Hello dear SciChart team,
Our customer has a new security program that starts on Dlls that are copied into a directory during runtime. At the moment has the customer the problem that this security program starts on an AbtLicensingNative.dll. This DLL is in the following directory:
% USERPROFILE% \ AppData \ Local \ SciChart \ Dependencies \ v.126.96.36.19904 \ x64.
For this reason the following questions:
Is this DLL safe?
Why is the dll only copied at runtime? Is there another solution for this?
Can I use the 30 day trial version to run a newly built exe file from the “exported” Visual Studio solution files which then runs into the “Sorry! You need to have a license to use SciChart.” run-time error? How can I find and activate the 30 day license to avoid this run-time error?
I’m now using SCIChart WPF v188.8.131.5219 at Windows10.
I have paid SC-WPF-2D-PRO licence that is already activated, and using it.
Now I want to updated SCIChart version to v184.108.40.20675.
I downloaded v6.1 installer and installed it.
When I checked the SciChart Licensing Wizard it requires log in.
(I’m using PC at network with proxy server, old Licensing Wizard has proxy setting view, but new one don’t have it…so, I’m going to use offline style)
Do you need re-activateing licence from this wizard?
And for it, do you need deactivating current licence from web page?
Just purchased and am trying to setup in application and i still get you have zero days left of trial. Attaching pictures. followed instructions here https://www.scichart.com/activating-scichart/
Update used the licensing wizard to activate as first time i activated online. After using licensing wizard it works. but what happens when i deploy application since i had added to my code the set license key?
One of our SciChart licenses in the past was used by an employee who is no longer with the company, so we are not able to have that employee deactivate his license using the Licensing Wizard on his old machine anymore. Is there a way to free this license up so it can be transferred to another employee when work resumes on the project?
we are currently using SciChart 2D in our Application. I got the request to provide a 3D representation of one of our charts, so I started to download the newest Version of SciChart to get a trial on the 3D charts. I included the dll’s to our application and reworked the code to show a 3D chart instead. I think the code will work, but in our application I can’t see a chart. I just see a black rectangle (See attachement) with a text that 3D charts are only available in the 3D or SDK editions.
Can you help me?
I have a dev box. This box had a full trial, which was later upgraded to a full (SC-WPF-2D-PRO) license. I can develop our software in debug mode fine. When I install our software from the build server I see “The Direct 3D Renderer TRIAL has EXPIRED”. This is software built in release mode on our build server which is fully licensed. If I run on a non Dev box it is fine.
This seems odd to me. I’d like to test our installed software on my PC, but can’t. Would this happen if I installed a 3rd party product that uses SciChart on a machine with a developer license.
Why is this happening?
Hello. Deactivating a license via scichart licensing wizard disable sichart only on current machine. I need to deactivate a license on machine to which i don’t have access!
How i can do this? Can you remotely deactivate all my machines with license?
I decided to try some new features in 3.2 version and entered in Licensing Wizard my expired License Code (we bought basic version about 1 year ago) – yes, that was my mistake. So how can I now deactivate expired license and return trial to have a possibility to investigate new features?
I download the scichart version 220.127.116.1107 and install it on my machine when i try to run the exe it shows that “Sorry your trial of scichart has expired”.what is the solution for that. What changes i need to do on my existing application which uses sci chart.