Can I install trial above free version ?

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    LEPINE avatar
    4 posts
    Member since:
    Mar 2011

    Posted 27 Mar 2011 Link to this post

    I just installed the free version. If I want to install the trial, must I reinstall everything and will I do so in the same directory ?

    What happens at expiration ? Will my community edition continue to work ?

    In general I don't like to install trial I prefer a free edition that is limited but I find your community really too limited like only one project, this doesn't really incite me to go on. I think at least 3 projects would be more usefull for evaluation. 

    I also don't like to test beta version. Is it a beta version because it seems not very polished (except the graphical design which is good): saving is very slow, some buttons not working (I click on documentation for example nothing occurs).
  2. Jordan
    Jordan avatar
    123 posts

    Posted 29 Mar 2011 Link to this post

    Hello LEPINE,

    I'm glad that you like the design of the application. The community and the standard/trial version use the same database. You can uninstall the community and install the trial version. On uninstall we keep the database so when you install again all data will be there.

    We limit community version to one project but you can use iterations tree to group your stories. And you can always install community version of TeamPulse on multiple machines.

    We released only a SP that should fix some bugs not introducing new one :-). Our beta is only online and we don't provide installer for it.

    We constantly try to improve the performance and memory consumption. We also add a lot of new features that can cause some inconsistency in the UI that we are going to address in the next release.

    About the links that doesn't work. It is because that we open them in a new window but most of the browsers have the popup blocker that stops them. We are looking at it. For now you can create an exception in the popup blocker for teampulse.

    All the best,
    the Telerik team
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