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Posted by sean.whyment  · 10-10-2017 - 04:57

Your documentation says the TRIAL version is fully functional.

However, when I try to use the MultiMerge() class, I find it is not present.

In my licenced version, the MultiMerge() class is clearly present.

(As my test server is on a different domain, I cannot use my licenced version on the Test server.)

So my question is - Am I missing something?  Or is the TRIAL version not fully functional?

 

Regards

Sean.

Edit:

I just noticed the following on your documentation about the Trial version;

Its purpose is exclusively to test the functionality of phpdocx Basic. 

My mistake.

But this does make testing more difficult, than it needs to be.

Couldn't you provide a Trial version with all the functionality?

Regards

Sean

Posted by admin  · 10-10-2017 - 06:27

Hello,

The trial package is based on the Basic package. You can read about it on the download package:

https://www.phpdocx.com/download_trial

The same license allows to use the library on the purchased subdomain (Basic), domain and its subdomains (Advanced and Premium) or IP (Premium), localhost and private networks (classes A, B and C.

If your test server uses a public IP or domain, as you are using an Advanced license we recommend you to use a test subdomain of the purchased domain.

Regards.