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License for two domain names

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I have a license for domain1.com, but it should also be available for domain domain2.com. How do I proceed?
Rafael  4 years ago   viewed: 21083    

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If domain2.com will be redirected to domain1.com, you can use the license for domain1.com. 

Otherwise you need to purchase two licenses for both domains and set the two licenses to the script as suggested in the thread below.
milo   4 years ago
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In my case, its the same app running on IIS, but the the two domains points to the same app. If i buy a license for the second domain, it will work?!
Rafael   4 years ago
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There is a solution to tackle the multiple license requirement. Open the tooltip.js with Notepad, and after the definition of:

var tooltipOptions = {     .....     license: "licForDomain1" };

add the following script block immediately after above block:

if (document.domain.indexOf("domain2.com") != -1)     tooltipOptions.license = "licForDomain2";

If you have more domains, you can continue adding them:

else if (document.domain.indexOf("domain3.com") != -1)     tooltipOptions.license = "licForDomain3";

Note the "domain2.com", "domain3.com" must be in lower case.

Please try it out and let me know if it works or not.

milo   4 years ago

   

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