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Corticon Server: Deploying Web Services with .NET : Consuming a Decision Service on .NET server : Limits of the .NET server default evaluation license

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Limits of the .NET server default evaluation license

The license included in the default Corticon Server for .NET installation has preset limits on some Corticon Server and Decision Service parameters. These limits are:
*Number of Decision Services – Up to five Decision Services may be deployed at any given time. This means the sum total of all Decision Services loaded via .cdd files, Web Console, or APIs cannot exceed five.
*Pool Size – No Decision Service may have a maximum pool size setting of greater than five. Pool size is measured on a Decision Service-by-Decision Service basis, so you may have up to 5 Decision Services deployed (compliant with the Decision Service limitation above), each with up to five Reactors in its pool, without violating the default license restrictions.
*Number of Rules – All rules in all deployed Ruleflows (in other words, all deployed Decision Services) must not exceed 200. A rule generally consists of a single Condition/Action Column or a single Action row in Column 0. Filter expressions do not count because they only modify other rules.
The Corticon Server log can capture errors and exceptions caused by expired or under-strength licenses. These log messages are detailed in the Using Corticon Server logs .
If you are a Progress Corticon customer, you should have access to an unlimited license that will lift these restrictions. If you are an evaluator, and discover that these limitations are preventing or inhibiting your evaluation, contact Progress Corticon support or your Progress representative for a license with expanded capabilities.