Browser Toolkit Licence Requirement

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This page was last reviewed for content and accuracy on July 7th 2010.
You have arrived at this page because, to the best of Triaster's knowledge, you are about to create a new process library but you do not have a licence to do so. Before continuing, you are therefore obliged to purchase Client Access Licences (CALs) for the new library.
The Browser Toolkit is licensed on a Client Access basis unless you have a Trusted Partner Agreement in which case it is licensed on a per-server model.
On the CAL model, each person who has access to a process library is required to have a licence to use the Browser Toolkit in that library. Furthermore, a CAL licence is required for each library the person has access to.
In order to simplify licence administration, and in most cases to reduce licence costs, Triaster introduced the Trusted Partner Agreements in 2009. These provide exactly the same software capabilities, but the licence has been redrawn to serve many process libraries. The licence is for the server, and there is no restriction on how many users there are or how many libraries there are.
If you require further information or help regarding this, please contact Triaster's Customer Management Team by e-mail at or by telephone at +44 870 402 1234 and we will be happy to help.