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Where to enter Licensing Info to remove Automation Restriction??

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Sep 14, 2011 Sep 14, 2011

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Hi

We have a situation , we have a web application which further has multiple flex applications.

We have 2 Servers say Server 1 and Server 2.

Build process runs on Server 1 using ANT and then the Output is Deployed on Server 2 using Powershell.

We are using Flex 3.5 SDKs to compile our flex applications.

We have License for FB3 Pro , FB4 Premium and FB 4.5 Standars.

We dont wish to Install FB but just Install Licenses.

Question is where should we install the License , Which Server ? and what is the way to do it.

I read we can add arguments in build files under compile section but how the exact argument should be.

Thanks

Mohit

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Sep 14, 2011 Sep 14, 2011

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Hi Mohit,

Licensing should be applied on the machine in which the Flex application is being compiled. During compilation itself, Flex compiler looks for licensing info to remove restrictions.

http://raniskumar.wordpress.com/2009/07/28/flex-builder-license-and-automation-flex-3/ explains different ways to apply license in Flex 3. Same steps apply for FB 4 as well but the name "flexbuilder3" should be changed to "flashbuilder4" in case of FB4.

Hope this helps.

Thanks,

Deeptika

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