Arbor Software and Comshare have settled their legal dispute over royalties on an out-of-court basis. Comshare had claimed that under its licensing agreement with Arbor, it was entitled to more royalties for reselling Essbase than Arbor had paid it. But, the licensing deal between the two parties has now been changed, the lawsuit has been dismissed in the US District Court for the Northern District of California and the claims on both sides have been dropped. Version 2.1 of Comshare's Command Decision application will now support version 5.0 of Arbor's Essbase, when it ships in the first quarter of next year.
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