2. For .NET applications:
a) add to your application a reference to: QlmLicenseLib.dll
a) add to your application a reference to: QlmControls.dll
2. For non .NET applications, you will need to register the QlmLicenseLib.dll using regasm. A batch file called register.bat is available in each sample folder to register the QlmLicenseLib.dll.
3. In your application, as soon as your application is started, call the ValidateLicenseAtStartup function (found in the LicenseValidator class that is generated by the wizard).
4. If the ValidateLicenseAtStartup function returns false, it means there is no valid license and you must prompt the user for a license.
5. If you are using the QLM .NET Control, display a form containing the QLM .NET Control to allow the user to register his license.
6. If you are not using the QLM .NET Control, launch the QLM License Wizard application (with the proper command line arguments).
7. Upon successful activation of the license, close the license form and display your application.
For more details about specific APIs, refer to the API reference found in the online help.
Several sample applications are included in the Samples folder developed in VB6, VC6, VB.NET, C#, VC7, and Excel.