Extends Commerce License with the ability to sell access to files.
The user buys a product and gets access to all files attached to that product's commerce_file field.
Adding new files to the commerce_file field (a new software version, for instance) makes them immediately available to all users who have an active license.
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- The "License completion message" checkout pane allows the customer to download the newly licensed files even if he is not logged in.
- Licensed files can be downloaded or streamed from the user's Files tab.
- File licenses can be time limited, and are automatically expired (by cron) once that time passes.
- The number of downloads / streams can be limited. Once the limit is reached, the file is listed, but can't be accessed.
- Integrates with Amazon S3, allowing licensed files to be retrieved directly from Amazon, using a secret and temporary URL.
See the documentation page for information on getting started and a comparison with the legacy commerce_file 1.x branch.
Important: There is no upgrade path from 1.x to 2.x. See.
Contributed Modules Providing Additional Functionality
- File Field Paths - Provides token support for the upload directory name and file name
- File Field Sources - Provides the ability to reference existing files on the site.
Commerce Guys Marketplace
This module is designed for use with Drupal Commerce, and is maintained by Commerce Guys.
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- Maintenance status: Actively maintained
- Development status: Under active development
- Module categories: Commerce/Advertising, Content Access Control, E-commerce, Fields, File Management, Security
- Reported installs: 1,800 sites currently report using this module. View usage statistics.
- Downloads: 19,055
- Last modified: December 2, 2014