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03/09/2010 18:06
 

Your ad says "web applications" will this work with DNN Modules? and how does that licensing work?

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Charles

 
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06/09/2010 09:23
 

Hello Charles. Yes, Licence Master is designed to protect all types of ASP.NET web applications, including and especially DotNetNuke modules.

Integrating an existing DNN module is a straightforward process which can be achieved in a few minutes.

There are full instructions on how to integrate your module with Licence Master in the product user manual. Check out this KnowledgeBase page as well, and be sure to download the sample Visual Studio DNN PA module project which shows you how to do the integration, and gives you some code you can reuse.

Thanks for your interest in Licence Master.


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06/09/2010 14:25
 

Hi,

In the documentation is looks good and it uses a webservice, but what if the server is within their network, does it have a "manual" license that will work if they can't access outside their network?

 
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06/09/2010 15:39
 

Hi Charles,

The client module needs to be able to access the Licence Master web services to retrieve licence status information. If the Licence Master installation in question is on a internet web server, outgoing internet access should be part of the module's technical requirements.

Remember that a web site / application will not have outgoing internet access only in the most exceptional circumstances. By default, webs on most shared and dedicated hosting solutions will have access. That is also true of many intranet scenarios. In the case of a fully closed intranet, however, the firewall may need to be configured to allow your module to communicate with the Licence Master server.

Note also that in the case that a module is unable to access the Licence Master server, it is the module developer who decides how it should responds.


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19/09/2010 19:16
 

This component interaction diagram may also prove useful.


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