01-28-2010 01:24 PM
That past point was something I didn't think of. I was under the impression that App World would register new keys when a user logged onto App World with the credentials of a user that had previously purchased the application.
04-14-2010 12:37 PM
Trying not to annoy you with a shameless plug, but if you use licmax.com for your dynamic license server, you get the UI for transferring licenses, and there is also an http protocol for fetching the license from the server, so the user doesn't have to type it in themselves.
04-20-2010 07:37 PM
Clearly I am lacking in the development department! I didn't even think of this as part of something to implement into my application.
I will definitely consider doing something along these lines in the future.
Thanks for the heads up,
04-25-2010 10:29 PM
I use Google App Engine to design my Dynamic Licensing back end. My reasons for selecting it:
1. It's free to start with and if you have a huge volume, then you can switch to a pay as you go option
2. You can develop in Java. Thus if you can write a key generation routine in Java and easily port it to the BlackBerry handheld. Less code written.
I have provided some very simple code on how to implement Dynamic Licensing in this post.