Do you think a sales order send via EDI to SAP has to be seen as a SAP indirect access?

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I understood from SAP that, from now, when you receive Sales orders via EDI, then it may requires additional licenses due to indirect accesses. And the cost on the catalog published in May is something like 30€ per order...(yes yes... 30€ per order ). This seems a really unaffordable price to any company.. Indirect accesses can be understood. I do understand why SAP want to prevent companies to setup front-end applications built for the express purpose of license fee avoidance. But this is absolutely not the case for EDI flows! I thus don't really understand how this pricing strategy can be a good one in a more and more connected world. Am I getting it wrong the information from SAP?
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  • align79
    Yes, I've heard the same garbage from SAP; although they cannot provide me anything in writing that explains the new sales order processing licenses. As of Friday SAP themselves had not released a definition. Charging 30EUR per order does not make SAP a cost effective product.
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