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What is the Contensive Library?
The library provides a simple set of dotnet objects for authentication, state management and hardware abstraction.. We have used it everyday in many project, letting us reuse a code base built on Windows, the dotnet languages and namespace and the Amazon AWS scalable services.
This open source project and documentation was originally intended for our employees, clients, partners and friends. We thank everyone for their contributions over the years and welcome this new step allowing you to fork, clone and contribute directly.
This documentation is focused on version 5.0 and above. Version 5.0 is functionally compatible. Earlier versions use different installation and maintenant instructions.
How do I get started?
There are several scenarios with slightly different requirements. We have focused documentation primary on these three use cases.
Where do I get it?
To add Contensive references to your Visual Studio project, use NuGet.
The command line server manager tool and supporting utilities are available on clib.io/downloads.
The source code is available on GitHub.
For older projects, download and install version 4.1. The developer API documentation and the user documentation are the same. The primary differences are the server implementation strategy (from DCOM to dotnet), deprecating COM addons, and moving to an open source model.
How can I get help?
Contensive customers can always contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in a person to help, please contact email@example.com for support agreement details.
For support as an site manager on the administration site, editing records, managing people, email, etc, please take a look at user sections in our Wiki.
If you found a bug, please search and contribute to the Github issue log.
To use the Contensive Library (clib) in Visual Studio, add the NuGet Module
To manage an application on the server, download and install the Server Manager