I am getting Evaluation Copyright Warning watermark sheet sporadically in the production environment.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
I have a .NET windows service that generates Excel files using Aspose Cells component. The service spawns off multiple threads to generate excel files simultaneously. Each thread runs a method that sets the license file as the first step before it proceeds creating the workbook and such..
How can I tell if the component release date is not after my subscription expiry date?
Also, If this was the case, would the copyright warning be generated every time we set the license file? We are not seeing this. It happens occasionally
If I restart the windows service, the problem seems to go away even though the code does not cache any information. It sets the license file every time it generates the file
Can multiple threads access the same lic file at the same time? Will this cause an issue?