
- TO: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 12:54:06 +0100
As far as I am aware, all the parsers from Oracle, IBM, SUN are
provided "as is" with no support. They are all part of developer
programmes, alphaworks, early adopter programmes etc.
IBM and SUN parsers are freely distributable in binary form as part of
other products, subject to certain caveats. The standard license with
Oracle's parsers prohibits commercial or production use - single
developer use only.
I tried to get some Y2K compliance statements from the vendors at one
stage - IBM responded as follows:
"The only official Y2K-certified version of the XML parser available
IBM Websphere at this time is for XML4J".
So you *might* get support for IBM's Java parser if it is purchased as
part of Websphere (I don't think this applies to the XML4C C++ parser
Development Environment Engineer
Warburg Dillon Read
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Tel: +44 0171 568 81434
Sent: 27 October 1999 12:01
Subject: FW: vendor support for various parsers
Is it possible to purchase a support agreement on various XML parsers
available in the market ?
We plan to use IBM's XML4C parser on HP UX. Does IBM give customer
support for it ?
What about Oracle and SUN. Also what will be the cost.
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