After deploy/publish LIC file isn't generated

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I deployed  two different Wisej applications today (1.2.47.0) following the Deployment documentation. As the applications didn’t run and the LIC file didn’t get generated I took some extra steps:

  1. added my Wisej.LicenseKey on the Web.Config
  2. ran VS as Administrator and published the applications

 

1) The LIC file doesn’t show and the applications don’t run.

When I used VS to publish the applications, my project data sources also got published on \Properties\DataSources…

2) I wonder if this is needed or it’s just the publishing tool that doesn’t know what to do with these files.

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The problem isn’t an Wisej issue but rather an IIS issue. So I moved on, cleanned all previous Application Pool Identities, changed the namespace, project name, filenames, restarted my computer. Eventually I installed the anniversary update and guess what? Now everything works as it should, the LIC file gets generated, the site runs and is visible to other computers.

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Right.

Now we are trying to understand why the application doesn’t run.

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To update this thread:

  • The .lic files (developer and server) are generated into \ProgramData\IceTeaGroup\Wisej.
  • For the server license, the same .lic file is (should be) duplicated in the application root to simplify deployment.
  • When deployed, the server app will run with or without the license and also without a connection to the internet.
  • The wisej-server.lic file can (not necessary if the server can access the internet) be deployed with the app.

Will add a troubleshooting page to the docs.

 

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Updated to 1.2.49.0 but no improvements on the LIC file generation front.

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Unrelated to the license issue, .48 has the  gridview data binding in a bad state. It’s part of the larger implementation to support hidden rows and the update got in incomplete code.

 

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I updated to 1.2.48.0 but I still can run the applications as no LIC files is generated.

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Hi Luca,

No, not Azure, just plain old IIS publishing. I can send you the publish profile by email.

On second thoughts, I don’t know what you mean by “VS publishing tool on Azure”. Right click on the project file and then Publish.

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Did you publish using the VS publishing tool on Azure?

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