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Hah! Seems they have done some homework...I got an email this morning with a sql script attached showing all the queries used against their database...must have started a trace. The email informed me that the queries passed QA. A half-hour later, I get another email stating that our request for access their system has been approved pending the acceptance and signature of a formal document. The document simply states that we acknowledge and respect their database and all objects contained therein or created thereby as intellectual property of the vendor. We also agree to identify them as the source of any data retrieved from their system, (already in place) and to destory any backups or databases we may have obtained from the client. (sure thing) As a sidenote, the email stated that 'clients have a favorable opinion of your company and consider the connector to our system as 'integral' to their business objectives'. I have a new contact with their dev team and a promise of cooperation should I need it. We are reviewing the document now. I may have to delete this thread as it is now showing up in google searches on the subject!
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