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Maintenance period has expired

d farr Nov 13, 2011

I have a commercial license for Clover, but this morning in IntelliJ I got Maintenance period has expired.

I really don't need maintenance, but I do need Clover. Why has my license expired? Is Clover only linked to maintence periods?

Can I run Clover without a maintence license?

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Michael Studman Atlassian Team Nov 14, 2011

You can run versions of Clover with a build date before your maintenance license expired but you can't run versions built after maintenance expiry.

Have you upgraded Clover recently? If not (and if this message just started appearing) then best get in touch with support.atlassian.com

d farr Nov 29, 2011

I have upgraded, and tried to rollback and still no joy. I've little time to mess with this right now, I'll revisit again some time.

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