Per Nergård
Oct 4, 2015
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Monitor when the EPiServer license expires

In CMS 6 there was a function in  Admin mode where you could add an email address to wich a notification was sent if the license was about to expire. This functionality seems to have been lost from version 7. Atleast I haven't found it.

In this old blog post I did a scheduled job for CMS5 that did the same thing.

The CMS 5 version did not work when I tried to compile it in CMS 9 so I created a new version wich you can get over at Gist.

All parameters are in constants at the top of the job. If you wan't to create a more user friendly way of sending parameters to a scheduled job have a look at Mathias Kuntos blog post.

Oct 04, 2015

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