I have a problem I need to correct so I can Remote Debug —
I have Scichart licensing installed on both the Remote Windows Device and my Local Development machine, which the Serial key entered on both machines.
If I run in release mode, not through Remote Debugging, the chart renders on the remote machine.
If I run either Debug or Release mode on my local developer machine, the chart renders on the developer machine.
HOWEVER, if I try Remote Debug session, the application runs, but the SciChart screen just gives me the Not Licensed display.
Why ? and is there a workaround…
Note that the remote machine does not have an internet connection – as it talks over the ethernet on a peer-to-peer connected instrument. There is only that one ethernet adapter on the remote machine. My developer machine has 2 ethernet connections – one direct IP to the peer-to-peer network group, to communicate to the remote machine to remote debug, and one wireless connection with DHCP to access the internet.
I can run a release mode build by itself on the remote machine and it renders the chart.
I cannot run a debug version stand-alone on the remote machine -because the remote machine doesn’t have enough memory to run the visual studio development environment – it has only 4gb ram and I can’t install the debug libraries needed. That’s why I’d like to run the debug version from the VS ide in the remote machine. Everything in the app runs in this mode fine except Sci chart shows the unlicensed screen display.
We would suggest you to start application without debbugging and tell us if it is working.
Then attach a Debugger to to the running app.
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