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IPboard in localhost for testing

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Can i install ipboard in my local server to for testing purpose?

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I believe you can if you have a licence.

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Yes. You are allowed on live site and one test site.

For the local server append "-TESTINSTALL" (without the quotes) to your license key.

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[quote name='Don3' timestamp='1334397405' post='2254322']
Can i install ipboard in my local server to for testing purpose?

With each IP.Board license, you are entitled to one live and one test/development install. The test/development install can be on a localhost or a publicly accessible server, just that it cannot act or be used as a second community.

Here is information for using a license key on the test install.
http://community.invisionpower.com/topic/339101-license-key-warning-on-localhost/page__st__20#entry2122066

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Yes you can. If you want to install your board on an online server, make sure your community will be closed for public.

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[quote name='Don3' timestamp='1334397405' post='2254322']
Can i install ipboard in my local server to for testing purpose?

Yes... that is where I develop.

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The same for me, I do about 75% of my testing / work locally.

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Thank you all !!

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[quote name='Jean' timestamp='1334398514' post='2254330']Yes you can. If you want to install your board on an online server, make sure your community will be closed for public.
That's actually not necessary. The main requirement is that the test/development install isn't used as and doesn't become a second community. It helps to have it protected from the public, but it's not a requirement.

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In a test environment, how can you test some of the features that require a Licence Key, if you are already using the License Key in your production environment?

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Most features requiring a license key cannot be tested in a test-environment.

However, there is a test version of your license key which you can add.

http://community.invisionpower.com/resources/documentation/index.html/_/developer-resources/miscellaneous-articles/development-site-license-key-r674

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