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Your Oracle sales representative can answer this better than we can, but this PDF may be relevant to you:
Thank you for the help! This document clears the 1st question that probably SOA Gateway license is required for SOAP.
But, any one has idea related to 2nd questions. Is it ok to build another open source (In this tomcat apache) system and copy some of the Oracle library (Basically, I am trying to understand that will it be breach of copy rights?)
Not sure about the license implications of using those libraries with custom code, but if I understand correctly the SOA license is required if you use the Integrated SOA Gateway (ISG)/XML Gateway, which is a product used to easily expose areas of EBS.
If you're creating your own web service (which it sounds like you're suggesting) do you really need those libraries? It might be worth looking into EBS SDK (fndext.jar) and any relevant tables and public PL/SQL APIs instead.
Thanks for the reply!
We need czall.jar for having access to CIO interface doe creating Oracle configurator objects. I am not aware about EBS SDK, can it be used without license or with standard eBS license?