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OCI (Oracle Call Interface) is not ODBC. ODBC drivers may use OCI, but not the other way round. I've never heard of Oracle charging for ODBC drivers/access. In fact, there's no mention of an ODBC component in the global price list (link here). I would clarify with your vendor - maybe they're trying to extract some cash out of you by supplying/supporting ...


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No. SSD-BI edition is now a free download. That license allows you to develop SSIS packages that target a 2012 SQL Server Integration Services machine. That license does not grant you the right to use it for production-like usage. Furthermore, when you try to run a package from the command line, you're going to be met with an exception stating that ~ this ...


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I remember reading that back in SQL Server 2000 DTS executable and binaries were redistributable. Which at that time you just had to have a CAL license for SQL Server. Microsoft more or less removed that clarity with regards to SSIS when it was first released. However, as noted in the link some portions of BOL note that SSIS is not redistributable like SQL ...



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