Licensing Editor

Before license activation, the license management editor should be opened. It should open automatically when you open an OpenAPI file (with extension .json or .yaml) with the Remain API Studio. Otherwise, click the settings button at the bottom right of the editor.

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Setting Network Proxy

If you're using a network proxy, please set it in the license management editor before activating it.

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Activate Trial License

To activate a free trial, check the I'd like to try Remain API Studio for free option, accept the TOS and Privacy Policy, then click the Activate button. You're all done!

Please configure (as shown above) the network proxy settings if you're using one.

(To get automatically prompted by the licensing editor below for the very first time, open your JSON or YAML file with Remain API Studio)

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Activate Commercial License

To activate a commercial license, copy the license key and check the option: I have a commercial license. Now, the license key fields automatically fill in (otherwise, click on the first input field of the license key, then paste it). Accept the TOS and Privacy Policy, then click the Activate button. You're all done!

Please configure (as shown above) the network proxy settings if you're using one.

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Buy a License

To buy a license, we offer many secure payment methods. Please follow this link:

Having issues buying a license?

Please contact us at:

+31 (0) 30-6005010

USA: +1 757 550 1560

Alternatively, the Buy a license button in the license management editor leads to the same webpage.

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Manage Floating Commercial License Seats

A floating commercial license comes with a limited number of seats. Each seat entitles you to run a Remain API Studio instance. If you run out of seats then an already activated license seat can be used on some other machine by deactivating it then activating it on that other machine!

First, go to the Settings/License Management editor.

Deactivate your Seat

To deactivate your active seat click the link: Free this license seat by deactivating it. The license status on the top right of this editor will show Deactivated upon successful action.

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Activate your Seat

To reactivate this same instance, or activate another Remain API Studio instance using this freed-up seat, click the Activate button.

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Manage All Seats

If your license is a floating one, you can view all seats on all machines/computers using this license. This way, you can manage them by de/activating the seats you want. To do so, click the Manage license seats link beside the seats count label.

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The very first time, you'll be prompted to enter your license Seats Manager Access Token.

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Enter the seats manager access token (you can find it in the license purchase confirmation email). You can't find it. No problem! Just click the link Please send me this access token at the bottom of the wizard. An email with this license seats manager access token will be sent to the buyer of this license.

Once you enter the access token, click Finish. If the authentication succeeds, you'll be shown the overview where you can manage your license seats. Enjoy!

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To activate a seat, just check the checkbox beside the seat user you want. Or, uncheck it to deactivate it.

To go back to the main license info page, click the link Back to license info at the top left of this overview page.

Cancel License Subscription

Open the license management editor by clicking the settings button.

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At the bottom right, click the link Cancel Subscription. You'll be prompted with a confirmation dialog. An email will be sent to the license buyer containing further instructions on license cancellation.

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