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Uploading a licence keyfile


 

The iFinity Catalook Url Provider uses a stand-alone Licence Keyfile. This is a signed XML file that contains details about the licensed domains or DotNetNuke instances.

The Licence Keyfile is obtained after visiting the Licensing page and filling out the details of the product and other information. It is emailed to the contact details provided.

Once you have a licence keyfile (either trial or 'full'), follow these steps to complete the licensing process:

1) Log onto your DotNetNuke installation as a 'host' or 'superuser'.

2) Go to the Admin->Portal Urls page, and click on the 'Module Providers' tab

3) Click the 'Change Provider Settings' link under the listing for 'iFinity Catalook Url Provider'. This will load the Provider Settings page for the Catalook Url provider.

4) Click on the 'Licence Details' tab to show the current licensed status of the Catalook Url Provider extension.

5) Upload the keyfile (licence email attachment) by clicking on the 'browse' or 'choose file' button, then click on the 'upload' button once the licence keyfile has been selected.

6) The new keyfile should be loaded. Review the licence details to ensure that the licence is correctly uploaded. You can then click the 'Return to Providers' button to return to the 'Module Providers' tab of the Page Urls page.

The new keyfile will overwrite any existing trial or other licence keyfile loaded for the Catalook Url Provider module.

The Catalook Url Provider licensing process is entirely separate from the Url Master licensing process - but they do use the same basic methods. However, a fully-licensing Url Master module with a fully licensed Catalook Url Provider will contain two separate licence keyfiles.

You can run the module without a valid licence, but it will go into 'demo mode' and a yellow message will appear at the top of each page the provider is configured to use.

Licences for Development and Test environments are available free of charge when a full licence is purchased.




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