Is it possible to add multipe licenses to the license manager. Say, for example, a recurrent license with 25k pages/month and a second 500k non-recurrent that get's used after the 25k pages/month are used up?

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Could you please specify product version?

(02 Apr '13, 10:54) Andrey Isaev ♦♦

Abbyy Finereader 8

(02 Apr '13, 10:58) crummel

Did you mean ABBYY FineReader Engine 8?

(02 Apr '13, 11:00) Andrey Isaev ♦♦

Exactly, ABBYY FineReader Engine 8.

(02 Apr '13, 11:12) crummel

Hello crummel,

It is possible in the latest builds of FREngine 8. In the License manager just click the button 'Add new...' that opens the 'Enter Serial Numbers' dialog box. Here you can enter the serial number of the license or several serial numbers manually or from a *.txt file. It doesn't matter licenses are recurrent or not.

In your code do the following:

  1. In the IEngine::Licenses collection find the license in which the LimitationPeriod property is not equal to LLP_Infinite.
  2. Check that the RemainingUnits property is not zero.
  3. If it is zero, find the license in which the LimitationPeriod property is equal to LLP_Infinite.
  4. Set the license using the IEngine::SetCurrentLicense method.
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answered 02 Apr '13, 19:22

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Thanks for your answer. Since the OCR process stops after the first license has reached its limit, I guess it is our applications fault not to check for the existence of a second license. I know who to turn to, then. Thanks again!

(03 Apr '13, 11:34) crummel
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