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Licensing: What is the license for LibFindMacros.cmake


By : Ingénieur Karim Raaf
Date : October 16 2020, 11:12 PM
around this issue It was originally written by me, and you may consider it Public Domain.
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Is it a good idea to license my app on the Android Licensing Service?


By : Marco Sarti
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you It's not a "must", but piracy is a big problem, and I would use the licensing library if I were you. FWIK it doesn't require the user to be always online, so it's not as intrusive as you might think it is.
People are weird - they don't think twice about buying a cup of coffee for $4 every day, but if they have the option of illegally downloading a pirated copy of a $0.99 app, they're very likely to do that instead of shelling out the buck and supporting the developer.

Portable.Licensing how to tie a license to a PC


By : user3733832
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue You can generate a unique hash over the PC's name, hardware information, etc. and add this hash as Additional Attribute during the license creation.
Example of license creation:
code :
var license = License.New()  
    .WithUniqueIdentifier(Guid.NewGuid())  
    .As(LicenseType.Standard)    
    .WithMaximumUtilization(1)  
    .WithAdditionalAttributes(new Dictionary<string, string>  
                              {  
                                  {"HardwareId", "........"}  
                              })  
    .LicensedTo("John Doe", "john.doe@yourmail.here")  
    .CreateAndSignWithPrivateKey(privateKey, passPhrase);

Leverage Kentico's Licensing to license custom module


By : Alex L
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . I think I may have figured this one out.
On my module I've overriden the CheckLicense method as such:
code :
    public override bool CheckLicense(string domain, FeatureEnum feature, ObjectActionEnum action)
    {
        if (domain != null)
            domain = LicenseKeyInfoProvider.ParseDomainName(domain);

        int siteId = LicenseHelper.GetSiteIDbyDomain(domain);
        var licenseKey = LicenseKeyInfoProvider.GetLicenseKeyInfo(domain, FeatureEnum.Unknown);
        if (siteId > 0 && licenseKey != null)
        {
            // TODO: query external service with licenseKey.Domain for a valid license for this module
            return true;
        }

        return false;
    }
ModuleManager.CheckModuleLicense("My.Module.Name", RequestContext.CurrentDomain, FeatureEnum.Unknown, ObjectActionEnum.Read)

Portable.Licensing - saving license to file


By : Aleš Ribič
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? I have never actually used this library however Portable.Licensing.LicenseBuilder is (probably) what is the result of license.ToString().
Looking at their tutorial they are actually calling the method CreateAndSignWithPrivateKey(..,...) which is a method that returns back an instance of License not LicenseBuilder.

Licensing SQL 2008 R2 Processor License while SQL 2012 is available only


By : rashid
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you We're not lawyers, and this site isn't for legal advice or questions about licensing compliance. I strongly recommend you don't gamble your company's future on believing an answer you get on a Q & A site from some anonymous person on the Internet.
The proper way to be sure is to contact an official Microsoft licensing rep, tell them what you are buying and where, and have them confirm that you will be compliant - before you buy.
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