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WSAD instillation

 
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Hi,

I have WSAD4.0.3 installed on my pc. I was thinking of upgrading to version 5.1.2.

But the only free version I can find, is the trial version on IBM's website that expires after 90 days.

What is my best option to get a full version of version 5.1.2?

If I install the trial version over my existing version 4.0.3 (full version) will it mean that I only have a trial version, or will it be 5.1.2 (full version)?

If this won't work, what other options do I have?

Thanks
 
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Blikkies,
WSAD 4 and 5 are separate commercial products with separate licenses.

If you install the trial of 5, you will have a 90 day version of 5 along with your full version of 4. To get a full copy of 5, you need to buy the license from IBM.
 
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