Getting Error :the evaluation period has expired
Question asked by atul rajaram phaatk - February 8 at 3:14 AM
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I am new for GhostDoc, and I've tried GhostDoc enterprise trail version on my local machine to ensure that it meets my requirements (I have downloaded just two days before). Currently I'm using bamboo as build server. So I thought I just have to install/configure GhostDoc under the bamboo in order to use the command line version to build the documentation. For that I have place all the GhostDoc supporting files in bit-bucket repository and execute the below command by calling the same repository. Unfortunately this does not work. The console output always tells me that the evaluation period has expired: 
Script: 
cd ${bamboo.build.working.directory}\GhostDoc
SubMain.GhostDoc.Cmd.exe /solution:"${bamboo.build.working.directory}\Sample\Sample.sln" /helpConfiguration:"HelpFile" /projectconfiguration:"Release"
Error details - * Evaluation period has expired.
Please help me on this. Once creation of help doc will successful, then I am planning to go with licences version.

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Hi Atul,
 
You need to activate the trial license using the command line tool - https://support.submain.com/kb/a50/ghostdoc-enterprise-silent-registration-command-line-parameters.aspx
 
It is important that you run the tool above as an Admin.
 
If you don't know where to find your trial license, please email us at support at submain dot com and we will provide you with a new one.
 
Thanks!
Serge Baranovsky
SubMain Software
(800) 936-2134

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