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  1. #1
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    Default Difference between PDI Enterprise and Community Editions???

    We are considering buying the Enterprise Edition license for PDI, but need to know, what are the differences between Pentaho Data Integration (ETL) Community Edition and Enterprise Edition. Are they the same code line?

    If an issue is found how do we get it fixed? What is the process? Can we still use the open source code to debug and possibly fix the issue if the turnaround is too long?

    In 3.1 we have found/fixed 4 issues, according to the jira bug database only 2 have been fixed in 4.1.

    Thanks for the information!

    Sandy Garcia

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    Hello Sandy,

    I hope to help you here:

    - They are nearly the same code.
    - EE has scheduling.
    - EE has a better monitoring.
    - EE has a repository which can be used by several users.
    - You have a support

    - Yes you can fix a bug, but it is not 100% sure that your solution is being cosidered.
    You can check it in JIRA, but Pentaho Enterprise will decide whether it will be taken or not.

    Pentaho Enterprise checks the latest community version and tries to integrate it in EE.
    If something will not work or is not really "ready for production" these features are not transfered to EE.
    For EE it is always a challenge to stay in sync with CE.

    We already use EE and it´s really better from my point of view.


    If you need further info, let me know.

    Greetz,
    Matthias

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