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#1 Posted : Tuesday, November 26, 2013 9:46:08 AM(UTC)

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When looking at the project structure for our MacOS and iOS demos, you will notice that we include a folder named 'Common' that includes UnlockSupport.m. In order to use the license file you'll receive from our sales department, you'll need to include it (the license file) as a resource somewhere in your application structure, such as adding it to your 'Resources' folder.

Once the license file has been included with your project, you can refer to it's path by using the NSBundle.pathForResource method.

Here is an example of it's usage in the UnlockSupport.setLicencse method:

// In this case, the license file has the name 'Lead18.lic' and was added to the 'Resources folder

NSString* filePath = [[NSBundle mainBundle] pathForResource:@"Lead18" ofType:@"lic" ];
NSString * licenseFilePath = filePath;
NSString * developerKey = @"contents of corresponding *.key file";

[LTRasterSupport setLicenseFile:licenseFilePath developerKey:developerKey error:&error];
 

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