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Trial expiration


 
Carlos Hi,

I have a trial program valid for 15 days. After those 15 days users cannot use it.

Now, 30 days after my first release, I'm releasing a new version with same ESBN and want that users that didn't registered it be able to run it in trial mode. The problem: They can't as the trial period has ended.

One of the solutions would be to extend the trial period for example to 60 days. But I don't want that. I must keep the 15 days.

Other solution would be to create with a different ESBN. But I can't do that as registered members wouldn't be able to run it.

What I thought as a solution, but don't know if it works:
Users that want to run the new version in trial mode, I would say them to remove the main ini file (.....00.ini) file before running the new version.
1. Will this work?
2. Is there other solutions?

Carlos


Posted on: 8:23 pm on April 23, 2003
EBookCompiler I am not 100% certain (somebody clever could prove me wrong), but I don't think this will work, I think you're probably stuck with the 2 alternatives you gave previously. The problem is the timing not the INI


Posted on: 10:56 pm on April 23, 2003
Carlos Sunil,

I presume for what you said that when an ebook runs the first time, it will register something in the registry. Then everytime it runs, and if is a trial, it will check its key in the registry.

Is this correct?

Carlos


Posted on: 11:48 pm on April 23, 2003

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