EasyCatalog uses online product activation to validate the serial numbers you have purchased. To activate EasyCatalog: Launch Adobe InDesign If you have unregistered modules, the “About EasyCatalog” dialog will automatically appear once InDesign has finished launching. For each of the serial numbers you received in your order confirmation email: Click the “Activate” button at the […]
Occasionally it may be necessary to remove EasyCatalog’s licensing information from your installation. Once complete, EasyCatalog will need to be re-activated on this machine. EasyCatalog stores your license information in one or both of the following locations: Macintosh Inside of the InDesign Package Quit InDesign Right click on the InDesign application icon and use the […]
The latest Mavericks update has changed some system file permissions that can sometimes cause a -2003 error when activating the software. This affects the Macintosh version of EasyCatalog only, and the latest version that is now available from our downloads page should fix this issue. After installation re-enter your existing license codes to activate.
Windows Only On Windows 64bit versions of Server you’ll need to register a DLL to activate the software. The installer from the link below will install and register the required component: Download Server Registration Component Registering EasyCatalog Server Serial license To register a license, call the register method on the easycatalogObject:
myEC = app.easycatalogObject;
If any unregistered modules are installed, the dialog box will appear when launching InDesign. To prevent this, re-run the installer and select only the modules you have license codes for.
The eSellerate engine communicates between EasyCatalog and the activation servers…
This error is displayed when a serial number that is trying to be activated, has no activations left…
Activation failed because an error occurred. Please contact…
Activations can be transferred using EasyCatalog with the following steps…
This problem is being caused by Vista’s permissions model, called UAC…