l have downloaded the trial version of infragistics and as I start my source code the warning message pops up, indicating "this program was created using an unlicensed copy of infragistics ultimate. please contact the author/ vendor of the application. " as I press ok to proceed, the software opens but not with all its feature and it is not functional. does this problem due to the unlicensed toolkit ?
thanks in advance
Our trial versions have the same functionality as the fully licensed versions, so the functionality is unrelated to the trial version. The message you see when you run the project is one that appears only with the trial version. It's used so that an application made with the trial assemblies is not distributed.
About the functionality, which product (platform) and which controls are you using? What is not working as expected? Knowing these things will enable our developers to help you.
Elizabeth AlbertLocalization Engineer
thanks for your response.
I am using an open source code called "pmu connection tester" 64-bit on windows and I didn't understand your question abut about the controls that I'm using. would you please clarify it ?
Thank you for explaining the scenario. I searched for "pmu connection tester" and found this page. Is this what you're using?
I expanded the Main > Source > Dependencies > Infragistics nodes on the tree, and it shows the Infragistics assemblies (the "controls" I mentioned before) that are being used. The "platform" I asked about would be "Windows Forms", as is shown by the "Win" in the name of the assemblies. The ones listed are for 7.2. If you downloaded a trial of Infragistics controls, the version is likely 16.1. Have you tried upgrading the references in the project? If you expand the "References" folder in your solution explorer, do you see a yellow exclamation mark (!) next to these references? If the references have that "!", I'd recommend following one of the following two approaches.
1. If you used the Platform Installer (web-based small installer) to get the free trial, run it again and choose to also install the "Version Utility". This will give you an easy UI through which to upgrade the references. More information is available here.
2. You can also upgrade the project manually. Right-click on the References folder and choose to add new references. Match the existing 7.2 assemblies to the trial 16.1 assemblies you have in your installation folder (C:\Program Files (x86)\Infragistics\2016.1\Windows Forms\CLR4.0\Bin). Then delete the 7.2 assemblies from the References folder. More information is available here.
After upgrading the project, rebuilding it, and running it, if it still doesn't work, please report what isn't working and we will help you resolve it if it's related to Infragistics controls.