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matrixwebtech
Jan 02, 2015, 10:03 AM
Hi,
Once again I just go through with ext.net web site and 2 things suddenly come in my mind.

No 1
I read http://ext.net/faq/#q2 and I think a scenario.I am a single developer and currently develop a project (project X) .suppose after some day after completing project X I start developing Project Y at that time my existing license key is valid or not?or I have to percuss a new license?

No 2
I can remember in ext.net old web site some where in FAQ section there was written ext.net license key valid for unlimited domains, sub domains and server (this is not exact but the summary)but today I not seen the lines in FAQ section.so is that moved some other location or obsolete.

I hope ext.net not going to add any renewal charge.If so this is again a pain for single developer like me.

geoffrey.mcgill
Jan 02, 2015, 1:59 PM
No 1
I read http://ext.net/faq/#q2 and I think a scenario.I am a single developer and currently develop a project (project X) .suppose after some day after completing project X I start developing Project Y at that time my existing license key is valid or not?or I have to percuss a new license?

Given your description, Project Y would not require a new license key, although we cannot know all the details of your application so review of the License Agreement (http://examples2.ext.net/#/Getting_Started/Release_Documents/LICENSE/) is required.

The following is copied from http://ext.net/faq/#q2:


Each Ext.NET license allows for a single developer to install and use Ext.NET on unlimited workstations for development, and to deploy web applications built with Ext.NET on unlimited domains and sub-domains on unlimited servers.


No 2
I can remember in ext.net old web site some where in FAQ section there was written ext.net license key valid for unlimited domains, sub domains and server (this is not exact but the summary)but today I not seen the lines in FAQ section.so is that moved some other location or obsolete.

The quote above covers this answer.

Hope this helps.