There’s a quick mechanism to acquire a license from a plugin vendor’s website, see the license state and be notified via a banner when licenses are expiring.
It’s installed and run just like any other plugin. As soon as a plugin is installed, the PLM will indicate if it needs a license.
It doesn’t require an internet connection and will work behind the firewall.
PLM has been developed by Adaptavist with input from other plugin developers with the goal to produce a standard plugin licensing system for all Atlassian products.
Issues and User Questions have been archived in our read-only forums:
- License does not register as installed
- Automatic install license error
- PLM claims jar file is unsigned
- Plugin Licensing Manager Crashes Confluence
- The plugin has been installed but cannot be enabled
- Licensing Managers Fails after hostname change
- Activation fails
- Upload License fails
- isValid Server ID restriction failed
- License Manager is unable to show license
- Plugin fails to upgrade
- Plugins Deactivate After Update
- Could not load class com adaptavist plm plugin licensing details ServerId
- Plugin Licensing Manager causes confluence to fail to start
- Active adaptavist Survey plugin without Atlassian UPM
- Following Conf 4-2 Upgrade-License Service will be unavailable
- PLM Installer Plugin can not be enabled
- Server ID “null” on evaluation installations
- License for Licensing Manager?
- Plug In Manager not accepting non-trial version of essentials?
- License for different servers DEV and Prod
- PLM license missing a character
- Licensing Manager requires an internet connection?