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License dialog when running unit tests

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83520 Jun 25,2009 04:13 PM UTC Jun 26,2009 07:01 PM UTC WinForms 1
Tags: Calculate
Kiel Wadner
Asked On June 25, 2009 04:13 PM UTC


I am working on writing some unit tests against some very basic SyncFusion Calculate functionality. When the tests run, I get the attached dialog and I have press the 'X' button to continue on with running them. If I press 'Fix It' I get a "The system cannot find the file specified" exception. This obviously is not ideal.

I'm working as a contract for a company, and per their request I'm using their unlock key after installing SyncFusion. It was inferred by them that I didn't need an licx file to run. Is this in fact the case? What is necessary to prevent this dialog from appearing AND not allowing other developers build the project who don't have a copy of SyncFusion installed?


Nandakumar R [Syncfusion]
Replied On June 26, 2009 07:01 PM UTC


Can you please let me know if you are the Developer of the application or you are having the application and you are just writing over some test scripts for that? The purpose of this question is that I would like to know if you have access to the code or not.

This issue needs to be resolved from the Development side. While building any project that uses Syncfusion Essential Studio assemblies, they need to include a file called licenses.licx. This file will be embedded in to the exe in the name of ${application_name}.exe.licenses with Syncfusion licensing details included in that.

Please refer to the following article on how to solve this issue. If you are having access to the code, you can try this. Please let me know if this helps.




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