I'm trying to start application wrote on different machine with runtime license in anther environment. I get "Invalid project ID" error all the time (trying different ways - run methods with developer license, without license numer, with runtime license number).

I found a help topic which says that: The Runtime License should correspond to the Developer License under which your application was compiled and have the same Project ID number.

I have no idea how "the Runtime License should correspond to the Developer License" while it has no Project ID parameter and it is the only one license in that environment.

Any help would be appreciated.

asked 03 Nov '13, 04:02

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Lukasz Drozd...

Please see this article. For all questions concerning licensing, feel free contact the sales manager with whom you communicated before or provide Technical Support Team with the AInfo report.


answered 05 Nov '13, 20:42

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