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ABAP application and "End User License"

Hi all,

I'm happy to join to SDN!!!

I newbe in the forum, and therefore I don't know if I post in the right section.

I'm a Netweaver Architect and ABAP Developer.

In the past I worked as java developer, and with other programming languages.

I have a doubt: is it possible (or forbidden by SAP AG??) to develop an ABAP package (Z / Y Abap objects) and apply an "End User License" on it? (I mean that the copryrights are mine, and I give an "End User License" to my customers (that buy the license), in order to get and run my abap code). I would avoid to sell my Abap package, but, if possibile, I would only give it according a "Use License".

May I do this thing without any problems, or have I to consider other aspects, like ask to SAP to reserve a namespace, or obtain SAP Netweaver certification for my ABAP solution, or other things?

(Infact the "End User License" that I mean is different from "SAP End User License")

Please, let me know your opinion and how or who could solve my matter.

Many thanks to all.

Best Regards,

Albert

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 10:07 AM

    Hi albert,

    welcome to sdn.

    Your idea is really amazing. but it is not possible to create a new pacakages and your versions.if you want you can make a new enhancement to the present version. that too you have to be take many permissiones. any way post the same question in sapteched forum also. i think you can get still more information.

    thanks

    karthik

    reward me if usefull

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      Ok, thanks for your reply!

      What I mean is extend current SAP version with a Custom Package (Z development). But I would like to know if is it possible to consider it under a License.

      In any case, thank for your suggestion: I try to ask to TechED forum.

      Best Regards,

      Albert

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