Licensing issue - dotConnect in referenced assembly/ASP.NET

Licensing issue - dotConnect in referenced assembly/ASP.NET

Postby Calvin » Thu 19 Feb 2009 17:58

Hi,

I'm using dotConnect in a class library/assembly and then referencing that assembly from my ASP.NET web application.

The dotConnect using assembly is actually a couple of layers down (web > business logic > data access > dotConnect)

On my development environment, this runs without a problem, but when I deploy to the server, the ASP.NET application is giving a "License not valid" error.

System information:
Windows 2003 - 64bit
.NET 3.5 Service Pack 1
dotConnect for Oracle 5.0.1.0

What exactly do I need to do to have this work correctly?

Thanks,
Calvin
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Postby Calvin » Thu 19 Feb 2009 18:06

The full error we're getting is, "License not valid due to the problems with dotConnect for Oracle installation."
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Postby Shalex » Fri 20 Feb 2009 13:45

Please try to use the latest version (5.0.22) of dotConnect for Oracle where we implemeted some improvements on this issue. Please notify us if the problem persists with the 5.0.22 version.
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Postby pokaragat » Wed 11 Mar 2009 15:55

We also experience this in our ASP.Net application. The error is "...the license is not valid..". The weird thing is, we have it working in our previous builds.

Shalex said to try it. Is it really fixed or not? What do you mean by "improvements"?
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Postby Shalex » Thu 12 Mar 2009 09:09

Hello Pokaragat,

1. Please specify the full text of the error you are getting now.
2. Please try using the latest one (5.0.22 or 5.20.24 Beta). Does the problem persist with the latest version of dotConnect for Oracle? What is the version of dotConnect for Oracle you are using?
3. Did you follow the instructions mentioned in our documentation ( http://www.devart.com/dotconnect/oracle ... nsing.html , the Licensing ASP.NET Applications section and the Troubleshooting section) ?
4. Is the type of your project Web Site or ASP.NET Web Application?
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