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How do I limit program to 30 days?


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  • 5 months later...

Here is an outline.


Make a table (Let's call it "Timeout") that contains a date field. Make this table only accessible to you the developer. Create one record.

In a script check the value of the the date field in the first record of Timeout. If it is empty, set the value to the current date. If it is not empty check to see if 30 days have elapsed. If thirty days have elapsed, put up a custom dialog that tells the user why the program is about to suddenly quit. Quit using the Exit Application script step.

Set this script to run with full privileges.

Set this script to run when opening the file.

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How do I limit the program to only 30 days use before it won't open again.?

Thank you so very much for that. from what you said I have to create about 4 to 5 scripts and that should do it..

If I can ever help you out let me know.. Thanks again NormanE

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