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MySQL - Licenses

Hi,

I am changing my database and I need to know if I have a license to use MySQL - RDS.

I can not identify if I have plan 1 and plan 2.

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Re: MySQL - Licenses

Hi @Anonymous

 

This is quite confusing, isn’t it? I suspect you don’t have Plan 1, on the basis that the word ‘Plan 1’ doesn’t show on any of the license headings. At present, your ‘Plan 2’ trial would enable you to access MySQL (a premium connector) for the duration of the trial.

 

I imagine that your ‘Office 365 Enterprise E1’ subscription provides you with the primary means to access PowerApps.

 

What isn’t clear to me is where your ‘PowerApps and Logic Flows’ license comes from. Hopefully, someone at Microsoft can answer this, and also confirm your exact license entitlement.

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Community Support
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Re: MySQL - Licenses

Hi @Anonymous,

 

 

 

About Office365 license question, you could post in Office365 forum:

https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Office-365/bd-p/Office365General

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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