I'm trying to use our site licensed Aspose.Total, in particular, Aspose.Words. Our subscription has expired becasue but we were assured by our sales rep that we could continue to use the product even if our subscription was expired. They pointed us to an online FAQ where it indicated the same.
My subscription is about to expire. Does that mean I will no longer be able to use the product?
No. When you buy a license you buy the right to use a product for as long as you wish. A subscription is a separate service that provides you with updates. Without a subscription, you miss out on new features and hotfixes, but the product will still run.
Below is a copy of a simple .NET 2.0 console app that I'm testing with.
static void Main(string args)
Aspose.Words.License license = new Aspose.Words.License();
doc = new Aspose.Words.Document();
Aspose.Words.DocumentBuilder builder = new Aspose.Words.DocumentBuilder(doc);
builder.Write("this is a test.");
builder.Write("page 2 test.");
If I change the license file name, it throws a different exception saying that it can't find the file. I believe I have this working correctly.
Any help or pointers is greatly appretiated.