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License Definitions and RulesDefinitions and License Metrics M Annual Transaction Volume: is defined as one million U.S. Dollars in all purchase orders transacted and all auctionsconducted through the Oracle Exchange Marketplace by You and others during the applicable year of the Oracle ExchangeMarketplace license, regardless of whether any such auction results in a purchase order, provided that an auction resulting in apurchase order shall only be counted against the Annual Transaction Volume once.Application Module: is defined as a Program used by You on a single or multiple computers.Applications National Language Support (NLS) Supplement Media Packs: Please be advised that only a subset of theproducts included on an Applications NLS Supplement Media Pack have been translated. For existing supported customers, MyOracle Support has information on which products have been translated for the supported languages (https://support.oracle.com).For new or unsupported customers, please contact Your Oracle Account Manager for this information. M in Application Annual Revenue: is defined as one million U.S. Dollars excluding taxes processed through the licensedProgram. For Oracle Self-Service E-Billing products, the Annual Revenue is equivalent to the total invoiced amount for allcompany accounts that have at least one enrolled user per billing period.Application Developed: is defined as a software Program developed by You that operates on smart-phones and/or other end userdevices and that (i) provides end users with access to content or (ii) provides end users with end user transaction enablement or(iii) otherwise enables use by end users of functions available through the Oracle run-time Program.Application User: is defined as an individual authorized by You to use the applicable licensed application Programs which areinstalled on a single server or on multiple servers regardless of whether the individual is actively using the Programs at any giventime. If You license the Oracle Self Service Work Request option in conjunction with Oracle Enterprise Asset Management, Youare required to maintain licenses for the equivalent number of Application Users licensed and You are granted unlimited access toinitiate work requests, view work request status and view scheduled completion dates for Your entire employee population.Application Users licensed for Oracle Order Management are allowed to manually enter orders directly into the Programs but anyorders entered electronically from other sources must be licensed separately. For Oracle Sourcing, Oracle Fusion Sourcing, OracleiSupplier Portal, Oracle Fusion Supplier Portal, Oracle Services Procurement, PeopleSoft eSupplier Connection, PeopleSoftStrategic Sourcing and JD Edwards Supplier Self Service Programs, use by Your external suppliers is included with Yourapplication user licenses. For the purposes of the Oracle Financial Services Operational Risk Solution Program, employees whoare just contributing information to the Program via the applicable user interface shall not be counted as application users.Application Read-Only User: is defined as an individual authorized by You to run only queries or reports against the applicationProgram for which You have also acquired non read-only licenses, regardless of whether the individual is actively using thePrograms at any given time.Brand: is defined as a named product offering that corresponds to a specific molecular entity, including multiple dosage formsand multiple strengths for the same molecular entity.Case Report Form (CRF) Page: is defined as the "electronic equivalent" of what would be the total number of physical paperpages initiated remotely by the Program (measured explicitly in the Program as Received Data Collection Instruments) during a 12month period. You may not exceed the licensed number of CRF Pages during any 12 month period unless You acquire additionalCRF Page licenses from Oracle.Chassis: is defined as a physical enclosure containing hardware. For the purposes of the following Programs: Oracle FabricManager and Oracle Fabric Monitor, only the chassis (a) that contain networking hardware and (b) that are managed by theProgram must be counted for the purpose of determining the number of licenses required.Client Application Loader Client: is defined as a device that receives its configuration from a client application server.License Definitions and Rules v111815 US ENGPage 1 of 27

