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  1. BeeHay


    Hello hello! Been a long time, but you seem to always find a way back to your roots. Have a quick question about licensing, which I am sure is covered in a few other topics, but I thought I would make a new post since it has been a while. I have a small application, created with a dev key/license (pro/dev?) and a user wants to run the .ctl file on their end. I have things like check boxes and "leds" that appear not to function in the "trial mode/express" unless I have my key in. All I am curious about is, if a user purchases a runtime ($160), will those objects still function? They have some scripting behind them and the app wont work unless the objects do! Also, I noticed you have a "key" option for $80, what is this? Can the $80 key hold a runtime license and that key can be moved around to different PCs at different times? Lastly, how can the user "try out" my .ctl before purchasing a license if the express version doesn't work with my .ctl? Any info helps and glad to see DF still humming along, Brandon
  2. MrDeathStar

    Dual USB keys

    Can DAQFactory identify two USB keys? We are using USB keys for our runtime licenses and developer licenses. The runtime license is typically plugged into a computer locked in the equipment cabinet. An external USB connector provides cabled access to this PC. When I insert the developer USB key, I was hoping it would override the 'runtime' license and allow me to make local code modifications. Alas, DAQFactory reports that the license it finds is only runtime...I need to remove the internal USB key before it will detect the developer license. If we had installed the runtime directly (without using a USB key) would this have operated as expected? Your comments/thoughts are appreciated...thank you.