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Using the Zentitle2 UI
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End User Portal Setup
Managing Customers Licenses/Entitlements
Change the offering (upgrade/downgrade)
Entitlements with overrides/changes
Renewing an entitlement
Resetting the consumption token count
Entitlements in overdraft state
Account Based Licensing
End User Portal
Licensing & Management APIs
The Licensing Client (.NET)
The Zentitle2Core Library (C++)
Virtual Machine Control
No-code Test Application
No-code SaaS Example
Single Tenant Option
IoT and hardware licensing
Overuse tracking (overdrafts)
For Product Managers
About Nalpeiron, since 2005
Example product hierarchy
In this section, we describe the "business model" part of the process, where you define your various options and attach those to entitlements ready for you to sell to your customers.
The Zentitle hierarchy for your use of the platform uses these concepts:
These should map to your way of marketing and selling your "products," be they a SaaS service, hardware, or on-premise software.
The basic starting point is a simple "product" with associated "entitlements" provided to the customer.
Where you have a more complex sales model, all the other options come into play.
Using the Zentitle concepts
Everything starts with adding a "Product" and then flows from there.
a specific order of events
to get things set up correctly.
Setup Entitlements (and activation codes)
Once you have added a "
," you will have the option in that process to create "
" for that product as required. A default "edition" is provided. You need at least one edition.
" can be created independently of the products. Several example plans are provided.
Then, you can use the defined products, editions, and plans to create "
Offerings require that you have already set up products, editions, and plans.
Once you have the above setup, you can create "
" based on the "products" and "offerings." If required, you can add "
" to an offering for distribution to your customers.
You must have set both a product and an offering in order to create an entitlement.
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