The front page of a ULA includes a table which specifies the different Oracle programs that are part of the agreement, the associated metrics (e.g. Processor, Application User) and the specific quantity of licenses obtained. If an Oracle program is not listed in the program table, you are not entitled to deploy it through this agreement. In case the quantity of the table states “unlimited” then the related Oracle program can be deployed in an unlimited capacity. If the quantity of the table states “Max X Processors”, the related Oracle program can only be deployed up to that maximum amount of processors. Oracle sometimes includes specific restrictions about the deployment of the included programs. For example, licenses that can only be used in an unlimited capacity for a specific application, licenses that can only be used in an unlimited capacity for non-production purposes, or licenses that can only be used for a specific proprietary hosted application. In case such an additional restriction is applicable, this is typically indicated in the contractual document by any of the following references before the Oracle program itself “#”, “*”, “Ù” or “ÙÙ”.