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Old 17th February 2011, 16:01
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and one more question,
i'm planing to migrate app sites to new instalation of isp config on new server(s). License can be transfered from old interface to new ispconfig interface? Or I have to wait to complete with migration?
The license allows you to run the billing module on one active server plus one development system that you run e.g. to test ispconfig software updates and which is not actively used to bill your customer.

If you run two system parallel for a few weeks e.g. to migrate customers, then its ok to run the billing system on both active servers. It just has to be a reasonable timespan for a transition like a few weeks and not a few years

So transferring the license to a new server is no problem.

The billing module will not be encoded with zend or a similar technology to allow you to modify and adjust the code for your needs.

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Which way is used to install this module? Manually by uploading some files or using the Apps-Repository in 'System'?
We plan to use the apps repository. But there might be also a shell install script for it.

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Will bugfixes and updates of the module be included in the licence?
The license will include one year of free updates and bugfixes.
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