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QPR 8 is sold with four different license types. See the table below for information about how the software components correspond with the current pricelist:

 

License in Pricelist

Software Component

Designer

Development client

Communicator

Portal (with full rights)

Viewer

Portal (with view rights)

Server

Server

 

Designer licenses grant named individual users right to use either QPR ProcessGuide or QPR ScoreCard depending on the license. The amount of purchased developer licenses must correspond to the amount of users who have been granted access to QPR ProcessGuide or QPR ScoreCard Development Clients.

 

Viewer licenses grant individual users rights to browse information in QPR Portal. However, users with viewer licenses cannot neither input data to QPR Portal nor create bookmarks or some other personalized information. The amount of purchased viewer licenses must correspond to the amount of users who have been granted access to QPR Portal with View rights.

 

Communicator licenses grant individual users rights to utilize the full potential of QPR Portal by entering data into measures, creating actions, creating bookmarks as well as creating booklets. The amount of purchased full licenses must correspond to the amount of users who have been granted access to QPR Portal with Update rights or greater. Note that in the case the amount of users needing Portal viewer licenses exceeds the amount of purchased Portal viewer licenses, also Portal full licenses can be used for these users providing that there are spare Portal full licenses. However, the aforementioned substitution is not possible the other way around, i.e. spare Portal viewer licenses cannot cover missing Portal full licenses.

 

Each server license gives the right to install one copy of each included server component. The components may be located on different computers as well.

 

See the tables below for information about how these licenses correspond with QPR User Management Server settings and what kind of usage the different licenses allow:

 

UMS access rights that can be granted with different license types:

 


SC Designer

PG Designer

Viewer

Communicator

UMS View

x

x

x

x

UMS Admin

x

x

x

x

UMS Update

x

x

x

x

PG Web Basic

x*

x*

x

x

PG Web Admin

x*

x*

x

x

PG Dev Basic

 

x

 

 

PG Dev Admin

 

x

 

 

SC Web Basic

x*

x*

x

x

SC Web Admin

x*

x*

x

x

SC Dev Basic

x

 

 

 

SC Dev Admin

x

 

 

 

Portal View

 

 

x

x

Portal Update

 

 

 

x

Portal Admin

 

 

 

x

* = Indicated rights alone are not sufficient for using QPR Portal, at least Portal View rights are required to complement the Web Client rights

 

UMS View = View rights for QPR User Management

UMS Admin = Administrate rights for QPR User Management

UMS Update = Update rights for QPR User Management

PG Web Basic = Basic rights for QPR ProcessGuide Web Client

PG Web Admin = Administrative rights for QPR ProcessGuide Web Client

PG Dev Basic = Basic rights for QPR ProcessGuide Development Client

PG Dev Admin = Administrative rights for QPR ProcessGuide Development Client

SC Web Basic = Basic rights for QPR ScoreCard Web Client

SC Web Admin = Administrative rights for QPR ScoreCard Web Client

SC Dev Basic = Basic rights for QPR ScoreCard Development Client

SC Dev Admin = Administrative rights for QPR ScoreCard Development Client

Portal View = View rights for QPR Portal

Portal Update = Update rights for QPR Portal

Portal Admin = Administrative rights for QPR Portal

 

Operations permitted with different license types:

 


SC Designer

PG Designer

Viewer

Communicator

Server

View ScoreCard models in QPR Portal

 

 

x

x

 

View ProcessGuide models in QPR Portal

 

 

 

x

x

 

Create Portal actions and enter data to QPR ScoreCard models via QPR Portal

 

 

 

 

x

 

Create Portal actions and enter data to QPR ProcessGuide models via QPR Portal

 

 

 

 

x

 

Develop and Administrate QPR ScoreCard models

x

 

 

 

 

Develop and Administrate QPR ProcessGuide models

 

x

 

 

 

Install QPR Server components

 

 

 

 

x

 

 

Limitations and Issues to Note

Users with View rights to QPR Portal cannot input data to Processes/Scorecards tabs even though they would have Administrative rights to QPR ProcessGuide and/or QPR ScoreCard.
At least View rights (and thus a Viewer license) are required in order to use the QPR Portal, i.e. ProcessGuide/ScoreCard Web Client rights alone are not sufficient.
Granting a user access to QPR ProcessGuide or QPR ScoreCard Web Client does not affect the amount of reserved QPR ProcessGuide/QPR ScoreCard Developer Licenses.

 

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