Collaboration Program User: is defined as an individual authorized by You to use the Programs which are installed on a singleserver or on multiple servers regardless of whether the individual is actively using the Programs at any given time. For thepurposes of counting and licensing the number of Beehive Synchronous Collaboration users, a Collaboration Program User withinYour company is defined as a user able to initiate, or host, a web conference and also participate in a web conference; allparticipants in the web conference external to Your company and attending a web conference are not required to be licensed.Compensated Individual: is defined as an individual whose compensation or compensation calculations are generated by thePrograms. The term Compensated Individual includes, but is not limited to, Your employees, contractors, retirees, and any otherPerson.Computer: is defined as the computer on which the Programs are installed. A Computer license allows You to use the licensedProgram on a single specified computer. For the purposes of Computer licenses for the Oracle Health Science Integration EngineProgram, a communication point is an interface to an input system (e.g., a clinical laboratory system in a hospital or healthcaresetting) or to an output system (e.g., a healthcare data repository).5 Concurrent Users: is defined as five concurrent users where each Concurrent User is an individual who is authorized by You toaccess the Program concurrently with other individuals at any given time.Concurrent Connection: is defined as each connection to a Serduct/Datalink. A Serduct/Datalink is defined as an interface thatrenders the Infor software operable for use with Micros Applications.Concurrent User: is defined as each individual that may concurrently use or access the Programs. Concurrent Users shall beonly customers or prospective customers of Yours, and shall not be business partners, or employees of Yours.Connected Device: is defined as each unique device that transmits data to or receives data from Oracle application Programs orOracle cloud services. Devices include, but are not limited to, sensors, meters, RFID readers, and barcode scanners. Devices maybe connected directly to Oracle application Programs or Oracle cloud services, or may be connected indirectly to Oracleapplication Programs or Oracle cloud services through a gateway device or a third-party communications service. A device maybe uniquely identified as being the endpoint of communication of data to or from an Oracle application Program or an Oraclecloud service, or may be uniquely identified by its explicit registry with an Oracle application Program or an Oracle cloud service.Connected Instance: is defined as the configuration between Oracle Policy Automation Connector for Oracle CRM On Demandand the Oracle CRM On Demand instance’s web service endpoint. For each Oracle CRM On Demand instance so configured, anadditional Connected Instance is required.Connector: is defined as each connector connecting the software product with a third party product. A unique connector isrequired for each distinct third party product that the software product is required to interface. M Cost of Goods Sold: is defined as one million U.S. Dollars in the total cost of inventory that a company has sold during theirfiscal year. If Cost of Goods Sold is unknown to You then Cost of Goods Sold shall be equal to 75% of total company revenue.CPU: is defined as a chip that contains a collection of one or more cores on which the Program is running. Regardless of thenumber of cores, each chip counts as 1 CPU.Custom Suite User: is defined as an individual authorized by You to use the application Programs included in the applicableCustom Applications Suite which are installed on a single server or on multiple servers regardless of whether the individual isactively using the Programs at any given time.Customer: is defined as the customer entity specified on Your order. The Programs may not be used or accessed for the businessoperations of any third party, including but not limited to Your customers, partners, or Your affiliates. There is no limitation onthe number of computers on which such Programs may be copied, installed and used.Customer Account: is defined as each unique Customer Account, designated by a unique account number, for which the billinginformation is managed or displayed using the Program, regardless of the number of individual account holders associated withsuch accounts.License Definitions and Rules v111815 US ENGPage 2 of 27

Oracle Customer Data & Device Retention Service: is defined as a service for which the description may be found in theTechnical Support Policies section (Oracle Hardware and Systems Support Policies) at www.oracle.com/contracts and which isincorporated by reference.Customer Record: is defined as each unique Customer Record (including contact records, prospect records and records inexternal data sources) that You may access using the Program.10,000 Daily Average Transactions: is defined as ten thousand unique transactions (including but not limited to salestransactions, return transactions, exchange transactions, loyalty transactions, deal transactions, gift card transactions, inventorytransactions, petty cash transactions, and administrative transactions) that are processed by the Program in a single 24 hour period.The daily transaction volume is calculated as the daily average over the prior 12 month period.Developer User / Developer/ Developer Seat: is defined as an individual authorized by You to use the Programs which areinstalled on a single server or multiple servers, regardless of whether the individual is actively using the Programs at any giventime. With respect to Developer Users only, such users may create, modify, view and interact with the Programs anddocumentation.Disk Drive: is defined as a spinning media device that stores data accessed by the Program.Electronic Order Line: is defined as the total number of distinct order lines entered electronically into the Oracle Program fromany source (not manually entered by licensed users) during a 12 month period. This includes order lines originating as externalEDI/XML transactions and/or sourced from other Oracle and non-Oracle applications. You may not exceed the licensed numberof order lines during any 12 month period.Employee: is defined as (i) all of Your full-time, part-time, temporary employees, and (ii) all of Your agents, contractors andconsultants who have access to, use, or are tracked by the Programs. The quantity of the licenses required is determined by thenumber of Employees and not the actual number of users. In addition, if You elect to outsource any business function(s) toanother company, the following must be counted for purposes of determining the number of Employees: all of the company's fulltime employees, part-time employees, temporary employees, agents, contractors and consultants that (i) are providing theoutsourcing services and (ii) have access to, use, or are tracked by the Programs.Employee for HCM: is defined as (i) all of Your full-time, part-time, temporary employees, and (ii) all of Your agents,contractors and consultants who have access to, use, or are tracked by the Programs. The quantity of the licenses required isdetermined by the number of Employees for HCM and not the actual number of users. In addition, if You elect to outsource anybusiness function(s) to another company, the following must be counted for purposes of determining the number of Employees forHCM: all of the company's full-time employees, part-time employees, temporary employees, agents, contractors and consultantsthat (i) are providing the outsourcing services and (ii) have access to, use, or are tracked by the Programs. Employees for HCMmay only use the licensed Programs with Oracle application Programs that contain “Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management”as a prefix in the Program name.Employee User: is defined as an individual authorized by You to use the Programs which are installed on a single server ormultiple servers, regardless of whether or not the individual is actively using the Programs at any given time.Enterprise Employee: is defined as (i) all of Your full-time, part-time, temporary employees, and (ii) all of Your agents,contractors and consultants who have access to, use, or are tracked by the Programs. The quantity of the licenses required isdetermined by the number of Enterprise Employees and not the actual number of users. In addition, if You elect to outsource anybusiness function(s) to another company, the following must be counted for purposes of determining the number of EnterpriseEmployees: all of the company's full-time employees, part-time employees, temporary employees, agents, contractors andconsultants that (i) are providing the outsourcing services and (ii) have access to, use, or are tracked by the Programs. The value ofthese Program licenses is determined by the number of Enterprise Employees. For these Program licenses, the licensed quantitypurchased must, at a minimum be equal to the number of Enterprise Employees as of the effective date of Your order. If at anytime the number of Enterprise Employees exceeds the licensed quantity, You are required to order additional licenses (andtechnical support for such additional licenses) such that the number of Enterprise Employees is equal to or less than the number oflicensed quantity. You are not entitled to any refund, credit or other consideration of any kind if there is a reduction in the numberof Enterprise Employees. In addition, each year 90 days before the anniversary date of Your order, You are required to report toOracle the number of Enterprise Employees as of such date.License Definitions and Rules v111815 US ENGPage 3 of 27

