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You can use one of the following license types with Oxygen XML Editor:
  1. A Named-User License may be used by a single Named User on one or more computers. Named-user licenses are not transferable to a new Named User. If you order multiple named-user licenses, you will receive a single license key good for a specified number of named users. It is your responsibility to keep track of the named users that each license is assigned to.
  2. A Floating License may be used by any user on any machine. However, the total number of copies of Oxygen XML Editor in use at one time must not be more than the number of floating licenses available. A user who runs two different distributions of Oxygen XML Editor (for example, Standalone and Eclipse Plugin) at the same time on the same computer, consumes a single floating license.
  3. A Subscription license that allows you to use the application for a specific period of time (either 6 months or 1 year). This type of license is user-based and is covered by a Support and Maintenance Pack, which means that during the subscription period you will get free upgrades to all major and minor releases and priority technical support.
  4. A special Academic Group License (Classroom, Department, or Site license) may be used by students and teachers in academic institutions. These licenses provide a cost effective way of getting access to Oxygen XML Editor for learning purposes.

For definitions and legal details of the license types, consult the End User License Agreement available at https://www.oxygenxml.com/eula.html.