How is Enterprise Enabler’s licensing policy implemented?
The licensing policy of EE is given on a ‘per CPU basis, and the hard drive’s ID on a particular Server. If one changes this hard drive on the server, then the registration of the server for that particular CPU needs to be done once again.

Why do EE database destination templates need blocks with key columns?
Databases require a key in order to update or insert, destination templates in EE need a key column so that they can send a key to the database each time an update or insert is done through EE. While performing the above two operations, the database AppCommTM will use the key column values to frame the “where” clause and issue the DML commands.

Where can I find Stone Bond Technologies’ Maintenance Agreement?
Our Maintenance Agreement can be downloaded here.