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Yellow exclamation mark and Invalid License dialog

I am trying to build a WPF/Net Core 3.0 application using the sfDiagram Control.
In doing so, I install the following NuGet packages:

When I look in my application WpfApp1/Dependecies/Packages solution explorer folder, I see that Syncfusion.SfDiagram.WPF and Syncfusion.Shared.WPF both have a yellow exclamation mark beside them.

When I run the application, evrything looks fine but I keep on getting the Invalid License dialog.
Of course I did a proper SyncfusionLicenseProvider.RegisterLicense("---my license---") call with a valid "Community" License in the App class creator.

Why do I get the yellow exclamation mark on the nuget packages?
Why do I get the Invalid License dialog?

1 Reply

MS Manivannan Sundararajan Syncfusion Team November 15, 2019 07:19 AM UTC

Hi Jean-Marc,

Thanks for contacting Syncfusion support.

We have created a new incident under your Direct trac account to follow up with this query. We suggest you to follow up with the incident for further updates. Please log in using the below link.


Manivannan S.

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