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    Hi all, i have some doubts and I ask for help.

    1. Are Scriptcase applications generated compatible with shared hosting, or usually a Vps or dedicated is needed?

    2. If we buy 2 Scriptcase licenses, one of each on one different computer, we can share code via svn or git? (This is mainly due we can't work over a shared server due to mobility, and need a local installation on each laptop)

    3. It's possible, for example, to integrate with joomla? I mean, it's possible to implement security from external sources? Ex: my SC shows inside an Ifeames, and must checks if a joomla login was success with a cookie or something like this.

    4. Has SC some way to protect intellectual property of the applications generated? (Avoid coopying, licenses, and so on..)

    Regards.
    /Giuseppe

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  • #2
    Hello.
    Question 1: Software generated with scriptcase are compatible with shared hosting.
    Question 2: it's depend on the license you will going to purchase.
    Question 3: Yes but you have to do a hard job to accomplish this.
    Question 4: I haven't seen any protection module or anything similar, but hope if that possible.
    Last edited by iiiax; 03-26-2014, 09:16 PM.
    Scriptcase V8.1 Enterprise Edition.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by iiiax View Post
      Question 2: it's depend on the license you will going to purchase.
      I thought on proffesional. I see enterprise allows concurrent developers, but it's not our case, we will work individually on each computer with our own local installation,and send to other the changes (export, git, don't know the best way)
      /Giuseppe

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      • #4
        2: You can export your projects and upload then via git/svn. But be aware that the export is not so that you get a source code that you can edit. So the usual diff is not usefull. But storing your exported projects in a git/svn or just somewhere on disk should work fine. You can from there always download it again and simply import it again.
        3: with a cookie this is fairly easy, just create a cookie with some encryption on it coupled to the ip number (this is what I would do). Remember the cookie lifetime tho.. You could simply make a string for example containing USERNAME|IP-NUMBER|LOGINTIME and encrypt it using some custom encryption. Then in scriptcase on your login page grab the cookie decode it and make your own code to bypass the login. That shouldnt be all that hard, more liek basic php.
        4: not that I know of either. Lots of the stuff generated is adapted or original open source. Which is a good thing. You'd have to read the license agreements for that.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by rr View Post
          2: You can export your projects and upload then via git/svn. But be aware that the export is not so that you get a source code that you can edit. So the usual diff is not usefull. But storing your exported projects in a git/svn or just somewhere on disk should work fine. You can from there always download it again and simply import it again.
          I will explain a little more. We are always on mobility. From one place to another.not always is possible to have internet access. For this reason we need to have local installations, but, obviously, we work on common projects. What I thought is, wich way is better to share code between us. Change git for dropbox for example. My idea (don't know if possible) is...in project InvoiceManagement I change/add some applications. Then I export and upload, and notify to other this. Second developer download export and import this changes to his local project to update it. He did the same with his changes, and I apply to my local installation. We will not work over the same applications, but the same project. If this is not possible, maybe over different projects and then merge it (don't know if possible either).

          Probably work over a common Scriptcase enterprise installation is the best way to go (and cheaper) but it's not possible because as I mentioned, not always we have internet access, but obviously, we need to continue working. Later, when we centralize our HQ probably will update to enterprise, but right now this way to work it's the best for our needs.
          /Giuseppe

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          • #6
            I see no reason why the way you mentioned (via dropbox or whatever) isnt possible.. Import/export works fine. Just regenerate afterwards...

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            • #7
              Originally posted by rr View Post
              I see no reason why the way you mentioned (via dropbox or whatever) isnt possible.. Import/export works fine. Just regenerate afterwards...
              But it's possible to import just some apps? or a complete import of the project is do it?
              /Giuseppe

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              • #8
                You can export one application yes. If you open your project you see all applications in it. You click the checkboxes of which you want to export and then you can export them. Export isnt the same as deploy that is for putting it on your production server. And you can import them via the Import Applications from the menu.. Its relatively simple..

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by rr View Post
                  You can export one application yes. If you open your project you see all applications in it. You click the checkboxes of which you want to export and then you can export them. Export isnt the same as deploy that is for putting it on your production server. And you can import them via the Import Applications from the menu.. Its relatively simple..
                  Sounds great. Thanks for your time. I asked for extend my trial license, I didn't tried on time due to lack of time, and buy it.

                  Thanks.
                  /Giuseppe

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