Table of contents:
- What are the key differences between Natural and NaturalONE?
- I never received the email with download instructions. What could be the problem?
- What is the download size?
- How long is the free trial license valid for?
- What other resources can I use during my trial?
- How do I get answers to my questions about Natural for Windows?
- What OS can I install Natural Community Edition on?
What are the key differences between Natural and NaturalONE?Natural is a standalone programming language that runs on major platforms (Mainframe, Linux, UNIX and Windows) and includes proprietary editors for creation of programs, subprograms, data areas, character-based maps and other programmatic objects. NaturalONE is a high-productivity integrated development environment (IDE) based on open-source Eclipse that lets developers code and test applications (using the Natural language), expose Natural objects as Web services, and create rich Web interfaces. In this way NaturalONE lets the developer produce systems that not only support enterprise SOA and BPM, but also appeal to business users outside the IT group.
I never received the email with download instructions. What could be the problem?Please wait for couple of hours and check your ‘junk’ folder. Make sure your spam filters allow email from Software AG email firstname.lastname@example.org If it has been 24 hours and you have still not received your email, please email Tech Community and we can check what happened.
What is the download size?The size is approx. 730MB. Depending on your network speed it may take a while to download.
How long is the free trial license valid for?The license for free trial version is valid until May 31 2020.
What other resources can I use during my trial?
You can visit different Natural Forums on the site and may find that some of your questions have already been answered. There are Wiki articles to explain key concepts which you may find useful: Natural Web Technology Adabas and Natural Education Package.