Can Runtime .NET use existing ArcGIS License?

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02-12-2016 07:50 PM
JosephSaltenberger
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Can an ArcGIS Runtime .NET application use existing concurrent or single use licenses, similar to ArcEngine?

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JosephSaltenberger
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I've gone through the documentation. I assume the answer to my question is No, since they are using different technologies, but I'll ask again with some additional detail:

Can an ArcGIS Runtime .NET application use existing concurrent or single use licenses, similar to ArcEngine? For example, if I deploy a runtime application to a user that has ArcGIS for Dekstop installed on their machine, can they use the application without additional costs incurring?

Thanks.

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YueWu1
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Hi Joseph,

You need register a developer account for the first step. Here is the documentation about License your app—ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET | ArcGIS for Developers

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JosephSaltenberger
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I've gone through the documentation. I assume the answer to my question is No, since they are using different technologies, but I'll ask again with some additional detail:

Can an ArcGIS Runtime .NET application use existing concurrent or single use licenses, similar to ArcEngine? For example, if I deploy a runtime application to a user that has ArcGIS for Dekstop installed on their machine, can they use the application without additional costs incurring?

Thanks.

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EricBader
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Hi Joseph,

You're hunch is correct. No, there isn't concurrent licensing for Runtime apps, nor is there a way to leverage your Desktop license like you were able to do with Engine. As you correctly stated, these are different products and technologies.

Great question. Thanks.

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