Dax Studio License Agreement

September 16, 2021 5:18 pm

Try SQLBI: www.sqlbi.com/tools/dax-studio/ (A) Copyright – Subject to the terms of this license, including the license terms and restrictions in Section 3, each contributor grants you a non-exclusive, worldwide, free copyright license to reproduce their contribution, prepare derivative works of their contribution, and distribute their contribution or any derivative works you have created. This license regulates the use of the associated software. If you use the software, you agree to this license. If you do not accept the license, do not use the software. (A) Reciprocal Grants – For each file you have distributed containing software code (in source code or binary format), you must provide recipients with the source code of that file, along with a copy of that license, which license governs that file. You may license other files that are entirely your own work and that do not contain software code under the conditions you have chosen. (B) No Trademark License – This license does not grant you any right to use the contributors` name, logo or trademarks. github.com/DaxStudio/DaxStudio/blob/master/license.rtf Visit daxstudio.org to read the full documentation and download the latest version of DAX Studio. The project is open source on GitHub. Darren Gosbell is the original author and project manager, which has many contributors. SQLBI provides the EV code certificate and appears as the publisher of the tool that can be safely downloaded and installed without SmartScreen warnings.

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