OCSelot is a lightweight Java middleware. It allows you to use plain old Java objects for services, it can create services as a "side effect" of proxy allocation, requires very little code and no extraneous ORB, no IDL, and no XML configuration, lets you easily switch between remote and local modes, has distributed garbage collection, provides for security, has a small footprint, and above all is most easy to learn and use.
» version 1.5.1 - posted on 2006-06-10
EULA - End User License Agreement
Through download, copying, installation, or use of the OCSelot Evaluation Version (henceforth called OEV) you declare your consent with this license agreement. If you do not agree with any regulation of this license agreement, you may neither download nor copy, install, or use OEV.
Per acceptance of this license agreement for OEV, a contract is placed between you as the licensee and Tillmann Wegst // Software Development (henceforth called TW) as the licenser.
DURATION OF THE LICENSE
You are allowed to use OEV during an evaluation period of four weeks free of charge.
If you want to use OEV upon expiration of the evaluation period, you need an OCSelot license. For information about licensing of the OCSelot full version, please refer to the OCSelot website at http://www.ocselot.net/license.htm .
OEV is protected by copyright. The use of OEV after the four weeks evaluation period is a violation of the copyright of TW.
You may create copies of the OEV installation archive for personal backup purposes.
You are not allowed to pass OEV on to other persons. This pertains to the original download archive and to any part contained therein.
It is expressly prohibited to lend or rent out OEV for a fee, donation, or another form of compensation, to offer OEV for download on a website, or to offer OEV or any of its parts bundled with another program, library, or system.
Your copy of OEV exists purely for your personal evaluation purposes.
You are not allowed to deploy the OCSelot runtime jar or any other file contained in the OEV archive, be it standalone or as part of a system, on a machine other than your own. This expressly includes installations for the purpose of demonstration.
You are not allowed to modify, decompile, disassemble, reverse engineer, analyse, deconstruct or translate OEV. Also you are not permitted to rename the OEV download archive or any of the parts contained therein.
DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY
OEV has been carefully designed and implemented; still, bugs cannot be completely ruled out.
TW strives to remove bugs and defects as soon as they become known; however, TW exludes all claims for rectification of defects or the liability for damages which might result directly or indirectly from the use of OEV.
TW forbids expressly the application of OEV in contexts where malfunctions of the program library might result in injuries of life, body, or health of persons or animals. All uses of the program library are at the user's own risk.
You commit yourself to keep TW free from all claims for damages from your side or the side of third parties, including all court and lawyer fees, which might arise to TW from your use of the program library.
TW will not be liable for any loss, including lost profit.
All rights concerning OEV which this agreement has not expressly assigned to the licensee, remain with TW.
This license agreement is exclusively subject to German law. The competent authority for disputes regarding this agreement is the Landgericht Saarbrcken.
Tillmann Wegst // Software Development