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#1 Posted : Thursday, April 17, 2008 8:44:36 PM(UTC)

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Dear Support,

After entering the license key, GraphicsMill.Licensing.GraphicsMillLicenseInformationProvider.BitmapLicenseInformation has the following information on the development machine:

EvaluationExpirationDate: #12:00:00 AM#

LicenseKeyIsExpired: False

LicenseKeySource: Registry {1}

LiteVersion: True

ProfessionalVersion: False

ServerVersion: False

StandardVersion: True

TrialVersion: False

I have two questions on this:

• What is the difference between Lite and Professional version, and why my copy is showing Lite=True and Professional=False when there is only one (non-server) option (i.e. Windows Forms Developer License) on the website.

• Is this Okay now to simply distribute the library along with my product’s setup, so that it won’t raise the “Trial Expired” exception on client’s machines.


Alex Kon  
#2 Posted : Sunday, April 20, 2008 4:32:57 PM(UTC)
Alex Kon

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Regarding to the license types - there is no difference for 4.x versions of the Graphics Mill for .NET.

As for license - if you have Windows Forms Developer license - you can ship Graphics Mill assemblies with your application. The only thing which you will need to do is to embed your license keys into your application assembly. You can find step-by-step instructions on this process in Applying License Keys article, "Embed Full License Keys into the Resources" section.

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