Enterprise Full Time Equivalent (FTE) Student: is defined as any full-time student enrolled in Your institution and any parttime student enrolled in Your institution counts as 25% of an FTE Student. The definition of "full-time" and "part-time" is basedon Your policies for student classification. If the number of FTE Students is a fraction, that number will be rounded to the nearestwhole number for purposes of license quantity requirements. The value of these Program licenses is determined by the number ofEnterprise FTE Students. For these Program licenses, the licensed quantity purchased must, at a minimum, be equal to the numberof Enterprise FTE Students as of the effective date of Your order. If at any time the number of Enterprise FTE Students exceedsthe licensed quantity, You are required to order additional licenses (and technical support for such additional licenses) such that thenumber of Enterprise FTE Students is equal to or less than the licensed quantity. You are not entitled to any refund, credit or otherconsideration of any kind if there is a reduction in the number of Enterprise FTE Students. In addition, each year 90 days beforethe anniversary date of Your order, You are required to report to Oracle the number of Enterprise FTE Students as of such date.Enterprise Trainee: is defined as an employee, contractor, student or other person who is being recorded by the Program. Thevalue of these Program licenses is determined by the number of Enterprise Trainees. For these Program licenses, the licensedquantity purchased must, at a minimum, be equal to the number of Enterprise Trainees as of the effective date of Your order. If atany time the number of Enterprise Trainees exceeds the licensed quantity, You are required to order additional licenses (andtechnical support for such additional licenses) such that the number of Enterprise Trainees is equal to or less than the licensedquantity. You are not entitled to any refund, credit or other consideration of any kind if there is a reduction in the number ofEnterprise Trainees. In addition, each year 90 days before the anniversary date of Your order, You are required to report to Oraclethe number of Enterprise Trainees as of such date.Enterprise M in Cost of Goods Sold: Enterprise M Cost of Goods Sold is defined as one million U.S. Dollars in the total costof inventory that a company has sold during their fiscal year. If Cost of Goods Sold is unknown to You then Cost of Goods Soldshall be equal to 75% of total company revenue. The value of these Program licenses is determined by the amount of Enterprise M Cost of Goods Sold. For these Program licenses, the licensed quantity purchased must, at a minimum be equal to the amountof Enterprise M Cost of Goods Sold as of the effective date of Your order. If at any time the amount of Enterprise M Cost ofGoods Sold exceeds the licensed quantity, You are required to order additional licenses (and technical support for such additionallicenses) such that the amount of Enterprise M Cost of Goods Sold is equal to or less than the number of licensed quantity. Youare not entitled to any refund, credit or other consideration of any kind if there is a reduction in the amount of Enterprise M Costof Goods Sold. In addition, each year 90 days before the anniversary date of Your order, You are required to report to Oracle thenumber of Enterprise M Cost of Goods Sold as of such date.Enterprise M in Freight Under Management: M Freight Under Management is defined as one million U.S. Dollars of thetotal transportation value of tendered orders for all shipments for a given calendar year during the term of the license. FUM shallinclude the combined total of actual freight purchased by You, plus the cost of freight for shipments managed by You (e.g., Youare not purchasing transportation services on behalf of Your clients but are providing transportation management services for Yourclients). Freight that is paid by a third party shall also be included in the FUM total (e.g., inbound shipments from suppliers toYou with freight terms of prepaid). The value of these Program licenses is determined by the amount of Enterprise M FreightUnder Management. For these Program licenses, the licensed quantity purchased must, at a minimum be equal to the amount ofEnterprise M Freight Under Management as of the effective date of Your order. If at any time the amount of Enterprise MFreight Under Management exceeds the licensed quantity, You are required to order additional licenses (and technical support forsuch additional licenses) such that the amount of Enterprise M Freight Under Management is equal to or less than the number oflicensed quantity. You are not entitled to any refund, credit or other consideration of any kind if there is a reduction in the amountof Enterprise M Freight Under Management. In addition, each year 90 days before the anniversary date of Your order, You arerequired to report to Oracle the number of Enterprise M Freight Under Management as of such date.Enterprise M in Operating Budget: is defined as one million U.S. Dollars of Your gross budget reflected in an auditedstatement from Your external accounting firm. The value of these Program licenses is determined by the amount of Enterprise Min Operating Budget. For these Program licenses, the licensed quantity purchased must, at a minimum be equal to the amount ofEnterprise M in Operating Budget as of the effective date of Your order. If at any time the amount of Enterprise M in OperatingBudget exceeds the licensed quantity, You are required to order additional licenses (and technical support for such additionallicenses) such