CData Community rules and guidelines

  • 12 January 2023
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Let’s make the CData Community a great experience for everyone. We’ve established these simple guidelines to ensure all members are on the same page.

  1. Be yourself.
    Speak for yourself and not for others. Don’t post something that doesn’t belong to you or that might infringe on someone’s intellectual property.
  2. Be respectful of fellow members.
    Odds are your fellow community members are here for the same reasons you are. Please be polite and respectful of one another. No harassment of any kind will be tolerated.
  3. Search before asking.
    Your question might have already been answered! Make sure you search before posting to avoid duplications. Mark answers as “Accepted Solution” and “Like” helpful comments.
  4. No spam, profanity, or rudeness. 
    This is self-explanatory. Simply put, be nice! 
  5. Remember where you are.
    Posts, discussions, messages, and ideas should pertain in some way to this community. No solicitation or promotions of your own services.
  6. Steer clear of pricing talk.
    We welcome healthy conversations around the market and where it’s headed, but out of respect for our Community, please refrain from discussing CData’s pricing or making comparisons with competitors.
  7. No fake IDs.
    Sign up for an account and start posting only as yourself, never as someone else – real or fake. Each user is only permitted one account. If the Community Team detects a secondary account, it will be banned.
  8. If there’s a problem, let us know.
    Not everything always goes as planned.  If there’s a problem, we’d like to know and help. Email us at:

Other Important Info

We reserve rights.

The CData Community team reserves the right to change/edit content or restrict access to individual users for any reason, with or without notice to that user. In signing up for an account, you indicate that you understand that in order to create a positive experience for every community member, CData will continuously moderate all content and discussions across the site.

Limitation of liability. 

CData is not liable to any person or entity for any loss, damage, injury, claim, liability or other cause resulting from the use or inability to use the Community and/or the materials associated with the Community or resulting from any information or opinions provided on or through the Community, whether based on warranty, contract, tort or any other legal theory.


You will defend, indemnify, and hold CData harmless from and against any claim by a third party arising from or related to: (a) your use or attempted use of the Community in violation of these CData Community Guidelines, (b) your violation of any law or rights of any third party, or (c) any submissions or content you post to the Community, including without limitation any claim of infringement, misappropriation, or violation of any intellectual property, privacy, or other rights.

Your acceptance.

By indicating your acceptance of these CData Community Guidelines or accessing or participating in the Community, you are agreeing to be bound by all terms, conditions, and notices contained or referenced in these Community Guidelines. If you do not agree to these CData Community Guidelines, you may not participate in this Community.

Thank you for your cooperation.

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