Win.UltraWinSpellChecker.v6.2 licensing errors

Posted on 2014-08-11
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Last Modified: 2014-08-11
I have a winform with the infragistics v6.2 ultra win spellchecker on it.
The exact version is:  Infragistics2.Win.UltraWinSpellChecker.v6.2, Version=6.2.20062.34

I have the suite installed on my pc.  I can run the form and it works great.  BUT when I check in the solution to source control and others get the latest version they get license errors in their visual studio when trying to build.  We all use visual studio version 2013.  Also on our build server which is running msbuild i had to edit the licx file and remove its contents in order to get a build.  So Im trying to find a way that I can deploy the run time version of this application to our users without getting these build errors on the licx file.  This version I believe is from 2006 and here is what it looks like as installed programs in control panel.

control panel

Here is the error on the build server.
(CompileLicxFiles target) ->
Properties\licenses.licx(1): error LC0004: Exception occurred creating type 'Infragistics.Win.UltraWinSpellChecker.UltraSpellChecker, Infragistics2.Win.UltraWinSpellChecker.v6.2, Version=6.2.20062.34, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=xxxxxxx' System.ComponentModel.LicenseException: Unable to locate license assembly.
Question by:hougie40
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ID: 40253309
Here is the error another user gets when they get latest from source.
err in vs
If they edit and delete out the contents of the licx file they get this at runtime.

runtime after licx edit

Author Comment

ID: 40253641
Spoke with infragistics some things I tried.

1.) dont check in the licx file from your dev machine to TFS.
2.) set references to "Copy local = true" (this puts them in bin\debug folder)
3.) set build action on licx file to none and copy to output dir = do not copy.

The build on the build server worked fine.  Going to run it on a remote server to see if the exe version works.

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hougie40 earned 0 total points
ID: 40253929
That seemed to do the trick.
works now

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