License Management  License Management

Licenses specify usage restrictions. For example, licenses affect how many data tables a user can create, how many rows can be imported, etc. Org licenses apply to all users, while user licenses are user-specific. Org licenses are cumulative: each added org license unlocks new capabilities for all users. User licenses however are restrictive: they impose usage restrictions overriding org licenses. Licenses are signed digitally, and can only be used by a specific organization or user. Here is an example of a organization license key. To purchase a license, click here.

Organization=MyOrg;Users=50;Fields=8;Rows=50000;FileSize=350000;Workspaces=2;Tables=4;Tasks=1:xpUHpYEGdZg6l4...CF7D9qcR7rk3UI=

SettingOrganization (String)

Specifies the name of the organization associated with the license.

  • Organization licenses can only be used by the purchasing organization.

SettingUserName (String)

Specifies the name of the user account associated with the license.

  • User licenses can only be used by the purchasing organization and for a specific user account.

SettingExpiration (Date)

Specifies the date at which the license will expire.

  • Expired licenses are considered void and ignored.

SettingUsers (Integer)

Specifies the number of users which can be registered.

  • This license setting is valid only for organization licenses (not user licenses).

SettingWorkspaces (Integer)

Specifies the number of workspaces which can be created by users.

  • Once the limit has been reached, new workspaces cannot be created (delete existing ones).

SettingTables (Integer)

Specifies the number of tables (data sets) which can be created by users.

  • Once the limit has been reached, new tables cannot be created (delete existing ones).

SettingRows (Integer)

Specifies the number of rows which can be imported for each table (data set).

  • Once the limit has been reached, subsequent rows are skipped.

SettingFields (Integer)

Specifies the number of fields which can be imported for each table (data set).

  • Once the limit has been reached, subsequent fields are skipped.

SettingFileSize (Integer)

Specifies the number of bytes which can be imported for each table (data set).

  • If the limit has been reached, the upload is aborted (check file size before import).

SettingTasks (Integer)

Specifies the number of concurrent tasks which can be executed by users.

  • If the limit has been reached, the task start action is aborted (wait for other tasks to complete).

SettingPriority (Integer)

Specifies the priority at which tasks created by users execute.

  • Users with a higher priority will see their tasks scheduled and executed ahead of those with a lower priority.