I've created a CI/CD pipeline in Azure DevOps to be able to build an exe installer. The code makes use of Infragistics but the Infragistics components are showing up as unlicensed. How can we set up our build pipeline to be aware of our purchased license during the build?
Note: We have added all the required Infragistics NuGet packages to our Azure DevOps feed which is working fine.
Which platform are you working with eg. WPF? WinForms?
Please help us understand where you retrieved our NuGet packages. There are two places to acquire our NuGet packages, either from the installed location
C:\Program Files (x86)\Infragistics\2021.1\Windows Forms\NuGet Packages
All of our packages are also obtainable from the NuGet feed that ties with your active subscription/account
I am working with WinForms.
We have a package source connected to a feed in DevOps i.e.: name.pkgs.visualstudio.com/.../index.json
Within this feed we have our NuGet packages which I are being retrieved from the Install location like u stated "C:\Program Files (x86)\Infragistics\2021.1\Windows Forms\NuGet Packages" :
Which project type are you using? Lets double check if your Nuget packages are registered. First, our windows forms Nuget packages only work with NetCore projects, not .NET framework. Create a brand new NetCore project and manually add the UltraWinGrid Nuget package from the C drive program path via the Nuget Package Manager in Visual Studio. Then open the form's designer and the Visual Studio Toolbox and manually drag the UltraGrid to the design surface. I'd like to know if this shows the non trial version or not when running the app.