Hi,

I think I know the answer to this question already but I'll ask it anyway; is there any way the code for an FS application can be obfuscated/protected?

It is not hugely important if you can't because usually most IP for an application (the kind that we create) is at the back-end, i.e. PL/SQL which can be wrapped anyway.

Thanks,

Craig.

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edited 12 May '13, 17:24


Hi Craig,

Protecting a Formspider application is the same thing with protecting its code. Therefore, your answer is correct; it's sufficient to wrap the PL/SQL to protect your application. We are also doing the same for the IDE application.

Best,
Ibrahim

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answered 13 May '13, 07:46

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