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Oracle® Database Licensing Information
11g Release 1 (11.1)

B28287-32
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Preface

This document, which is part of the Program Documentation under the terms of your Oracle licensing agreement, is intended to help you understand the features, functionality, and options available for Oracle Programs. If you have a question about your licensing needs, please contact your Oracle sales representative or refer to the resources listed in "Related Documents" for more information.

Oracle Database 11g is available in multiple editions, each suitable for different development and deployment scenarios.

Oracle also offers several database options and packs that enhance the capabilities of Oracle Database for specific application requirements. Oracle Database Licensing Information provides information on these optional database products.

This Preface contains these topics:

Audience

This book is intended for all purchasers of Oracle Database 11g.

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Related Documents

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