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Link license for 3.2.1.0

Hi We''re in the process of migrating our products line from syncfusion 2.0.5.1 to 3.2.1.0. After carefully reading the readme file, I have a question about link licenses (licenses for build server). I have the following questions: 1- I noticed the download package is the same for standard license and link license. Is there really still a difference ? 2- We usually copy all of our third party dependencies (such as syncfusion dll) to a network share whenever possible, and we remove the third party dll from the GAC on the build server if it''s in the GAC (this allow very simple backup / replication of the build server). We reference assemblies using explicit file references such as R:\Libs\Syncfusion\3.2.1.0\Syncfusion.Grid.Base.dll instead of referencing them from the GAC for that purpose. Is this way of doing going to work (especially with the new licensing scheme) ? Where can am I supposed to copy the syncfusion assemblies from ? (there are two places, the PrecompiledAssemblies folder being one of them). 3- We are writing a script to automatically update our projects to syncfusion 3.2.1.0. Is it enough to just convert the syncfusion references (eg: Grid => Grid.Base+Grid.Windows) and to add the licenses.licx file as embedded resource to do the job ? Or is there anything more ? a quick answer to all these items would be very much appreciated :) kind regards Thibaut Barrère http://www.dotnetguru2.org/tbarrere

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TB Thibaut Barrère June 22, 2005 06:30 AM

I would add two things: 4- where am I supposed to add a reference to Syncfusion.Core.dll ? Only in the final exe, or in each syncfusion dependent library ? 5- the release notes for v3.2.1.0 ( http://www.syncfusion.com/squiffler/patches/v3.2.1.0/readme.htm ) do not seem to give the same information found on the forum for the content of the licences.licx. http://www.syncfusion.com/Support/Forums/message.aspx?MessageID=28643 tells we should just have the following line: Syncfusion.Core.Licensing.LicensedComponent, Syncfusion.Core where as the readme file states that we should have : Syncfusion.Core.Licensing.LicensedComponent, Syncfusion.Core, Version=3.200.1.0,Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=..... This is a bit confusing, what is the recommended way of doing this ? kind regards Thibaut

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