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Unfortunately the terms are bound to only using the service with Google Maps API The Elevation API has the following limits in place: 2,500 requests per 24 hour period. 512 locations per request. 25,000 total locations per 24 hour period but more importantly The Elevation API may only be used in conjunction with displaying results on a Google map; ...
Esri has no control over Oracle licensing policy, they just allow you to use the SDO_GEOMETRY datatype, as provided by Oracle. Some of the SDO accessor functions require more than just Locator. Your determination of what is sufficient should really be based on what SQL manipulation you require, since Esri doesn't use more than SDO_FILTER.
I reran the server-side authorization and it seemed to usurp the old license. But not sure this would work in all cases for all people.
This ArcGIS forum thread suggests that simply changing the date on the server to fool it into thinking that the time was up might work.
At 10.1 They added a tool box for Managing the Geodatabase. One of these tools is 'Create Enterprise Geodatabase'. Once you have your basic database up and running, you use this tool to get your license from your ArcGIS Server and then create all of the underlying SDE geodatabase tables. See: ...
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