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Posted by isos  · 09-03-2014 - 14:06


I've got a question about my licence. I've got the 3.3 Pro+ version (an update to 3.6 must be canceled - the replaceTemplateVariableByHTML function makes a lot of trouble and the templates doen't work anymore)

Anyway. I do not want to develop on the licensed server. You write in your FAQ that it's possible to use the license on an developing enviroment. Well with localhost everything is okay. But how can I access from the PC next door? Trying access via the IP/site  doesn't work - Error with the license :-(


Posted by jorgelj  · 10-03-2014 - 09:43


The PRO and PRO+ license allows to use PHPDocX on localhost, private networks (classes A, B and C) and the chosen subdomain. And the corporate license for the subdomains too, and the enterprise version for a whole server.


Posted by cherbert  · 26-06-2014 - 12:52

There really needs to be a better solution to this. Some of us have development servers on public IP addresses and domain names. I really don't see why license holders can't be allowed to register one additional domain name for development purposes.

Posted by admin  · 26-06-2014 - 13:37

Hello, The license allows to use phpdocx on the purchased subdomain/domain/IP (based on the package), localhost and private networks (classes A, B and C). So it's enough flexible to use the library in almost all environments. And the corporate license allows to run the library on all the subdomains of a domain like:, Regards.

Posted by  · 20-11-2014 - 19:01

Hi, I just need a little clarification of the licence. You say it can be used on private networks. Well, I have a private network, and I set the DNS to point a private name to a local device on a 192.168 network, but we never use IP addresses, just the names setup in DNS. This won't cause a problem, will it? Or would that dev server need to be licensed in order to use phpdocx without the watermark?