I am on a project with 4 other developers. I am the only one using Infragistics (for the webchart). I sent my Infragistics webchart changes to our source control and the other devlopers have gotten the latest version of our project.
Now those developers are getting the following error:
The licx file is automatically generated by Visual Studio, and contains the list of components which require a license to use at design-time. This does get a little complicated when you attempt to use MSBuild to compile a project, because it looks at the same LICX file. The trick (if I remember) is to have the other members clear the contents of the .licx file (don't delete the file, just empty out it's contents). That should allow them to compile, though they will still be unable to open up any forms with Infragistics components inside of them.
I saw this message and have a similar problem. I just posted a new message but want to add a wrinkle to this.
I searched my workstation for a licx file and couldn't find one. Which folder should it be in?
Thanks for your help.
The LICX file is part of your project, and usually contained in the top level directory of your visual studio project. It may be a hidden file, so you may have to "show all files" in the project to see it, or open the directory with windows explorer.
I am having the same problem with the license file , in my case the requirements is to build template projects that have ASP.NET controls based on your components and delivery these controls to our customers so that they can reuse our controls . our customers must be able to view all web forms that uses Infragistics components at design time.
is this possible ?
Your customers will need to have installed the same version of the toolset that you used to create your projects. Otherwise, they will not be able to access any design-time functionality of our controls, and they will not be able to compile their applications that use your project.