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This library (unipdf) has a dual license, a commercial one suitable for closed source projects and an
AGPL license that can be used in open source software.
Depending on your needs, you must choose one of them and follow its policies. A detail of the policies
and agreements for each license type are available in the [LICENSE.COMMERCIAL](LICENSE.COMMERCIAL)
and [LICENSE.AGPL](LICENSE.AGPL) files.
In brief, purchasing a license is mandatory as soon as you develop activities
distributing the unipdf software inside your product or deploying it on a network
without disclosing the source code of your own applications under the AGPL license.
These activities include:
* offering services as an application service provider or over-network application programming interface (API)
* creating/manipulating documents for users in a web/server/cloud application
* shipping unipdf with a closed source product
Please see [pricing](https://unidoc.io/unipdf/#unipdf-pricing) to purchase a commercial license or contact sales at sales@unidoc.io
for more info.
## Getting Rid of the Watermark - Get a License
Out of the box - unipdf is unlicensed and outputs a watermark on all pages, perfect for prototyping.
To use unipdf in your projects, you need to get a license.
Get your license on [https://unidoc.io](https://unidoc.io).
The easiest way to load your license is through environment variables, for example:
```bash
export UNIPDF_CUSTOMER_NAME=UniDoc
export UNIPDF_LICENSE_PATH=/path/to/licenses/UniDoc.txt
```
Alternatively you can load the license in code, simply do:
```go
licenseKey := "... your license here ..."
customerName := `name of license holder`
err := license.SetLicenseKey(licenseKey, customerName)
if err != nil {
fmt.Printf("Error loading license: %v\n", err)
os.Exit(1)
}
```
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