Trace: FAQ


What kind of applications can we create with VisionX?

You can create web, (native) mobile, or desktop applications.

How much are the costs for two developer licenses?

That depends on the options/features you are using. Please contact our sales to get a detailed offer.

How much are the costs for 100 concurrent users?

We don't charge for the users, we charge per developer. If you own two developer licenses, it makes no differences if you have one, 20, 100 or 500 users.

Where do you store the applications? Do you offer cloud storage?

We have no cloud server included. You can choose any cloud service provider, e.g. Azure, Amazon, etc. The application itself is stored on your local hard drive and you can deploy to any Java application server, e.g. Tomcat, Wildfly, etc.

How do you handle support?

The support is by email or our ticketing system, depending on your SLA. The standard support is by email (Mo-Fr, 9:00AM-5:00PM CET, Vienna - Austria)

Which database & which platform are you using?

VisionX supports all major database vendors: Oracle, Postgres, MySql/MariaDB, MS Sql, DB2, Hana. We're using Java and support all Java application servers like: Tomcat, Wildfly, Glassfish, etc. You can deploy the created application with VisionX or manually, to the cloud, on premise, or as client/server desktop application.

Is VisionX on premise or a cloud service?

We offer both, but VisionX always runs on your local workstation.

What are the requirements for deployed applications?

A VM/Server with Java 8, a Java application server and one of the supported databases, e.g. CentOS VM, OpenJDK 8, Apache Tomcat, Postgres.

Can we integrate with Active Directory?

Yes, that's possible with Microsoft AD, but it is not included.

Do you provide training?

Yes, we do. We have a two-day VisionX basic training and a two-day VisionX advanced training. We can also do an individual training or consulting for you.

Do you offer one time licenses or annual subscription?

We offer both.

Which Vaadin UI version is included?

We use the latest Vaadin UI based on Vaadin 8.1.6. The system requirements for Vaadin 8.1.6 can be found here.

Trial license is valid but VisionX shows Trial period expired

The problem might be that you are behind a proxy and VisionX isn't able to establish an Internet connection.

If you're behind a proxy, simply configure your proxy in the license wizard at the end or, if you forgot to configure your proxy, uninstall and install VisionX trial again. If you have technical skills, it's also possible to change the config.xml in: <install_folder>/rad/server manually. There's already a dummy proxy configuration:

<!-- http proxy settings -->
  <proxy enabled="false">

Change it to your needs:

<!-- http proxy settings -->
  <proxy enabled="true">

It's important to change the enabled property to “true”. The host can be configured with hostname or IP address. The username and password are optional.

How long is the trial period?

The trial period is 14 days.

Is there a free version of VisionX?

No, we don't offer a free version of VisionX. It's possible to try for free, but after the trial period we'll charge for VisionX.

Is there an open-source version of VisionX?

No, VisionX is not open source. It's a commercial tool, based on open-source frameworks. All created applications only use open-source frameworks, but VisionX source code is not available.

Can we test the Oracle Forms migration add-on?

No, we don't offer a trial version of the Forms migration add-on. We'll show you the ass-on in a live demo if you are interested.

Can we test the Workflow Engine add-on?

No, we don't offer a trial version of the Workflow Engine add-on. We'll show you the add-on in a live demo if you are interested.

Are there trial limitations?

The trial version is a full-blown VisionX enterprise. All features are enabled during the trial period, except it is not possible/allowed to deploy applications created with the trial version or to use such applications in production environments. The applications can be opened with IDEs like Eclipse, but the deployment won't work.

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