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Do we need a TRIM Developer license?

We are creating a TRIM development environment on the same domain and network with our production environment. When we used the same TRIM license key we used to install the production environment, the development environment automatically connected itself to Production. Beside the domain and network, development and production environments share nothing else; separate databases, separate instances,and so on.


What should we do to prevent the two environment to interact?





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EWillsey Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: Do we need a TRIM Developer license?

Are you using different servers (I'm assuming so)?  If so, just go into the TRIM Enterprise Studio on each server and remove the other server.


Personally I always setup systems such that the non-production environments do not use the TRIMServices domain account.  This way when you do restores from production into the dev/qa environments, they can never accidentally touch production document stores.  But this does mean you need to do a few extra steps when moving between the environments.

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Re: Do we need a TRIM Developer license?

These two knowledgebase articles are worth a read:


http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM740297 - Copying a TRIM Context Production dataset for Training or other purposes


http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM762551 - Step by Step Guide to Copying a Production Dataset to a Secondary Environment


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