Umbraco Forms is a commercial product. You have a 14-day free trial to try out the product. After your trial expires, you'll need to have a valid license to keep using the product on your site.
Licenses are sold per domain and will also work on all subdomains. With every license, you will be able to configure two development/testing domains.
The licenses are not bound to a specific product version. They will work for all versions of the related product.
Let's say that you have a license configured for your domain,
mysite.com, and you've configured two development domains,
The license will cover the following domains:
You can have only 1 license per Umbraco installation.
There are a few differences as to what the licenses cover:
- A single license covers the installation of Umbraco Forms in 1 production domain, as well as in 2 development domains.
- The production domain includes all subdomains (e.g.
*.mysite.com), as well as the
- The development domains work with or without the
- The license allows for an unlimited number of forms.
- The license also includes
localhostas a valid domain.
If you have multiple domains pointing at the same installation, you have the option to purchase and add additional domains to your license.
Additional domains can be purchased from your account on Umbraco.com. Each additional domain includes 1 live domain and 2 development/testing domains.
This is an add-on domain for existing licenses. Refunds will not be given for this product.
When you've bought a license you need to configure it with your domains. You can either configure your license right away or you can do it later by visiting your account on Umbraco.com.
Once you've configured your license with the correct domains, you are ready to install the license on your Umbraco installation.
- 1.Download your license from your Umbraco.com account - this will give you a
- 2.Place the file in the
/umbraco/Licensesdirectory in your Umbraco installation
.licfile must be placed in the
/umbraco/Licensesdirectory to be registered by Umbraco Forms. If the file isn't placed correctly, the application will automatically switch to trial mode.
If you can't include the license file in the
/umbraco/Licensesdirectory for any reason, it is possible to configure an alternative location for the file.
It can be configured in the Umbraco installation's
appSettings.jsonfile by adding the following appSetting. The value contains the path of your custom license directory relative to the root of your Umbraco installation.
This will also change the location for other Umbraco-related licenses in this project.