Accusoft has a command line utility that can be downloaded here:
Please note: The IMJ Utility is not compatible with modern OS’s(i.e. Windows 7 and later) and downloading and using it is entirely at your own risk.
Some of the Accusoft toolkits expect the parameters of the SetSolutionKey function to be signed numeric values. When you purchase a deployment license from Accusoft, it is returned in the default form as hexadecimal numbers. When using these directly as the parameters of the SetSolutionKey method in .NET (C#, for example), these values may be seen as unsigned integers. To address this, convert the number to a signed integer, in the manner of the following:
In the line above, the Convert.ToInt32 function is enacted to have the hexadecimal value represented as a signed, 32-bit integer.
The component help files provide How To level help for this.
The License Manager which ships with the ImageGear Silverlight product does not create a hardware-encoded URL for disconnected registrations. Consequently, disconnected registration is less straightforward with the Silverlight products than it is with the other products.
If you need to send us an attachment that contains an EXE or DLL or any scripting file formats, we can no longer accept these file formats in ZIP files. Please provide your attachment in the RAR format.
Yes. An application using an Accusoft control can use multiple controls running in the same process, where they don't interfere with each other. The thread creating the control owns the control and is the only thread that can interact with it.
The latest available build number for all components is listed on the Latest Builds page.