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On the site it says Freeware on Chilkat upload component, but when downloading it’s a 30 day trial. Will the upload work even if the rest doesn’t after 30 days?

asked Oct 22 '12 at 17:03

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Yes, the Chilkat Upload component (i.e. the CkUpload C++ class, the CkoUpload Objective-C class, the Chilkat.Upload .NET class, etc. ) is freeware. Except for the individual ActiveX downloads, the Chilkat downloads contain a mixture of both freeware and commercial classes. The freeware classes are marked in the reference documentation (such as here: http://www.chilkatsoft.com/refdoc/csharp.asp ) with a green colored "(F)". Many of the freeware classes are supporting classes used by multiple non-freeware classes (such as Chilkat.Cert). The freeware classes do not need to be unlocked, nor do they expire.

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answered Oct 22 '12 at 17:06

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Is that mean for example in ActiveX version, JSON object can be used in commercial application without commercial license ?

I want to ask if you can add some remark/descripion about Freeweare to this followed URL document: https://www.chilkatsoft.com/licensingExplained.asp

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answered Nov 10 at 05:48

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edited Nov 10 at 05:51

Yes, that is correct. The JsonObject and JsonArray are freeware classes and may be used in commercial applications without the need to purchase.

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answered Nov 10 at 08:02

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Thanks for answer.

Best regards, mLipok

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answered Nov 10 at 08:23

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