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Intellicus acknowledges using of a set of third-party libraries to extend support to the functionalities that they provide.

These libraries are developed by respective companies / individuals and are available for use under various license types. Intellicus choose to use GNU LGPL licensed libraries.

Intellicus doesn’t intent to or claim copyright, ownership or intellectual property rights of any of the libraries mentioned hereby.

Software developed by the Apache Software Foundation (http://www.apache.org/) and covered under Apache Software Foundation Binary Code License Agreement:

  • xmlParserAPIs.jar
  • xercesImpl.jar
  • xml-apis.jar
  • serializer.jar
  • xalan.jar

Covered under Apache Software Foundation Software License Agreement Open source APL:

  • log4ij.jar

Software developed by The Mozilla Foundation (http://www.mozilla.org/) and covered under Mozilla Public License.

  • iText-2.0.7.jar
  • js.jar

Software developed by Jexcelapi project of Sourceforge (http://jexcelapi.sourceforge.net/) and covered under JExcelApi GNU LGPL.

  • jxl.jar

Software developed by Flagstone Software Ltd (http://www.flagstonesoftware.com/) and covered under BSD license agreement.

  • transform.jar
  • translate.jar

Software developed by Sun Microsystem Inc. (http://www.sun.com/) and covered by Binary Code License Agreement.

  • activation.jar
  • jai_codec.jar
  • jai_core.jar

Software developed by Sybase Inc (www.sybase.com) and covered under Sybase Binary Code License Agreement.

  • jconn3.jar:

Software developed by Microsoft Corporation (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/data/aa937724.aspx) and available for redistribution under MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2005 JDBC DRIVER REDISTRIBUTION LICENSE:

  • Microsoft SQL Server 2005 JDBC Driver

Software developed by GNU Project (http://www.gnu.org) and covered under GNU Lesser General Public License.

  • jtds-1.2.jar
  • jtds-1.2.2.jar

Software developed by Christophe Dolivet (http://www.cdolivet.net/editarea/) and released under “LGPL”, “Apache” and “BSD” licenses.

  • EditArea, a javascript editor for source code.

Software developed by Atsuhiko Yamanaka, JCraft, Inc (http://www.jcraft.com/jsch/) and released under “BSD” license.

  • JSch, for secured FTP functionality.