A quick introduction to the basics of Serial Key Manager platform
In Serial Key Manager, there are two key concepts: a key and a product (a set of keys).
A Key is a 20 letters long string, for example, MUYVD-LSEBY-CXHRQ-XFAGY which stores information about the current license. That is, the key tells the software what kind of features should be enabled, whether there is a time restriction (the number of days that the software can be used) or a quota for doing something. These are just some of the examples of what a key can do.
A Product is a way to organize your keys. Your software can be associated with one product, for example. All keys in a product share the same generation password, which can be used with SKGL API.
Before you move on, let's try to create a new product with one key.
Done! You've now created your first product!
In order to create a new key:
Done! You've now created your first key!
In this article, we've looked at the two major concepts: a Product and a Key. We saw that a product is a way to organize your keys for your software, and that keys contain information that can be interpreted by your software during key validation. We also so how a product with one key could be created. Next, we're going to look more in detail at the information stored in a key!Copyright © Artem Los. All rights reserved.