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QPR ScoreCard Designer, QPR ProcessGuide Designer, and the QPR User Management Server now support transient product activations. There are two settings in QPR.ini file that affect the activation behavior:

ShowTransientExpirationWarning is an integer value of 0 - n days that defines how many days before transient expiration date the warning messages are shown. If the value is 0 the warning messages are not shown.
UseSilentForTransient is Boolean (values 0 / 1) flag that defines if silent reactivation is used when transient expiration has occurred. If the value is 1 (true), development client tries to start Product Activation Wizard in silent mode to reactivate the client. Wizard uses automatic product activation via web silently if a valid  Product Activation Code can be found in QPR.ini.

 

Users can also see the product activation status with Product Activation Code from designer's About Box. This makes it easy to check the Product Activation Code when contacting QPR Customer Care. QPR Product Activation Wizard can also be launched from the About Box

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