Form Wizard Pro - License usage

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4/27/2012 1:49:25 PM
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Dale Innis, What was, What is and What will be is all in the hands of God, but an application is in the hands of the developer, Lord Help us!

Form Wizard Pro - License usage

I have a couple questions regarding multiple sites and the use of the Form wizard Pro.

1. If i have already acquired the license one time can I use that licenses download to develop for my next site before they have purchased the license.

2. If yes at what point do you have to make sure they purchase the  license (I am assuming before it leaves my development environment and becomes live.) Is this correct?

3. Do I need to show somewhere on the site that they have purchased the license if so How?

4. Do I have to download the file each time the license is purchased?

4/27/2012 1:57:29 PM
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Re: Form Wizard Pro - License usage

1. yes you can use it in non-production envirnments for testing and development

2. yes before it goes live as a production site you should purchase another license

3. No

4. No

Note that these answers apply to sites using separate installations of mojoPortal. A single installation of mojoPortal can host multiple sites and a Single Installation License of Form Wizard Pro can be used in all sites within a single mojoPortal installation.

However I don't generally recommend hosting multiple customers in the same installation (though some people do that). I recommend only hosting the sites for a single customer in a given installation of mojoPortal because it makes things easier if your customer later wants to move to different hosting or requests a backup of their site. It can be aproblem for those situations if there is data for multiple customers in the database.

Hope that helps,

Joe

4/27/2012 2:01:25 PM
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Dale Innis, What was, What is and What will be is all in the hands of God, but an application is in the hands of the developer, Lord Help us!

Re: Form Wizard Pro - License usage

Yup that is perfectly clear. going to have to buy you a beer soon with all these websites coming my way.!!

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