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No one buys anything from Oracle ... except licenses.
Whether you purchased your license by CPU core or Named User ... it is a license for any version on any operating system and either 32 or 64 bit.
Assuming a standard license, no special negotiations or terms, and that it is a perpetual license; of course.
But best practice is to contact your local sales rep and get it in writing.
Hello, me again... (sorry for insist)
4 years ago, we purchased and use an Oracle 11g Standard Edition One Release 1 ( 126.96.36.199.0) @ 32 bits, and runs very good on a winsvr 2008 @32 bits.
I was told i can run Oracle without problems on a WinSvr 2008 @ 64bits
So we'd like to move it to a new server (WinSvr2012 @64bits)
So my question is
* Can we download and use it legally a 64 bit version, or we need to purchase another licence?
* If so, where can i download it?
Thanks in advance