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  • Simon Napper 50 posts 159 karma points
    Jul 14, 2020 @ 11:16
    Simon Napper
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    Hi Nathan,

    Just been evaluating Plumber and it looks great! It's something that we might use in the future, but just wanted to check on licencing. I noticed that you get full functionality when using localhost, but is there a way to do this on a staging site? Some of our clients prefer to add content on staging before pushing to live and often use a different URL, is there a way to add a second?

    On the licencing front, clicked on the "Purchase Now" button on https://thisredwolf.com/plumber however nothing happens? Is this the correct place to buy a licence?

    Thanks.

  • Nathan Woulfe 410 posts 1529 karma points MVP 3x c-trib
    Jul 14, 2020 @ 22:20
    Nathan Woulfe
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    Hi Simon

    All new installs default to a trial license, which limits some of the more advanced features. For small-midsize sites, it would be fine. The paid license removes those restrictions for the licensed domain and any subdomains - there's no restriction on the front-end site, so you could run a multi-site Umbraco instance with one Plumber license (effectively you're licensing the backoffice domain).

    On localhost, with a test license, you can trial all the features, but to move onto a production domain you'll either revert to the trial license, or purchase the full license for all features.

    For your example, you'd want to license the staging domain, at the root level - ie staging.mydomain.com would be covered by licensing mydomain.com. If you then decided to serve content from staging.mydomain.com to my-new-domain.com, the original license would still be valid.

    Dead licensing link was my fault - hadn't added the domain in Stripe. Should be all good now.

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