From the documentation:
For the licensing mechanism to run properly, your browser needs to accept cookies. Otherwise, Oxygen XML Web Author will not be loaded.
I researched oXygen Web Author communication with License Server and found that it automatically generates "_uid" cookie which will be used by the license server for managing client(browser) licenses.
But we have non-standard behavior in different browsers(always with allowed cookies), we have a new "_uid" in each request to the license server.
So, after a few minutes of 1 user work - there are 10 used licenses and about 100 rejected requests...
In the documentation https://www.oxygenxml.com/doc/versions/20.1.0/ug-webauthor/topics/webapp_licensing.html says:
While no personal information is sent to the server, a cookie that identifies the user is auto-generated.
What does it mean:
? Maybe we can avoid using cookies or there is another solution to this problem?personal information