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Need Data Protector 9.09 Free and OpenSource dependancies

I need to find the location in either the file system or the documentation that identifies the Free and Open Source components of the Data Protector product, as well as what copyright agreement (i.e. GPL, Apache, etc) are in use for the overall Data Protector software environment. 

I have spent most of the afternoon attempting to find this by scanning through a Data Protector cell manager's directories, as well as by looking through the documentation.

Any help on identifying the specific components would be helpful.

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Micro Focus Expert
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Re: Need Data Protector 9.09 Free and OpenSource dependancies

Hello @fisherla

You can go to Program Files\Omniback\Docs\ or /opt/omni/doc/C on your CM. 

There you can find a file named OpenSourceThirdPartyLicenses_DP.pdf

I think that is what you need. 

In case those files are not there, is possible that you do not have the component of the documentation. So you just need to install it and the files will appear. 

Regards,

Andres Fallas Salazar
Customer Support Engineer

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Re: Need Data Protector 9.09 Free and OpenSource dependancies

Hi @fisherla,

The Data Protector Windows Media Kit contains a OpenSources directory. You find all used open source components inside.

Regards,
Sebastian Koehler

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Re: Need Data Protector 9.09 Free and OpenSource dependancies

Hi @fisherla,

Have you found what you have been looking for? I would guess you're asking because of Oracle Java? If this is a concern Data Protector A.10.30 is now using OpenJDK.

Regards,
Sebastian Koehler

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