|Re: License management strategy and eclipse platform support for the same [message #666487 is a reply to message #666365]
||Wed, 20 April 2011 14:55
| Eric Rizzo
Registered: July 2009
On 4/20/11 3:44 AM, nitu wrote:|
> The query is related to license management strategy provided by the
> eclipse framework.
> Need to know the details about how to apply licensing scheme on the
> eclipse plug-in that is created by my team.
There's nothing built into the platform to support licensing, and as far
as I know none of the Eclipse.org projects touch on that subject.
I used to work at a company that built Eclipse plugins and RCP
applications, and we had to build our own licensing mechanism based on a
commercial license management product; we were unable to find any simple
or Eclipse-specific solution.
> Analysis done:
> I have used jasper assistant eclipse plug-in which has the licensing
> applied on it. It has certain duration period after which it's license
> gets expired and prompts for license key purchasing. Also, i have gone
> through some articles encountered while google searching: EasyLicenser,
> License Management Solution 220.127.116.11104092214. But could not find the
> download link for license management solution yet and could not reach to
> the concrete route for how to apply such licensing schemes for my
> plug-in. So that when our plug-in users install our plug-in, should get
> prompt for purchasing licensed copy of it and till then can have plug-in
> of trial version and other such schemes.
> Also, i have came across the SourceForge.net, where it is conveyed that
> you need to submit your product code. But this is not possible for my
> I am still in the process of finding the way of achieving this.
> The quick response will be appreciated.
> Thanks & Regards,
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