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33699 Aug 24,2005 09:54 AM Aug 24,2005 10:45 AM General Discussion 1
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Andrew
Asked On August 24, 2005 09:54 AM

I bought the $495 Excel license and was told I could have one developer license and one production license for that fee. Now, I want to deploy. Do I _have_ to run that 140+ MB executable to do the install, or can I just deploy the assembly in my application directory? For me, the latter is highly preferable... I don''t want all the help files and so on installed. There seems to be a licensing windows forms application that pops up when I try to do it the way I want to? Please let me know. -Andrew

Daniel Jebaraj [Syncfusion]
Replied On August 24, 2005 10:45 AM

Hi Andrew, You do not need to run the install. With versions earlier than 3.3 you could deploy the binary along with a small license key file (slf file - this is installed under a folder called templates in the Essential Studio install). With 3.3 this file is also not required and you can deploy the binaries as is. Please open a support incident if you have any trouble at all during deployment. Thank you for using Syncfusion Essential Studio. Best regards, Daniel >I bought the $495 Excel license and was told I could have one developer license and one production license for that fee. > >Now, I want to deploy. Do I _have_ to run that 140+ MB executable to do the install, or can I just deploy the assembly in my application directory? For me, the latter is highly preferable... I don''t want all the help files and so on installed. > >There seems to be a licensing windows forms application that pops up when I try to do it the way I want to? > >Please let me know. > >-Andrew

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