All the information you need on licensing is in the developers guide.
If you have copied the code from the SmartconnectorSamples repo your "error" is probably in WeatherProcessorBase
#if DEBUG public override bool IsLicensed => false; #endif // Either uncomment or add the license file from GitHub to your local SmartConnector runtime. //#region IsLicensed - Override //public override bool IsLicensed => false; //#endregion
If you want the processor to be unlicensed in release builds you need to remove the #if and #endif.
i have added the license from GitHub to the SmartConnector portal but i am still see the "No license found" line
Again, all the info you need is in the developers guide document under licensing. Furthermore, I've provided two different ways you can move forward, and you choose a third way that does not work. I can't help you that way.
In your case for testing you should disable the license in your code as Armend suggested, but if you realy want to add a license to your assembly please watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FfPdVwgn00&feature=emb_logo
i have delete the override end rebuild but i can not find .lic file on SmartConnectorWeatherExtension>bin>debug
Just make sure your code is like this, then you don't need a license..
#region IsLicensed - Override
public override bool IsLicensed => false;
I have done all the steps in the video but I still get the error
Did you copied the public key from the portal back into your AssemblyInfo.cs as explained in the video (somewhere around 10:00 to 10:20), compiled a new .dll and copied the new .dll to the SC installation folder?
But for my understanding, why don't you just disable the license to get this demo up and running, what is the purpose of embedding the license feature in this trial demo?