Licensing and Downloads
Dual licensing policy and product downloads.
OpenRules 6.2.4 is available
A new release 6.2.4 enhances OpenRules BDMS with new features initiated by real-world use of previous releases: http authentication, additional date formats, advanced XML handling and execution reporting.
May 7, 2013: Creating and Managing Executable Decision Models
OpenRules on Cloud
Read the tutorial "Cloud Application Development" with examples of OpenRules web applications available on the cloud.
OpenRules licensing policy is dual that makes OpenRules software available to both open source and commercial customers.
GPL Licenses for Open Source Projects. OpenRules is available to everyone under the terms of the most popular Open Source license known as "GNU General Public License" (GPLv2). GPL requires any "derivative works" to be also covered by GPL. In particular, it means that source code of these works be made publicly available. If you are developing and/or using open source applications under the terms of GPL or a compatible Open Source License, then you are free to use OpenRules without any license fee. Read more here.
Non-GPL Licenses for Commercial Projects. If you are developing, using, distributing, or providing services with non open source applications and these applications are based on or use OpenRules software, you must obtain OpenRules non-GPL licenses. Typical examples when you need OpenRules commercial licenses include but not limited to:
Incorporating OpenRules into applications that are not licensed under the GPL or a GPL-compatible license
Selling software that includes OpenRules to customers who install the software on their own machines
Selling software that requires customers to install OpenRules themselves on their own machines
Selling services using SaaS models based on software that includes OpenRules
Distributing a free demo or trail version of your applications that requires OpenRules.