Runtime extension license information. More...
|Import Statement:||import Esri.ArcGISRuntime 100.9|
Note: You cannot declare or create a component of this type in QML code.
To get access to extension licensed functionality you need to supply extension licenses at app startup. A Runtime license must always be provided as well in order to unlock the extensions.
A list of extension licenses can be obtained from the ArcGISRuntimeEnvironment.license property and iterating through the License's extensions. These are the extensions that are available for use within the app. All extensions are available when licensed at the developer level even through the list of extensions may be empty.
See also License.
Returns the extension license expiry date (read-only).
This property represents either the expiry date of a license set with a license key or the portal subscription expiry.
The extension license status for the extensions available to the app (read-only).
Usually this status returns Valid because the current License object always contains extensions that were validated when supplied.
The extension license status: Invalid, Expired, LoginRequired, or Valid.
See also Enums.LicenseStatus.
The extension license name (read-only).
This is typically the name found in the license key string for the extension.
true if the extension license expiry is perpetual (read-only).
This is common amongst license keys.